By Arthur Penniman, Chairman, Publicity Committee
Hampton Union, Thursday, August 25, 1938
Hazle Leavitt Smith
- 1938 -
The Publicity Committee will sell the "Goody Cole" and "Colonial Hat" Tercentenary signs at seventy-five cents each or one dollar a pair. They will make fine permanent souvenirs of Hampton's 300th Anniversary celebration for your den or game room. The signs may be obtained at the Town Hall.
The Publicity Committee wishes to publicly thank Miss Vera Conant of Newburyport as local correspondent of several newspapers for the assistance and fine cooperation given this Committee throughout its preliminary publicity program. The Committee also wishes to thank Mr. Seavey and the Hampton Publishing Company for their acceptance of all material offered to further the publicity of Hampton's 300th Anniversary celebration.
[Footnote: These original Tercentenary signs can be seen in the downstairs stairwell of the Selectmen's Meeting Room in the basement. They were donated by Earl and Betty Blatchford in 1999.]