National Geographic : 1930 Aug
OSH KOSH TKUN KS Why only the rich can afford poor luggage YOU like to buy good things, even though they cost a little more than cheap things. Why? Because you've found that it pays. But there are a few necessities you feel differently about. You believe in paying as little for these as possible. And trunks are probably among them. Why? You can "get by" with a poor trunk -but you can't save money doing it. Not unless clothes cost you nothing, repairs and pressing are free, and saving of time and trouble has no value to you. A good trunk is at least as good an invest ment as good clothes, and costs much less. And the Oshkosh "Chief" is the best trunk money can buy. A descriptivebooklet, "Your Home Away From Home," will be sent on request. Address the Oshkosh Trunk Company,477 High Street, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. SOUTH AFRICA Explorers like Byrd have usually achieved their travel exploits at the expense of untold physical hardships and personal discomforts. The traveler in South Africa can enjoy some of the world's most mar velous sights... experience many thrilling and unique adventures . . in a delightful climate . . . with all the comforts of modern hotels and up-to-date railroad and motor facil ities. High points of interest that lure tour ists from all over the world to this land of romance and colorful con trast are the incomparable Victoria Falls . . . Kimberley's famous Valley of Diamonds ... the deep Rand Gold Mines ... the great Kruger wild game preserve... Zimbabwe's mysterious ruins . . the glorious Drakensberg Mountains ... .the wonderful Cango Caves ... pictur. esque Bantus, with their Fantastic ceremonies, war dances, and witch doctors. For information about special cruise or independent tours, send for Booklet OD-1 to director South cAfrica Travel 'Bureau Room 657, 11 Broadway, New York City "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."