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Published in the interests of the Public Library by the Scholars of the High School.

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Building completed in 1962 housing the library and the Town Center. Police department later (c.2000) also occupied part of the building.

"Newcomer's Guide to Maynard's Stores and Services" put together in the mid 1980's by the Maynard Public Library. The businesses submitted the following: name, address, telephone number, business hours, basic line of goods or services, special items…

The file contains history, newspaper clippings, library cards, brochures and odds bits of information relating to the library.


Rebuilt on the site of the block destroyed by fire in February 1917. The Maynard Public Library moved from the Riverside Cooperative Building on Summer Street to a the new location of the second floor.
1st photo: This view is from Nason Street…

A seven section report on the state and future of the schools library system.

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The first floor of the Library.

Tommy Kane and Paula Saarinen looking at books in the Maynard High School Library at Great Road.

Town Building and Library at 195 Main Street

Mrs Duggan one of the Liberians at the main desk.

Survey from January 1960, conducted by the Board of Trustees, Maynard Public Library - "The Library will be grateful for your help through this questionnaire in determining how closely its services meet the needs of its readers".


A copy of the program used at the Formal Dedication of the Town Building.

Attending individuals:
Edgar M. Olsen, Rev. Richard D. Rintala, Jean T. Caisey, Stanley M. Kulik

Howard E. Boeske, Joseph F. Dineen, John H. McDonald

Edwin Carlton,…

Alice Louise Fearns Mullin:

Alice Lousie Fearns was born on September 27, 1912, in the home in which she grew up, at 7 Haynes Street, Maynard, MA. She was the daughter of Bertha Amelda Wall, a high school mathematics teacher from Marlboro;…

Narrative provided by Tom Sheridan, DPW Superintendent 1975-1988:

Walter Epimenio Carbone was born in 1908 in Maynard to Pasquale and Raffaela (Tedesche) Carbone. He had one brother, Guido born in 1914, and two sisters, Ida born 1910, and Gilda…