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A photograph of downtown Maynard (Main and Nason Streets) showing a number of local businesses at that time.

The photograph was donated by McWalter Volunteer Insurance whose office at the time was located on 81 Main Street (the Maynard Trust…

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An aerial photograph showing most of the Mill complex, downtown Maynard (Main Street and Nason Street), the (former) school on Summer Street (Fowler Junior High at the time), and surrounding neighborhoods. The picture was taken from Thompson Street…

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A "wallet/bookmark" card with a photograph of the Assabet Institute for Savings Bank on 17 Nason Street and a calendar for 1968 on the reverse side.

This shows the bank in its original form (1929). Extensions were made to the sides at a later…

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Photograph of "Paper Boys", who delivered newspapers to homes, lined up with their wagons for the Sunday newspaper deliveries.

The photo was taken on Nason Street in front of the Paper Store ( #34 ) to the right and Johnson's Pharmacy
(#30 )on…

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A blueprint of a plan for a portion of Nason Street, Maynard, dated 1857. Landmarks include the property of T. H. Brooks, A. Whitney.

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A blueprint of the plan for portions of Nason Street, dated May 1917. Landmarks include the property of Amory Maynard, Albert Hodges, Thomas Naylor.

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A blueprint of the plan of Nason Street, Maynard, dated May 1920. Landmarks include the property of Mary Reed, Benjamin Townsend, Albert Hodges, Thomas Naylor.

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A blueprint of the change in location of the corner of Nason & Summer Streets, Maynard, dated September 7, 1948. Landmarks include the property of Bartholomew Coughlin.

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A plan of Nason & Acton Streets in Maynard as ordered by the County Commissioners in 1911. Frank J. McCarron and W. A. Haynes are noted on the map.

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A stereograph of George Gove's bakery wagon on the corner of Nason and Summer Streets. Bill Oliver is standing next to the horse. Mrs. Albert Randall of #14 Maple St., Maynard is also listed in the back of the picture.

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This stereograph was taken on the corner of Nason and Summer Street (looking south) and shows H.B. Gove and his baker's cart.

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A stereograph of the first anniversary of the incorporation of the Town of Maynard proceeding down Nason Street.

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A photograph of the Fashion Shop when it was located at the corner of 3-5 Nason and Main Streets. Also visible is the Anderson Spa and the Maynard Trust Company on Main St.

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This appears to be the "grand marshall" car leading the Christmas parade.
Tom Cocco seated in car between two women.

Visible in the background are: Patty's Hand Cut Donuts, Jumping Jacks, Maynard Supply Company, Sears.

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A contingent from the American Legion Demars Post 235 are marching in a Christmas Parade in downtown.

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The lead of a marching band participating in the downtown Christmas Parade. (Hudson High School band?)

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Maynard Girl Scouts parading down Nason Street as part of a Memorial Day observance.

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Maynard Tiger sports teams are represented on this float in the Christmas Parade on Nason Street. "68" is on the truck door (class of '68?), which provides a possible date for the photograph.

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Maynard Tiger sports teams are represented on this float in the Christmas Parade on Nason Street (turning on to Main Street). "68" is on the truck door (class of '68?), which provides a possible date for the photograph.