National Geographic : 1929 Mar
HEALTHW" is t4 riten betweeI fte lines tt ft IIA YlURG-AME ICAN PASSENGER LiST Lift of Cabin Passengers 'NEW YORK" ProNEWYOkf,IHAMBURG... CHERBOURO S.Aq SOUTHAMPTON SATURDAY, BOVU.EER24TH. 192, PM FIRST CABIN Hamburg - American passenger lists And MAUR .ME. ICA r IN havne carried the el ite of the world "Across ness, art, music-the prominent in every via the Hamburg-American Line. PLEASURE CRUISES GtotheWest/ndies S.S. RELIANCE From New York Mar. 27 - 16 days Rates - $200 up Clbh northernn Wonderlands Hambur Omrcan easiegelst S. S . RELIANCE From New York June 29 -36 days to Iceland, Spitzbergen, Norway HAIIBURG-AMIERICAN LINE Branchesin Boston, Chicago, Philadelphia, St. Louis, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Montreal, Winnipeg, Edmonton. Or Local Steamship Agents. Arcadic Dalecarlia F RIENDLY people in brilliant native costumes - + rolling pastures-silver lakes and birch-clad hills - . charming peasant houses , , ., lovely gardens bright with flowers. That's Dalecarlia-Sweden's Arcady! Begin your next European tour with a trip through charming Sweden - .. ; : a country of romantic ruins, delightful scenery and a brilliant historic background. Travel by the Gota Canal through the beautiful lake district s- s tarry a while at the fashion able seaside resorts - * * see the Chateau country, the walled city of Visby and love ly Stockholm-Queen of the Baltic. Eight days direct from New York by the Swedish American Line, or via London or Paris by con venient boat or train service-ten hours by air. Through trainsfrom Berlin and Hamburg. Book let from any travel bureau, or write SWEDISH STATE RAILWAYS Travel Information Bureau Dept. 1A, 551 Fifth Avenue, New York City FYour heritage Sin England There are corners of England that are your rightful heritage. It is your privilege as well as your pleasure to make a pilgrimage to these shrines. It is the privilege of the London Midland and Scottish Railway to take you there . . . let it take you to Sulgrave, the ancestral home of the Washington family, or to Stratford-on-Avon, Shakespeare's home town. There you will see Ann Hathaway's picturesque cottage, the grammar school where Shakespeare went as a boy, and the church in which he is buried. To these and many other famous places the L M S has a constant service of fast, smooth-running trains. LLONDON M MIDLAND AND SCOTTISH RLY. S OF GREAT BRITAIN Illustratedpamphletsfrom T. R. Defter (Dept. A-74). London Midland and Scottish Railway of Great Britain, zoo Fifth Avenue, New York. Or from any L AM S agent, Thos. Cook L Son, or the American Express, Inc. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."