National Geographic April 1935
The Tanagers and Finches
The flashes of color and lilting songs of these birds gladden the hearts of American bird lovers, east and west.
Man’s Winged Ally, the Busy Honeybee: Modern Research Adds a New Chapter to Usefulness of the Insect Which Has Symbolized Industry Since Early Bible Times
Modern research adds a new chapter to the usefulness of an insect that has symbolized industry since Biblical times.
Wonders of the New Washington: Efficient Modern Structures Rise in the Biggest Government Building Program Since the Capital City Was Founded in a Wilderness
Viewed from land and air Washington’s new buildings enhance the clean beauty and strength of the capital city.
Summering in an English Cottage: Quiet and Loveliness Invite Contemplation in the Extra Room, the Garden of the Thatched House
Searching for the ideal cottage leads to the discovery of England’s quaint streets and wondrous gardens.
A Sunday in Mez?kövesd
A church steeple rising over low whitewashed mud houses symbolizes peasant life in a rural village three hours east of Budapest, Hungary.
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