National Geographic : 1907 Dec
Members of the National Geographic Society whose business requires the use of advertising space in general magazines are earnestly requested to give 'he National Geographic Magazine the con sideration which it merits. There is no general publication in the United States having a more select or more wealthy class of readers, and the experience of such advertisers as have used the medium has been gratifying in the extreme. The cost of space is trifling when the magnificent quality of the Magazine's circulation is considered, and every dollar received from advertising tends to the upbuilding and the improvement of the publication. You, as a progressive business man, should investigate this opportunity for profit. For rates and other interesting information, write to Advertising Department THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE 16th and M Streets, Washington, D. C. Illustrating the "pulling power" of an advertisement in The National Geographic Magazine Trust Department. FRED'K EICHELBERGER, TRUST OFFICER. October 25, 1907. The National Geographic Magazine, Washington, D. C. Gent lemen: No doubt it will interest your Advertising De partment to know that this Company has received a number of new accounts of marked size and importance, one of them for fifteen thousand dollars, resulting directly from our advertisement in the National Very respectfully, G. Trust Officer.