National Geographic : 1975 Jun
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Two hundred pages of vivid text and scores of new color illustrations enhance each hardbound volume. Your reservation at this time will not obligate you to buy a single Special Publication. It merely enables you to see these books for yourself and decide which you may wish to keep. Simply print your name and address in the space be low; detach, fold, and seal this flap, and mail it today. No postage stamp required. A A DAVIDS. BOYER,NATIONALGEOGRAPHICSTAFF Reserve your first-edition copies today Please send me the four new Special Publications: THE CRAFTS MAN IN AMERICA, THE INCREDIBLE INCAS AND THEIR TIME LESS LAND, THE AMAZING UNIVERSE, THE MAJESTIC ROCKY MOUNTAINS. Bill me $4.25 plus postage and handling for each book at time of shipment. If not completely satisfied, I may return any of these books without payment. 00180 NAME (Please print; gummed labels do not adhere to this surface). ADDRESS CITY, STATE, ZIP These books are available only from the National Geographic Society. 61 Even today the Rockies have a frontier feeling. They are the home of friendly, out going people who love their soaring land and revel in its beauty. But there is concern among them now. Concern about water use and land development, overcrowded campgrounds, the promise-and problems-of oil shale and vast beds of coal. The Majestic Rocky Mountains,with scores of superb color photographs, is a book you will treasure. Each color-filled volume in this series is yours for a modest price that has not changed in the past ten years. That remarkable record, in these days of rising costs, has been main tained only through members' steadily in creasing demand for these books. To order these four new Special Publica tions, simply use the postpaid coupon at left. The Society will send you each book im mediately upon publication. You are under no obligation; simply look over each volume when it arrives, then decide whether you wish to keep it. But it is highly unlikely that you will want to part with any of these books. More than 140,000 members have asked that we auto matically reserve all future Special Publica tions for them. O Leaping from rock to ice, a ranger crosses a fissure in Glacier National Park. Share such adventure in The Majestic Rocky Mountains, a book that also explores the future: Will the Rockies be preserved, or exploited for their vast resources?