National Geographic : 1968 Jun
,UALn UMn UY M. LEON LOPLZ (ABOVEI ANDCHRWF1,OPR , KN[GIII (( NGS. Shaded by elms, shadowed by history, Castine quartered British soldiers during the Revolution. Later, near the Unitarian Church, right, an abolitionist sheltered slaves escaping to Canada. Smoke rises from a dockside building of the Maine Maritime Academy, whose cadets train aboard the gray-hulled Stale of Maine. In 1945, as the Ancon, she served as press headquarters for the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay. Proud moment comes to Dr. Richard I). Hush and his family at Bowdoin, a liberal arts men's college in Brunswick. Here during last June's commencement -the school's 162d-Mrs. Bush pins second lieuten ant's bars on her graduat ing son, Edward, one of 20() officers commissioner at ROTC ceremonies. Later, 92-year-old D)onald B. Mac Millan, last survivor of the Peary polar expeditions, was guest of honor at the dedication of Bowdoin College's Peary- MacMillan Arctic Museum. X..