National Geographic : 1910 Sep
THE NORTH Its Discovery in 1909 Cloth, 6/ x 958 in., $4.80 net, $5.05 express paid. POLE By ROBERT E. PEARY 110 illustrations, including eight in full colors. Peary's own story of his achievement is now ready in book form the greatest memorial of the most important geographic event in centuries-an event which for the members of the National Geo graphic Society has an unusual interest. What would you not give for a first edition of a book by Columbus or Cabot, telling about his own discoveries, with photographs taken on the journey? The Peary book is the only thing now to compare with that. The book, in the condition to which the author's unremitting labor has brought it, is not only a gripping tale of resolution and accomplish ment, but a scientific record of the first importance. It contains a foreword by Gilbert H. Grosvenor, Editor of the National GeographicMagazine; appendices, tables, facsimiles of original full scientific records and data, and iio superb illustrations (eight in full colors) chosen from over 1,500 negatives. If your dealer cannot supply you, we shall be glad to do so. Ornate cloth, $4.80 net; $5.05 express paid. Plain clot N.G.M. e -to binding, $5.00 net; $5.25 express paid. "General Edition, with Peary's Autograph, limited t Please send me "The bered copies inU.S.A., $15.oo net. North Pole" in Send 2c. stampfor la edition, for which I enclose with full illustr th, Library Hubbard" o 500 num rge circular description, rations, etc. Your courtesy in mentioning the Magazine when writing will be appreciated Publishers - FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY - New York III I II --- - ~ apsas~8lr---- r -e - L~C ~BC_ --~ I ~ q ''