National Geographic : 1918 Dec
Forthe boys in the service The Victrolas priceless service - a inhome and camp Measured by every standand, what could be more valuable, more concretely useful, as well as more delightfully entertaining than the Victrola ? Second only to the actual physical needs of the body is the im perative hunger of mind and spirit for their essential "foods"-music, literature, inspiration, education, comfort and laughter. The Victrola is their tireless servant, bringing to them at any place, any time, the greatest art and entertainment of the whole world. Victrolas by the tens of thousands are in daily use by our military forces on land and sea. In more than 25,000 public schools the Victrola is helping to build Young America into a better citizenship. The Victrola has taught French to our soldiers, wireless to our sailors and aviators. In millions of homes the Victrola is educating, refining, uplifting our mighty democracy. Send the Victrola to the boys in camp to cheer and inspire them! Place it in the home for the benefit and pleasure of young and old alike. Prize it for its value,its usefulness, its service, as well as for its unlimited, wholesome pleasure. There are Victors and Victrolas in great variety from $12 to $950. Any Victor dealer will gladly demonstrate the Victrola and play any music you wish to hear. Victor Talking Machine Co., Camden, N. J., U. S. A. Victrola One ofAmerica's great contributions l to the advancement of mankind New Victor Records demonstrated at all dealers on the 1st of each month "Victrola" is the Registered Trade mark of the Victor Talking Machine Company designating the products of Victrola XVII this Company only. Victrola VIA Mahogany or oak B~drs~i Mahogany or oak - M^ a.^%'*.'%%,,- ' aii~* "',«;v, ,"j , ow**qKt "