National Geographic : 1908 Aug
SCHOOLS and COLLEGES OF AMERICA THE Keynote of Success Today is Education The thirty-five thousand members of the National Geographic Society are naturally deeply interested in education, and they have, as a class, the means to afford every educational advantage for their sons and daughters. If you would bring to their attention the merits of your institution, the advertising columns of the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE offer a splendid medium. When you consider the high regard in which the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE is held and the representative class of people who subscribe direct for the forty thousand copies of its monthly edition, the statement that it is undoubtedly the best adver tising medium for educational institutions in the country will not seem exaggerated. Reaching as many directly interested people as a publication of five times its circulation, you will be surprised to find the advertising cost a minimum. WRITE FOR INFORMATION AND TERMS TO ADVERTISING MANAGER NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE HUBBARD MEMORIAL HALL . . WASHINGTON, D. C.