National Geographic : 1939 Mar
© National Geographic Society "HONEYSUCKLE," THIS MAMMY CALLS HER WILD AZALEAS The pipe-smoking vender in front of Charleston's City Hall uses the name commonly but incorrectly applied in the South to blooms like those in the pail. This flowering shrub often is known as "white, or false, honeysuckle." Kodachrome Photographs by±i.Anthony Stewart THEIR SUNSHADE LURES VISITORS TOBELLE ISLE GARDENS Negro boys, one dressed asagirl toattract more attention, sitatthe entrance to the showplaceon Winyah Bay, north ofCharleston. They extol the merits of the gardens topassing motorists.'