National Geographic : 1912 Oct
The Victor does away with the inconveniences of bulky, complicated, old-fashioned stereop ticons for professional use and opens a new field of pleasure for amateurs. Can be used by any one anywhere. Lantern slides of your negatives are easy to make. I THE NEW IDEA The Victor Portable Stereopticon For Professional or Amateur The only portable standard lantern-weight complete with rheostat, 13 pounds. So simple a child can operate it, yet more efficient and as powerful as the old-style stereopticon. The secret of its simplicity is The Remarkable Victor Arc Lamp This simple yet powerful arc lamp attaches to any incan descent light socket. It is centered at the factory and cannot get out of alignment. The light is steady, noiseless, and powerful; the entire field is always perfectly clear. It cannot be short-circuited; is trouble- and "fool"-proof. It is the only lantern any one can use and be sure of professional results from the start. Improved acetylene light attached in Io seconds. Send for our booklet of interesting facts The Victor Animatograph Company 110 Victor Building, DAVENPORT, IOWA RECOMMENDATION FOR MEMBERSHIP in the National Geographic Society The Membership Fee Includes Subscription to the National Geographic Magazine DUES: Annual membership in U. S., $2.00; annual membership abroad, $3.00; Canada, $2.50; life membership, $50. Please make remittances payable to National Geographic Society, and if at a distance remit by N. Y. draft, postal or express order. Please detach and fill in blank below and send to the Secretary ----------------------------------------................................................... 191 7Co the Secretary, -National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and MStreets Northwest, Washington, D. C.: I nominate Address for membership in the Society. 10-12 (Write your address) "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."