National Geographic : 1911 Oct
With MEMORIES of I OLD-WORLD CHARM OME returning, the traveler is ofttimes haunted " * by the memory of the Oak-paneled Hall of H some English Manor-House or a Tapestried 11 Chamber of some gray turreted French Chateau. At no prohibitive expense may this memory be turned to advantage by means of our faithful Reproductions of old English Oak and Walnut or Louis XVI Enameled Furniture. Our Furniture is to be had only at our Galleries in New York. We have no branches. Neither do we issue illustrated cata- Our book, " The House and Its Plen logues, but we are at all times glad to ishing," copiously illustrated with etch render any assistance we can to those who ings, will be found helpfully suggestive will furnish us an indication of their needs. in the extreme. 34 urnd 36 st hirty-second Street, Nework 34 and 36 West Thirty-second Street, New York "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."