What's In A Picture?
The 1897 Bowdoin baseball team was a defensive powerhouse under future governor Percival Baxter.
Forty-eight years ago, Senator Margaret Chase Smith awaited the results of her first presidential primary.
A nineteenth-century marketing maven pitches the essence of Maine to the Big Apple.
Working the telephone switchboard in Brooks was dangerous business more than a century ago.
Tugboat skippers in Saco learned a wet lesson back in 1892.
A silly face belied dramatic changes in Maine’s air-travel industry in 1981.
FDR mixed work with fun while vacationing off the coast of Maine.
Time off in 1914 meant cool dips and boat rides in the Saco River.
War games in northern Maine were not a laughing matter fifty years ago.
Auto racing roared onto Old Orchard Beach in 1911.