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A black and grosgrain hat popular with women in the 1950s to 1960s. The hat belonged to Mary Mabel Holly (Comeau).
A black hat box from the Serv-U-Shop, Maynard, Mass. The shop was begun by Miss M. F. Spinney in 1924, and ultimately closed in 1973. This hatbox belonged to Mary Mabel Holly (Comeau).
A blue garment bag from Rainville of Maynard, a clothing store.
A Hudson Dress Shoppe box that notes stores in Maynard, Hudson, and Westboro, MA.
Two Serv-U Shop signs was made by Miss Marion F. Spinney from a piece of wood from her home. The Serv-U Shop was located on Nason St. in the Naylor Block. Miss Spinney was the originator and owner of the Shop from 1924-1967. The Shop dealt in…
A business card for the Serv-u Shop, 13 Nason St., Maynard, Mass., Tel. 897-7892. The shop sold millinery, dresses, and hosiery.
Originally the Case Block, built by W. B. Case in 1902 for his dry goods store.
The Fashion Shop at 14 Nason Street, the old People's Movie Theater.
A cotton scarf made with Maynard High School colors of black and orange.
A collar worn by members of the Odd Fellows Lodge during ceremonies.
Tee shirts with Maynard, MA business and Club logos. These include the Maynard Auto Club, Cendant Mortgage Co., NE Appliance Co., and A. H. Painting.
An Army WW II winter coat made from heavy-duty wool.
An Army hat included in a collection of WW II military memorabilia from Antonio S. Terrasi.
A WW II Army jacket belonging to Sgt. Antonio S. Terrasi of Maynard.
A black Maynard Tigers tee shirt with 1997-1998 logo. A pair of orange and black lady's basketball shorts. Three baseball shirts, a soccer shirt and one basketball shirt.
Two Maynard High School Marching Band hats, Maynard High School Sports bag, and 2 Varsity Letter "M".
Two Maynard High School Marching Band hats, orange and black, with feather trim. One Varsity Letter "M" for field hockey and one for baseball. One MHS Tigers sports bag. One varsity letter "M" for track. Two plain varsity letter "M"s.
A Maynard High School Marching Band hat and braid.
One Army Jacket appears to be c. WWII. The second jacket and pants appear to be more recent issue.
These basketball shirts were recovered when the Junior High moved from Summer Street to Tiger Drive.