In an effort to encourage the use of FCTV – Public Access Channel 13 by candidates for election, I want to share with you the FCTV policy regarding candidates and the use of Channel 13, including the availability of the FCTV Community Bulletin Board for one page which may be changed out weekly.
The year: 1891. The place: Falmouth Heights. The objectives: Rest, quiet, and mental culture, in a campground setting. All these were promised by the Falmouth Summer Institute, organized by Rev. Charles Henry Washburn, pastor of the town’s First Congregational Church.
Reverend Henry Herbert Smythe, pastor of St. Barnabas Church. Not being boastful, he never made a fuss about his encounter with Lincoln. His brother, Arthur Harris Smythe, did more to keep the story alive than “Herbie” ever did.