10 Most Iconic Maine Photos of All Time
Down East staff writers examined photographs relating to Maine which spanned 175 years and selected ten they deemed to be most iconic. Included is a photograph taken by Joanna Colcord of her father Captain Lincoln A. Colcold rounding the Cape of Good Hope in 1900 aboard his ship the State of Maine, a photograph by Pulitzer Prize winner Jessica Rinaldi of Strider Wolf taken for the Boston Globe story The Life and Times of Strider Wolf, photos by George W. French of people on Maine beaches, photos by Eliot Porter of Maine landscapes, a photo by an anonymous United Press photographer of candidate John F.Kennedy's visit to Portland in 1960, a photo of Eastern Illustrating Company's "World Traveler Signpost,' a still from the Portland Jetport's security camera of the 9/11 perpetrators, photos by Robert Knudsen of JFK, photos by Kosti Ruohomaa of Andrew Wyeth and Alvaro Olson, photos by Neil Leifer of the Muhammad Ali and Sonny LIston fight, and Peter Ralson's Pentecost. [images]
Kevin, Brian; Ellison, Jesse; Williamson, Ben; Fleury, Kathleen; Waldron, Angela; Bischof, Libby; Wright, Virginia M.; and Sneddon, Rob, "10 Most Iconic Maine Photos of All Time" (2017). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 4677.
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