National Geographic : 1920 Jul
7 ey 7(piJa14 , TOWARD the end of that first New England winter, "King Massasoit" and twenty befeathered warriors vis ited the little Plymouth settle ment and smoked the pipe of peace. They were received cour teously and treated kindly. The treaty then made was faithfully kept by the Indians and their Pilgrim neighbors for over fifty years. Probity is the proud heritage of New Englanders; and New England's solid institutions banking, mercantile and manufac turing-hew close to the line laid out by their Puritan predecessors. The Old Colony Trust Com pany has prospered by strict ad herence to this ideal. Through its trust department this com pany offers complete facilities for rendering efficient service and through its broad experience in sures all the advantages of a cor porate fiduciary. Come to New England and help celebrate the Tercentenary of the First Landing. We shall be glad to send you our illustrated brochure, "New England- Old and New" -is sued in commemoration of this historic event. Address De partment D. OLD COLONY TRUST COMPANY B"OSr Iid ii "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"