National Geographic November 1978


Masterwork on the Mall { The National Gallery’s New Masterwork on the Mall}
The National Gallery of Art’s spectacular new building was born as a sketch on the back of an envelope. Director J. Carter Brown tells the story of architect I. M. Pei’s double- triangle tour de force. Photographs by James A. Sugar.
Yakima, Washington’s Bountiful Valley { Washington’s Yakima Valley: Northwest Oasis}
Migrant Mexicans and enterprising Indians help make this one of the world’s richest agricultural regions, roamed by Mark Miller and photographer Sisse Brimberg.
Natural Gas- -How Much, How Soon? { Natural Gas: The Search Goes On}
Trillions of cubic feet of yet untapped energy lies within the planet’s crust. Bryan Hodgson and Lowell Georgia show unconventional new ways it is being unlocked.
Art Treasures of Dresden { Treasures of Dresden}
Ravaged by war and fire storm, East Germany’s Florence on the Elbe miraculously safeguarded a priceless trove of art. John Eliot and Victor R. Boswell, Jr. , detail its wonders, some now on tour in the United States.
Flashlight Fish of the Red Sea
Zoologist Eugenie Clark and photographer David Doubilet dive by night to study the ethereal Photoblepharon – – eyelid of light.
Pilgrimage to Mecca
Fulfilling a basic Muslim duty, Islamic scholars Muhammad Abdul- Rauf joins the annual hajj to the spiritual center of one- fifth of earth’s peoples. Photographs by Mehmet Biber.
Where the River Shannon Flows
Allan C. Fisher, Jr. , and Adam Woolfitt follow Ireland’s longest stream from gentle lakes to wide Atlantic estuary.

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