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Founded in 1880, Sewall began offering aerial photography services in the 1940s. The photo archive the company produced captures aerial views of nearly every part of Maine, as well as various locations in New England, Alaska, Canada, and the southern and central U.S. Many regions were photographed multiple times over the course of decades. The collection includes 1 million images.
A small representation of images has been digitized is available to the public through DigitalCommons@UMaine.
Nature and Geography, Science and Technology, Forestry, Transportation
Photography | United States History
Size of Collection
100 linear feet (100 boxes)
Dates of Collection
SpC MS 1900
Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, "Sewall Company Aerial Photographs Collection, circa 1940-2014" (2020). Finding Aids. Number 491.