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The pin has a hand and sword, the color blue for Infantry and the motto for the school at Fort Benning, Georgia.

Lapel pin worn on the uniform indicating that the individual is qualified in ARP (Air Raid Precautions) and a member of the Women's Defense Corps.

This is a collection of promotional pins related to Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). The pins vary from give-aways at trade shows to pins related to DECUS (Digital Equipment Computer Users Society):

"Phantom of the Operating System" - DECUS…

Rev. Killilea was a pastor at St. Bridget's Church, 1905 - 1909.

A bumper sticker and 2 campaign buttons expressing opposition to regionalization of Maynard High School.

The pin was recognition that the wearer had purchased or supported the war effort by buying liberty bonds.
This pin was found at the Willis Dodd Boys Club formerly the Parker Street Hall.

Pin used when Cindy Ruzich ran for school committee in the early 1990's. She was elected in 1991 and 1994.

An initialed M.H.S. class pin. The pin came from Folger, 180 Broadway, NY that was in business in the early 1900s. The initials likely refer to Maynard High School although there were few number of graduates (7) in 1907.

Red and white "Shavers Permit" badge to be worn by the men in Maynard who volunteered not to shave until the Centennial Parade.

Two blue metal tags that say Maynard 100 Years on it.

A metal badge celebrating the Centennial Belles, dated June 26-July 4, 1971.

The Army-Navy "E" Award was an honor presented to companies during World War II whose production facilities achieved "Excellence in Production" ("E") of war equipment. The employees received the pin.