National Geographic : 1929 Mar
Laughing Malamute If you will check the cruise that interests you, write your name and address on the margin of this advertisement and mail it to us, we'll send you our Alaska Picture Album and complete information. Q Rates quoted in clude all expenses for the round trip summer fare from Chicago. (V) O 1-7,000 Islands Cruise, sixteen to twenty-two days visiting islands, vil lages and scenic waterways of the Passage . Linsi.e 2391 to $2668 O 2-Inside Passage Cruise, sixteen to eighteen days to Ketchikan, Juneau, S Mendenhall Glacier, Skagway, Taku B Glacier, over the White Pass and £ S Yukon Route to Lake Bennett, Sitka S and $28543 to $3196 OD 3-Southwestern Cruise, twenty to Z" twenty-two days to Prince William a Sound, Gulf of Alaska, Seward, Alaska S Railroad to Anchorage, Keystone Can yon, Columbia Glacier, Copper River and Northwestern R. R. to Miles' and Childs' Glaciers, Inside $38226 Passage....... 38 o 4 -Golden Belt Line Tour, twenty nine to thirty-one days to Ketchikan, Wrangell, Juneau, Cordova, Miles' and Childs' Glaciers, Chitina, Richardson Trail, Fairbanks, Mt.McKinley, Anchor age, Seward, Prince William Sound, Latouche, Valdez, Gulf of $55141 Alaska, Inside Passage . . o 5 -Yukon Circle Tour, forty days visiting principal cities of Alaska and the Yukon, such as Seward, Mt. McKinley, Fairbanks, Nenana,Tanana, FortYukon (Inside the Arctic Circle), Dawson, Whitehorse, Atlin and Skagway with stops at Ketchikan, Juneau $62500 ) and other Alaskan ports . y E.E . NELSON, Passenger TrafficManager SC32 Northern Pacific Bldg., St. Paul, Minn. NORTHERN IAcIrnc i .Y 217 Early Reservations Recommended! Route of the "North Coast Limited" '/ Nj '' z*N -*I ' ngland tle gateway to Iurope Away in the east where the sun rises-a little more than five days from New York- lies England-America's gateway to Europe...By virtue of her eventful history, because of com mon ties of history and language dating from the days when the two were one, Englandisthe best vacation land in Europe for Americans. Think of the England of the Washingtons, Franklins and Penns; of Raleigh, Frobisher and Rainier in the west; of Tintagel, with King Arthur and his knights in council; Glastonbury founded by JosephofArimathea. Then roam through romantic Somerset, Hampshire, Dorset and Kent to wondrous old Canterbury, see of every Primate since Augus tine, where the Black Prince rests. Follow the dawn to England and land at Ply mouth or Southampton and feel as if you were stepping into a landscape of Turner or Gainsborough. England, the natural door to Europe, is as dainty as a madrigal and really welcomes Americans. Quide No. 6r, containing full information, sent on request K. W. C. GRAND, General Agent 505 Fifth Avenue, New York GREAT WESTERN and SOUTHERN Railways of England L~~~~~~~~~LI ~~ ~~ ~ ~~ ~~ ~kl ~ "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."