National Geographic : 1929 Apr
UNIQUE GIFTS OF WASHINGTON TO THE NATION GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS AT HOCKEY PRACTICE The fine recreational areas in the District of Columbia and vicinity, its splendid libraries, its art galleries, and its museums are invaluable assets to the National Capital's numerous institutions of learning. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd HORSEBACK RIDERS FIND A PARADISE IN ROCK CREEK PARK Riding is a popular sport in the Nation's Capital. A network of bridle paths runs through the larger parks and distinguished men and women from all over the world may be seen cantering away their cares. Connecticut Avenue Bridge spans Rock Creek's beautiful valley.