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A vintage drum made of metal and mylar/polyester with a metal outer shell and colored blue and silver.

A music sheet clip holder made of wood and brass. These were used in the late 1800's. The name Oscar Kauppi of Parker Place, Maynard, Mass. appears written on the backside. Also, the name Holtite is burnished into the handle.

Used by Allan Webster when a member of the Snare Drum and Bugle Corps, Boy Scout Troop No. 1, Saint George's Episcopal Church: 1921-1924

Two photos of the chorus -one dated as 1960, the other undated.

Photo - 2021.535
Row 1: Charles Garabedian (8th from left)
Row 2: Toivo Erkkinen (5th from left)
Row 3: Swat Warila (7th from left), Tut Ianuzzo (8th from left)
Row 4: Alex…

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A program describing a Music Festival presented by the Choir of the Methodist Church of Maynard, MA. The Festival was held Tuesday, January 18, 1949.

A color photo of Virginia Weckstrom, Pianist. Virginia played the piano at "A Concert", an event sponsored by the Maynard Centennial Committee on June 27, 1971. Virginia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Weckstrom. Virgina received her Master of…

A choral group of older singers organized by Roy Helander in the 1990's at the Senior Center. The chorus sang at public events, nursing homes, civic groups etc...The music is in a binder.

The musical was sponsored by the Maynard Centennial Committee with the help of the Calico Belles; presented at the Maynard High School Auditorium.

Participants: l to r
Front Row (17): Anna Wilson, Ellen Shaw, Ed Reed, David Westlake, Theresa…

Eastern Finnish Music Organization formed to encourage Finnish bands and choruses. Hugo Kajander was the promoter.

Wayside operated a recording center in old Colonial Hall on Main St., over the former F. W. Woolworth store - 31 Main St.

A remembrance of minstrel shows in Maynard by a well-known local minstrel.

A chronology of music makers in Maynard from the 1900s through the late 1940s. (At the time of its writing, the centennial authors planned to update it through the 1960s).

A collection of sheet music spanning the 1920's, 30' s & 40's belonging to the school department, Nancy Duckworth Whiting, Doris Marsden, Bert Lawton, F. W. Hemenway and likely others.


Piano music celebrating an active life represented by Theodore Roosevelt on the cover.

Music celebrating the American Workman, Grover Cleveland on the cover.

The bandstand was built in the 1930's by the WPA at Crowe Park. The Green Meadow School can be seen in the background. The bandstand was taken down in the 1990's, deemed unsafe.

Edward Brennan (right) with his first instructor, Eino Nelson (left).
Attached is an article by Roy Helander that appeared in the Finnish newspaper, Raivaaja.

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The band is practicing marching on Brooks Street.

l to r
Front Row: Stanley Zancievicz, Gerald DeGrappo, Janet Poulson, Julius Woessner, (instructor)

2nd Row: Charlie Deprappo, Carlo Mistretta, Harold Formell, Jim Fava,

Others: Bob Riley,…

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