National Geographic : 1931 Mar
Where one sees everybody from home and the rest of the world Normandy of apple blossoms... Chartres Cathedral with the loveliest windows man ever made... crypt of St. Gervais at Rouen and birthplace of La Salle the discoverer of the mighty Mississippi r Pictur esque Brittany with its clean little inns...Dinan where Anne of Brittany's castle is still to be seen .. Rennes, the ancient capital with its Palais de Justice and museums r The Chateau country with the smiling valley of the Loire... Chaumont where Catherine de Medici lived; and Benjamin Franklin made his home during a mission to France... Am broise with its St. Hubert's chapel holding the re mains of LeonardodaVinci...Angers and the famous tapestries of the Apocalypse r Poitiers with its Baptistere St. Jean, the oldest Christian church in France V The million-dollar air of Biarritz with the pounding Bay of Biscay for a background v Bagneres de Luchon high up in the Pyrenees with its famous baths and smart hotels The Roman theatre at Aries with its granite obelisk that Constantine brought from Egypt r The snow-tipped Alps ... hillsides of flowers climbing forever... little, lost churches with clouds for their door-mats ... Mont Blanc, the loveliestand loneliest peak in all the world. Information and literature on request RAILWAYS OF FRANCE General Representatives INTERNATIONAL WAGONS-LITS, 701 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK, OR ANY TOURIST AGENCY To Boards of Directors TUDY of the advertisers in THE GEOGRAPHIC will re veal these special opportunities: A virgin field for many products and services for which our 1,275,000 Impor tant Families are a logical market. Under-competition rather than over-competition in many lines. An opportunity to asso ciate a product with other prestige products, safe guarded from accidental jux taposition with flashy or un pleasant advertising. By accepting only a limited number of pages of advertising and through its policy of ad mitting only advertisements of real interest to readers, THE GEOGRAPHIC gains maximum concentration of attention for each advertisement it does ac cept-this is a time-proved fact. That our 1,275,000 reader families do read GEOGRAPHIC advertisements-in a more in tensive way-is proved by the results our advertisers report. In the interest of your product, ask your sales advisors about THE GEOGRAPHIC'S special ap plicability to current business needs. National Geographic Magazine WASHINGTON, D. C. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."