National Geographic : 1912 Apr
Yellowstone National Park Comprises the greatest region of natural wonders in the world. Few have any idea of its stupen dous grandeur. Plan your vacation next Summer for a visit to U, the Park by way of the Western entrance, at - Yellowstone Station, Wyoming. Remember that side trips may be arranged to Denver and Salt both famous as summer resorts. You will enjoy your trip from the start by traveling via Lake City- UNION PACIFIC Standard Road of the West Protected by Automatic Electric Block Safety Signals. Excellent Dining Cars on all Trains. For literature and information relative to the Park, call on or address the nearest representative. GERRIT FORT, P. T. M., B-824 FarnamStreet, Omaha, Neb. W. G. NEIMYER, G. A., B-73 W. Jackson Boul., Chzcago, Ill. J. B. DEFRIEST, G. E. A ., B-287 Broadway, New York. A. J. DUTCHER, G. A., B-315 N. Ninth Street, St. Louis, Mo. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences Board of Editors GEORGE K. BURGESS, Bureau of Standards FREDERICK L. RANSOME, Geological Survey CARL S. SCOFIELD, Bureau of Plant Industry Published semi-monthly. Aims to present a record of the scientific work in Washington in the form of original articles, abstracts of scien tific literature, and proceedings and programs of the Washington scien tific societies. Subscription, $6.00 per year; to members of the National Geographic Society, $2.50. Subscriptions should be sent to ALFRED H. BROOKS, Treasurer Care of Geological Survey WASHINGTON, D. C . "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."