National Geographic : 1918 Feb
BARRE GRANITE The Rock Beautiful-and Everlasting is known throughout the world as the finest, hardest, most uniform that has ever been found. It is always the same-fine grained, homogeneous, and of a texture that permits of any treatment. Barre Granite should be known to everyone who has in mind the erection of a memorial, marker, or imposing architectural structure. Your monument dealer can fur nish it, and he can show you Barre specimens in your local cemeteries. Demand Barre Granite for every part of your memorial-and build it now instead of leaving the task to others. Write for illustrated booklet, "Memorial Master pieces," showing beautiful exam ples of Barre Granite treatment. Barre Quarriers& Manufacturers Association, Dept. B BarreVt. The GraniteCenter of the World RECOMMENDATION FOR MEMBERSHIP in the National Geographic Society The Membership Fee Includes Subscription to the National GeographicMagazine DUES: Annual membership in U. S.,$2.00; annual membership abroad, $3.00; Canada, $2.50; life membership, $50. Please make remittances payable to National Geographic Society, and if at a distance remit by N. Y. draft, postal or express order. Please detach and fill in blank below and send to the Secretary 191 Co the Secretary, National GeographicSociety, Sixteenth and MStreets Northwest, Washington, D. C.: I nominate Jlddress for membership in the Society. 24-8 (Write your address) "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."