National Geographic : 1910 Mar
Upon the South Pole? tion that Got Within 111 Miles of the Pole H. SHACKLETON'S THE ANTARCTIC Shackleton Antarctic 1907-1909 published on polar exploration, and now Pole-the last great geographical prize-this expedition which got within 111 miles of the authoritative work on Antarctic exploration. of a carefully planned expedition whose ob South Pole, but to thoroughly explore that important scientific facts and discoveries revealed in the volumes, they are the greatest work of exploration and travel of recent years. "A more interesting book of polar exploration than 'The Heart of the Antarctic' has yet to be written."-New York Times. "The detailed account of the doings of the expedition is made so entertaining that the book is likely to become a classic of adventure."-New York Sun. over 300 illustrations from photographs Handsome cloth, $10.00 net per set TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE Among the Wild Tribes of the A Military Consul in Turkey Afghan Frontiers By Captain A. F. TOWNSHEND By T. L. PENNELL, M. D., B. Sc. An intimate account of the experiences of the With an introduction by Field-Marshal EARL ROBERTS author as a military consul in Turkey from 1903 "Full of excitement, interesting anecdote, and to 1906 lively description."-LiteraryDigest. Forty illustrations and two maps With 40 illustrations. Octavo. Cloth with Octavo. Rich cloth, gilt top, $3.50 net gilt, $3.50 net Mountaineering in the Land of the Midnight Sun By Mrs. AUBREY LE BLOND A stirring account of a mountain-climbing expedition, taken by the author, her husband, and a Swiss guide, among the peaks of Lapland and Tromsoe, well inside the Arctic circle. Profusely illustrated. 8vo. Cloth, gilt top, $3.50 net J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY, Publishers .. Philadelphia Your courtesy in mentioning the Magazine when writing will be appreciated..