National Geographic : 1927 Mar
© National Geographic Society Autochromes by Clifton Adams " OUR PASSPORT IS THAT WE LOVED OUR COUNTRY " A daughter of Erin, at the left; stands beside the window box which brightens her cottage home (see, also,Color Plates VII and X). At the right two Belfast girls stop to mail a letter at a red "pillar box" of the Royal Mail. In Northern Ireland these boxesbear the monogramh ofthe British monarch. The SaorstAt Eireann (Irish Free State) uses the same type of box, painted green and labeled in yellow AnPuist by the Free State Post Office.