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A "wallet/bookmark" card with a photograph of the Assabet Institute for Savings Bank on 17 Nason Street and a calendar for 1968 on the reverse side.

This shows the bank in its original form (1929). Extensions were made to the sides at a later…

This sign was on the front of the present bank building for several years until the time they started to be open on Saturdays. The Assabet Institution for Savings opened April 29, 1904, on the second floor of the Riverside Block , now Grubers. On…

Two silver, barrel-shaped banks from the Assabet Institution for Savings, Maynard, Mass.

One side is inscribed with: "Start with a coin, End with a barrel of money".

Assabet Institution for Savings, the first bank in Maynard, opened on April…

A savings account record of St. Bridget's Catholic Temperance & Benevolent Society, from 1914-1923, recorded by the Assabet Institution for Savings, Maynard.

The Assabet Institution for Savings gave away a ceramic 'apple bank' to customers who deposited $100 into their accounts in May 1977. There are 4 in this collection.

Four cancelled checks drawn on the Maynard Trust Company (now the Middlesex Bank) by Jorgin Larsen. They are dated 1921, 1922. These checks were written to Dr. C. D. Fletcher, W.A. Haynes, and Maynard Motor Company.