National Geographic : 1935 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE RING-NECKED PHEASANT IS AN "IMPORT" Six years after their introduction into Pennsylvania, 250,000 of the handsome birds-British with a strain of Chinese blood-were bagged in a single season. Farmers and sportsmen raise many young birds from eggs distributed each year by the State. U iN ational (eographic Society Finlay Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd THE WEDDING OF THE PAINTED DOLL-AT WILLIAMSPORT Gay dolls, costumes, and favors are made in this factory to serve as colorful decorations for every festival season from Easter to Mardi Gras. The bright paper novelties, twentieth-century products of the lumbering industry, find their way into every State.