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The Association was organized by Polish people in Maynard, with a sprinkling of Lithuanians and Russians. On Jan. 6, 1911 the Coop Association opened for business in Higgins Block, Main Street (next to the Methodist Church). In 1918, it moved to…

The seal is used to execute a legal document or guarantee the document's authenticity. A corporate seal is unique to a sealer and is used by government agencies, corporations and notaries public to show that the docum ent is validly executed,…

A collection of business inking stamps from a variety of Maynard concerns including: Digital (3ct), Sandersons, New Idea, Russo's, the CO-OP Inc., Ray's TV, Middlesex Launderers (2ct), and the United Cooperative Society (8ct).

This is the stamp insignia of a camera club that existed in the 1930s.

Members included: Leslie Rivers, Arvi Stabell, Walter Luoma
Olavi Lampila, E. Saari, Rubin Aromaa, George Sivonen, Ray Niemi,
Herbert Puotsala, John Paakki, Sam Micciche.

A Coolidge School Stamp with the following inscription: "Office of the Principal, Calvin Coolidge School, Maynard, Mass."

The coupons could be used when purchasing 1 to 50 gallons of oil during World War II.

This envelope was mailed from Watertown, Mass to Miss Jennie Brooks, Assabet, Mass. It is dated 1869. The stamps are of the 1869 Series, March 1, 1869 to April 9, 1870. This mail was sent just prior to to the change from Assabet, MA to Maynard, MA.