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  • Tags: St. Bridget's Church

A steel sword awarded to members of St. Bridget's Cadet Corps. The Cadets were organized under the leadership of Major Rev. Charles A. Donahue, Curate at St. Bridget's.

This sword belonged to James Edmund Duggan (1910-1987) when he was a member…

The Maynard-Stow Council of Churches sponsored an Ecumenical Hymn Festival on March 10, 1968 at St. Bridget's Church.

A booklet containing advertising from local vendors and a listing of cast members of the Minstrel Show, hosted by the Holy Name Society of the St. Bridget's Parish. It was in honor of St. Patrick's Day.

The 24th annual publication of the Cannon Cracker. It is a booklet comprised of 100 pages of local and regional advertisers in honor of the holiday. It is published by St. Bridget's Church.

Before entertainment was available at the push of a button, the arrival of a carnival or circus in town would bring a little bit of excitement to quiet town life.

The history of one of the larger temperance societies that operated for about 20 years from 1890 to the 1910s.

The history of the Society whose purpose was to unite all men and women who are practical Roman Catholic of Italian extraction, whether born in Italy or of Italian descent.

The Twilight Club was a social organization, founded by members of St. Bridget's church, which maintained a clubhouse on Lake Boone in Stow as a summer retreat for 60 years (1904-1964).

A review of the Irish community's arrival and impact on the Town of Maynard.

A postcard depicting an early view of St. Bridget's Catholic Church.

Depicts the church, rectory, and pastor Rev. Jno. A. Crowe