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January 30, 1961
Seven pages of color photographs show why Santa Anita, with its sparkling turf course, flowers and spectacular backdrop, is the most beautiful racing plant in the country.
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January 30, 1961

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Seven pages of color photographs show why Santa Anita, with its sparkling turf course, flowers and spectacular backdrop, is the most beautiful racing plant in the country.

Carleton Mitchell describes a unique cruise of the Aegean, a sea rich in history and filled with lovely islands whose people today still proudly reflect the heritage of the past.

The curious, carnival atmosphere of indoor track and field, a sport that sometimes is more like a circus, illuminates a striking group of photographs by Martin Nathan.

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