National Geographic : 1938 Jul
Photograph by Willard R. Culver SOME PANTRY SHELVES AT BREMO ARE ON THE PANTRY DOOR Prepared food is placed by the cook in an open cupboard built against a door that turns on a central pivot to swing the dishes into the dining room, ready for serving. In many details the mansion at Bremo reflects the genius of its archi tect, Thomas Jefferson (page 47). Photograph byJohn Patric FEW HAVE SEEN THE PROFILE OFCcTHE FACE ON CARTERS HILL" But to passers-by on a roadnear Conowingo Dam theface inthe attic window has been a mystery since they rode inbuggies. Some local legends call ita death mask, others term it amummy. From anoldlady who lives intheshut tered house on Carters Hill, the author learned thetrue story (page 32).