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An American Flag with 48 stars and pole with eagle top that was used by the Mizpah Rebekah Lodge. It was used during meetings, ceremonies and parades.
The guidon or flag was given to James Mertz by a former Sergeant in the Japanese Army.
Participants included: Daniel DeForge, Stewart Campbell, Guy Iannuzzo, Milton Lashus, Richard Marsden, Robert Marsden, Marge Iannuzzo, Raymond DeForge, John McDonough
Picture taken in the American Legion building on Summer St. showing some memorabilia .
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The flag was given to Jim Mertz by a Korean girl when he served in Korea.
A brass eagle used on top of a flag flown by the Rebekah Lodge for many years.
This was likely given to Maynard at the time of the centennial, 1971. Ayer was incorporated in the same year as Maynard, 1871.
The crossed Union Jack and United States Flag indicating solidarity during World War II. The three dots and a dash is Morse Code for letter V.
Used at the American Powder Mills to warn danger of explosives.
Used by the Sheridan Family at 7 Lindberg Ave., during the bicentennial, 1975 - 1976.
A 48 star silk American Flag in worn condition.
A Bennington flag with 13 stars.
This flag displayed the original 13 star flag that our founding fathers waved so proudly in 1776.
This flag was use on the casket of Sylvestor Strout, a Civil War Veteran. He was the Great Grandfather of Howard Whitney.
This flag was found by the Morton's in their attic. They do not know the history of it, nor how it came to be in their attic.
A Japanese flag brought home to the US by Mr. Walter Zancewicz.
This service flag was made by James Ledyard, Sr. He had three boys serving in WW II: William, James, and John.
The Centennial Flag was presented to the Centennial Committee by the Brothers of the Brush at the opening ceremony, April 19, 1971. It was flown from the staff at the Town Hall Building until July 5th.
A pin with a "First Anniversary Armistice Day Nov. 11th, 1919" imprinted upon it. A ribbon flag is attached.