National Geographic : 1935 Sep
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE PEACHES NEAR BRIDGEVILLE RECALL ORCHARD GLORY Delaware's chief agricultural pride was this luscious fruit until blights known as the " yellows " and San Jose scale ruined thousands of trees and necessitated abandonment of the crop in many localities. Science is now gradually restoring the peach-growing industry. UI ivational jeograpnc -ociety rinlay rnotograpns Dy u1.Antnony stewart MILLIONS OF YARDS OF BRIGHT FABRICS ARE FOLDED MONTHLY AT WILMINGTON On the Brandywine, Joseph Bancroft and Sons Company operates one of the oldest and largest textile-finishing plants in the world. Near the outside end of each bolt to be exported to Europe is a gay lithograph. A peasant woman will make her dress with the picture as a breast ornament.