National Geographic : 1935 May
SPRING SENDS A ROARING TORRENT OVER MOXIE FALLS Swollen brooks and melting snows make a foaming cataract of this tumbling stream that has cut its own gorge where it plunges toward the Kennebec River through the deep-woods country. No well-marked trails lead to it, and he must search diligently who would view the fall. Photographs by B.Anthony Stewart WILL THE ELM BLIGHT DETHRONE THESE MONARCHS? Leaves suddenly wilted are the first signs ofthe baneful disease, now being vigorously combated by State and Federal Departments ofAgriculture. These splendid trees alongBroadway, Bangor, are far removed from the infected area that lies chiefly within a50-mile radius ofNew York City.