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Staples
131 Samoset St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Located in the Myles Standish Plaza, Staples carries a wide variety of office furniture and supplies suchMore as printer ink and toner, pens and paper, mailing and shipping materials and desk organizers. Computers, printers, fax machines, phones, cameras and other electronic equipment is also available. This Staples location has a Copy & Print Shop, a Tech Services Department and a self-service UPS shipping station. A knowledgeable and friendly staff and ample parking make this a convenient stop for a variety of needs.
Quintal Bros. Wholesale Fruit & Produce
11 Scobee Cir, Plymouth, MA 02360
The is the warehouse location for Quintal Bros. Wholesale Fruit & Produce markets. Produce is shipped from theMore warehouse to supply the company's stores, as well as local restaurants and other businesses in the area.
1620 Cremation
338 Court St, Plymouth, MA 02360
1620 Cremation is a funeral planning and solutions company that offers a range of services for clients, specializingMore in simple services and cremations. It offers cremation options, transportation to the crematory, paperwork filing, delivery of remains, pre-planning for cremations and 24/7 service. Additional options include death certificates, memorial services, scattering of ashes, shipping remains, personalized urns and newspaper notices. Check its website for details on services or for information on prices.
Pilgram John Howland Society
33 Sandwich St, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Society consists of descendants of the Pilgrim John Howland, one of the 102 English passengers who came to NewMore England from Holland and England aboard the ship Mayflower in 1620.
John Howland was born about 1592/3. He came to Plymouth on the Mayflower in 1620 as a servant to John Carver. During the Atlantic voyage, he was swept overboard and rescued. He also served as a member of the party that explored Cape Cod before the landing in Plymouth.

Come inside for a educational adventure of John Howland and this fellow Pilgrim forefathers.
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