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The last report that included the section of Sudbury that was to become part of the Town of Maynard in 1871. Two pages shown, one with the value of the Assabet Manufacturing Co. and the other page with the assessment of Amory and Lorenzo Maynard and…

Letterhead from the Assabet Manufacturing Co. with order to Sawyer Mills on obverse.

This picture was taken from Walnut St. before Walnut St. was relocated and the bridge built across the river in 1872. At the time of this photo Walnut St. ran from Main St. to Thompson St. After Walnut St. was relocated it was extended to Parker St.…

A receipt of goods shipped to H. H. Townsend, Union Depot (Manchester), New Hampshire from the Assabet Manufacturing Co. ( woolen mill) via the Marlboro Division of the Fitchburg Railroad. Amory Maynard at that that time was the Mill Agent.…

An artist's rendition of the Assabet Mills in 1895.

A series of copies of Assabet Mills/Maunfacturing Company memos written by Amory Maynard from the Counting Room, 1867-1872. These memos were written to Mr. Charles Sargent and addressed the need for various machinery activities.

This original key to the office of the Assabet Manufacturing Company was in the possession of Mr. Paul Wilson, who at one time was in charge of the water works.

These four employees are some of the many who worked in the weave room.
Left to Right: (front row) Wm. Smith and H.Maynard

(back row) Wm. Denniston and John Brayden

Photo taken at Holmes' studio.