National Geographic : 1932 Dec
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE ARCHERY IS A FAVORITE SPORT AT SWARTHMORE Among the noted educational institutions lending charm and culture to the Philadelphia district are: University of Pennsylvania, Haverford, Swarthmore, Bryn Mawr, Villa Nova, Drexel, Temple, and Franklin Institute. Swarthmore, founded by the Society of Friends, is the American head quarters of the Rhodes Trustees, through which Rhodes Scholars are sent to Oxford. iy ivalonai Teograpnlc society Finlay Photographs by Clifton Adams and Edwin L. Wisherd MODERN BETSY ROSSES MAKE A PRESIDENT'S FLAG The Philadelphia depot of the U. S. Army Quartermaster Corps manufactures many flags used by the U. S. Army, as well as quantities of uniforms, supplies and equipment. The photo graph shows one of the beautiful silk and gold flags reserved for the exclusive use of the President of the United States. This ensign was adopted May 29, 1916.