National Geographic : 1935 Mar
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE r inlay r'fotograpn by t-lltton Adams AFTER A MORNING'S ANGLING ON "BIG WINNIE" (WINNIBIGOSHISH LAKE) Minnesota is a sportsman's paradise. In not more than a day's drive of his home, any Minnesotan may reach a good fishing ground where pike, bass, crappie, muskellunge, or lake trout is abundant. @ National Geographic Society PERHAPS SHE DESIGNED Mention a flour mill and one's thoughts turn commodities produced in the city's more than Minneapolis was a headquarters for lumbering, but Finlay Photograph by Edwin L. Wisherd YOUR CHRISTMAS CARD to Minneapolis. Yet flour is but one of many 1,200 factories. Until about twenty years ago, now the industry has moved north.