National Geographic : 1932 Feb
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE INatuItai lolor rnotograpn Dy iernara waiceman EDWARD III ERECTED THE LAND GATE AT RYE IN 1360 Of three portals with towers to shelter longbowmen only this one remains to remind the old walled city of its days of glory as a Cinque Port. The fickle sea has left the town on an inland hill. Here in 1579 was born the dramatist John Fletcher. w ivauonai ueograpnic society Natural Color Photograph by Clifton Adams LITERATURE LIVES IN THE VERY SAND OF CHILDREN'S FORTS AT BOURNEMOUTH This seaside resort was "Sandbourne, Mediterranean lounging place on the English Channel," of Thomas Hardy's " Tess of the D'Urbervilles." Here Robert Louis Stevenson wrote " Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde "; and here, in St. Peter's churchyard, is buried the heart of the poet Shelley.