National Geographic : 1935 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE AMID THE HILLS LIE PEACEFUL OLD FARMS Many of the rural homes and farm buildings are thatched. Cattle and sheep graze on the grasslands of the open chalk uplands, known as the downs. (c) National Geographic society Finlay Photographs by W. Robert Moore MASSES OF BLOOMS MAKE FRAGRANT THE YAVERLAND MANOR GARDENS The home, with three additional gables extending beyond this wing, is a fine specimen of Jacobean (early seventeenth century) domestic architecture. It stands only a half mile inland from the curving sweep of Sandown Bay, at the east end of the island.