National Geographic : 1929 Mar
Vacation in the landc where some day you may live CAL FORN IA In the back of many people's mind is the thought: "Some day I would like to live in California." In the meanwhile, why not see California? Why not make a sum mer trip, while the highways are gay with holiday travelers and the railroad excursion rates are low? This is a state of immense variety. Eight hundred miles of it lies along the sea,-a distance as far as from Massachusetts to Vir ginia. Its two mighty mountain ranges contain streams stocked with trout; thousands of square miles of national forest for camp ing; five national parks. The cities, the hotels and resorts, and the radiant agricultural valleys are knit together by scenic rail lines and smooth motor highways. Here is every climate; golf and all outdoor sports; and some where-who knows?-the per sonal business opportunity which you have dreamed about, and which may let you live perma nently here "where life is better." To make the utmost of your far western vacation, buy your ticket, book your passage, don your hel- Lincoln Park, public golf course, overlooking the Golden Gate met or turn your front fenders for SAN FRANCISCO mer symphonies; and two great universities offering summer courses. San Francisco is the busi Central gateway to the whole (average summer temperature ness capital of the West. Pacific Coast vacationland. This 59 ° , and no rain), and is one of Let Californians Inc., a non is America's coolest summer city the holiday cities of the world, profit organization, send you a Here is the largest Chinatown sumptuously illustrated travel outside of China, quarters where book of 32 pages, describing San English is almost never heard, Francisco's haunts and scenes, gay theatres and restaurants, pic- and the California vacationland. turesque hills; smart shops; sum- It is free. I s B ETTE R,, CALIFORNIANS INC. Ji 41 Dept. 503 Yosemite, famed valley play- 703 Market Street, San Francisco ground, sevenhours dis distant from San You may send the free travel book, Franciso "California Vacations," to: N ame.................................................9 Address ........... .... ...... ...... ..... ...