National Geographic : 1940 May
TRAVELL PACKAGE'i _ Travel adventures begin at home, ~ in happy anticipation. Where shall >- ' we go? What shall we see? How Shall we travel? Chesapeake and ' Ohio Travel Service would like to help answer these questions ... to help you plan a Chessie Travel Package--budgeting all expenses and securing all accommodations, sight (-17 73 seeing services, etc., in advance. - j At the eastern end of The Chessie SCorridor you'll see "The First of SAmerica". . Jamestown, first per manent English colony of the New World... Colonial Williamsburg, marvelously restored to look today as it did in 1740 . .. Yorktown, where Cornwallis surrendered... Mount Vernon, lovely home of George Washington ... and our own glorious National Capital. Of later era are the Battlefields, where the fate of the Union was decided . . . Richmond, storied Capital of the Confederacy . . . Monticello, strange and beautiful home of Thomas Jefferson. CH] And this interesting route also offers you the scenic loveliness of the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains . . . the rugged, tor- -- tuous New River Gorge . . . the picturesque Ohio River Valley ... the Blue Grass region of Kentucky . . . the Virginia Seashore . . . and all along the route, Chesapeake and Ohio's famous Southern cooking that makes every meal a delight. See the FIRST 4 /me'ica Wi / WON'T YOU WRITE US, tell us the kind of trip you want, and let us send interesting booklets suggesting an itinerary . . . east or west, by rail or train-and-ocean liner to or from New York and Boston. If you wish, we'll arrange all your train, ship and hotel accommodations and sight-seeing trips. Address Chesapeake and Ohio Travel Service; 3340 Terminal Tower, Cleveland, Ohio. THE CHESSIE CORRIDOR-the Scenic Route of the East 0 01 a 1/Vs -%r4Uliuualo /nJIa3Rdv ESAPEAKE OHIO Co, (o nmanu 1185uu , - iuif /t f^S "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."