National Geographic : 1916 May
The Finest Summer Cruise ON THE ATLANTIC SEABOARD 9 Visitine Forein America equal in interest, novelty, and healthfulness to a European cruise. Visiting HALIFAX. Nova Scotia, the land of Evangeline, and ST. JOHNS, New foundland, the Norway of America, via the RED CROSS LINE New tourist steamships, STEPHANOand FLORIZEL, fitted with every convenience and safety device. Cost of trip includes every essential expense. 7 days at sea and 5 in port. Splendid cuisine, orchestra, sea sports. Ship is your hotel for the entire trip. Reduced Rates for Supe rior Accommodations, June, September, and October. Write today for illustrated Booklet 29. BOWRING & COMPANY, 17 Battery PI., New York Lantern Slides froma Photographs in National Geographic Magazine SO MANY requests are being constantly 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 accom pany 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, $I.5o. Address, Department L, National Geographic Magazine Washington, D C. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." The Big "Tree Panorama ADDITIONAL copies of the beau tiful picture of the giant tree, "The Oldest Living Thing," included as a photogravure panorama in the April, 1916, issue, can be obtained, unfolded, on artist proof paper, ready for fram ing, postpaid in the United States, at 50 cents each. Likewise copies of the wonderful panorama, "The Palace of the Lama, Lhasa, Tibet," which appeared in the March issue of the GEOGRAPHIC, can be furnished at 50c. each, ready to be framed. The supply of these remarkable pic tures is limited; therefore it is advisable to order now. Department H National Geographic Magazine 16TH AND M STREETS N. W. Washington, D. C.