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A list of men in the Stow militia compiled by Yael Walcott, Town Clerk. See pdf for handwritten list.

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A souvenir mug from the 300th Anniversary of Stow, MA Incorporation, 1683-1983.

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A handwritten intention of marriage noted by Charles Tower, Town Clerk, Stow, MA. The marriage is between Mr. Ezekiel Brown and Miss Lucy Litchfield. It is dated November 18, 1832.

A promotional wall calendar depicting a 1919 era automobile for each month. January is the Owen Magnetic. The 1975 dates are the same as the 1919.

Copies of 59 letters written by William Henry Peck during the civil war to various relatives. The letters were collated by Ruth Peck Doyle. Sample letter shown.

The story of how the town of Maynard came to be.

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This book lists the graves of soldiers and sailors of the Revolutionary War. While this was prior to the incorporation of the town of Maynard, names from neighboring Sudbury and Stow are listed on pages 47 and 48. The list for Sudbury includes…

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A history of Middlesex County in Massachusetts. Book does not include a title or copyright page. An index is taped to the inside, listing the towns included in the history: Acton, Ashby, Burlington, Cambridge, Carlisle, Dunstable, Lexington,…

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Massachusetts Bay Colony Tercentenary Commissioners, appointed by Governor Frank G. Allen: Herbert Parker (Chairman), Frank Roe Batchelder (Vice Chairman), Sybil H. Holmes (Secretary), Robert B. Choate, John Cifrino, Henry Colt,, Allan Forbes,…

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Includes the birth, marriage and death records for the town of Stow, Massachusetts through 1850.

"This publication is issued under the authority of a vote passed by the New England Historic Genealogical Society, November 6, 1901".

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A photo book that spans the history of Stow.

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A parchment describing Henry Gardner's contributions during the American Revolution.


Henry Gardner was a prominent early resident of the Town of Stow, which included Maynard at that time. The Boards of Selectmen of Maynard and Stow sign the proclamation in 1974.


The program for the senior play at Stow Town Hall. Of interest is the many Maynard merchants who sponsored the event.

The small sign near the second telephone is an early traffic sign, "Motor Vehicles, Thickly Settled". Ben Smith's tomb is on the left (no longer there).

All of the sponsors of the book are merchants in Maynard or Hudson.

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The folder contains photos, newspaper clippings, histories and miscellaneous documents relative to the Town of Stow.

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An eighteen page report on the financial condition of the town including schools, roads, overseers of the poor etc...

Surveyed by Augustus Tower

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