City Flag — See Ch. 39.
§ 87-1Device and inscription.
§ 87-2Custodian of Seal.
A circle enclosing the legend in the rim: over the top, the word "HAVERHILL" and below, the words "SETTLED 1640, INSTITUTED A CITY 1870."
Inside the rim, a beaded circle enclosing the coat of arms: a shield; in top a right arm embowed, holding in the hand a shoemaker's hammer; on the right side a slipper and on the left a congress boot; in base a landscape with Golden Hill and the rising sun; on the right side two Indian wigwams; on the left a block of modern factories; separating the same a glimpse of Merrimack River.
Beneath the arms a wreath of oak and laurel, the oak on the left side, the laurel on the right side.
Crest, a mural coronet; in a scroll over the crest the Indian name of Haverhill: PENTUCKET.
The City Seal shall be in the keeping of the City Clerk, and all deeds and other legal documents made, given or entered into by the City, requiring a seal, shall be sealed with the City Seal.