National Geographic : 1912 Jun
OUTLINE MAP SHOWING LOCATION OF MOUNT RAINIER BOOKS ON MOUNT RAINIER Two beautiful books describing the wonders of Mount Rainier have been published recently. Each is profusely illustrated with photographs, some of them being in colors, and each gives a very vivid picture of the mountain. The first is by Mr. A. H. Barnes, who has given his work the title of "Our Greatest Mountain and Alpine Wonders," while the second is by John H. Williams, "The Mountain That Was 'God.'" Several of the 200 photographs illustrating the latter book are published in this number by courtesy of Mr. Williams. Copies of the books may be obtained from Lowman and Hanford, Seattle, or from the Cen tral News Company, of Tacoma, for 75 cents per copy. Photo by Mrs. H. A. Towne, from "The Mountain That Was 'God,' " by John H. Williams ALPINE HEMLOCK AND MOUNTAIN LILIES In the struggle for existence at the timber line, flowers prosper, but trees fight for life against storm and snow.