National Geographic : 1911 Aug
Under Management that has al to Long Catered to the Demands of Discriminating Visitors. STHE HOLLAND HOUSE enjoys a unique distinction among ex elusive and democratic travelers from all S parts of the Union. Its COMFORTS AND LUXURY appealto the requirements of each individual The rooms, single or en suite, with or with out bath, are as well attended, arranged, and patron ized as the Royal suite, which is always in demand. The grill, public dining room, and the cozy saloon LLANP reserved exclusively for ladies Asset New York's standard in epicurean art. The Hotel is advantageously located in NewYork City, near underground and elevated rail Sroad stations, theaters, and ! shopping centers. THE HOLLAND HOUSE, 5th Ave. and 30th St. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." The Most Wonderful Mountain Photograph Ever Made Panorama of the Canadian Rockies SSo many inquiries have been received regarding the Panorama of the Canadian Rockies and re quests for unfolded copies on heavy art mat board, ready for framing or to be used as a frieze, that a small edition has been printed and copies can be had at 5 0c. each, postpaid. Size-nine feet long by nine inches high. 'Department H, The National Geographic Magazine Sixteenth and M Streets, Washington, CD. C. J. M. TROXELL Dealer in Braun'sCarbonPrints 1 West 34th Street, New York (Century Building) Direct Reproductions of Ancient Masterpieces in the principal galleries of the world; also of the most cele brated Architecture, Sculpture, and Views of Switzerland. *Catalogue, with over 800 illustrations . . $0.50 *General Catalogue (French), not illustrated, 1.00 IllustratedBooklet No. I on Request Pictures Framed and Shipped Everywhere PRINTS IN COLORS after the original paintings *This sum will be deducted from purchase amounting to $10.