National Geographic : 1936 Apr
Pacific Northwest NO MATTER what your tastes, the Pacific Northwest is your vacationland. There's riding on glorious mountain trails, broad ocean beaches, mid-summer skiing, interesting cities to explore, and cruising on beautiful Puget Sound. Start planning your vacation now- and make your plans include the luxury of travel on the air-conditioned OLYMPIAN over America's Longest Electrified Railroad. It's a perfect start for any vacation -Yellowstone, Dude Ranches, Seattle, Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker or Alaska. Return via Canada, California optional. Fares and travel costs are 'way down whether you travel independently or with escorted tour parties. Vacations as low as $100, all-expenses from Chicago. FREE BOOK LET- "Pacific Northwest Vacation Suggestions" give sample costs and itineraries. Send for your copy. Geo. B . Haynes, Passenger Traffic Manager Room 815, Union Station, Chicago X MILWAUKEE ROAD The Olympian The Hiawatha One camera for every purpose VOLLENDA * Tuck a Kodak Vollenda in your pocket. Its crispf.3.5 lens makes sharp negatives, in all sorts of weather, even at night with Kodak "SS" Film and Mazda Photoflood bulbs. 1/500-sec ond Compur-Rapid shutter "stops" action. Sixteen 1-3/16 x 1-9/16-inch pictures, $44.50. With f.4.5 lens and 1/100-second Pronto shutter, $25... at your dealer's... Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."