National Geographic : 1931 Mar
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE RED HORSE HOTEL, OF "SKETCH BOOK" FAME Washington Irving once stayed at this old Stratford hostelry and praised it unforgettably. His room is kept as he described it, with the poker treasured as "Geoffrey Crayon's scepter." The allied inn, the Golden Lion, was the Sign of the Peacock in Shakespeare's day. )y auLonaui 'eograpnic society Natural Color 'hotographs by Clifton Adams HERE MAY ONE WELL "LOSE AND NEGLECT THE CREEPING HOURS" Stratford-on-Avon's White Swan once stood in the Forest of Arden; and its beams and rafters, smoke-blackened by 16th-century fires, are from the oaks among which Shakespeare's fancy sent (rlando to the "desert inaccessible" of "As You Like It."