National Geographic : 1911 Apr
BuriJLHOLMES TRAyELo GUES PERHAPS YOU ARE NOT ONE of the army of Americans now enjoying the interesting sights of the Old World ? Business or some other cause has prevented your taking this most fascinating and educating journey-you find yourself compelled to remain at home and forego the trip that possibly you had been planning. Is this so? Then Perhaps, too, you are not aware of the fact that all the pleasures, experiences and value of such a tour may be had for a tithe the cost of an actual tour, and without stirring from your own threshold ? We are prepared to demonstrate this to you. If you will avail yourself of this opportunity to secure the Burton Holmes Travelogues, you will retain more vivid recollections of a trip through the strangest parts of the world, with the famous world-traveler, Burton Holmes, as Companion and guide, than if you had made the actual tour alone. In a series of splendid journeys Mr. Holmes unfolds before your eyes the beauties of travel in foreign lands, with such narrative skill, with so many strange ex- periences, incidents and humorous episodes, and so admirably illustrated by over 5,000 photographs taken on the spot by Mr. Holmes himself as to carry you in spirit over 30,000 miles of travel, through forty of the most interesting countries and cities of the world. It would cost you $50,000.00 and many years of your time to take these journeys; but don't take our word for it. -WRITE US TODAY and we will send you a beautifully illustrated booklet containing sample pages and color plates-a full description of the work, and tell you how you may secure the TRAVELOGUES for a few cents a day. Mail the Coupon Now IF McClure's Tourists' Aril Agency ] 44 E. 23d St. McClure's New York -q Tourists' City Agency 44 East 23d St., New York City Gentlemen:- I am interested in the Burton Holmes Travelogues and will be glad to receive specimen pages in colors and to leam the terms upon which I can secure the twelve handsome volumes referred to in the foregoing advertisement. NAME ADDRESS Your courtesy in mentioning the Magazine when writing will be appreciated 1.