National Geographic : 1927 Mar
Glorious Playgrounds In the Orient Orient bound is adventure-bound. Across the Pacific are strange lands of 7i keenest interest. Japan with its beauty, its culture,its modern progressiveness, Japan, a scenic wonderland. Towering peaks, gorgeous valleys, teeming cities. "' Age-old China holds the lure of an ancient civilization. Here are quaint customs, religions that influenced and molded world history. Shanghai, Hong Kong, Peking-cities that have stirred the imagination of talented story tellers. Vast in its area, peopled by untold multitudes, China is 4! a land of mystic charm. Know the joy of visiting these lands. Go for your greatest experience. / And when you go enjoy the comfort and service of great President liners that are swift. Large rooms, all on the outside decks. Many staterooms have private connecting baths. Luxurious public rooms. Spacious decks. A dining /, service that is excellent in every way. A sailing from Seattle every fourteen days to Yokohama, Kobe, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Manila on the American Mail Line. From Los Angeles and San Francisco a Dollar Liner sailing every week for\' the Orient and Round the World. , From Boston and New York a sailing every fortnight for the Orient via Havana, Panama, California and Honolulu. And fortnightly sailings from Naples, Genoa and Marseilles for Boston and New York. Complete informationfrom any steamship or railroadticket agent or American Mail Line Admiral Oriental Line Dollar Steamship Line 32Broadway. ....... . New York 112 West Adams Street . . . . Chicago, Ill. 604 Fifth Ave. and 25 Broadway . New York 101 Bourse Building . . . Philadelphia, Pa. 177State Street . . . . ... Boston, Mass. 514 West Sixth Street . Los Angeles, Calif. 1519 Railroad Ave. South. . . Seattle, Wash. Dime Bank Building . ... . Detroit, Mich. Robert Dollar Building, San Francisco, Calif.