ROBERT HINCKLEY OF REHOBOTH BELHAVEN LEAVES DELAWARE.
BELHAVEN HOTEL OF REHOBOTH BEACH 1917
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware Tuesday, March 13, 1917:
Robert Hinckley, proprietor of the beachfront Belhaven Hotel of Rehoboth the past six years is set to sell the hotel and leave Delaware. He has spent over $75,000, while living in Delaware, on property, and it's improvements and feels he has been a good citizen but believes he and many others have been treated unjustly as a result of recent legislation in this state.
Mr. Hinckley is an artist, a portrait artist, who has lived in Paris and Washington, D. C. as a gentleman of leisure and came to Rehoboth to have some occupation and meet with congenial people.
In Rehoboth and surrounding areas he is known to be well informed and is always entertaining to those interested in things worthwhile. He is holding personal friends with many of the times foremost artist of the world.
Abstract: Wilmington Morning News, Tuesday Marc 13, 1917 for, my Cap Gazette