National Geographic : 1925 Dec
South America FIOUR luxuri ' l.ous ships of .- J 21,000 tons dis F placement-the fleet of the Pan America Line. SEveryroomout side, nearly all With private bath; real beds (' -notberths.In any of them i your voyage to Old Market Place the wonder. Buenos Aires lands of South America will be a real pleasure. Sailing every fortnight from New York S. S. American Legion / S. S. Southern Cross S. S. Pan America S. S. Western World Buenos Aires calls' you now at its most .. delightful season. See this beautiful city--its stately streets, its magnifi cent race-track. An endless pageant of scenic beauty awaits you. You'll thrill to fascinating Rio de Janeiro, thriving Santos, gay Montevideo. Go to South America now. Ask your local Steamship or Tourist Agent or write PAN AMERICA LINE MUNSON STEAMSHIP LINE 67 Wall Street, New York Managing Operators I. SSM'' 'V Here Nature sets the stage with all the wonders of the deep-quaint places to see, old forts to explore, dungeons and mysterious caves. Take a Spring vacation this Winter where the trade winds blow-azure skies, joyous play-bathing, fishing, golf, tennis-peaceful rest at good hotels and boarding places, and the freedom of an English Colony. COME! 2/2 days' delightful sail from New York; 15 hours from Florida. Direct sailings weekly from New York; 3 times weekly from Miami (in season). Write for further informa tion to Munson S. S . Line, Pass. Dept., 67 Wall St., New York City Ward Line, Pass. Dept., Pier 13, East River, New York City Canadian Government Merchant Marine, Ltd., 230 St. James St., Montreal Na$$au "Isle ofJune" B3ahamas NASSAU'S BOOK FREE-MAIL THE COUPON DEVELOPMENT BOARD, Nassau, "Isle of June," Bahamas Gentlemen: Send your booklet in of Nassau-"Where Junetime breezes colors descriptive laugh at Winter." N ame............................................... A ddress.............................................