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A short summary of hotels that operated in Maynard. This research was incorporated into a monograph on hotels (see Relation below)

A photo collection of both the history of the Park and the renovation efforts to the Veteran's Memorial Park, Maynard, Mass. George Shaw was the Chairman of the Maynard Veteran's Memorial Committee. The photo album was presented by CWO Stewart T.…

A report describing the restoration of and recommendations of upkeep of the monument. .

Red, White and Blue poster advertising the dedication of Memorial Park.

A poster for the parade and dedication of Veterans' Memorial Park.

A rifle salute behind Memorial Park is part of the Memorial Day or Veterans Day parade observance.

A serviceman addresses the gathering at Memorial Park as part of a Veterans Day or Memorial Day parade.
Dignitaries: Will Dodd, ? 'Scoop' Campbell is third from the left.

An honor guard fires a rifle salute in Memorial Park as part of a Memorial Day or Veterans Day observance and parade.

Ceremony at Memorial Park, likely part of a Memorial Day or Veterans' Day parade.

Selectmen: Tom Cocco, Dick White, and Howard Boeske.

A ceremony at Memorial Park. Howard Boeske, Richard White, and Tom Cocco.

A ceremony at Memorial Park.

Second Row: Tom Cocco, Howard Boeske, Will Dodd.

Built by the W. P. A. during the depression of the 1930's. It was used as an alert center for the Air Wardens during World War II. Dismantled when the parking lot was enlarged at the rear of Memorial Park.

Stewart Campbell, American Legion, presenting scrapbook of Veterans Memorial to Ralph Sheridan, town historian and curator of the Maynard Historical Society.

Stewart Campbell on the left, Ralph Sheridan on the right.

Picture taken at Memorial Park on November 11, 1975.

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Joseph Dineen, William Baron, James Whalen, William Sweeney, Ralph (George?) Jamieson

Charles Berriel took this picture for the Maynard Historical Society showing the Soldier's and Sailor's Monument in the center with World War II Honor Roll at the left and World War I Honor Roll at the right.

The file contains newspaper articles and general information about the construction of the park.

Dedication of Memorial Park and Monument on Sunday Nov. 15, 1925. Erected by the Town of Maynard to commemorate the service of her citizens in the Civil War, the Spanish-American War, and World War I. In honor of the those who served and in memory…