National Geographic : 1962 Dec
KODACHROMEBY NATIONALGEOGRAPHICCHIEFPHOTOGRAPHERB. ANTHONY STEWART Atlantic Breakers Lather the Beaches of San Juan, Puerto Rico's Capital From the Government-owned Caribe Hilton Hotel in left foreground to old Spanish forts and buildings at the far end of the island, this picture spans 42 centuries. San Juan began as a settlement covering four blocks. To day its cobbled streets are swallowed up in a 30-square-mile city of 432,000. Capitol building appears midway down the coast at right. Bridge across the San Antonio Chan nel (left) links Old San Juan with newer and larger Santurce (pages 760-61). 757 N.G.S.