National Geographic : 1920 Apr
w Rheims RHEIMS, standing silent and defiant, was raked by a punishing shellfire from two sides for over three years. Today the City is being slowly restored, but Europe's most beautiful cathedral, is to be left as it stands, as a memorial. American divisions aided General Man gin's troops in repulsing the last great attacks on Rheims two years ago. At Rheims, in any battlefield, town or in the remote corners of the world American Express Travelers Cheques are recog nized and accepted as the standard travel funds for American travelers. They are the simplest, most convenient form of travel funds, an insurance against loss or theft. Thirty years of continued use have gained for them the reputation of being the-INTERNATIONAL CURRENCY. You can buy American Express Travelers Cheques at your bank or at Express offices. "Are you going to Europe ?" We will be pleased to send you, free upon request, our 64-page booklet, "The American Traveler in Europe - 1920," containing practical information about travel conditions as they exist in Europe today. Our Travel Department, with offices at the most important Cities here and abroad, is fully equipped to care for every detail of your trip. AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY 65 Broadway, New York City "WMention The Geographic-It identifies you"