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Alice Louise Fearns Mullin:

Alice Lousie Fearns was born on September 27, 1912, in the home in which she grew up, at 7 Haynes Street, Maynard, MA. She was the daughter of Bertha Amelda Wall, a high school mathematics teacher from Marlboro;…

A grey and green mug with the words "Maynard, Est. 1871" inscribed on the outside.

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A mug with the phrase "I'm Glad I'm Living in Maynard, Mass" inscribed on the outside surface.

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An excerpt from the "History of Maynard, Massachusetts 1871-1971" by the Maynard Historical Committee (pg. 56): "In June 1913, the subscribers for the Maynard Trust Company voted to locate in Naylor's Block, Main Street, in part of the building which…

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

A photograph in post card format of "Old Jim Mullin" donated by Ed Brennan. Jim Mullin was the Great Uncle of Ed Brennan. Mr. Mullin was the Chief Marshall of "Barbecue Day", October 12, 1916, Maynard, Mass.

This hat was worn by James J. Mullin as Grand Marshall for Barbecue Day Parade on October 12, 1916. This Barbecue was put on in an attempt to raise funds for a Soldiers and Sailors Memorial.