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    Eugene Thayer with his daughter, Ann, at 10 Nudd St. circa 1915

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    Aviator Amelia Earhart flew Waterville Mayor Eugene Thayer to Boston and then back to Waterville in 1933.

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    A grandfather clock, once referred to as the “oldest clock in Waterville,” is among the artifacts from the life of Depression-era Waterville Mayor Eugene Thayer that is now with his grandson in North Carolina.

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    A desk that Eugene Thayer used at Waterville City Hall during his tenure as mayor. After he died in office, the desk was moved to his Nudd Street family home and is now in his grandson’s home in North Carolina.

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    A young Eugene Thayer with his dog in 1893, 40 years before he took office as Waterville mayor.

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