Brunswick has one of Maine’s broadest main streets. »Read More
Capt. Black, “he with the mittens”, caught this 62 lb. cod »Read More
“A real daughter of the sea.” Mrs. Mitchell “was brought up on the salt water »Read More
Eastport photojournalist Fred Milliken must have worked with a retired fisherman for this photograph.
A fisherman shows off an obsolete hoop net to photojournalist Alfred Elden. »Read More
McDougall & Keefe were Boothbay postcard publishers »Read More
Photojournalist Alfred Elden took several photographs of Muscongus Islanders »Read More
Herring fishermen with a dory filled with herring, probably taken in Eastport about 1935 by Alfred Elden. Catalog Number LB1995.72.155
To the right of the working crew stand John Noyes, foreman, and George L. Higgins »Read More
Successful businessman Richard Feyler poses as part of a major article on Rockland’s Seafood Festiva »Read More
Captain Henry Jones of South Bristol poses for a series on his new lobster boat »Read More
Clifford Colson and Roy Scofield, lobstermen from Corea, pose after a day on the water, tin lunch pails in hand. Ca.1955.
Frank Finnerty, a lobsterman from Peaks Island, painting his lobster boat on the beach. »Read More
Glendon Lowe of Corea, with a basket of lobsters. Published February 1955.
Frank Nunan ran his “Fisherman’s Supply Store” on his pier on Spicer’s Island, Cape Porpoise, ca. 1935.
This view is of Washington Village looking east. William Starrett’s Mill would have been located just out of sight on the left. »Read More