"J. Bartlett" Tavern Sign
Tavern sign: oval with raised edge; two twisted iron hangers at top. White background with black scroll at top. Below is a red-feathered eagle outlined in yellow with arrows and laurel sprigs in talons; a ribbon held in its beak. At bottom, a black band reading "J. Bartlett." From the Old Bartlett Inn in Kensington, NH.
Typewritten on jelly label on upper right of edging: Entry Signboard from old Bartlett Inn, Kingston, N.H., about 10 miles from Haverhill, on west of rt. 125 to Rochester. In gold letters repainted yellow on black scroll at top: 1838 In canary yellow on ribbon at eagle's beak: E PLURIBUS UNUM In gold on black band at bottom: J. BARTLETT
- Associated Building
- Original To Bartlett Inn. Original to Cogswell's Grant (Essex, Mass.).
- Object type
- Advertising Media
New Hampshire (United States)
- Descriptive terms
business (commercial function)
- 30 x 37 x 1.5 (HxWxD) (inches)
- Accession Number
- Credit Line
- Gift of Bertram K. and Nina Fletcher Little