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Receipts for delivery of coal to Joseph Boothroyd in the 1950's. His address was 166 Great Road.


A delivery slip for Assabet Coal Company dated April 8, 1957 to Mrs. Hermanson of 3 Field Street.


A sepia photo of the new coal silos at the Assabet Coal Company. The picture was taken shortly after their installation in 1926. The photo has the following individual names identified: Jack----; Milton Whitney; Frank Foster Whitney; Arthur Malcolm;…

Coal was the main source of power for the mill complex in the early 1900s. The coal was brought to the mill by train and was unloaded and shoveled into the boilers by these workers.

A green and gold scrap album of greeting cards, calling cards, and Maynard business advertising cards, ca1900. Wm. F. Litchfield, Coal and Wood dealer, is one of the businesses. The scrapbook belonged to Reba Taylor.

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Taken at the coal pile on Walnut Street before the installation of oil. The men in the picture are the second hands and employees of both departments which were under one head.

An invoice from E. Henderson & Co. to the Finnish Working Men's Association. The invoice is dated February 15, 1913. E. Henderson & Co. were dealers in coal, wood, and coke.

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The wood handle ice pick has advertising on the four sides:
1.RCA Victor
2.Gasoline, fuel, coal, coke, grain, bakery, dairy, provisions
3.Co-Op Best Milk and Cream
4. Compliments of United Co-operative Society, Maynard, Mass.

Given to their ice customers. Whitney & Hastings operated an ice, fire wood and coal company out of Maynard and South Acton.

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Rubber disc used to grab jar lids for a better grip.

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Two plans that outline the construction of a private bridge for William F. Litchfield. The bridge was designed by New England Structural Co.

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The shovels were used to put coal in kitchen and parlor stoves. These were distributed by Maynard Coal Company, Lehigh Wilkes-Barre Coal Co. and D&H all-rail coal.

Plates read:1st - Erected for W. F. Litchield
2nd- The United Construction Co
Albany N.Y.
Bridge Co,
of N.Y.

The bridge was built in…

Two applications, Litchfield and South Acton Coal, to buy and sell coal during World War I.

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The coal company picking up coal that was delivered by the Delaware & Hudson railroad car.

A collection of paperwork belonging to William F. Litchfield, that includes his Will.