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A miniature thimble with the Maydale logo printed around the edge. Used perhaps for advertising.

While cataloged as a monograph, this is attributed to be a 1923 article from the Weekly Enterprise which profiled the Maydale Spring Company.

Five (5) pieces of Maydale stationary and one Maydale Beverage envelope. The envelope notes Maydale's address is 25 Glendale Street, Maynard, MA.

An advertising thermometer from Maydale Spring Company, Maynard, Mass, Tel. No. 320.

A label taken from a bottle of Maydale Ginger Ale, 8 fl. oz. The label states the ginger ale is made from pure Maydale spring carbonated water, cane sugar, ginger root, citric acid, and caramel color.

Paul Hilander, owner of the Maydale Spring Company of Maynard, owned a cottage at Lake Boon and had this sign over the front door. Later the cottage was owned by John Kennedy. The sign was reversed and lettered "Cuddle Doon". The cottage was…

Some of the models have been painted. One with Maydale Ginger Ale and another with J. Leo Comeau.
The toys are described as: Express Wagon-Horse Drawn, Ice Wagon-Horse Drawn, Fire Engine and Two Horses, Wagon and Horse, Maydale Deliver Truck.

Early promotional Maydale bottle opener with the slogan "An Investment In Good Trade"

A collection of 20 cream colored Maydale pencils. The logo reads: "Compliments of Maydale Spring Co., Maydale Ginger Ale, Tel. Maynard 90".

A pencil with the Maydale Beverage Co., Inc. logo. The inscription reads: "25 Glendale St., Maynard, Mass., Phone Twin Oak 7-7071, Life is Great When you Carbonate".