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Framingham's Tercentennial

      The Framingham Tercentennial Commission has commissioned official commemorative memorabilia including a T-Shirt, Pin, Coffee Mug, Coverlet, and a Framed Color Print which are being sold to help raise money for the Town's 300th Anniversary celebration (in the year 2000)!

The Tercentennial T-Shirt

High quality, 50/50 blend, asst. sizes.
Only $10.00/ea.

      The official Tercentennial Logo has been printed in red, white, blue, black and gold on the front of these high quality 50/50 cotton-blend t-shirts, and the official Town of Framingham seal has been printed (in blue) on the back.   Buy it to wear!  Also makes a great gift.   Collectible!

The Tercentennial Mug

Large 14 oz. ceramic mug.
Only $6.00/ea.

      The official Tercentennial Logo has been imprinted in gold on oversized ceramic mugs available in black, red, green and blue.   Attractive and useful.

      Order a few! You'll want to use one of these jumbo mugs, and it makes a perfect gift for family members and friends.

The Tercentennial Pin

(Actual size approx. 1").
Only $3.00/ea.

      The official Tercentennial Logo has been cast into a golden pin with enameled black red, white and blue details.   The Tercentennial Pin is a perfect small gift for family members and friends (or for yourself) and is sure to become an instant keepsake.   Own a piece of history for only $3.00!

The Tercentennial Coverlet

Well worth the $60.00 price, the coverlet, created by We Love Country, measures (approx.) 46 x 68 inches and is fringed on all four sides.   It's 100% cotton, two-layer, Jacquard woven in the U.S.A., and is preshrunk, colorfast and machine washable.

   The coverlet design captures some of the history and spirit of Framingham, and includes images of the Official Tercentennial Logo, (designed by Richard Thorne, a Framingham student), the Town Seal, (designed in 1900 for the Town's bicentennial), The Framingham Academy, (the building now houses the Framingham Historical Society), the Memorial Building, (current Town Hall and newly renovated Nevins Hall), Village Hall, (built in 1847, the building with it's twin staircase ballroom and columned porticos is now rented out for weddings, meetings, and special functions), Cushing Chapel, (a WWII era hospital chapel now being restored),

Edgell Grove Chapel, (a beautiful stone and stained glass chapel located in the Edgell Grove Cemetery), Athenaeum Hall, (which served as Saxonville Town Hall, a jail, a school, and is now being restored also), Edgell Memorial Llibrary, (a stone fortress like building which now houses some of the collection of the Framingham Historical Society), and the Hollis Street Fire Station, (one of the last two high-Victorian era fire stations which remain in Framingham --- its tower was used to hang-dry canvas hoses after each fire -- the station is currently being converted to a Community Center).

      The coverlet is the perfect gift for family members and friends both near and far, and is sure to become an instant keepsake.


8x10 inch framed print..... $10.00 (same design as "Coverlet")
Baseball caps..... $18.00 (maroon, blue, sand color bill)
Golf Shirts..... $28.00 (white only)


   Tercentennial Memorabilia is available at the Memorial Building, Room 211, Monday through Friday, telephone (508) 620-4815 for additional information.

   If you would like to have a Framingham Tercentennial Memorabilia brochure / order form sent to you, please complete the following-

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Proceeds from sales benefit Tercentennial events.

Tercentennial Commission
Memorial Building
150 Concord Street
Framingham, MA 01702
tel: (508) 620-4815

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