National Geographic : 1950 Aug
9 .anLonai l ,ecograpnicl aclet y A Farmer-Veteran in His Old Uniform Devotes Sunday to His Family Baby occupies an old-fashioned rocking cradle. Home-cured hams hang on the wall. The kettle swings on a "swee," a movable brass rod. Near this farm house in upper Teesdale a spring blizzard almost over took the author on her hike southward. 179 Kodachromes by B. Anthliony Stewart " A Miniature Thatched Cottage Covers a Teapot in Stratford on Avon Shakespeare, who lived in Stratford, did not mention tea in any of his works, for he never saw the "national beverage." Tea was introduced to London in 1657, four decades after the poet's death. The price was $30 to $50 a pound.