National Geographic : 1929 May
604 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE I..e .' * *-yr'<* * 4h.y rt0 © Donald McLeish STATELY KING'S GATEWAY GIVES ENTRANCE TO TRINITY COLLEGE The lower half of the portal dates from the time of Edward IV, the upper from that of Henry VIII, whose stone image stands guard on its outer side. Trinity, the largest college in England, was founded by Bluff King Hal in 1546 by the amalgamation of several earlier units. Like King's College (see illustration, page 607), it is a part of Cambridge University. Note the large number of bicycles parked at the right.