National Geographic : 1925 Mar
For schedule and booklet apply to United American Lines 35-39 Broadway. New York; 131 State St.• Boston; 230 South 15th St., Philadelphia; 177 No. Michigan Ave., Chicago; 574 Market St., San Francisco; 87 St. James St., Montreal; or local agents. UNITED AMERICAN LINES (HARRIMAN LINE) Joint Service with HAMBURG AMERICAN LINE carlia, where ancient cus, toms still are cherished- to Lapland, with its gran, deur of mountains, water~ falls and lakes in the mellow glow of sunlit nights-and everywhere in Sweden the charm of friendly people, of smiling meadows and vir gin forests, of singing rivers and romantic old castles. Eng lis h s p 0 ken everywhere. Booklet. "Tours of Sweden, 1925," from any travel bureau or SWEDISH STATE RAILWAYS 'Travel Information Bureau, 52 Vanderbilt Avenue, New York Y OUR summer can promise no finer trip- New York to Gothenburg in eight days, direct or via the continent-thence by modern electrified railway or by the fascinating Gota Canal route, a combina~ tion of cruise and ramble, unique in all the world, to Stockholm, "Queen of the Baltic." Spend enchanted days in Visby, the mystic mediaeval "City of Ruins and Roses"-to rural Dale, Write coday for details of cruises.