National Geographic : 1973 Apr
The way it used to be... You haven't missed anything. You just haven't known where to look. Where to find the old country inns... still, fragrant forests... clear lakes echoing Winnipesaukee's magnificence... rugged hills protecting the solitude of Mount Washington, highest peak in the Northeast. Somewhere here ,alone with a summer sunrise or a sparkling New Hampshire twilight, you're going to find a destination. And an old, familiar feeling of peace. Because this is one of the last corners of the country where America keeps promises to herself. For a free summer vacation kit, write: N.H. Vacation Center, Dept. 103, State House Annex, Concord, New Hampshire 03301. New Hampshire still is. You belong to Me. Look. If you're the kind of guy who'd like to think of catching the 5:15 in terms of a fish, you really oughtto live and work inMaine. For more information and a brochure, write on your letterhead, giving your name and title, to Mr. Richard Kelso, Director Develop ment Division, Department of Commerce & Industry, State Office Bldg., Room 4112, Augusta, Me. 04330. The Great State of Maine.