National Geographic : 1921 Dec
Unique jifts that Confer J sting )Delight As these publications are obtainable only from the headquarters 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. TAe Book of Dogs In this 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 authorita tive discussion of points, traits and character, is invaluable to exhibitor and breeder and to those who wisely would select a dog as companion, playmate of children, or home guardian. Its accounts of canine sagacity, affection and heroism delight child and adult. (96 pages; bound in Brown Buckram, $2, postpaid in the U. S.) Scenesfrom every and To lovers of travel and, of course, to all children, this world-neighborizing volume by Gilbert Grosvenor is a never-ending source of pleasure and bene fit. Its 200 full-page illus- Like a Magic Carpet, it trations in half-tone and transports the reader to color and 20,000 words of curious human groups, graphic text enable young strange lands and cities, and and old to picture many of reveals the beauties and the peoples taking part in wonders of ocean, desert, the Armament Conference fertile valley and mountain. or who figure importantly (2oo pages; Gray Cloth, $2, in our foreign activities, postpaid in the U. S.) NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, WASHINGTON, D. C. S----------CUT ON THIS LINE--- NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, 12-21 Washington, D. C.: Enclosed find $------- for which please send: - -- ____- copies, Book of Birds; -.. copies, Jild Animals; _- -- copies, Book of Dogs; copies, Scenes from Every Land; ___ _ _ copies, tzashington; ---- copies, Flags of the YForld. ----------------------- 1 ----------------------------------------- m. . . . . . . .