National Geographic : 1935 Apr
SPRINGTIME WREATHES A GARLAND FOR THE NATION'S CAPITAL Autochrome Lumire by Jacob Gayer FROM A RAINBOW FOUNTAIN SPRINGS THE CAPITAL'S TALLEST MONUMENT Within a few blocks of the heart of the city is the fountain and the adjacent reflecting pool, where on summer afternoons small boys sail miniature craft and in winter hundreds of citizens from colder climes indulge in skating. (0 National Lreographic society rinlay rnotograpn oy urren A. i£ouen AT THIS SHRINE VISITORS FROM NORTH AND SOUTH MEET IN REVERENT ADMIRATION Dignity, simplicity and strength mark this memorial of Colorado marble by Henry Bacon. Inside is a colossal seated figure of Lincoln, by Daniel Chester French. At night, graceful columns are etched against the trees and sky, and the Emancipator's kindly expression is brought out by lighting.