National Geographic : 1938 Jul
©) National Geographic Society Dufaycolor Photograph by Willard R.Culver THERE'S ROOM FOR EVERY DELAWAREAN ON LONG REHOBOTH BEACH, RIVIERA OF THE DIAMOND STATE From near the mouth of Delaware Bay, an almost continuous line of narrow, grassy islands and peninsulas extends southward for more than 60 miles. Below Rehoboth are Bethany Beach, Delaware, and Ocean City, Maryland. Farther south, herds ofwild horses roam Assateague Island. Then come smaller islands, glamorous with tales of shipwreck and pirates. South of Chesapeake Bay is VirginiaBeach, the "Atlantic City" ofVirginians.