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A ceremonial banner for the Polish-American Citizens Society, 1937, Maynard, Mass.

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Local No. 787, United Textile Workers of America was a branch of the local unions at the American Woolen Company. This banner was in the possession of Joseph A. White, an active member for years of the Union.

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A Banner for the Textile Workers Union #771, Maynard, displayed on a wooden rod.

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Banner of the Ancient Order of the United Workmen, instituted in Darling's Block, January 25, 1892. They disbanded in the late 1920's. It was a fraternal beneficial society.

A football banner that celebrates Maynard's 1938 Championship in the Middlesex Football League.

A cloth banner possibly used as a table runner.

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A blue satin banner/flag marking the Maynard Centennial, 1871 to 1971. The banner measures 6' x 4'. This was presented to the Centennial Committee from the Brothers of the Brush at the opening ceremony, April 19, 1971. It was flown from the staff at…

A Sons of Italy Banner used in parades. This banner has a gold lion embossed on the front, with gold lettering. This banner measures 3' x 5', and is made of satin and gold braiding.

A red, green and white banner used by the Sons of Italy in parades. The banner measures 6' x 5'.

A VFW banner from the Maynard Post #1812. It honors the muster of the organization on April 16, 1930. The banner measures 5.5' x 4'.

Large vinyl banner likely used at conferences and conventions.

Two dark blue felt banners with the words Maynard Centennial June 26 to July 4, 1971 imprinted on top.

The crossed Union Jack and United States Flag indicating solidarity during World War II. The three dots and a dash is Morse Code for letter V.

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A blue/black/white banner flown during the Sesquicentennial Year of Maynard's Incorporation, 1871-2021. The banner was flown in celebration of 150 years of community and culture.

This was likely given to Maynard at the time of the centennial, 1971. Ayer was incorporated in the same year as Maynard, 1871.

The gilt emblem for a banner pole that was carried in street parades by the Sons of Italy.