National Affairs: Walsh's Bower

"The most marvelous combination of mountains and barren peaks, of glaciers, of rushing rivers, of wonderful cataracts ... the most lovely forests ... a beautiful group of cedar trees . . . wild flowers in the utmost profusion and startling beauty."

In a setting thus described by him to the Senate, grim-visaged Senator Thomas J. Walsh has a bower, a summer-home on the northeastern end of Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park, Montana. He owns two-thirds of an acre with a 150-foot lake frontage, purchased from the holder of the original land patent before...

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