National Geographic : 1912 Oct
The Radioptican Brings the Whole World Into My Home with the help of my Radioptican we can all explore together every spot where the camera has been. The Radiopti can takes not only photographs, but prints from magazines, post-cards, clippings, even letters. In lectures of any sort it shows everybody present just what you are talking about. Anything that measures not more than 5x7 inches will fit model No. 351 of the Radioptican, RADIO TI which is the size I : bought. T he price was 0 $25. I selected the Radioptican becauseof the broad Guarantee Tag it bore. If you want a demon Sstrationof the Radioptican, writeto the makers for their book, "HOME ENTERTAINMENTS." It tells all about the uses of the Radioptican-gives prices and describes the various models. Some are for electric, and some for acetylene lighting-the latter complete with generator, ready to operate. With the book you get a card entitling you to a demonstration at a near-by Radioptican dealer, whose name is on the card. Sold wherever photo supplies and optical goods are sold; also in depart- $1. Sent stores and toy shops. $2.50 to $50.00. Canadian prices 20 per cent advance, to cover duty. e_. H. C. WHITE COMPANY, 800 River St., North Bennington, Vt. Lens Grinders and Makers of Optical Instrumentsfor Over 40 Years Branches: 45 W. 34th St., New York San Francisco Lon don /0-1 "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."