National Geographic : 1921 May
-'U,+ ai}'L~- As the heirlooms of our ancestors become more valued with passing years, so does Karpen Furniture gracefully stand the test of time. Fortunate, indeed, are American home owners today, for this enduring furnitureis available every where at reasonable prices. Send to S. Karpen &Bros. Dept. A, Chicago or New York for the book let of designs "Friendly Furniture" Karpen Dealers Everywhere KARPEN FURNIT TU RE This trade mark on every piece ~d~'9 I 1SVXI\DE BIILT 4ff fhiriyour1thireef EASTat rPrkAveu, Interesting people the world over have found The "Vanderbilt" an ideal Hotel. Overlooking, as it does, the distinguished Murray Hill Residential Section, The Vanderbilt Hotel, while quiet and rest ful, is convenient to fashionable shops. theaters, business centers, and railroad terminals. Six hundred sunlighted rooms, each with bath. Walton H. Marshall, Manager L, II Si OUR own personality and sympa I thy may be truly reflected in the j correct design and careful construction j?of a permanent memorial of Barre i Granite. SOur long and successful experience en ables us to offer you a particularly sym pathetic service. Write for Booklet 3 Harrison Granite Co. 200 Fifth Avenue New York 807 Fine Arts Building, Chicago 1501 Kresge Building, Detroit 4927 Osage Avenue, Philadelphia Works: Barre, Vt. Member of Memorial Crafts Institute HARRISON kMEMORIALSJ, \.-.--.-.--.-.W W.----. !-.", i-^-----!--;., 214 , ......I.