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A pewter mug with the words "Assabet Village Minutemen, 1774, Maynard, Mass." inscribed on the outside of the mug.

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A grey and green mug with the words "Maynard, Est. 1871" inscribed on the outside.

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A white, porcelain mug with the Aubuchon Hardware logo.

A mug with the phrase "I'm Glad I'm Living in Maynard, Mass" inscribed on the outside surface.

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A souvenir mug from the 300th Anniversary of Stow, MA Incorporation, 1683-1983.

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An aluminum mug from the Maynard Country Club.

A white porcelain shaving mug with the imprint of a man.

This shaving mug was owned by James J. Morgan and used in McCormack's Barbershop.

A blue travel mug with the Middlesex Savings Bank logo.

A cup with a 150th logo embossed on the side.

Promotional cups with the address shown.

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A coffee mug imprinted with "Only in Maynard" slogan used as fundraiser for planting flowers along the Assabet River Rail Trail. See attached article.

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A large ceramic mug created for Maynard's centennial celebration in 1971. The 5.25-inch tall mug is imprinted with the Maynard Centennial Medal logo.

This was the property of Charles J. O'Neil, and is inscribed with his name.

Mr. Charles J. O'Neil was one of five men killed in an explosion at the old Powder Mills in Acton; May 2, 1895.

A copy of the Maynard Enterprise-Thursday May…

This was the property of Robert S. O'Neil, and is inscribed with his name.

The usual equipment of a Victorian barber shop was a single green upholstered tonsorial throne, a row of chairs along the wall, perphaps an old leather couch, and cuspidors…