HAMPTON: A CENTURY OF TOWN AND BEACH, 1888-1988Back to Table of Contents
Chapter 10 Photographs
Maintaining Law and Order
The Police Department and the Local Courts
(Note: Page numbers are from Mr. Randall's book.)
Page 360: Policemen, left to right, Edwin G. Towne, Lloyd (Pat) Ring, Chief John Malek, Abbott Young, and John Marston. Paul Marston photograph. Courtesy Beverly Ring Prakop and Lloyd C. Ring, Jr.
Page 369: William Stickney, Sr., Hampton's first motorcycle policeman, with his own bike, in front of the Hampton Beach police station, ca. 1930. Courtesy William W. Stickney.
Page 373: William Kennedy and family, right, and Robert Moore and his family, just before the two men entered a fallout shelter for a test, an experiment that nearly killed them. A Colt Photograph. Courtesy Alzena Elliot.
Page 378: Clifford Eastman and an unidentified officer monitoring the crowd just before the beginning of the 1964 Hampton Beach riots. Courtesy Neil Prakop.
Page 386: The mounted patrol of the Hampton Police Department during the 350th anniversary parade, 1988. Peter E. Randall photograph.