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An account of a fundraising event that turned out to be, perhaps, the largest single event ever held in Maynard: "Barbecue Day".

The origins and history of the town's Methodist church from 1867 through 1970.

An account of the turbulent interplay of alcohol, the Temperance movement and Prohibition in Maynard.

Exterior of the Methodist Church (Main & Summer Street)

Exterior of the Methodist Church (Main & Summer Street)

The Methodist Church at the corner of Summer and Main Street soon after construction with the Music Hall to the far left and the Paper Mill falls in the fore ground.

A cookbook compiled by the Maynard Methodist Church and its Woman's Society of Christian Service. The book contains recipes from members of the Society.

A Program for "H.M.S. Pinafore" presented by the Ladies Aid of the Methodist Episcopal Church on Thursday, January 30, 1930, held in the Colonial Hall, Maynard, MA.

A File of miscellaneous information about the following churches: Methodist Church, Union Congregational Church, Russian Orthodox Holy Annunciation, Rodoff Shalom, St. John's Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. George's Episcopal Church, Church…

Program of Anniversary Week 1867-1903
Methodist Church, Oct. 25-31, 1903

This is an artist's drawing which shows practically all the buildings in the town at the time.

This event was held to raise money for a proposed soldiers and sailors monument. A Parade downtown to Rev. John A. Crowe Park was followed by a speaking program and barbecue. The Honorable John F. Fitzgerald (Grandfather of President John F.…

A Programme for "The Fairy Wedding", hosted by the Junior League of the Methodist Church, in Music Hall, Maynard, MA, on Saturday evening, May 23,1903.

Two copies of a Program for the production of The Pirates of Penzance, presented by the Maynard Methodist Episcopal Church, on May 3, 4, 1930's, at the Parker Street Hall, Maynard, MA.