What's In A Picture?
Cash and Carry
Houlton farmers helped airmen walk the lines of neutrality shortly before World War II.
Hail to the Queen
One of Maine's biggest industries hatched a popular summer festival back in the 1940s.
Eye of the Beholder
In 1937 a photographer in York Harbor paid tribute to the big business of beauty.
During the Spanish-American War the U.S. Navy did indeed remember Maine.
A portrait taken in Livermore evokes the era of railroad vacations in Maine.
Mining put the North Woods town of Monson on the map - in more ways than one.
Some daring students and a careful photographer helped create modern-day Colby College.
The final view of this famous Maine photographer reflects upon a lifetime spent behind the lens.
In 1961 sorority sisters at UMaine Orono put a new twist on the cramming craze.
Attending school in Rockport during the Cold War was not as terrifying as it might seem.