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A badge that celebrates teachers, along with a Maynard Public Schools sticker.
A football badge with the Maynard logo and orange and black colors.
Two Fire Department badges belonging to Joshua Edwards. One is for the Assistant Floor Marshall position and the other is for the Floor Marshall.
A pin from the ARP Women's Defense Corps that was worn during the WW II time period by Ellen F. Sheridan.
A badge commemorating the 1905 Thanksgiving Eve Ball for the Maynard Fire Department. This badge has a portrait of the Maynard Fire Chief on it, possibly Thomas A. Sweeny.
This badge was worn by William Jones. He was a member of the Maynard Police Department in the early 1907-1913. Mr. jones also served as Selectman 1907-1913.
A 235th AAF Base Unit Card that authorized Sgt. Albert W. Connors to wear certain ribbons and badges. It is dated January 27, 1945.
The Parachutist Qualification Badge, commonly referred to as "Jump Wings", is a military badge of the United States Armed Forces. To qualify for the Master Badge an individual must have been rated excellent in character and efficiency and have met…
A Maynard Centennial Sheriff Badge which was found in the Maynard Centennial Time Capsule, buried in 1971 and opened in 2021. The badge is made of metal and is black with gold colored tips.
A Maynard Fire Department badge worn by Joshua John Edwards. The Maynard Fire Department was organized May 1, 1890.
This Society was formed in December 31, 1890. A medallion would be presented to the family of a decceased member of the society. This medallion was given to the family of Mr. Henry McCormack.
A Memoriam Badge from Loggia Roma, O. F. D'I. in A. No. 1108, Maynard, Mass, 1921.
A Memoriam badge given to a family upon the death of a member. This badge was from Maynard Grange No. 340.
Guest name inserts in a plastic case with a blue ribbon.
A participation ribbon celebrating Maynard's 50th Anniversary of being incorporated, 1871.
This is a security guard or special police badge for the Finnish Workingman's Organization, T. Y. Taisto.
Red and white "Shavers Permit" badge to be worn by the men in Maynard who volunteered not to shave until the Centennial Parade.
Badge worn by Committee Members during the 50th Anniversary Celebration, dated April 19, 1921.
A metal badge celebrating the Centennial Belles, dated June 26-July 4, 1971.