National Geographic : 1930 Apr
SSummer breezes from the Pacific keep this land of palm trees COOL OU might be tempted to call it "a mid-summer night's dream" . . . light wraps for motoring after sundown and for comfort listening to Hollywood Bowl "Symphonies Under the Stars"; blankets tucked under your chin ten nights out of eleven! Yet, that is Southern California in summer . . . and you won't need your umbrella! Close-by ocean beaches invite you to daily swims. Trips to Hollywood, Old Spanish Missions, ocean islands, High Sierra gla ciers, Yosemite, the Orange Empire, nearby mile-high moun tains, ocean barge fishing. Decide now to come to this summerland . . . even if you have but two vacation weeks... take back memories to last a lifetime! . . . 570,000 visitors were here last summer. Illustrated Itinerary details what you can see and do here in eleven days of your vacation time...atacostwhilehere of as little as $6.35 daily for com fortable living and sightseeing. Special low railroad fares, May 15 until October 31. Mail the coupon at once. We have published a beautiful book picturing this Southland. It contains 71 camera studies by the best men of this land of "pictures." You may have a copy for postage cost. EXECUTIVES: Los Angeles County oil fields represent on in vestment of 750 millions . - . the agricul tural industry over 400 millions. The port of Los Angeles is second only to New York in volume of export tonnage. C outhern alifornia All-Year Club of Southern California, Sec. S-4, 1151 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, Calif. (Check if desired). Q Please send me free Illustrated Itinerary for a 2-weeks vacation trip to Southern California-and what it will cost. (Check if desired). Q Four cents in stamps enclosed. Send "Southern California through the Camera." Also send free booklets about the counties I have checked. D Los Angeles Q Orange s Riverside 0 Los Angeles Sports Q Santa Barbara O San Bernardino O Ventura Q San Diego Name__ _.. .. .. . . (Please Print Name and Address) Street__ City . .. State.