National Geographic : 1935 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE "TWO QUARTS TO-DAY FOR GABLE COTTAGE" The Island milk is delivered in two-wheeled carts; some are horse-drawn, others are hand-propelled. Even in Cowes and in other large towns the houses are seldom numbered, but named. Photographs by W. Robert Moore A BOY SCOUT TROOP PARADES NEWPORT STREETS Fashion and shipping have taken to Cowes. Ryde is the metropolis, but Newport remains the business center. The sign, "The Island Furnishers," indicates how residents refer to "The Island," seldom to Wight, and if that name is used it is "The Wight "