National Geographic : 1916 Oct
"Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." FOR STUDY CLUBS AND SCHOOL TEACHERS IMPORTANT BACK ISSUES OF GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE The National Geographic Society has perfected arrangements to supply a limited number of copies of important back issues of THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE containing articles of unusual geographic interest to those engaged in study club and school work. These magazines contain in all 200 splendid articles by the world's foremost writers on travel subjects, illustrated with up ward of 2,000 unusual pictures. An index of the articles contained in these available numbers has been prepared and the subjects listed geographically. This index will be mailed upon application to those interested in study club or school work. The price of these numbers will be 25 cents per copy, post paid in the United States. DEPARTMENT I, THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY WASHINGTON, D. C. Lantern Slides from Photographs in National Geographic Magazine 0 MANY REQUESTS are being con stantly received regarding lantern slides from the copyright photographs in the GEOGRAPHIC that arrangements have been completed to supply them to members of the Society. Slides are not kept in stock, each order being made up as received, and will be delivered within two weeks after receipt of order, unless otherwise advised. The copyright notice must appear on each slide. The purchase of lantern slides does not carry with it the authority to publish the pictures and they cannot be used for advertising purposes. Slides cannot be sent upon approval and a remittance must accompany each order. The slides will be carefully packed and sent by express collect. Prices in the United States (standard size), black and white, 75 cents each; colored, $1.50. Address, Dept. L, National Geographic Magazine WASHINGTON, D. C. THE NEW MAP OF MEXICO An Invaluable Gift to Your Soldier Friends on Border Duly The National Geographic Society's New Map of Mexico, size 20 x 29 inches, is especially valuable at this time because it contains the latest and most accurate information of the geog raphy of that country, the transporta tion routes, the contours, and the altitude, as well as the villages and towns on and off the beaten track. The map is printed in four colors, and is the highest example of the cartographer's art that has been produced with Mexico as its subject. The supply is limited; therefore it will be well to order at once. Copies on paper, post paid, 25 cents; mounted on linen, postpaid, 75 cents, and on rollers, $1.50, in the United States. Pronounced by experts to be the most complete and accurate map of Mexico ever published. Dept. H, National Geographic Magazine, Washington, D. C.