National Geographic : 1936 Sep
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE A BAREFOOT GIRL PUNTS PICNICKERS UP THE CAM TO BATHING PLACES NEAR GRANTCHESTER The trick in punting is not to get left behind clinging to your pole when it sticks in the mud ! Cam bridgeshire has numerous fens or marshes where skating races are held in winter. © National Geographic Scciety Finlay Photographs by Bernard Wakeman ONCE A CONVENT, JESUS COLLEGE PRESERVES ORIGINAL MONASTIC BUILDINGS The Priory of St. Radegund was already more than 300 years old when the Bishop of Ely sup pressed it in 1496 and replaced nuns with students. Thomas Cranmer, famed Archbishop of Canterbury, entered college here at the age of 14.