Search using this query type:

Search only these record types:

Advanced Search (Items only)

Browse Items (9 total)

  • Tags: building

Building specifications and drawings for the Maynard Memorial Gymnasium located on Summer Street. It opened in 1956 and demolished in 2012.

Two volumes of plans for the Maynard High School building under construction in 2011. This represents the near final configuration of the building.

A store window featuring Serta "Perfect Sleeper" Mattress (for $79.50) at Gruber's at 117 Main St.

Photograph of Gruber Brothers Furniture located at 117 Main Street. The building dates to the 1860's when it was known as the Riverside Building. The upper floor of the building was destroyed by fire on July 14, 1934. Second photo taken later after…

Located at 14 Main Street. Automobile is a 1941 Chevrolet.
The store front on the right later became Massa's Bakery. The retail store was in the front and the baking was in the rear. Massa deliverer bread throughout the area for many years.…

The church's cornerstone was laid on May 23, 1923 at the corner of Walnut and Thompson Streets. Its bell tower contains what used to be the curfew bell at the American Woolen Mill.
The pastor at that time was Rev. Johannes Vaanaren.

The two photos without louvers in the steeple are pre-1940. The louvers where installed between 1943 & 1948. The last photo is a digital copy, not in the collection, of the first photo.

Originally the Bancroft Street School, and renamed the Coolidge School in 1932. It ceased being used as a school in 1981.
Left picture is front view, right is a view from the back.

The Roosevelt school was built in 1917 on the same site, using the same foundation, as the Nason Street School that was destroyed by fire in 1916.
The photo on the left is a back view from Glendale Street taken in 1970. The right photo, taken in…