National Geographic : 1937 Jun
THE WASHINGTON OF TRADITION BUILDS FOR THE FUTURE WASHINGTON AIRPORT RANKS FOURTH BUSIEST IN THE UNITED STATES Though it is unpretentious, 64 planes arrive and depart from its runways daily. The large ship at the left is a 21-passenger unit of the Eastern Airways' "Great Silver Fleet," flying between New York and Miami. Overhead sails the Goodyear blimp Enterprise. © National Geographic Society Dufaycolor Photographs by J, Baylor Roberts GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY GIRLS PLAY HOCKEY ON THE ELLIPSE One of the most popular recreation grounds of the city park system is this area in the south part of the President's Park. Public baseball diamonds and playing fields for other sports invite the athletic-minded out of doors.