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A can used to hold powder manufactured at the American Powder Mills, Maynard.

Map shows the function of the various structures used in the manufacturing of gun powder.

A toasting glass with Alphonse's Powder Mill logo.

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Front: A. Chyzus, Jim Moynihan, Frank Rand, J. Moynihan, N. Jensen, Wilfred Hooper, J. Goodsell, Joe Crotty, Ed Mahoney, Bill Driscoll, Jim Goodson,

2nd: Bill Tobin, L. McCarthy, Bill Hooper, M. McCarthy, S. Rogers, Sam Wilson, G.…

Cord wood piled at the left is to be made into charcoal for the powder.

Machine shop, carpenter shop, and old office at the powder mills. Water gate to wheel mills, early 1900s.
The building in the center with the chimney is still standing with the latest renovation taking place in 2011 for commercial use.

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Horse "Charles", William Hooper, William Hird, Frank Rand, Horse "Tige"

Archibald Livingston (often with an E) was 7 years old in this photo. He was born in Maynard on 3 July 1888, the son of Douglas H. Livingstone and Emma F. (Henderson) Livingstone. Archibald's father, Douglas, was killed in a Powder Mill explosion…