National Geographic : 1929 Mar
The E1WPI EEILU G RCIB Y L with in;_s You never know at what instant you'll have a chance at a picture that will be precious to you for life. The one camera in which you can watch each moment's fleet ing expression exactly as your negative will "see" it-the Graflex. '4 '4 '4 And now there's a simplified Graflex priced within everybody's reach. 3%'x 4%"W-$80. Other models $85 to $375. FEATURED BY THE BEST DEALER EVERYWHERE F SIMPLE SIMPLY LER AFEXT CE NEW YOE FOLMER GRAFLEX CORP. ROCHESTER. NEW YORK BEAUTY - with Peaceful SECLUSION H AVE YOU a garden... an open lawn ... or large side yard? You are justly proud of their beauty! Yet you cannot know the full joy of using them until you experience the tran quil privacy and the gracious protection afforded by Dubois-the rustic barrier that for centuries has hidden away the rarest gardens of France. Originally introduced to America by the own ers of large estates, the charm and versatility of Dubois quickly started the present vogue for its use in suburban communities, city back yards and a multitude of other places where artistic screening had never before been possible at moderate cost. Strong, weather proof, giving years of service without paint or any upkeep expense, Dubois is as practical as it is beautiful. There is only one Dubois fence; you are cautioned againstimitations.It is made in France, of live, split chestnut saplings, woven closely together with rust proof Copperweld wire. It comes in five-foot sections, ready to erect, and in three heights: 6' 6"; 4' 11" and3' 10" DUBOIS Woven Wood Fence See it at leading Flower Shows: CHICAGO . BOSTON Feb. 23rd to March 3rd March 19th to 23rd NEW YORK, March 11th to 16th BUFFALO, April 6th to 14th ROBERT C. REEVES CO. 101 Park Avenue, New York Ie willgladly sendillustratedcatalogshowing many interesting Dubois uses, and price list. Write Name and Address in margin below: "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."