National Geographic : 1934 Dec
WILD ANIMALS OF NORTH AMERICA 127 full-color portraits . . . many monochrome engrav ings and track sketches . . . 254 pages. OF INTEREST to every out-of-doors man and woman, this work-the result of forty years of study by Edward W. Nelson, former Chief of the United States Biological Survey-enables grown-up or child to know animals and encourages an intelligent, kindly attitude toward them. Louis Agassiz Fuertes' paintings portray the inner character of his subjects as well as their appearance. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.), Mulberry Cloth Binding, $2.00 . HORSES OF THE WORLD 24 full-color pages . . . 72 monochrome engravings . IN THIS history of the horse, which includes its development for use in war, camp, trade, on the farm, and in the field of sport, Major General William Harding Carter introduces us to many famous horses; we follow the ball with the polo ponies, and, aided by the natural-color reproductions of Edward Herbert Miner's masterpieces of equine portraiture, we learn to distinguish the aristocrats of horsedom. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.), Molloy-made Binding, $1.50. CATTLE OF THE WORLD 45 subjects in full color . . . 94 monochrome illustrations . . . 142 pages. AN authoritative story of the origin, history, and economic place of our modern cattle, with descriptions of the domesticated and wild varieties in many lands, is told by Dr. Alvin Howard Sanders, Editor Emeritus of the Breeders' Gazette, and an authority on cattle. COMPLETE SETS of the Books of Wild Flowers, Wild Ani mals, Birds, Horses, Fishes, Cattle, and Dogs are available in either of the follow ing bindings: 1. Molloy-made brown binding, em bossed in gold, bronze, and brown. 2. Handsome, durable, mulberry cloth binding-embossed in gold. When ordering complete sets of these Na ture Books, please specify which binding is desired. In either binding, $13 per set of seven. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, WASHINGTON, D. C. Enclosed find $_ for Full-color reproductions of Edward Herbert Miner's remarkable cattle portraits and many monochrome engravings illustrate the 40 sig nificant breeds. Royal Octavo (10 x 7 in.), Molloy-made Binding, $1.50. MAPS UNMOUNTED MAPS, in full color, prepared by the Cartographic Department of the National Geographic Society, are authentic and complete in the detail of geographic information which they carry, and are very acceptable for gift purposes. These popular maps include: United States, 404 x 264. South America, 28 x 384. The World, 384 x 254. Europe, 39 x 344. North America, 28 x 38 . Asia, 38 x 31. Mexico, Central America, and West Indies, 24 x 41. Price 50c paper; 75c linen. 1934 Prepaid in the United States and Possessions, elsewhere 25c extra per item. Name Address 12-34 S. 118 pages.