National Geographic : 1938 Jun
rluLUglapil 1uy'jiir._. LOuueun SILENT FOREST AISLES, DIM-LIT, CATHEDRAL-LIKE--THEN, SUDDENLY, TWO DAINTY WHITE-TAILED DEER But this picture, taken near Tupper Lake, was anything but an accident. "It took about two days to coax the deer and persuade them that Iwasn't awolf," thephotographer says. In hard winters State game protectors keep deer from starving by feeding them a specially concocted "cake" ofsoybeans and molasses (page 719).