National Geographic : 1920 Aug
WHEN John Hull, the mint master of the Massachusetts Bay Colony,gave his daugh ter her weight in pine tree shillings as a dowry, he knew that every coin was full weight-and of exact fineness. These silver pine tree shillings the first coins minted in any of the colonies-well typify the painstaking care and sterling honesty of Puritan New England. And today this same quality is evident in New England manufactures-in a thousand and one products made better in New England than elsewhere, and at less cost. The Old Colony Trust Company, by close association with New Eng land's greatest industrial projects and developments, by familiarity with New England conditions and re sources, is in an unusually favorable position to furnish reliable information and to execute financial commissions promptly and economically. We in vite correspondence. Come to New England. Enjoy the delights of shore and mountain. Famil iarize yourself with her enormous industrial development. Visualize her tremendous growth as a market for goods and as a field for intensive in dustrial and commercial extension. We shall be glad to send you our illustrated booklet, "New England Old and New"-issued in commem oration of the three hundredth anni versary of the First Pilgrim Landing. Please address Department D. OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY BOSTO i "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"