National Geographic : 1939 Sep
Sbe how little time thI iebi trips take and see how little their thrills cost ROUND AMERICA in 3 weeks To New York by train,thence by PresidentLiner to California, andhome againby rail. New York's great World's Fair, Havana and the Panama Canal's old foreign cities, Los Angeles and San Francisco-with the Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island. Take three weeks (with 17 glorious days at sea) or take as much longer as you like,return from California when you choose. Fares, including rail ticket to New York and home again from California, are from $304 FirstClass New York to Californiaby PresidentLiner,from $215 FirstClass ORIENT and BACK in 6 weeks San Franciscoto Hawaii,Japan, China, Philippines,andreturn, via the SunshineRoute. San Francisco and Treasure Island, Honolulu, Japan's Yokohama, Tokyo, Kobe, China's Shanghai and Hongkong, and the Philip pines' Manila. 16,000 happy miles on a President Liner's big sun decks and in its outdoor swimming pool ... in charming, friendly lounges and in your own light out side stateroom-high amidship. Fortnightly sailings. Fares from $402 Tourist Class, $735 First Class New York to Honoluludirectby PresidentLiner,from $335 FirstClass ROUND THE WORLD in 12 weeks California,Hawaii,Japan,China, Philippines,Malaya, India,Egypt, Italy, France,New York. Eighteen far-flung ports, scores of cities in twelve different countries along a 23,000 mile route. By train to San Francisco, thence by President Liner across the Pacific, through the Suez to Europe, across the sunny South Atlantic to New York, and home by train. Fares, including rail ticket to San Francisco and home again from New York, are from $876 First Class All the way by PresidentLiner, addingHavana andPanamaCanal, $97o FirstClass for 104 days. Ask any Travel Agent about President Liner frequent sailings and the unique privileges that allow you to stop over anywhere, visit ashoreor make sidetrips, then continueon the next or anotherofthese almost iden ticalliners-allwith the same world-famousfood and fine, friendly service. Or write us at 604 FifthAvenue, New York; 462 Boylston Street, Boston; Transpor tationBuilding, Washington, D. C .; 110 South Dear born Street, Chicago;514 West Sixth Street, Los Angeles; or311 CaliforniaStreet, San Francisco,forfull details. AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES Round-World Service "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."