National Geographic : 1930 May
Taking the strangeness out oftravel You are never a stranger in any land if you carry American Express Travelers Cheques. Each Cheque tells others who you are because it carries your signature. You prove who you are by writing your signature a second time on the little space at the bottom of each Cheque when you spend it. Your name on a Travelers Cheque gives you the equivalent of a checking account at over 60,000 banks, American Express branches and correspondents. Ordinary checks from strangers are seldom honored, but when you present American Express Travelers Cheques you are no longer a stranger no matter where you may travel. Your name on an American Express Travel ers Cheque automatically introduces you to the service of American Express uniformed repre sentatives whom you see at ports, stations, and frontier points. It also opens to you the doors of American Express offices where 9o0% of all American travelers in foreign lands as semble to greet each other-to get their mail or helpful personal service. To take the strangeness out of travel, try carry ing American Express Travelers Cheques. Now the size of the new dollar, they are issued in de nominations of $io, $20, $5o and $Ioo. Cost 75c for each $oo. Now on sale at 22,000 Banks, Amer ican Express and Railway Express Agency offices. tAe new, dollar size AMERICAN EXPRESS Travelers chequyes Steamship tickets, hotel reservations, itineraries, cruises andtoursplanned and booked to any part of the world by the American Express Travel Department.