National Geographic : 1931 Jun
To: Hawaii's 'Annuals" Last year, so numerous were you returning visitors that you organized the popular Come-Back Club. To those of our growing army of travelers who return to Hawaii ... Aloha! Down at pier 12 there's a tug laden with flower leis ready to shove off to greet your ship as it rounds Diamond Head. The diving boys are swarming in the harbor. Kimu has been sandpapering your surf board for many weeks. Have you forgotten the little maid that shuffled in each morning with your eye opener of Kona coffee? Rainbows are still hazards at the Golf Clubs. Get out the "whites" you bought in Hawaii and write us what boat to meet. If you have never been to Hawaii write now for information. All-Inclusive-Cost tour from the Pacific Coast may be enjoyed for less than $300. HAWAI I HAWAII TOURIST BUREAU 225-C BUSH STREET, SAN FRANCISCO 1151-C SOUTH BROADWAY, LOS ANGELES MATSON Line from SAN FRANCISCO LASSCO Line from LOS ANGELES 215 Market Street, San Francisco 271 Pine Street, Portland, Ore. 730South Broadway, Los Angeles 535 Fifth Avenue, New York 814 Second Avenue, Seattle 140 So. Dearborn Street, Chicago The Book of Fishes by JOHN OLIVER LA GORE and Other Authorities WILLYOU FISH? - - Then, young or old, you will find delight and valuable infor mation in the illustrations, the fish biographies and the readable articles of this uniquebook on marine life. Illustrated with color portraits by HASHIME MURAYAMA of 92 fishes in action; 134 engravings; 243 pages BINDING DE LUXE, $4.00 Postpaid in United States and Canada. Mailing Abroad, 25 Cents NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY WASHINGTON, D. C. "SCIENCE rescues the DEAFENED" by Floyd Gibbons Noted journalist describes his visit to a leading electro-acoustic laboratory. Everyone who is hard of hearing should read it. Reprinted from the Review of Reviews. Send 20 stamp to Dept. C-4. SONOTONE 19 West 44th St. New York City "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."