National Geographic : 1914 Jun
WARNING! The Tourist Multiple Camera is not to be confused with cheap makeshift imitations. All infringements will be duly prosecuted by law. If you fully realized the abso lute perfection that has been reached in the Tourist Multiple Camera-if you knew the actual costs entailed in its manufacture you would not for a moment be deceived into thinking thata man ufacturer could profitably market nearly so efficient an instrument for anything less than the Tourist Multiple price. Tourist Multiple Camera and Projection Lantern If there is any doubt in your mind as to the fullvalue you receive for your money when you buy the Tourist Multiple Camera THIS GUARANTEE WILL ASSURE YOU OF ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION If at any time within the next six months it is possible for you to secure another make of camera -at a lower price than that charged for the Tour ist Multiple-made as carefully and of the same high-grade materials, containing its valuable pat ented features and affording you equal efficiency of service, your money will be promptly refunded without quibble or delay. Special Features of the TOURIST MULTIPLE CAMERA 750 individual exposures may be made at any speed and without reloading. A special anastigmatic lens of microscopic sharpness and great rapidity working at F. 2.5. Perfect enlargements may be made without injury to the nega tive strip. It is very compact, being but 4 x 8x 2% inches in size. A positive of the film can be used for the Projection Lantern. Patented Features of the TOURIST MULTIPLE CAMERA (United States Patent 1,o91,814) Impossible to make two exposures on one film. Setting of shutter, winding film, and counting ex posures all operated by one lever. Special focusing mount. And all the more technical patented features too numerous to enumerate. Writefor Beautiful Edition de Luxe Catalog. HERBERT & HUESGEN Room 512 456 Fourth Avenue, New York City 1111111111111111111111 111111111 lIIIII I11111 11lIIIIl lll 1111II111111111111111111 l lll1n1111111 11 111 ll 1 1 1 1111ll 1IIn An Illustrated Encyclopedia of Geography BOUND VOLUMES OF THE National Geographic Magazine BOUND VOLUMES of the Geographic should be in every home, school, and college li brary for study, reference, and the personal enjoyment of this store house of fascinating facts. Nowhere else can be found such a wealth of photographic reproduction, not only in black and white, but scores of pages of four- and eight-color work, photogravures, panoramas, and maps which vitalize the authoritative articles specially prepared by the foremost scientists, explorers, and travelers in the world. The articles even on technical sub jects are written for the layman to understand, for they present in com Sprehensive brevity, illustrated with what may be termed "Talking Pic tures," big things of world-wide in Sterest happening today or occurring a thousand years ago. S The Geographic is a source of delight to the children as well as the elder members of the household, for Sa love of pictures, which tell their Sown story, is a dominant character istic of mankind, and for just such material the Geographic scours the Sout-of-the-way corners of the world. S A limited number of volumes for S1913, with index, have been beauti fully bound, in half morocco, con t aining 1360 pages of text, with I oo1 pages of illustrations, including Spanoramas, color work, maps, etc. Sent prepaid in the United States, S$4.o0. Address, Department B. 11111111 1111111 1111111 11111111111 111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111 11111111111111111 1111111111111111111111 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."