National Geographic : 1937 Nov
To countless thousands Miami Beach is an Arabian Nights island created solely for vacation enjoyment-pro viding more varied fun and enter tainment around the clock than any other corner of the map. To other thousands Miami Beach means even more. They have discovered that the bright-lighted pageant of playground Miami Beach is a background for gracious home life, with more of all life's good things-a city enriched by the ideas and requirements of inter esting, progressive people from all over the world. 06 3*g >je II C IiI n^^^^^^^BBBBBBBBBBB Travelers who seek an intimate knowledge of South America turn instinctively to the East Coast. For there's where fascinating play capitals are-Rio, Santos, Montevideo, Buenos Aires! Of course you'll want to see these rare, exciting cities . . . with their race-tracks, cafes and smart suburbs only a stone's throw, so to speak, from green jungles or sweeping pampas. The East Coast is renowned for its vivid con trasts! And "Furness Prince" is equally re nowned among East Coast travelers-for its four superb motorships, Northern Prince, Southern Prince, Eastern Prince, Western Prince-for its smooth British routine of service and seamanship, for its speedy, fort nightly sailings to the four key cities of the East Coast. Sailingseveryfortnightfrom New York, with call at Trin. idad on return. Reservations and literature at your own TOURIST AGENT or Furness Prince Line, 34 White hall Street, or 634 Fifth Avenue, New York City. BRUffAlIA "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."