This souvenir booklet was published to be sold in Plymouth, features several famous sites and scenes relating to Pilgrim history, including Duxbury’s Myles Standish Monument, and the Myles Standish Hotel.
Alfred Stevens (“A. S.”) Burbank owned the Pilgrim Bookstore in Plymouth from 1872-1932 where he sold souvenir items.
Explore the publication, Pilgrim Town of Duxbury (ca. 1900), now available in flip book:
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This small booklet was published in 1896 by Frederick B. Knapp, the headmaster of the Powder Point School for Boys, as a marketing tool. Powder Point Hall, the dormitories of the school, became a resort during the summer and boarders would use the amenities otherwise used by the students throughout the summer. Knapp enticed guests to his property by highlighting the historic elements of Duxbury. The booklet also features several local advertisements.
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