Nineteenth-century Maine has attracted copious attention from historians, but twentieth-century Maine has not - until now. Maine on Glass corrects the oversight, taking us from top to bottom of a big state in bustling times. Hitting the backroads in antique automobiles, slipping in and out of the decades between 1909 and the early 1950's, we visit boomtowns and migrant labor camps, people at work and play, farms and factories, lobster smacks and loggers, hotels and boarding houses, resorts and hunting lodges, board-and-batten one-roomers and opulent homes and MORE! Documented black & white photography throughout. Paperback. 210 pgs.