National Geographic : 1930 Mar
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE © National Geographic Society Natural-Color Photograph by Clifton Adams SALVIA ADDS ITS SCARLET BLAZE TO THE ATTRACTIONS OF WASHINGTON'S PARKS Large and small, there are 645 parks in the District of Columbia, covering an area of approxi mately 4,000 acres. They are centers of color and fragrance during the greater part of the year. © National Geographic Society Natural-Color rFotograpn oy James n. Lorset SPRING ARRIVES ON THE BANKS OF THE POTOMAC IN A MANTLE OF MANY HUES Potomac Park is a land of enchantment at this season. Within its borders thirteen miles of smooth motor roads, nearly seven and a half miles of bridle paths, a newly completed waterside promenade for pedestrians, several golf courses and a polo field make an irresistible appeal to lovers of the outdoors.