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A form for reporting specific aspects of a fire event in Maynard, 1919.

A ledger that documents the formation of Hose Company #1 in 1890.

The document includes the constitution and by-laws of the company, the original membership roster of the company, apparatus list, badges, and other lists.

A selection of 22 photos from the Maynard Fire Station Grand Opening ceremonies on January 21, 2023 at 30 Sudbury Street.

The log records the presence, absence and excused absence at call firemen meetings and response to fire alarms.

A red and white sign advertising the Maynard Carnival held June 30-July 4, 2017. The Maynard Police and Fire Associations were the sponsors. The Carnival was held at the Fowler School, 3 Tiger Drive, Maynard. Fireworks were held on Sunday July 2,…

1886-07-07 - Flood's Barn, Harriman and Main Streets (via sparks from train)
1893-04-20 - Tucker's Blacksmith Shop
1893-05-05 - Riverside Coop Stores & Hall; Public Library
1893-09-18 - Parmenter Barn and Stable
1894 - Hudson
1894-05-14 - Paper…

Two Fire Department badges belonging to Joshua Edwards. One is for the Assistant Floor Marshall position and the other is for the Floor Marshall.

A badge commemorating the 1905 Thanksgiving Eve Ball for the Maynard Fire Department. This badge has a portrait of the Maynard Fire Chief on it, possibly Thomas A. Sweeny.

A Maynard Fire Department badge worn by Joshua John Edwards. The Maynard Fire Department was organized May 1, 1890.

Regulation poster hung in fire house.
Chief: Samuel Lawton
1st Asst: Charles Cahill
Clerk: Thomas A. Sweeney

The map was created to show the water system and fire protection for insurance purposes. It shows the structural components of the buildings and has myriad details about the town. see 1999.1492 for another copy

Two storage permits issued by the fire department to store oil on the premises.
1. To Mrs. Francis M. Coady, 60 Thompson St - 1933 - by Frank E. Parks, Fire Chief.

2. To Elmer H. Maynard, 43 Great Road - 1942 - by Richard Allan, Fire Chief.

Mr. Peters was the first official Maynard Fire Department Chief in 1890.

This appears to be the Maynard Fire Department spraying water into the Assabet River from the roof of a Mill building.

Carlo Mistretta (center), presumably at a fire.

The street seemed to have the drainage system clogged
and flooded.

Park street at Sherman St. was flooded probably from a backed up Drainage system.