National Geographic : 1936 Feb
THE ISLANDS OF A/U . 1 H Alt i _ lskwi, . M A .^--f~t~i 86A^^^ « EKV "k Oahu, Honolulu's island, is one ofthe four main counties of the Hawaiian group. The others-Kauai, Maui and Hawaii share Oahu's advantages, but offer their Sown individual beauty and diversion. HAWAlI All of Hawaii's islands are rimmed by superb beaches.. .white sands,black sands, "barking" sands... shaded by slanting coco-palms, washed by lazy surf.You may swim inperfect comfort at any time by clock or calendar... midnight or noon... January or June! Behind her varied pleasures isHawaii, the community, modern and American. A community of fine schools...lovely homes... shops that are fashion cen ters. A land of boundless energy... im parting to all an unique joy of living. When you turn westward to these isles like no other place in the world... let us know your sailing-date, that we may welcome you.. .with scented necklaces fresh woven from our native flowers... the Aloha lei greeting, proud tradition of Hawaii! Nowhere else does a commu nity say"how-do-you-do" with such sin cerity and grace. Writeus by allmeans. From routine to rapture is an instant change! Swift, luxurious steamships sailing from Los Angeles, San Fran cisco or Vancouver, B. C . speed over this glorious sea-way in less than five days. Our booklet "Nearby Hawaii", and "Tourfax" bulletin contain com plete information, invaluable in plan ning your visit. Free, from your railway, steamship, or travel agent, or Hawaii Tourist Bureau, 203 Market Street, San Francisco, Calif.; 242 Petroleum Secu rities Building, Los Angeles, Calif. ThisBurea with headquartrsat 765Bishop Street,in Honolulu, is a non-profit organization,maintained by THE PEOPLE OF HAWAII to enable you to obtain accurate information on any subject concerning the Territory of Hawaii, U.S. A.