The Hampton Union

Excerpts from Hampton's paper of record

The first issue of the Hampton Union (then called The Hamptons Union ) came out on June 14, 1899. In an effort to preserve some of the local information published in these papers, the library offers the following:
1899 -- Excerpts from some of the first issues of the paper
1901 -- PDFs of the March 22, 1901 issue
1906 -- One issue from June
1910 -- Hampton news from the entire year
1911 -- The August 3d issue
1916 -- A selection of issues
1917 -- A selection of issues
1918 -- Hampton news from the entire year
1919 -- A selection of issues
1920 -- A selection of issues
1921 -- A selection of issues
1922 -- A selection of issues
1923 -- A selection of issues
1924 -- Hampton news from the entire year
1925 -- Hampton news from the entire year
1926 -- A selection of issues
1928 -- A selection of issues

Related Stories

The 'Hamptons' Union Story
Information on the newspaper's founder Charles Francis Adams
By John M. Holman, Doris Bragg & Melody Dahl, Contributing Writers
Change of Ownership: The Hampton Union
When the paper changed hands in 1963
75 Years of Service to the Hamptons
Published for the paper's 75th anniversary in 1975
Recording Hampton History For 90 Years
Celebrating the paper's 90th anniversary when the town turned 350
The Hampton Union 's 100th Anniversary Edition
Published for the newspaper's 100th anniversary in 1999
All The News That Was Fit To Print, Rye Woman Shares Old Papers
Hampton Union , September 22, 2000
100-year-old Newspapers Bring Readers Back To Past
The Herald Sunday , May 4, 2003
The Hampton Union Gets New Editor
New editor Cal Killeen comes on board in 2004
Newspaper Moving Into New Digs
The Seacoast Media Group, parent company that owns the Hampton Union , are moving into a new headquarters at the Pease Tradeport in Portsmouth, January 2007.
Hampton Union Gets New Editor
Nancy Cicco to replace Cal Killeen as of January 17, 2011.
New Ownership for Hampton Union, Seacoast Media Group
Hampton Union , September 6, 2013