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Executive Assistant William Lewis and Senator Margaret Chase Smith entertain friends at the Senator's home in 1949.

Executive Assistant William Lewis and Senator Margaret Chase Smith entertain friends at the Senator's home in 1949.

Senator Margaret Chase Smith testing the golf course she designed for President Eisenhower at her Skowhegan, Maine home, 1955.

Senator Margaret Chase Smith testing the golf course she designed for President Eisenhower at her Skowhegan, Maine home, 1955.

President Eisenhower grilling steak at Senator Margaret Chase Smith's home in Skowhegan, Maine.

President Eisenhower grilling steak at Senator Margaret Chase Smith's home in Skowhegan, Maine.

This room is aptly named the Eisenhower Room because President Eisenhower took a nap here while visiting Senator Margaret Chase Smith at her Skowhegan, Maine home.

This room is aptly named the Eisenhower Room because President Eisenhower took a nap here while visiting Senator Margaret Chase Smith at her Skowhegan, Maine home.

View of Senator Margaret Chase Smith's living room.  The expansive windows overlook the Kennebec River.

View of Senator Margaret Chase Smith's living room. The expansive windows overlook the Kennebec River.

Senator Margaret Chase Smith's kitchen overlooks the Kennebec River and was featured in the November, 1956 "Ladies Home Journal."

Senator Margaret Chase Smith's kitchen overlooks the Kennebec River and was featured in the November, 1956 "Ladies Home Journal."

View of Senator Margaret Chase Smith's combination of living and dining room.

View of Senator Margaret Chase Smith's combination of living and dining room.

Built in bookcase in Senator Margaret Chase Smith's living room.

Built in bookcase in Senator Margaret Chase Smith's living room.

Senator Margaret Chase Smith arranges flowers in the kitchen of her Skowhegan, Maine home, June 1955.

Senator Margaret Chase Smith arranges flowers in the kitchen of her Skowhegan, Maine home, June 1955.

formfollowsfunctionjournal:    Leon Leonwood Bean models his first Maine Safety Hunting Coat sometime before WWI

formfollowsfunctionjournal: Leon Leonwood Bean models his first Maine Safety Hunting Coat sometime before WWI

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