What's In A Picture?
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.
Wrestling with the Babe
Don't even think about taking a swipe at the Sultan of Swat. That's the message home-run-king-turned referee George Herman "Babe" Ruth, at right, is sending to professional wrestler Manuel Cortez in this remarkable photograph taken during a match at the Portland Expo back in 1945. According to an account
Catch of the Day
Walter Tolman knows how to draw a crowd. From the group of onlookers, at left, who have gathered on the docks of the Lane-Libby Fisheries Company in Carvers Harbor to the piles of cod, hake, and pollock that cover his decks, the arrival of Captain Tolman, standing at lower right on the foredeck of his
Family bonds can be as strong as good, handmade furniture, as this early occupational portrait from Norway suggests.
Vintage photo of students engaged in raking leaves at North Yarmouth Academy about 1915. Location: Yarmouth
A 1917 tea party in Biddeford belies the fact that half the world is at war. Location: Biddeford
Vintage photo of a man atop a hay wagon, leaning to receive a dipper from a victorian-clad woman.
vintage photo of the Lewiston Auburn Wheel Club, including a few high wheelers. Location: Lewiston-Auburn