National Geographic : 1941 Apr
iaiU me o6 EXTRA THRILLS! ecl' OLYMPIAN You get every comfort common to fine trains on the OLYMPIAN plus two outstanding exclusive features. First, the thrill of 656 miles of smokeless, sootless electrified travel through Montana Canyon, over the Rockies, across the Bitter Roots and Cascades. Sec ond, the fresh air and freedom of special open observation cars carried in summer through a mountain wonderland. New things to see and do Stop off en route for a tour of Yellowstone Park... mighty Grand Coulee Dam ... visit Spokane's lake land ... the snowfields of Mt. Rainier ... the forests and Pacific ocean beaches of the Olympic Peninsula. See units of Uncle Sam's fleet in Puget Sound; explore the romantic waterfronts of Seattle and Tacoma, seaports for Alaska and the Orient. Free illustrated booklet "Pacific Northwest Vacation Suggestions" will help you plan your trip. It describes itineraries and shows how much you can see at low cost. Write today to F. N. Hicks, Passenger Traffic Manager Room 864, Union Station, Chicago, Ill Ask about our Travel Credit Plan. Travel Now-Pay Later ~ COOL SEA BREEZES PLAY ON SCAPE COD AMERICA'S SUMMER LEISURE-LAND For illustrated brochure and map; de- i tails on furnished cottages, large or little, and Hotels, write the CAPE COD EUAMkNO tA OfMMEDfS The BOOK of BIRDS Z IN FULL COLOR - Love Tern ®Donald R. Dickey Treasury of Bird Lore and Beauty! This two-volume book, edited by Gilbert Grosvenor and Alexander Wetmore, is the first comprehensive work showing all major spe cies of birds of the United States and Canada IN FULL COLOR. Young and old enjoy its 748 pages containing 37 articles, 633 bird biographies, 232 action photographs, 17 mi gration maps, and 950 BIRD PORTRAITS IN FULL COLOR painted by Allan Brooks. Bound in green-cloth covers, 7x10/4 inches. In U. S. and Possessions, $5 the set; else where, $5.50 in U. S. funds. Postpaid. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY DEPT. B-C, WASHINGTON, D. C. -- "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."