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1919 Kingston New Hampshire 225th Anniversary Celebration Celluloid Pin Back Button
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1919 Kingston New Hampshire 225th Anniversary Celebration Celluloid Pin Back Button
Kingston   New Hampshire   New England   Anniversary   Event   Celebration   Advertising   Badge   Pin Back Button   Celluloid   History   Historic
The picture shows a front and back view of this 1919 Kingston New Hampshire 225th Anniversary Celebration Celluloid Pin Back Button. The pinback button is imprinted in red and blue on an aged white celluloid background. It has a paper insert in the back with a union mark and the remains of a blue ribbon which is missing. It is marked on the two sides as follows:

1694 - 1919
KINGSTON, N.H.

BOSTON BADGE CO.
BADGES, BUTTONS
338 WASH'N ST.
BOSTON

The pin back button measures 1-1/4'' wide. It appears to be in excellent condition with a missing blue ribbon as pictured. Below here, for reference, is some additional information about Kingston, New Hampshire:

Kingston, New Hampshire
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Country: United States
State: New Hampshire
County: Rockingham
Incorporated: 1694
Government: Board of Selectmen
Area:
Total 20.9square miles
Land, 19.6square miles
Water 1.3square miles
Elevation: 135 feet (41 m)

Kingston is a town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, United States. The population at the 2010 census was 6,025.

History
Kingston was the fifth town to be established in New Hampshire. Originally, it was a part of Hampton, New Hampshire. After King Philip's War, the establishment of new settlements was made possible by peace treaties with the local Indian tribes and, in 1692, by geographical and jurisdictional agreements between the provinces of Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Consequently, certain residents of Hampton, New Hampshire petitioned for a grant of a separate township to be created from the western part of Hampton. And so, in 1694, King William of England granted a royal charter establishing the town of ''Kingstown'', so named in honor of the King. Use of the title rather than the King's name was common at the time. The original charter still exists to this day.

Historic district
The Kingston historic district encompasses the town center of Kingston. Historic buildings and sites within the district include the Kingston town hall; the Josiah Bartlett House, home of the second signer of the U.S. Declaration of Independence; the First Universalist Church; the Sanborn Seminary; the Nichols Memorial Research Library; the Kingston Historical Museum (housed in the town's first fire house); The 1686 House restaurant; the Masonic building; the Cemetery at the Plains (where Josiah Bartlett is buried); the Church on the Plains, and the Grace Daley House and barn, home to the town's first church owned parsonage (1835).

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1919 Kingston New Hampshire 225th Anniversary Celebration Celluloid Pin Back Button


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