William Keller studying the vernacular landscape in Maine

07 May 2019 3:02 AM | Christine R Henry

Photo by Cecil Stoughton, White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, BostonIn looking at the landscape of the wharf in Midcoast Maine in the 20th century, William Keller is reviewing photographs in order to retrieve the spatial relationships between buildings no longer extant. Here, in a public domain image, the White House photographer Cecil Stoughton has captured a segment of wharf environment in addition to President Kennedy’s arrival sequence in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, in August, 1962.

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