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A packet of 5 color photos of the Centennial Parade, July 4, 1971. Posted is a photo of "Looking Down Main Street".

King Square Diner was located on Gruber property at 123 Main St. It was by the Bridge.

Next on the left is Gruber Bros.…

A set of snapshots taken of the restoration of the Masonic Block during the revitalization of the town.

Masonic Building located at 100 Main St.

A black and white photo of the Masonic Block in Maynard, MA., 100 Main St.

A view of the back of the Masonic building, located at 100 Main St.

1st photo: Taken around 1900. It shows the backside of the newly constructed Masonic Building, the apartments on River Street, the back of the Congregational Church, and in the foreground the river and Walnut Street bridge.

2nd photo: Taken in…

Cornelius Lynch, a former state representative, purchased the business of a Mr. Connors in 1907 and in 1910 moved to the Masonic building. The shop became one of the most popular places in town. At the time of the photo it was owned by Tim and…

The Smoke Shop was located at 100 Main St.

The file contains newspaper clippings, musical programs, installation program and information about the Masonic Building (formerly the Maynard Block).

The Post Office building was located at 100 Main St.