National Geographic : 1921 Dec
WHITE STAR WEST INDIES CRUISES To the West Indies, Panama Canal and South America: Three cruises, averaging about four weeks each. Turquoise sea, cloud less skies, gleaming white roads, palm trees, oranges and cocoanuts, with changing scenes of vivid island life, under the flags of half a dozen nations. Here were the paths of the pirates, and the little lands where great adventurers played with fate and history. Cuba first welcomes you, then Jamaica. Every American should see the Canal-engineering wonder of the world. A visit to La Guayra and Caracas (including a marvelous climb up the Maritime Andes over one of the oddest railroads in the world) gives an entrancing glimpse of South America. Tropical Trinidad, lovely Barba does, gay and tragic Martinique, the Virgin Islands and Porto Rico are also yours. The famous ocean cruiser Megantic of the White Star Line, 20,000 tons displacement, having the largest dimensions of any ship sailing to the tropics, has been chosen for these distinguished cruises to brilliant Southern waters and sunny lands. White Star service, known the world over as utmost in ocean comfort, provides for you a delightful and luxurious home aboard ship. First cruise from New York January 17th. Second cruise February 18th. Third cruise March 20th. Beautiful color booklet sent on request. ytWHITE STAR LINE' AMER=CMl INtW 1 RED STAR LINE INTwRNATtONxwr MRCANTILr, MARINs COMPANY 9 Broadway, New York City :.- Insure Baggage Before you start on a trip insure your baggage. It's the safe and economical thing to do. A North America Tourist Baggage policy costs but a few dollars a year and provides adequate protection against loss. Any agent or broker can get you a North America policy INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA Oldest American Fire and Marine Insurance Company Dept. B PHILADELPHIA Founded 1792 Fire, Marine, Automobile, Commercial Traveler. etc. THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE is treasredl by each and all of its subscribers; its pages arc full of items of interest too valuable to be thrown .a way Let Us Bind Them For You Put them in book form, both beautiful and econiim ical; make them an attrac tive addition to your library. Thousands of satisfied mem bers from every State in the Union send their numbers to us for binding, year after year. ''lhey find every vol ume to be a storehouse of fascinating facts, enjoyed by every member of the family, young and old. Back numbers supplied at reasonable prices; indices furnished gratis. Send for free booklet, illustrating different styles of binding, quoting prices, and giving shipping instruc tions. All work guaranteed. Burgmeier Book Bindery ART BINDERS 1855-1861 Milwaukee Ave., Chicago, Illinois "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you"