National Geographic : 1922 May
"It can't be done" but he did it -t I Sail on the "Prairie Schooner" That Blazed the Trail to a New Frontier REVISE your old ideas about the Arctic in one of the finest narratives of adventure ever written. For in The Friendly Arctic o By AND VILHJALMUR STEFANSSON Rocky Mounts IIubbard Gold Medalist of the National Geographic Society; most beautiful Gold Medalist of the six other European and American and maintaine Geographic Societies; President, Exp!orers' scenic vacation Club of New York America's foremost Arctic explorer holds you thrilled and REDUCED absorbed as, led with the same spirit which sent our pio- TO DENVER J neers across the prairies, you penetrate the "Foodless, Effective June Frozen Ocean." Instead of "certain death" by starvation in the lifeless, icy waste of age-old myth, Stefansson dis- It costs no mo covers a friendly region of ample game where life would in yourNation be ideal but for the summer heat and the mosquitos! has 252 Hotel "Flavor of a Conrad norel." -Spokesman Reiew. prices to fit a Mental Tonic for Home oj Office ROCKY Mi It is a mental tonic for the "go-getters" of the business One day; 165 r and professional world and a great tool for all executives auto. Foothill who have to "pep" assistants up to the point where they Canon, Estes I will not let rumor or inertia slow them up. "Great and day, or stop ov significant piece of pioneering." -New York Times. DENVI For "unique interest and importance of The Friendly Four hours; rol Arctic-the outstanding geographic publication of 1921," 7 passenger $5 describing 1oo,ooo square miles added to known North out Mountain, America, the National Geographic Society has awarded Park, Trotd Mr. Stefansson the Grant Squires Prize.a , rou 850 pages-- 8 illustrations-9 maps NEVEF Bound in cloth, $6, postpaid Two days; 236 Mountain Nat My Life With the Eskimo Cotinental D est auto trip in In this forerunner of The Friendly Arctic. Stefansson recross divide shares his adventures in the everyday life of a primitive Springs and tl people-building the comfortable snow-hut, bagging a polar Return second bear, or catching an elusive seal for supper and fuel. Arapahoe G1 5; pages-ro8 illustrations-2 maps horse, guide a: Bound in cloth, $6.50, postpaid trip $15.00. E miles; round t THE MACMILLAN COMPANY Longs Peak 1 60 Fifth Avenue New York City National Park auto trips. Oni .....-....- -- --- --- -- -..... . CUTroN THIS LINE ------ ------------- Georgetown L THEn MACMILLAN Co., 6o Fifth Ave., New Yor,. . Write To that tells whe: For enclosed $ ----------- , send_______TiTHr FRIEDLY COsts to vacati ARCTIC; ______M -§ LIFE WITH THE ESKIMiO. DENVER 514 Sevente< Name -----------------------------. ________ Address ---------------------------------------- "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"