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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 fur-trimmed, pink satin, netted hat popular with women in the 1950's and 1960's. The hat belonged to Mary Mabel Holly (Comeau).

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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).

Two baseball hats with the Middlesex Savings Bank logo. One is beige, the other navy blue.

These hats were worn by the staff at the 1989-1994 auto shows.

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MAAC operated for 31 year, 1988 - 2020.

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White cap with Maynard Tigers and a football embossed on front, 1997 on back.

Used by Timothy Boothroyd when he was a member of the marching band.

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An Army hat included in a collection of WW II military memorabilia from Antonio S. Terrasi.

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.

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A Maynard High School Marching Band hat and braid.

Three women's hats from 1950's - 1960's.

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A French soldier's cap was sent home to Miss Barbara McLane from Sgt. Robert McLane on Feb. 12, 1946. The mailing envelope contained a note stating "It is not the latest style, only a French soldier's cap, but I thought you would like it as a…

During the 1971 Centennial, a group of men in Maynard grew mustaches and wore this hat. The manufacturer is Sir Walter Hat Co.

Blue Gingham dress with matching hat and pocket book. Women's slip.
Men's blue and white vest with arm guards.
Five men's faux straw hats.
Two cotton print Centennial dresses.

Knights of Columbus feather hat made by Castignetti Bros Boston

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Two identical Serv-U-Shop hat boxes, black & white. One hat box with NY logos decorating the outside.

Type of pin used by women when hats were a mandatory apparel. It was to keep the hat on the head. This hat pin was found along the B&M railroad tracks.

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