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Our volunteers will be at the Farmers' Market, concerts and various events with PVA merchandise.
Or you can email us to purchase any of our gift items. Scroll down to see some of our
Pawtuxet Village merchandise. Great for gifts... especially friends and family who are out of state.
Show your pride with a PVA polo shirt
Quality 100% cotton short sleeve polo shirt with ribbed sleeeve and collar. Colors: Navy and khaki. Sizes for men and women.
Reduced to $20.00 ea. or 2 for $35.00 !!
Maxwell Mays Poster of Pawtuxet
Maxwell Mays was a prominent Rhode Island artist who grew up in Pawtuxet Village. He created many well-loved paintings of Pawtuxet as well as other notable scenes throughout the state. PVA offers a colorful poster depicting the village of Max's memories. A portion of the proceeds were used to restore a wall mural in Max's house at his 295 acre home in Coventry, which he donated to the Audubon Society upon his death.The Maxwell Mays Wildlife Refuge can be visited to walk the extensive and beautiful nature trails.
The booklet of Maxwell Mays' Musings is included with purchase of the poster.
Poster available through Twice Told Tales, Broad St., Pawtuxet or firstname.lastname@example.org
Maxwell Mays' Musings of Pawtuxet & Edgewood
We've prepared a booklet titled "Maxwell Mays' Musings of Pawtuxet & Edgewood".
Photographs of Max's boyhood and his time in Pawtuxet are sprinkled through the
pages which are filled with the humorous storyteller's tales of his childhood in Pawtuxet
Learn where his grandfather lived and which street was named for his aunt... which house
did his sister live in when she married well? You'll enjoy Max's humor as you relive his early years on these familiar streets.
The booklet is a bonus when you buy the Maxwell Mays poster.
If you would like a copy of the booklet, it is available by contacting us through
email@example.com or find it at Twice Told Tales in the village.
Reproduction Maps c. 1890
Reproduction maps suitable for framing make a great gift
or - an interesting conversation piece in your home or office.
Maps are available by contacting us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or at
Twice Told Tales on Broad Street in Pawtuxet Village.