National Geographic : 1936 Nov
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE NEW WORLDS TO CONQUER-ON SKIS! At such famed resorts as Pecketts, on Sugar Hill, near Franconia, New Hampshire, skiers can learn the fine points from recognized experts, many of them imported from Europe. Togs are warm but light, allowing freedom of movement. (q) National Geographic Society Finlay Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart CITY FOLK WITH SLENDER "SEVEN-LEAGUE BOOTS" STOP TO STARE AT PLODDING OXEN A citizen of North Conway uses old-fashioned ox power for some of his winter chores. Roads kept open by powerful plows bring distant skiing centers within easy reach by bus or automobile.