National Geographic May 1929


The Eagle in Action: An Intimate Study of the Eyrie Life of America’s National Bird
To get up close and personal with bald eagles, a team from Ohio’s Western Reserve University erects a steel tower, from which to observe and photograph the birds.
Highlights of London Town
Color autochromes take us toTrafalgar Square, Kensington Gardens, the Tower of London, and other scenic spots throughout this pivotal city.
Down Devon Lanes
A road trip through Devonshire’s harbors, hills, and hamlets enhances the author’s fascination with Britain’s southwest corner.
Through the English Lake District Afoot and Awheel
A multifaceted jewel of nature, the Lake District lies within the counties of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Lancashire.
A Tour in the English Fenland
First a forest, then a flooded land reclaimed by Romans, this region of fertile farms and marshes adjacent to the North Sea includes Cambridge University, founded by Henry VI.

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