National Geographic : 1922 Mar
The Orient is nearernow More comfort and speed on Americanships IF you are planning a trip to The Orient you should know about the new U. S. Government owned ships, which have cut a thousand miles from the journey. They have brought nearer the mysteries, the fascinations, and the sheer beauties of the East. Now in 11 days you can go from Seattle to Yokohama-gateway to won derful Japan and The Orient. Luxurious appointments prevail on these great ships - 21,000 ton oil-burners Write for Bookle Your Government wishes the name of every prospect traveler. If you are consideringan ocean voyage anywh send the information blank now. You will receive wit, cost the Government booklet of authentic travel informa, and literature telling of things to see in foreign lands. will be under no obligation. If you yourself cannot take an ocean trip, clip the in) mation blank anyway andask a friend who may go to send ii For accommodations and sailings, address your local < The Admiral Li 17 State Street, New York City L. C.Smith Bldg., Seattl Managing Operatorsfor and they offer all the comforts and facil ities of the very best hotel. They are among the finest ships afloat. The service aboard is unexcelled on the seas. And this year, with the value of the American dollar at its peak, you can do more for less than ever before. You should send the information blank below and learn about the opportunity American ships have brought to Americans now. ,t ive ere, INFORMATION BLANK out To U. S. Shipping Board tion Information Office Washington, D. C. VYu A 1553 Please send without obligation the U. S. Gov ernment Booklet giving travel facts. I am considering a trip to The Orient E to Europe Q to South America D. I would travel Ist class Q id Q 3d Q. Going alone Q with family Q with others D. I have definitely decided to go [ I am merely considering the possibility of a trip D. f/I go date will be about_ My Name Mr Business or Profession My Address is Town State U. S. SHIPPING BOARD Information Office 1553 Washington, D. C.