National Geographic : 1914 Jan
The Photograph is the Universal Language There is something so very interesting in the characteristic and pic turesque dress of the people of the earth and such wide variation in costume that it is naturally a study of the greatest interest to many. The Geographic Magazine scours the world to bring to its readers by actual photograph and text just such unusual material. So much interest has been expressed in the picture of the Rumanian Peasant Girl that it has been produced in photogravure, size 9= x13 2, on art-mat board; price, 50 cents each. These photogravures can be obtained nowhere else and only a limited number are available. TIMELY MAPS PUBLISHED BY TIIE SOCIETY MAP OF CENTRAL AMERICA, CUBA, PORTO RICO, AND ISLANDS OF THE CARIBBEAN SEA.- I IJ x 19 inches, in six colors, 50 cents, postpaid. MAP OF COUNTRIES BORDERING TIHE MEDITERRANEAN SEA.- - 9 X IS inches, printed in five colors, o5 cents, postpaid. MAP oF MEXIco. -17 x 242 inches, printed in five colors, 50 cents, postpaid. MAP OF CHINA AND ITS TERRITORIES.-17 X 23 inches, printed in two colors, 50 cents, postpaid. Dept. H, National Geographic Magazine, Washington, D. C.