National Geographic : 1931 Sep
COASTING THROUGH THE BAY STATE MASSACHUSETTS' GOLD-DOMED STATEHOUSE CROWNS BOSTON'S BEACON HILL The central part of the building is of red brick and was completed 133 years ago. Wings of white marble were added decades later. (g) National Geographic Society Natural Color I'hotographs by Cullton Adams LONGFELLOW'S FLOWING VERSES IMMORTALIZE WAYSIDE INN Set in a grove of magnificent oaks near Sudbury, this venerable hostel was the scene of the poet's "Tales of a Wayside Inn." In recent years the tavern has been rehabilitated by Mr. Henry Ford as a museum of the life, manners, and implements of colonial New England.