National Geographic : 1946 Feb
"But Where Is the Money Coming From?" A City Father Asks a Disturbing Question as the Council Discusses Plymouth's Rebuilding Bombed out of office repeatedly, the Council members here meet in the city library. Behind the maces, which reflect the city's authority, the Lord Mayor (center; page 212) and his deputy (right) wear the robes and chains of office, and the town clerk is in a wig. Over theirheads hang the arms ofPlymouth. Its motto, "Jehovah's name is the strongest tower," was brought home to many during the blitz. Like Americans at a town meeting, Plymouth citizens (left) have the right tospeak.