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An All American Club Dance ticket for April 18, 1945. It was held at the Parker St. Hall. The price was a total of $.50.

A ticket for the Fourth Annual Grand Bal de Masque Concert. The event is sponsored by the Don't You Wish You Knew (D.Y.W.Y.K.) Club, and cost 25 cents each. The concert was hosted in the Music Hall, Maynard, on Friday, January 29, 1892.

A ticket to the Laisves picnic held at the Vose Pavilion , Maynard, Mass., on July 4, 1936.


The Seventh and Eight Annual Field Day tickets. On the back of the 1914 ticket is the name Miss Josephine Hendrickson of West Puffer Road

A bus ticket to the events held in Concord for the United States 200th Anniversary.

The event was held at the Maynard Rod & Gun Club.

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Mrs. W. L. Smith held a cooking demonstration as part of Maynard's gala Merchant Week held at the Music Hall. The highlight of the week was a visit by Spanish American War Hero, Admiral William Sampson.

A ticket to one of the many events that occured at the time of Maynard's Centennial.

The event was held at St. Bridget's School Hall.

Two tickets for the 100th Anniversary Dance held Feb. 14, 1971, at the Maynard Rod & Gun Club. A donation of $1.50 was requested. The "Boiler Room Boys" were featured for their Jazz Band.

One ticket for a Maynard Centennial Dance scheduled for…

Window poster advertising ticket sales.

A ticket for the Humpty Dumpty Circus held at the Parker Street Hall. Children admitted for 10 cents; adults for 15 cents.

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The first B & M passenger train from South Acton to Maynard was in July 1850.

The booklet, now empty, contained 13 coupons possibly owned by E.Barker.

Three adult tickets for the bus. The Lovell Bus Line succeeded the Concord, Maynard and Hudson Street Railroad in 1923 and operated over the same route and the same towns until 1954.

The Centennial Ball was held at the Concord Armory on the 18th of June and was attended by more than 600 people. Ticket #1 has Ralph Sheridan signature on the back. Ticket #100 has a donation statement.

The performance was at the Music Hall, Maynard, on July 27, 1912. (This was the same year that the Music Hall was destroyed by fire.)