National Geographic : 1931 Dec
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE THE GARB AND MANNER OF A CENTURY AGO IN TUSCALOOSA A scene from a pageant, staged in period costumes by students, celebrating the State University's hundredth birthday. Built prior to 1830, the residence is the home of the institution's president. (o) National Geographic Society Finlay Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd RIVALRY IS KEEN AMONG MOBILE GARDEN LOVERS The culture of azaleas arouses especially active competition. Many amateur gardeners have culti vated bushes of great size and age, some of which have sold at high prices.