Historical Marker Program

In 2012 the Maynard Historical Commission launched a program that highlights important buildings and landmarks with permanent historical markers.   The goal of this program is to bring attention to visitors and residents alike of the historical significance of many parts of our town.

Each year the Commission reviews the list of historically significant properties and selects one or more to receive the markers (working with the property owners).


Current Markers

Silas P. Brooks House & barn 88-90 Summer St.
Levi Smith House / Red Fox Inn 178 Great Rd.
Red Brick School House 101 Summer St.
Powder Mill Workers’ House 116 Powder Mill Rd.
Powder Mill Workers’ House 118 Powder Mill Rd.
Lucius Maynard House & barn / Gibson Farm 114 Summer St.
Amory Maynard House (1st) 145 Main St.
St. Bridget’s Church & rectory (Abel Haynes House) 1 Percival St.
Masonic Block / Maynard’s Block 100 Main St
W. B. Case Block & annex 28-30 Nason St.
Concord, Maynard & Hudson Street Railway Powerhouse / St. Casimir Church 65 Great Rd.
Concord, Maynard & Hudson Street Railway Car Barn 63 Great Rd.
Erikson’s Dairy Building & Ice Cream Stand 10 Great Rd.
Jonathan Smith House 174 Great Rd.
Holy Annunciation Church 15 Prospect St.
Asa Dexter Smith House 40 Concord St.
Cleary & Williams Dry Goods Store 32-36 Main St.
Maynard Trust Company 81 Main St.
Union Congregational Church 82 Main St.
Susan Smith Ladies Boarding School 166 Great Rd.
Coolidge School 12 Bancroft St.