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A promotional flyer for an Open House at the Legion's home on Summer St. celebrating: 75th Anniversary of American Legion Post 235, 75th Anniversary American Legion Auxiliary Unit, 50th Anniversary of Girls State in Massachusetts, and the 50th…

A Meritorious Service and Loyal Cooperation Citation in honor of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Frank J. DeMars, American Legion Post 235.

Signed by Ruth C. Jones and Stewart J. Campbell

A certificate presented to the Auxiliary for their active participation in the Prisoners of War/Missing in Action Program.
Sign by Jean Lewandowski and Florence R. Fisher

A collection of letters, photos, newspaper articles and reports documenting the activities of the Frank J. DeMars Post for 1981 and 1982. Several pages shown

A history of the Leapin Lena from 1927 through 1996 documented by photos, newspaper articles and documents. Several pages shown

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Seated: PC Donald Marchant, Executive Board; PC J. Foster Toohey, Commander; Russell Rogers, JVC; PC Howard Schreiber, Executive Board

Standing: ___ Bolger, ___Sgt. -at- Arms; PC Alfred Dentino, Finance Officer; PC Robert Murray,…

Presentation of the 50 Year Award
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Seated: Past Commander James V. Sweeney, Past Commander Joseph P. Dineen

Standing: Daniel F. Connors, Commander Stewart T. Campbell, William A. Sweeney

Uniformed Legion members marching in a parade.
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Peter Hogan, Guy Ianuzzo, Swede Johnson, Joe Thomas

Selectman on left: Albert Alexanian

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Front (4) : Marjorie Iannuzzo, Frank Harmon, Milton Lashus, Guy Iannuzzo

Center (2): Robert Murray, Peter Hogan

Back (4): Walter Morrill, Stewart Campbell, Al Dentino, Donald Marchant

This trophy was won by Troop #4, Boy Scouts of America, at the American Legion Field Day, John A. Crowe Park, on July 4, 1926.

The outdoor poster advertised the annual carnival held at Crowe Park, sponsored by the American Legion

The carnival came annually to Crowe Park, sponsored by the American Legion.

Before entertainment was available at the push of a button, the arrival of a carnival or circus in town would bring a little bit of excitement to quiet town life.

Nancy Sealey photographed in an American Legion Auxiliary uniform.

The uniform (cape and hat) came out in the spring of 1927. Auxiliary members wore the uniform when they marched down the Champs-Elysees in the parade during the Legion's and…

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Front: Bob Audette, Bob Cobb, Stewart Campbell, Harold Carle
Back: Wes Hirons, Al Dentino, Ruth Jones, Joe Dineen, Bob Murray, T. D. Murphy

Group portrait titled "The First Dept. Banquet of the Dept. Mass. American Legion", Boston City Club, April 2, 1921

Some background on the title: the American Legion is divided into 50 "departments", one for each state. So this is the first…

Color photos of Memorial Day 2000. Standing in left of photo, l to r: Frank Ignachuck, Mike Gianotis, ___? Ed Mullin, ___?, Ann Marie Demarais

Servicemen and members of American Legion Post #235 parade down Waltham Street (from Summer Street) as part of a Veterans Day or Memorial Day parade.

A group of women, probably from the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary (and possibly other organizations), are part of a parade heading down Waltham Street from Summer Street.