Next time you visit your local library, look for posters and bookmarks featuring Maine Memory Network.
The materials were recently sent to every public library in the state as part of a toolkit that promotes the role that libraries can play in fostering interest in Maine history.
There are five different posters, and five bookmarks–all with fascinating, provocative, charming images. A little lady with a jackhammer, elephants on the streets of Biddeford in 1910, a colossal statue of “Faith,” and a woman with a carcass of a bear hanging on a tree next to her are just a few hints to whet your appetite.
Click here to learn more and download copies!