National Geographic : 1939 Dec
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE LlitoUglypll uy L.UWll L. vvi lneru A FINNISH TRAINING SHIP FRAMES A VISTA OF SAN JUAN HARBOR One of the busiest ports in-the West Indies, the Puerto Rican capital welcomes cruise steamers, men-of war, freighters, and humble fishing craft. Clipper planes, carrying passengers and air mail, link San Juan with Florida, South America, and neighboring islands. The three-masted schooner above has come from the Domini can Republic, on the near-by island of Hispaniola, with a load of charcoal. San Juan has modern electrical and gas services, but much cooking is still done over small charcoal braziers.