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The reel is made to be mounted on a wall or post with the rope to be fastened on a hook on any opposing wall or post. The reel has a winding crank that facilitates the end of the clothesline being removed from a hook and then reeled in when the…

Two Middlesex Laundries coat hangers with the words "Band Box Zephyr System, Call Maynard 400, Maynard, Mass." inscribed on them.

Two white Christmas themed rulers given away by Maynard Cleaners, 37 Nason St., Maynard, "Tailoring- Invisible Mending- Shirts", Open 6:30 am.

Ink blotter promoting the cost savings by using Middlesex Laundry.

The red and white placard would be placed in the front window of the house. This signals the driver of the Middlesex Laundry truck to stop and pick up the clothes.


In 1890 Frank H. and Rowland F. Harriman started a laundry in two small rooms in the J. K. Harriman Building at the corner of Main St. and Harriman Court. J. K. Harriman, father of the two brothers, was one of the pioneer businessmen in the village…


A photo of the Harriman Brothers Laundry.

A picture of Waldron & Peterson Wet Wash Laundry wagons in the early 1900's. Dennis Waldron and Hans Peterson, were proprietors of the laundry. The driver of the first wagon is Vin Waldron. In the second wagon are Charles and Al Lerer. The wagons are…

Photograph of the Middlesex Laundry Christmas Party. (May be dated 1947)

A black and white photo of the Middlesex Laundry Christmas Party, 1951.


Laundry was owned by H. E. Tolman.
Telephone number was Maynard 400