National Geographic : 1945 Jul
© National leograpnic society nouacuiruom uy ouuerL r.iaon At Georgetown, Where the Channel Broadens, Bathing Beauties Get Sun Tan and Heat Relief Teen-age divers find the bottom deep. Tide and flood, soiling the water, spoil their fun. Key Bridge, 1,650 feet long, connects Georgetown, D.C., with Rosslyn, Vir ginia. It is named for Francis Scott Key, author of "The Star-Spangled Banner." In Georgetown he built ahome for his bride and fathered 11children.