WASHINGTON, D. C.
APRIL 27, 1930
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I The Atlantic gateway to tne Panama Canal. A picturesque scene from one of the parks at Colon, showing some of
Uncle Sam’s fighting ships riding at anchor in the port, ready to take part in maneuvers. ® Associated Press Photo.
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The Huguenots “land” at Charleston, S. C. Descendants of the original Huguenots re-enact the landing in 1680 of the
first French Protestants to flee to Carolina after the edict of Nantes. © Associated press Photo
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Midday relaxation for American tars at sea. Deck games or a nap on the sun-bathed
deck of the battleship California are the popular pastimes as viewed from the cage mast.
© P Si A. Photos.
At right: Royalty takes 7
a tumble. The Duke of '
Norfolk executes an eques- ;!.
trian dive as his mount %
stumbles in a steeplechase \
at Hawthorn, England.
A fair luminary of the English stage. Miss
Elsie Randolph, who has been gaining popu
larity in London productions this season.
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A new floating aerodrome for the British Navy. View of the
converted cruiser H. M. S. Glorious, showing the immense proportions of her
landing deck. £> Underwood & Underwood.
IN TWO PARTS—PART 2
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