The two photographs posted this week come from the series “Photographic File of the Paris Bureau of the New York Times, ca. 1900 – ca. 1950” (306-NT). I guess you can say the theme this week is historic golf courses.
Local Identifier: 306-NT-804-P-5 “Augusta, GA – “The Perfect Course” which has only 22 traps, known as the Augusta National Golf Club, laid out by Robert Tyre Jones Jr., retired amateur and Open Champion and Dr. Alister Mackenzie, as it appears from the air. January 10, 1933″
Local Identifier: 306-NT-804-C-D-3 “Toledo, Ohio – An aerial view of the Inverness Club course in Toledo, Ohio, where the competition for the title relinquished by Bobby Jones will begin on July 2nd. June 12, 1931”