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A Knights of Columbus sword that belonged to Joseph E. Boothroyd, Master, District #2, 1964. The head of the sword has an image of Christopher Columbus.

Inspired by seeing Knights of Columbus providing material and spiritual support in Europe during World War I, members of St. Bridget's church pushed for the creation of a Maynard council of this fraternal organization in 1920. Since then it was a…

Bound book of the twelve 1937 magazines published by the Knights of Columbus. Columbia Magazine New Haven, United States Publishing continuously since 1921, Columbia is the official magazine of the Knights of Columbus and offers articles of interest…

Mass. State Council Knights of Columbus Patriots Day Banquet at the Copley Plaza, Boston

Joseph is first on left at a meeting of the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council.

For several years we placed one of these on the grave of each deceased member of the Maynard Council. This tradition was discontinued about twenty years ago (c.1975). There are 2 in total.

The band is the Sheridan Orchestra, Frank Sheridan, Mgr. on the drums.

Head Table in front of orchestra, standing left to right:
Robert Sheridan, Mrs. Frank Sheridan, Vincent Sweeney, Mary Sweeney, Sylvester Sullivan, Mrs. Sullivan, ___?,…

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This Knights of Columbus uniform was worn by Paul Boothroyd of Maynard. The uniform included: formal jacket, 2 capes, 2 ties, 2 medals, a vest, white gloves, belt buckle and sash, badges, and ceremonial sword.

Photograph of the Annual Banquet and Ladies Night of the Knights of Columbus, Maynard Council No. 2121, presided by Bishop Wright on December 7, 1947

Bishop Wright would later become a Cardinal in the Catholic Church.

Photograph of the Annual Communion Breakfast of the Knights of Columbus, Maynard Council No. 2121, on November 11, 1945 with Archbishop Richard Cushing presiding.

Archbishop Cushing would later become a Cardinal in the Catholic Church.

Photograph of the Knights of Columbus Banquet on April 15, 1925