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A Sub District 8 Commander and Asst. Sgt. At Arms side cap Legion Post 235.

Three side caps from the Legion building on Summer Street.

Picture taken in the American Legion building on Summer St. showing some memorabilia .

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Stanley Waluck
John Tobin
Frank Sousa

Two WWII magazines subscribed by Peter Hogan that relive the battles and personnel of the war.

A child's cast iron shoe form used as a doorstop.

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A rough-hewn wooden shoe form for a cobbler. Shoemakers made shoes first by making wooden "lasts," or blocks of foot-shaped wood carved into different sizes.

The flag was given to Jim Mertz by a Korean girl when he served in Korea.

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A 33-1/3 LP Stereo album of the Maynard High School Band under the direction of Charles Garabedian recorded in May 1969.

Side One
Palomar (Symphonic March) - Pearson
The Blue and the Gray (Civil War Suite) - Grundman
Chorale and Capriccio -…

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Front Row: Ray Wuorio, Peter Jarvi, Guy Iannuzzo, Marge Iannuzzo, Ed Cossette

Back Row: Bill Morrow, Joe Thomas, Bob Murray, Joe Fraser, Stewart Campbell, Denny Marchant, Al Dentino, Bob Smith, Harold Carle, Richard Conniff

A promotional flyer for an Open House at the Legion's home on Summer St. celebrating: 75th Anniversary of American Legion Post 235, 75th Anniversary American Legion Auxiliary Unit, 50th Anniversary of Girls State in Massachusetts, and the 50th…

A Meritorious Service and Loyal Cooperation Citation in honor of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Frank J. DeMars, American Legion Post 235.

Signed by Ruth C. Jones and Stewart J. Campbell

A certificate presented to the Auxiliary for their active participation in the Prisoners of War/Missing in Action Program.
Sign by Jean Lewandowski and Florence R. Fisher

Junior High diploma awarded to Benny Michael Sofka.
Signed by Edward J. Flaherty, Charles H. Walker, Mary A. Doyle

A 27-page scrapbook journal of the Maynard High School Class of 1914 trip to Washington D.C. including a narrative journal by Herbert Martin interspersed with numerous postcards and other memorabilia of the various points of interest visited during…

An apothecary scale from Whitall Tatum & Co.

A 'sad' iron from 19th century to early 20th century.

A flat iron made by the Enterprise Iron Company of Philadelphia, PA. This iron was used by Mrs. Hiram Parkin. It had a detachable handle.

An old fashioned flat iron (also called a 'sad' iron) with a detachable handle, made to fit several irons. When the iron in use is cooled, another hot iron could be taken from the stove with the handle and the first one put back on the stove to…

A brown wood mortar (pestle has been separated).

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