UMaine’s Fogler Library has scanned all past issues of the Maine Forester yearbook, preserving this unique publication and providing easy online access. Throughout its 80-year history, the Maine Forester has portrayed a timely snapshot of the School and profession, along with wonderful photographs of students, faculty, and the Maine woods. Past issues include amusing sketches and the occasional “ode-to-life” in the Maine woods.

Sparsely published in the 1920s and 1930s, Maine Forester appeared annually from 1936 to 1941, taking a hiatus during WWII. By the late 1950s, the yearbook adopted a larger format similar to UMaine’s Prism yearbook. Special features are scattered throughout, including a 1971 guest article by Senator Edmund S. Muskie.

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Browse the The Maine Forester Collections:

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 1920s

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 1930s

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 1940s

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 1950s

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 1960s

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 1970s

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 1980s

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 1990s

The Maine Forester Yearbook for the 2000s