National Geographic : 1935 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE SASSO DI BORDIGHERA DROWSES IN A BED OF BILLOWING OLIVE TREES Where the Maritime Alps slope toward the Mediterranean Sea are rich groves of fruit yielding much of Italy's famous oil. From where the peasant girl sits side-saddle, the red-roofed houses of the village seem welded together. FROM CAMOGLI'S WINDOWS LONELY WOMEN LOOK OUT TO SEA The town's name means "The House of Wives," for graduates of the marine school here "up anchor" early in life to man Italy's merchant fleet, leaving their womenfolk behind. From America, tradition says, sailors brought back the idea of tall buildings.