National Geographic : 1930 May
For subjects that are hard to get--always take along a Graflex Camera! Graflex pictures live! And the unique construction of the camera itself makes the most difficult subjects surer . simpler . . . for amateur and professional alike. Wild-life photographer, writer and sportsman, Mr. Richard K. Wood, who took this thrilling wild life picture, has roamed the length and breadth of the continent armed RICHARD K. with a Graflex, his favor WOOD ite camera. The CAMERA forMore nterestingPictures GRtA LEX FOLMER GRAFLEX CORP., ... ROCHESTER. N.Y. FOLMER GRAFLEX CORP., Dept 2, Rochester, N. Y. I want to see the booklet that tells how more interesting pictures are being made. Please send "Why a Graflex?" to name and address written on margin of this page. bf, Between dances... in Delhi IIi THROUGH SINGING INDIA IN SUITES-ON-WHEEL DO you know that travel in India is now luxuriously modernized? Do you know about these "apartment" pullmans, with your own Indian serv ants in fare-exempt quarters? Take these salon-bedroom-bath-and-kitchen suites over India's 41,000 rail-miles. Live in them during stop-overs... or at any of India's excellent European hotels. Stop to hear Brahmin chants at Benares' burning ghats...harvest songs in Kashmir's iris hills... the throbbing love-song of Agra's Taj Mahal... and soft-throated Bulbuls singing through the pierced marble screens of Gwalior's gardens. Go from Bengal's tropic jun gles to Everest's snows... from Nautch rhythms to tea-dancing in smart Dar jeeling. Regular weekly steamers. Book lets, complete tour service by Indian State Railways, Delhi House, 38 East 57th Street, New York. Or, consult prin cipal tourist agencies (any office) or your ownagent. Freightinquiryalsosolicited.