National Geographic : 1933 Feb
WHERE THE LAST OF THE WEST WAS WON FINNS HAVE DEVELOPED THE GRAYS HARBOR CRANBERRY INDUSTRY Exchanging labor at harvest, these colonists pick the huge MacFarlands from the matted bushes. White lines divide the bogs into lanes to insure that no space will be missed. Though loyal Americans, the people enjoy games and dances of Finland in their community hall. © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Asahel Curtis IN TULIP TIME THE BELLINGHAM COUNTRY GLOWS WITH COLOR Many Dutch bulb companies have branch farms here, and the little town of Lynden, near which this field is located, seems a transplanted bit of the Netherlands.