National Geographic : 1934 Aug
THE TOP OF LORD NELSON'S MONUMENT COMMANDS A PANORAMA OF CURING YARDS A portion of the fishing fleet lies harbored to unload its catch on the ribbon of the River Yare, cutting through Great Yarmouth. Although some fishareiced and shipped fresh, the major portion of the trade is in pickled herring, packed in barrels. When the city sought to honor Nelson, thetown clerk, about toadminister the oath on the Bible, requested: "Your right hand, my Lord." -"That," said the naval hero, "is at Tenerife."