National Geographic : 1917 Mar
An Ideal Summer Camp For the man who Slaves the great out doors this camp has been especially de signed. It offers comfort,durability, and harmony with its sur roundings. THIS camp is of single wall construction, Contains three bed-rooms, a 12 x 15 living unlike the all year round larger Bossert- room, and a 6 x9 kitchen in extension. Vital built houses. It is not painted, but stained a economies effected by the Bossert method of beautiful brown color with creosote, which buying and construction enable us to offer not only preserves the wood, but brings out this camp at beautifully the natural grain. Five Hundred Dollars f. o. b. Brooklyn Send 12 cents today for catalog showing details of Bossert construction LOUIS BOSSERT & SONS, INC., 1313 Grand St., Brooklyn, N. Y. RECOMMENDATION FOR MEMBERSHIP in the National Geographic Society The Membership Fee Includes Subscription to the National Geographic Magazine 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 e'Co the Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and MStreets Northwest, Washington, D. C. : I nominate _ Address for membership in the Society. 3-17 (Write your address) 'Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."