National Geographic : 1921 Nov
- \~~\'/2) The ApacheTrail FORTY years ago a handful of nameless, blue clad troopers won for you the site of one of the wonders of the modern world-won it from the merciless Apache by tracking him down and fighting it out, hand to hand. Stop off a day in Arizona on your "Sunset way" to California and see the marvels of this Apache Trail-the thirty mile, man-made lake beneath whose waters are buried the windings of Geronimo's last war trail-the famous Roosevelt Dam, whose foaming cascade overtops Niagara. Ride in a comfortable motor car over the most ancient highway on our continent-see cliff dwellings older than Babylon-glory in gorgeous vistas of mesa, peak and canyon more vivid than any painting. Take the Sunset Doute SCalilornia Every mile a S e worth while New Orleans LN Los Angeles San Antonio San Francisco SUNSET LIMITED A mild, sunny route all the way with Observation Car, Through Din ing Car and other comforts of modern travel. Daily Through Tourist Sleeping Car Service between Washington, D. C . and San Francisco. Tri-weekly Sleeping Car Service to Globe, Arizona, for the side trip to ROOSEVELT DAM on the APACHE TRAIL. For Information and Literature address SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES New York New Orleans 165 Broadway Tucson, Arizona Pan-American Bank Bldg, Houston Score Building San Francisco Southern Pacific Bldg. Southern Pacific Bldg. "Mention The Geographic-It identifies you" I-'