Vose Library, located at 392 Common Road in Union, will exhibit Douglas Coffin’s editorial cartoons through April 30.

Coffin was the editorial cartoonist for The Waldo Independent from 1985 to 2008 and portrayed Belfast through his cartoons. His single-panel, black-and-white cartoons were a popular feature of the upstart Waldo Independent — a Belfast-based weekly newspaper that from 1985 to 2008 provided lively competition to the deep-rooted Republican Journal, offering an alternative perspective on local news and issues.

Coffin has also carved letters in stone by hand for memorials, gravestones, donor walls and buildings for 32 years. His daughter joined him in the enterprise 10 years ago; their business is called Coffin & Daughter.

The library is currently open for curbside pickup and in-person by appointment.