I greeted the sun with a raised coffee cup and click of my shutter.
Mostly forgotten Harry Cochrane’s last major works have been hidden in plain sight for the better part of a century.
“I didn’t have a problem going out to Westbrook,” said longtime member and West End resident Tonee Harbert. “I know a lot of people did. It was just too far or too inconvenient.”
Last month, MHS was awarded a $149,000 grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to digitize, catalog and provide free online access through Maine Memory Network to 1,000 images in its early Maine photograph collection.