National Geographic : 1913 Jan
The South Pole at Last! Amundsen's Book The South Pole An Account the Norwegian Antarctic the "Fram," 1910-1912 Expedition The World's Last Unknown Place By Translated from the Norwegian ROALD AMUNDSEN by A. G. Chater. With 91 Illustrations and 18 Maps and Charts In two octavo volumes, 900 pages, handsomely bound in decorated cloth, gilt top. Price, $10.00 net; postage extra. " Captain Amundsen's own story of his discovery of the South Pole is in every way worthy of his remarkable achievement. The narrative contains scarcely a dull page from first to last," says The London Times. The dauntless cour- - - - - - - age, unflinching perseverance, and wonderful foresight that enabled , Nat. . ag.1-1a the Scandinavian explorer and his gallant companions to plant the I Lee Keedick, flag of Norway at the southernmost extremity of the earth is mir- I 150 Nassau Street, rored in Captain Amundsen's modest record. Dear Sir: New York. Polar literature has been enriched by this account of the adven- I Send me Captain ture of this band of hardy explorers who braved the dangers of I Amundsen's book, "THE the Antarctic, and on December 14, 1911, reached their goal. / SOUTH POLE," two vol Dr. Nansen in an introduction pays high tribute to Here is a book that should find UntCS, $10.00 net; postage ex Captain Amundsen and his achievement. its place in every library. I I tra. Send your order to LEE KEEDICK, Publisher '/ Name........................ I 150 NASSAU STREET, NEW YORK '" Captain Amundsen is now making a lecture tour under the auspices of his American publisher. Address. .................... "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."