Each day when I go to my study, I see a wood block print of two owls gazing at me with unblinking eyes. Ever alert, they remind me of the artist, who in his neat, fine hand, titled the print “Deux Hiboux,” inscribed it to the recipients and signed it simply “FMC 8-2-87.” In addition to his talents as an artist and friend in all seasons, FMC was a remarkable public servant in all three branches of the federal government and, with his friend and colleague Edmund S. Muskie, a creative political reformer for the State of Maine. Throughout his career he demonstrated that the art of politics was a noble calling, when dedicated to the cause of public service.
Donald E. Nicoll,
Frank Morey Coffin's Political Years: Prelude to a Judgeship,
Me. L. Rev.
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