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Originally organized as the "Sovereigns of Industry" in 1875, it created a grocery store and cultural center that served the town for over 50 years as a cooperative.
An account of how motion pictures (movies) came to Maynard: from the silent picture shows of the early 1900s to the arrival of talking motion pictures in 1913 to multiple theaters in Maynard during the 1920s.
A series of seven (7) dance cards for the Gal-U-Met Club. All these dances were held at the Cooperative Hall, Maynard. Two orchestras provided the music: Brigham's Orchestra and Knowlton & Allen's Orchestra. The dates for the dances were: April 29,…
The helpers: Mrs. Joseph Reed, Mrs. Thomas Willis, Mrs. A. D. Russell, Mrs. James Lord, Miss Lizzie Cropper, Mrs. Geo. Cutting, Mrs. Sarah Mullen, Miss Margaret Little, Miss E. L. Peel, Mrs. Henry Brown, Miss Lizzie McCowen, Miss Lillian Clarke