National Geographic : 1950 Nov
© National Geographic Society " Stone Walk and Venetian Bridge Jut Out from Sea Wall to a Graceful Teahouse More than one hurricane has been unkind to the latticed roof, a penalty the tiny building must pay for its unprotected but pleasant location. A grove of palms at right contrasts with the formal Italian gardens, from which subtropical vegetation is barred. Kodachromes by Justin Locke 4' An Ancient Roman Sarcophagus Serves as a Garden Fountain Basin Huge lead frogs from which streams play were designed and executed by the late Charles Cary Rum sey, distinguished American sculptor and poloist. Italian statues of the 17th and 18th centuries flank the garden terrace walk in distance.