National Geographic : 1920 May
WHEN the Pilgrims landed on the snow-bound shore of New England, and "ye 25 day, begane to erecte ye first house for comone use to receive them and their goods," the modern era of represen tative government and individual freedom dawned. During the coming year New England will cele brate the Tercentenary of the First Pilgrim Landing. Visit Plymouth, Boston, Salem, Concord-stand where "th' embattled farmers" of a later day fought in defense of American rights. The spirit of independence and sound progress that characterized old New England still holds -in government and industry-in finance and trade. Our extensive and completely developed facilities for banking, investment and trust service are yours to command. We invite correspondence. May we send you our booklet "Concerning Trusts and Wills," and our historical brochure, "New England-Old and New"? OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY BOSTroY "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"