A visit to Pettengill Farm in Freeport, Maine is, indeed, a window through time revealing a fragment of New England's soul. Leaving the wooded road, vistas of fields and apple orchards surround the early nineteenth century saltbox farmouse perched high over estuarine salt marshes. We are transported back in time to the hardscrabble but simpler life of hardy New England families who once eked out a living on this saltwater farm. John G. Kelley's black & white photographs and Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr.'s essays provide us with an elegant and artistic lens to view this rare house and its isolated landscape. Paperback, 28 pages.