National Geographic : 1925 Aug
ra 'h 4th annual SjCruise de Luxe oWeditcrra. (Limited to 400 Guests-less than Half Capacity) NiCKel Dtross action, you are sure to obtain a worthy instrument, for this By Specially Chartered Magnificent New 20,000-Ton obta ina wo r th y instrument, for this ICunard S. S. "SCYTHIA"'I Afamous action is found only in pianos Cunard S.S. SCYTHIA" and players of established excellence. S Sailing January 26, 1926-67 Days The Cruise of the "Scythia" has become an Since 1874 leading American piano annual classic. In every respect it is unsurpassed, makers have used the Wessell, Nickel & Egypt-Palestine Gross action-the world's highest-priced ' piano action. It is built by the oldest, Madeira, Spain, Gibraltar, Algiers, Tunis, Constantinople, largest and leading maker of high-grade Greece, Italy, Sicily, Riviera, Monte Carlo, France, England. iano actions. Look for the octagonal The "Scythia" is a floating palace, with spacious decks, trade-mark (shown above) stamed on lounges, veranda cafes, 2 elevators, gymnasium, commo- trade-mark (shown above) stamped on dious stateroomswith running water and largewardrobes; every Wessell, Nickel & Gross action. bedrooms and suites with private baths. The famous Cunard cuisine and service. (Only one sittingfor meals.) Stop-over privilegeInEuropewithoutextracost, returning viaS. S. "Aquita- WESSELL, NICKEL & GROSS nia," "Mauretania," "Berengaria,"or anyCunardLineSteamer. Est d14 NwYk x" Luxury Cruise to WESTINDIES,Feb. 17, 1926-26 Days Established 1874 New York City S By Palatial Holland-America Line Steamer "EENDAM" FRANK TOURIST CO. an 542 Fifth Avenue, New York 9yer or arodnp ,Piano SAtBankofAmerica,LosAngeles.582MarketSt.,SanFrancico /nsist on the 9esseI Nickel &-' 2AMBankr htSt., SanFrancisco 1io3 3, 219So.15thSt.,Philadelphia Gross ?piano .A ction , 2 (Est. 1875) Paris Cairo London ano r . DUES RECOMMENDATION FOR MEMBERSHIP Annual membership in U. S., $3.00; annual IN THE membership abroad, life membership, $100. Ers m. rei NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Please make remit tances payable to the National Geographic Society, and if at a dis- The Membership Fee Includes Subscription to the tance remit by New York draft, postal or National Geographic Magazine express order. PLEASE DETACH AND FILL IN BLANK BELOW AND SEND TO THE SECRETARY ---- ----- ----- ----- ----- - 192 To the Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and M Streets Northwest, Washington, D. C.: I nominate ......- ..-- --- ---- --- --. -- --- ---- --- --- ---- --- ---- -. . Occupation_.... ...... ------------... .. . .. (This information is important for the records.) Address..................... ..... for membership in the Society. 8-25 Name and Address ofNominating Member Looh Inside tlhe SSELLKICKEl26R0SS Sgn of the ?iano For this lWorld s landaid 'T ade- .Mark rianooJfcln dia Pianos of Real Worth Have This Famous Action T HE first question to ask your piano merchant is: "What piano action has the instrument?" If it is the Wessell, nrlt:^I -1 ¢" I . ..