From the unsigned “Letter from Home” column in our July 1967 issue.
From the article “Acadia National Park: Mountain Playground by the Sea” by Herbert J. Seligmann in our August 1959 issue.
From the article “Burning the Barrens” by Ken Textor in the May 1995 issue.
From the article “A Business Full of Beans” in our April 1981 issue.
From “Maine’s Champion Freestyle Skier,” by John A. Gould, in our March 1976 issue.
In a life rich with honors, Ragged Island was Edna St. Vincent Millay’s most treasured prize.
From the article “Hunting in Wildcat Country” by Arthur C. Rogers in our Winter 1960 issue.
A cabin on Mount Desert Island served as Julia Child’s home away from home.
From the article “Maine’s Flying Wardens” by Lew Dietz in our Winter 1955 edition.
In August 1965, we took a look at the last square-rigger to round the horn, explored Maine’s historic Conway House, remembered the Father of Acadia National Park, viewed the county where the sun first rises, and profiled Rockland’s “Maine Seafoods Festival.”
In August 1995, we explored Acadia’s other face, searched for the perfect lobster roll, had some fun climbing Mount Katahdin, visited Fitch’s General Store in East Sebago, and relaxed at daybreak in Ogunquit.