National Geographic : 1920 Feb
For Your Personal Library FLAGS OF THE WORLD By Commander BYRON McCANDLESS, U. S. N., and GILBERT GROSVENOR Twelve Hundred Flags in Full Colors, 300 InsigniaIllustrationsin Black and White A handsomely bound volume containing epitomized histories of each flag and an authoritative history of the "Star-Spangled Banner." In this book there are published for the first time the flags of each of the forty eight States of our Union in full colors, with complete descriptions based on original research and approved by the State officials. This book is a gift your boy who has been in his country's service will appreciate. Bound in Royal Buckram (stiff covers), or Field Khaki (flexible covers), $2.00 . Postpaid in U. S. A. THE BOOK OF DOGS With 128 Exceptional Dog Portraitsin NaturalColors; Many . j Illustrationsin Black and White I DOS Illuminating Descriptions of the Dogs We Know, Demonstrating Their Loyalty, Sagacity, and Courage The text was prepared by Ernest Harold Baynes, America's foremost authority on dogs, in collaboration with the celebrated artist-naturalist Louis Agassiz Fuertes. These men have that rare quality of writing ability which combines scientific accuracy with the human-interest element, making their work especially appreciated by the non-technical reader. This book is full of interest and instruction for children and a delight to every adult who appreciates dogs. Bound in Royal Buckram (stiff covers), or Field Khaki (flexible covers), $2.00 . Postpaid in U. S. A. * 'WAS HINHB TON WASHINGTON-THE NATION'S CAPITAL CAPrTAL' By WILLIAM H. TAFT, Former President of the United States, and JAMES BRYCE, Former British Ambassador Illustratedwith 35 Pages of Color, 59 Pages of Half-tones, 2 Large Panoramas, and a Map in Color William Howard Taft, former President of the United States, and Vis count Bryce, former British Ambassador, have written their impressions of Washington, and they are especially qualified to speak authoritatively w. wSu.. '; because of their long residence in and close study of the Nation's Capital. JA*MaInr * This book makes an ideal gift. Bound in Royal Buckram, $2.00. Postpaid in U. S. A. SUPERLATIVE PICTURES= FASCINATING TEXT= UNIVERSAL APPEAL ----............-----......-------.------------------- CUT ON THIS LINE --------------------------------------- Dept. H, National Geographic Society: Please send....-.. ... .c opies of THE BOOK OF DOGS, Bound in Buckram or Khaki --- --- --- --- copies of F.AGS OF THE WORLD, Bound in Buckram or Khaki ---------.-- copies of WASHINGTON-THE NATION'S CAPITAL, Bound in luckram NAME ......------.... .. -------------- ---- -............. ... . ............ Obtainable only from the STREET ADDRESS-........................................... Society's Headquarters :: CITY AND STATE.................................................