National Geographic : 1935 Apr
454 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE IGHTHAM MOTE IS A DELIGHTFUL MAZE OF STYLES AND PERIODS An Early English crypt, a Decorated hall, a Tudor chapel, and Elizabethan outbuildings make up a pleasing whole in stone, half timber, and brick. Whether "Mote" refers to water ditch or meeting place is a moot point, but the swan finds the surroundings to his taste (see page 451). Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams MEN OF DEVON WON THESE TROPHIES IN "BRITAIN'S SALAMIS" Readers of Charles Kingsley will remember Bideford, where the author wrote a part of "Westward Ho!" These guns, preserved in Victoria Park, are thought to have come from the Spanish Armada galleon San Juan. The boy's bow suggests the weapons used by Kingsley's heroes in New Granada.