National Geographic : 1935 Nov
RAMBLES THROUGH ULSTER, NORTHERN TIP OF THE SHAMROCK ISLE "WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING, THEY STEAL YOUR HEART AWAY" These Ulster youngsters mistook the author for their uncle who lives in America and " is tall and skinny like you." They dwell with their mother in the " gate-cottage " of an estate near Lisburn. © National Geographic Society Finlay Photographs by Bernard F. Rogers, Jr. KING WILLIAM OF ORANGE PRESENTED THIS SILVER MACE TO LONDONDERRY Inscribed with the Royal Coat of Arms, it "lies in state " in the Guildhall, or city administration building. "Derry" won the title "Maiden City" when it withstood three British sieges memorialized in a song, "The Maiden on her throne, boys, shall be a Maiden still."