Photos, Videos, Movies, Maps, Postcards
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Tufts Archives has a growing database of over 85,000 digitized images
for image reproduction or usage
Here is an sampling of the historic images
Pinehurst Graphics & Images
The following is a sampling of graphics and images
available for usage or reproduction
The Archives’ collection of postcards is hand-colored and printed from original photographic images. There are over 500 different colored images and many more in black and white.
There are hundreds of interesting maps of the Village of Pinehurst, and its varying parts. Many were created by Rassie Wicker, a talented, intelligent and true “Renaissance Man.” The Tufts Archives also houses numerous blue prints and architectural drawings of historic buildings.
The Pinehurst Outlook was the local newspaper, published from October, 1897 without interruption, until 1961, and then began again in 1975 until 1979. The decorated covers were usually the season openers or holidays and are varied in style and coloration. These are some examples of the covers.
Putter Boy Pictures
The Pinehurst Putter Boy was developed by Frank Presbrey, who ran an advertising agency in New York. After it was discovered that consumption was actually tuberculosis and was contagious, it was imperative to attract guests looking for recreation. The Putter Boy ads appeared in magazines such as American Living and Golf Illustrated and encouraged northerners to “Come to Pinehurst.”