National Geographic : 1929 Apr
Cambridge a Glorious Adventure . forAmericans 1 Cambridge, the mighty and modern, is still steeped in the greatness ofyesterday. Picture King's College with its dream of lace-like vaulting. Venerable Peterhouse, founded in 1284. Emmanuel, mother of American universities, which sent seventy sons to Winthrop in America. Imagine the loveliness of the Tudor and the Renaissance-at their best in Cam bridge; the gentle sloping lawns; the world renowned river Cam; great old trees...bathed in a golden sun. Then leisurely wander to enchanting Ely, the home of the Watchful Here ward; to Wondrous Peterborough, to Sulgrave of the Washingtons; to Nor wich, Lincoln,York and Durham. The entire East Coast of England is a par adise of excursions intensely interesting to Americans. Cambridge will more than repay a visit. Write for the free illus trated booklet No. 64, giving full details and information. H.J.KETCHAM, Gen. Agt., 3 1Fifth Ave., N.Y. London and North Eastern Railway OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND "Drve'theWaters thisYeari In ,i Does three to six times the work of man with hand mower-at low operating cost-runs S close to walks, drives, buildings and shrub Sbery. Just right for lawns, estates, parks, schools, cemeteries and institutions. Simple - Sturdy - Quiet Has self-sharpening steel blades, safety disc clutch, high reel clear ance, 4-cycle air-cooled motor. SWrite for free folder. MODERN MACHINE WORKS, Inc. 198 Milwaukee Street Milwaukee, Wisconsin a Taround501TH AM ENICA DISCRIMINATING travelers choose the route of the famous " Santa" steamers for their comfort and luxury. Sailings every two weeks. via Havana and direct. New motorships "Santa Maria" and "Santa Barbara"now in service. Excellent Year-Round Climate PANAMA-1 Days-$250 PERU-32 Days--495 CHILE-BOLIVIA-46 Days-S585 AROUND SOUTH AMERICA-60 Days-$765 Diversified, completely arranged shore trips under direction of ship's officer GLACE LI N E ,'ON"IA.OVW". 'Q Si " '° " "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."