What's In A Picture?
Before Facebook, social networking in Maine meant chatting with the bread man.
This dramatic rescue involved more than its share of heroics.
For weirdness, Roswell had nothing over Maine in 1962.
An Alaskan hero brought his best friend to Maine back in 1927.
Woe be the wanderer who found himself in this Belfast seat.
Maine’s most famous senator wasn’t afraid to get her hands dirty.
A fund-raiser in 1913 brought out some unusual models.
The hopes of Goose Rocks floated with this “houseboat” in 1951.
- By: Joshua F. Moore
Talk about the best seat in the house. As if this 1898 swing erected at the summit of Mount Battie in Camden were not the perfect perch, photographer Theresa Parker Babb decided to have some fun by leaning a ladder against the rough-hewn posts. She then persuaded these three unidentified ladies to climb the ladder backwards, creating the illusion of the women practically standing on top of each other. A three-masted schooner is visible in Camden Harbor, at lower right, completing its final fitting-out at Holly Bean’s yard on Sea Street.