National Geographic : 1905 Jan
THE TOWER OF PELEE A SEQUEL TO MONT PELEE AND THE TRAGEDY OF MARTINIQUE Being an account of one of the most remarkable structures of the earth's surface, with further observations on volcanic phenomena. By Prof. ANGELO HEILPRIN A work unique in its field-sumptuously illustrated with 24 folio plates. Small folio, $3.00 net; postage extra MONT PELEE AND THE TRAGEDY OF MARTINIQUE "The most thorough account of the Antillean eruption of last year that has yet appeared . The book is indeed one of the best descriptions that we possess of an active episode of a long life of a volcano." -The Nation, New York. 8 vo, fully illustrated, $3.00 Publishers J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY Philadelphia WE MAKE THE HALFTONE PLATES FOR THIS MAGAZINE GATCHEL & MANNING ILLUSTRATORS AND ENGRAVERS 27-41 SOUTH SIXTH STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. Tie JnIanhattan Press-Clipping Bureau ARTHUR CASSOT, Proprietor NEW YORK (Knickerbocker Building) LONDON COR. FIFTH AVENUE AND 14TH STREET, NEW YORK Will supply you with all personal reference and clippings on any subject from all the papers and periodicals published here and abroad. Our large staff of readers can gather for you more valuable material on any current subject than you can get in a lifetime. TERMS: 100 clippings . . $ 5.00 250 clippings . . . $ 12.00 500 clippings . . . $22.00 1,000 clippings . . . 35.00.