National Geographic : 1919 Jan
SMARMON 34 Advanced Engineering In the hour of peril when the French motor car factories were en gaged in war work, France, the birth place of the modern motor car, turned to America for help to supply her great army staff with means of reli able transportation. France knew what she wanted-reliability, endur ance, speed and ease of riding. We consider it a signal honor that in this crucial time the French gov ernmental motor experts chose the Marmon 34 as the American product suited to their needs. Every Marmon owner may well consider this a tribute to his j udgment. NORDYKE & MARMON COMPANY Established 1851 INDIANAPOLIS ,/^S "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."