National Geographic : 1930 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE © Publishers' Photo Service AT LOW TIDE THE WORLD'S FASTEST RACE TRACK APPEARS ON DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA Dazzling white, of coquina and sand, this flat, tide-swept beach is so wide that 50 or more cars may drive abreast. Famous in the annals of speed tests, this beach has seen both motor racing triumphs and tragedies. Photograph by Clifton Adams THRIVING BENEATH A SLATTED SKY Acres of Cuban wrapper tobacco, three weeks old in April, planted under a slat shade. The harvest will come in June. This plantation is near the town of Madison.