National Geographic : 1911 Mar
Bound Volumes of The National Geographic Magazine for 1910 No magazine in the world prints so many wonderfully unique illustrations or so many stimulating and instructive articles as the National Geographic Magazine. The Magazine for 1910 makes a volume of 1,200 pages, with more than eleven hundred unusual pictures. Bound in r Morocco, cloth sides, . . . . . . . $4.00 Bound in Buckram or Cloth, $3.50 A limited number of bound volumes for the past year, 1910, can be obtained by ordering at once for delivery Feb. 15. We can only supply the 1910 volumes; no previous year available for distribu tion. Address National Geographic Magazine Dept. C 16th and M Streets Northwest WASHINGTON, D. C. Your courtesy in mentioning the Magazine TREES FOR FORESTRY PLANTING Catalpa Speciosa, Black Locust, European Larch, Hard Maple, American Beech, White Birch, Red Oak, American Linden, White Elm, Chestnut, Walnut; also SEEDS of above va rieties. EVERGREENS White Pine, Scotch Pine, Ponderosa Pine, Jack Pine, Austrian Pine, Douglas Fir, Balsam Fir, Norway Spruce, White Spruce, Red Spruce; $3.00 to $10.00 per 1,000. We also carry a large assortment of EVERGREEN Tree Seeds, both native and foreign. MANY MILLIONS TO OFFER We make a specialty of growing EVER GREEN and Deciduous Tree Seedlings for reforestation purposes. Our list includes all valuable native species at lowest possible prices. Send for special Forestry Price-list; also free booklet entitled " Plant Catalpa Speciosa Trees for Profit." Mention this Magazine. D. HILL EVERGREEN SPECIALIST BOX 305 DUNDEE, ILL. FOUNDED 1855 when writing will be appreciated " There can be no doubt that the Robert Hoe sale will constitute, in the way of aggregate totals, the greatest event of its kind in the annals of book auctions." -From the London Times, October 21, 1910. THE FIRST SALE of the ROBERT HOE LIBRARY will begin on Monday, April 24, 1911 and will continue through the following two weeks, excepting Saturday and Sunday. Two sessions will be held each day, beginning at 2.30 and 8.15 P. M., in the Main Gallery of the New Building of The Anderson Auction Company Madison Avenue, at Fortieth Street, New York City This sale, consisting of about 3,600 items, representative of all classes of books in the Collection, will constitute one-fourth of the entire library. ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS, INCUNABULA, HISTORICAL BINDINGS EARLY ENGLISH LITERATURE, RARE AMERICANA FRENCH ILLUSTRATED BOOKS, 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH AUTHORS, AUTOGRAPHS, MANUSCRIPTS, Etc.