Chapter 23 photographs
HAMPTON: A CENTURY OF TOWN AND BEACH, 1888-1988
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Chapter 23 Photographs
Civic, Fraternal, and Community Organizations
(Note: Page numbers are from Mr. Randall's book.)
Camp Fire Girls
Page 804: Twenty-fifth meeting of the April Birthdays Club, a group of mostly Dearborn Avenue residents. Front row, left to right: Elizabeth Brown, Alzena Elliot, Hazel Coffin, and Marion Magrath. Standing: Norman Coffin, Sam Brown, William Elliot, Bradbury Brooks, and Leavitt Magrath. Courtesy Leavitt Magrath.
The Hamptons Post 35, American Legion
Oceanside Grange, No. 260
Page 813: Minstrel Show cast, primarily Beach residents. Front row, left to right: Mr. Tilton, Ed Langley, Clara Dudley, Mrs. Tilton, Mrs. Langley, Cecil Morse. Second row: Mr. Drew, Mrs. Drew, Mrs. Hobbs, Ken Ross, Gert Lamb, Elvena Ross, Mildred Mahoney, Third row: Percy Brown, Dan Mahoney, Gladys Janvrin, Tom Hobbs, Billy Lamb, Gert Hobbs, and Jimmy Janvrin. Courtesy MHGMHA.
Exeter-Hampton Lodge No. 2075, B.P.O. Elks
Boy Scouts of America
The Meeting House Green Memorial and Historical Association
Page 818: Elsie and Horace Batchelder unveiling the plaque, Founder's Park, October 14, 1925. Courtesy MHGMHA.
Page 818: Founder's Day parade, 1925. Charles M. Batchelder standing in the old Congregational Church pulpit, with James Perkins on right and Fred B. French of North Hampton, left. Courtesy MHGMHA.
Page 820: Golden wedding anniversary of Horace and Elizabeth Hobbs, July 3, 1917. From left, front row, seated: Stillman Hobbs, Ellsworth Hobbs, Howard Hobbs, Esther Scott, Luella Hobbs, and Eleanor King. Second row, seated: Aunt Lizzie Brown, Horace and Elizabeth holding Kendall King. Third row, standing: Russell Hobbs, Ardena Hobbs, Lillian King, Elmer King, Harriet Goodwin, Doris King, and Oliver Hobbs. Back row: Ed Lewis, Henry Hobbs, and Harrison Hobbs. Absent were Walter Scott, and Hubbard Goodwin and Horace Eastow Hobbs, both of whom were in World War I service. Courtesy Stillman Hobbs.