National Geographic : 1936 May
628 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph by Melville Bell Grosvenor FATHER, WHITE-CAPPED MOTHER, AND TWO LITTLE SONS OUT FOR A STROLL They are sight-seeing in the busy port of Cherbourg, where, as in more remote parts of Normandy, one sees the old and the new curiously blended. On one side are parked high-wheeled hooded carts, while down the street comes a big open motor bus. © Donald McLeish BOBBINS WHIRL AND CLICK AS YOUNG GIRLS OF BAYEUX MAKE LACE Using pillows as bases, they rapidly work the pattern with the pins, to which the threads are attached. Delicate fabrics they themselves have made adorn the collars of the two girls in front.