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  • Tags: Nason Street

A view before the parade on Nason Street looking toward Main Street.

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

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

Baton twirling girls lead a group in a parade down Nason Street. (Visible in background is the Hudson Dress Shoppe, Army/Navy Store and People's Theater)

Bearl's was a clothing store on Nason Street. Auno Koskinen, own is on right with straw hat.

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.

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

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

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.

Center Factory Outlet was a clothing store located on 94 Main Street.

A sepia-colored picture of the front of Christie's Store and its employees. The store was located on Nason Street.

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.

A color guard from the Veterans of Foreign wars marches down Nason Street in a Christmas parade.
Don Braden is on the left.

Christmas parade float on Nason Street depicting the star of Bethlehem. Float sign reads "May the joy of Christmas be with you today and always".

This Christmas Parade float on Nason Street sends seasons greetings from Fleepo the Clown (unfortunately he's not visible in this photograph). (Visible in the background is Jay's Shoe Store (Jumping Jacks Shoes), Maynard Supply Company, Sears)

A float sponsored by Powder Mill Ski Doo travels down Nason Street in the Christmas parade. (Powder Mill Ski Doo would later become Powder Mill Sports)

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

A band playing during a Christmas Parade down Nason Street.

A Colonial Marching Band is marching down Nason Street as part of an unidentified event (4th of July / Bicentennial parade?)

Ralph Cantino, holding the American flag, and Bill Molloy.