National Geographic : 1934 Jun
AT BEREA COLLEGE MOUNTAIN FOLK LEARN USEFUL TRADES The school pioneered in the revival of the home arts, long practiced in the State's isolated sections. The town of Berea nestles three miles north of a mountain gap over which Daniel Boone and many early settlers entered Kentucky. Finlay Photographs by Edwin L.Wisherd THE GOLDEN FLEECE FESTOONS THE WALLS OF MAMMOTH CAVE This roseate formationofflowing stone was deposited through the ages by billions of tiny dropsof water, each of which, after dripping from the roof, left a microscopic bitoflime. The rock icicles decorate the new entrance hall.