National Geographic : 1922 Dec
Dof Unique gifts that Confer Lasting 'Delight AS THESE publications are obtainable only from the head- .no o.. iac quarters of The Society, your friends cannot purchase them from stores and will doubly value your gift. Please order promptly to ensure delivery to you or to your friends before Christmas. The 'Book of 'Dogs N TIS book, treasured by all who like dogs, 127 dog portraits in natural color by Louis Agassiz Fuertes show accepted examples of as many breeds and varieties. This Bench Show on paper, with its authoritative discussion of points, traits and character, is invaluable to exhibitor and breeder and to those who wisely would select a dlog as corn panion, playmate of children, or home guardian. Its accounts of canine sagacity, affection and heroism delight child and adult. (96 pages; bound in Brown Buckramn, $2, postpaid in the United States.) Scenes from Every Land TO LOVERS of travel and, of the Armament Conference or who course, to all children, this world- figure importantly in our foreign ac neighborizing volume by Gilbert tivities. Like a Magic Carpet it trans Grosvenor is a never-ending ports the reader to curious source of pleasure and bene- human groups, strange lands fit. Its 200 full-page illus- and cities, and reveals the trations in half-tone and beauties and wonders of color and 20,000 words of ocean, desert, fertile valley graphic text enable young and mountain. (200 pages; and old to picture many of Gray Cloth, $2, postpaid in the peoples taking part in the United States.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, WASHINGTON, D. C. (For foreign postage, add 25 cts. per book.) ----- CUT ON THIS LINE ----- NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, 12-22 SCENES Washington, 1). C. :EVERY Enclosed find $--------, -- for which please send: - R ---- copies, Book of Birds; _ copies, Wild Animals; ---------- copies, Book of Dogs; copies, Scenes from Ev'ery Land; ---------- copies, Washington; ---------- copies, Flags of the World. ............................ -------------------- .