New England Photography
The Blackington Collection — a priceless collection of 2,000 glass-plate negatives that captured New England life from the 1890s through the 1930s — had been forgotten in a box in the cellar of Yankee’s offices. Then they were rescued. They’ll often start, ‘I have a funny question. You may not be interested, but …’” As the [...] View Details
Susan Cole Kelly is a published photographer and author. She started her avocation as a New England stock... Read more
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Yankee Magazine launched its first digital fall photo contest in 2004 and continues the tradition today. View the... Read more
Our webcam is mounted at our headquarters in Dublin, New Hampshire, on the side of the Thomas Building, named for the founder of The Old Farmer’s Almanac, Robert B. Thomas (editor from 1792 to 1846). Our accounting, circulation, and information services departments are located in this building. The small photo at the right shows the webcam mounted on the side of the building. The webcam image is updated once a minute. See full view
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