National Geographic : 1946 Feb
The National Geographic Magazine Corn Drying on "Wigwam" Poles Forms Make-believe Tents for Terceira Children Each ear is stripped of husks save for strands left for tying. Regularly a supply is taken down for corn bread and porridge or for livestock. Distant towers are chimney tops. O National Geographic Society K dahromes, I'. 8.Navy, Ollicial While Sight-seeing in Angra's Main Street, American Navy Flyers Buy Fresh Plums For ten months before V-E Day Navy Liberators flew thousands of night hours out of Terceira on a U-boat hunt. Together with the day-flying RAF, they extended an Allied roof across the Atlantic.