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"Buried Treasure" is collection of memoirs by Doris Wiley Fardy, a teacher in the Fowler School and the Roosevelt School, Maynard. The book was a compilation of short essays originally printed in the Maynard Enterprise and the The Assabet Valley…

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A book introducing the features and capabilities of the Rainbow personal computer.

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The cover features a photo of the 1964 - 2013 High School on Tiger Drive.

A collection of 62 pressed plants (flower, stem, leaf, seed} with their descriptions, all found in Maynard. The plants where collected between April 22 and June 10, 1899.
Shown is Cornus florida, Flowering Dogwood

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Originally owned by Asahel Balcom, early resident of the Town of Maynard.

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The book was given to Lucius H. Maynard from his grandmother, L. Maynard. Lucius and his grandmother are not related to Amory Maynard and the other Maynard's whom the town is named. Lucius H. Maynard was a prominent resident of the town as a…


"Memories of an old Massachusetts town and its unique response to industrial America
An Oral History by Ruth Moulton Ragan"

"This is an abridged translation of Alfons Ukkonen's book that was originally written in the Finish language for the Knights of Kaleva in 1996". The book reviews the origins of Knights of Kaleva in 1898 by John Stone, the meaning of Kaleva, a brief…

A book highlighting Maynard's history published at the time of Maynard's 150th commemoration. (see introduction)

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A collection of poems owned by Amy C. Taylor Litchfield and Fred W. Taylor. Amy was 14 r yrs of age and Fred was 8 yrs of age when the book was published in 1878. A sample poem is shown as an example of the content.

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Bound book of the twelve 1937 magazines published by the Knights of Columbus. Columbia Magazine New Haven, United States Publishing continuously since 1921, Columbia is the official magazine of the Knights of Columbus and offers articles of interest…

The book came from the former James Bent house on 95 Summer St.

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An account of Ken Olsen as founder of Digital Equipment Corporation.

Programmed Data Processor - 1
Maintenance Manual