National Geographic March 1927
Nicaragua, Largest of Central American Republics
A short photo essay discusses Nicaragua’s legacy of instability, which may be remedied by improved transportation, communication, and continued export of agricultural goods to the U. S.
The Green Mountain State
One of the most truly American states, Vermont’s assets include its people, the sons and daughters reared among her rugged hills and beautiful lakes, and their enterprising spirit.
Ireland: The Rock Whence I Was Hewn
An Irishman exults in his homeland: grand feudal fortresses, thatched cottages, magnificent scenery, and hardworking, loyal citizens.
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