National Geographic : 1935 Mar
THE STATE OF SKY-BLUE WATER AND VERDURE GAY COPIES OF INDIAN CRAFT ARE PARKED IN RACKS INSTEAD OF BOATHOUSES. For a small fee, owners may rent a stall along the shore of a Minneapolis lagoon. Such scenes are common in the Minnesota lake region. In some sections of the State, to preserve natural beauty, highways are forbidden, and then the canoeist comes into his own. © National Geographic Society Finlay Photographs by Clifton Adams A RECORD-BREAKING PRIZE WINNER AMONG MINNESOTA'S HORSEFLESH Five times this Belgian draft mare, "Genese de Ergot," was declared a Grand Champion at the Chicago Livestock Exposition. Horse and cattle fanciers are legion in Minnesota, and dairying is a major industry.