National Geographic : 1932 May
WHERE THE WINNING OF THE WEST BEGAN AGRICULTURE ALONG LOW OHIO BANKS REMAINS PRECARIOUS In the 1913 flood, water submerged this farm and rose to the level from which the photograph was taken. The river plays weird tricks. If its rise and fall are gradual, the land is enriched by deposited silt; but if the current is swift, the productive soil is carried away. ,U iVianouai Oguapltic .oucl1ty r illay rnotograplls uy acoo tJayer TOYMAKERS CAJOLE RUBBER INTO FROLICSOME MOOD Automobile tires are far from being the only product of the rubber plants at Akron. One company manufactures 32,000 different kinds of articles, ranging from elastic bands to dirigible balloons.