What's In A Picture?
Computer trickery has helped blur the line between the Maine myth and reality.
A Saco cameraman captured his sister-in-law’s joie de vivre.
A Brownville prairie was a popular stopover for pilots in the 1930s.
A Portland newlywed graphically demonstrated her devotion in 1925.
This spring has seen many marketing ploys over the past 150 years.
Even the Maine fog couldn’t hide JFK, Jr., from the press in 1977.
Timing was critical for air patrols of Acadia during World War II.
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.