In 1888 Newell White started a print shop which he moved to several locations including Searsport and Knox before settling in Montville, Maine. in 1935 his grandsons Robert and Alden Hutchins took over the business introducing the name "Hutchins Brothers". After Roberts death in 1959 the business continued with Alden and Roberts widow Winnie Hutchins as principals. Since 1976 Roberts son Bruce has been the proprietor.
One of Newells primary products in addition to general printing was legal forms with titles such as Deed, Quit Claim Deed, Warranty Deed, Bond for a Deed, Recognizance of Witnesses on Appeal, Mittimus for not Recognizing on Preliminary Examination, Trustee Execution, and Complaint & Warrant After Seizure-Liquors some of which would have been used by Town Officials.
From the 1940s to the mid 1960s there was a substantial amount of printing of labels and other supplies for Post Offices throughout the US. Changes within the Postal Service lead to the ending of that specialty.
The major specialty has been supplies for municipalities in Maine.
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