National Geographic : 1932 Feb
NOOKS AND BAYS OF STORIED ENGLAND THE GARDEN OF A MOATED MANOR IN SURREY Fittingly old-fashioned are the herbaceous borders of 15th-century Crowhurst Place, near Lingfield, once the home of the Duchess of Marlborough. Early and late roses in alternate pillars insure continuous bloom. S) National treograpnic society Natural color rnotograpns Dy clinton Aaams BOY SCOUTS OF ABINGER HAMMER CAN REENACT HISTORY ON A SUNDAY HIKE Across the Surrey downs over which these lads will ramble, armies marched in 1066 to join battle at Hastings. The village treasures an 11th-century church, the old town stocks on the green, and a quaint clock with the figure of a smith striking the hours on an anvil.