National Geographic : 1939 Jun
See how easily this could be you The people at the right have just left San Fran cisco's Treasure Island. And in a little while, the President Liner that has brought them from New York-via Havana and the Panama Canal-will head out through the Golden Gate, pointed around the world! Next land they'll see will be the palm-lined shore of Honolulu, warm in Hawaii's sun.Then they'll visitYokohama,Tokyo and Kobe, in Japan.Then China's great-hilled Hong Kong; and Manila, in the gorgeous Philippines. They'll cr sail on ti phant in And when they've seen each one, their famed, globe. circling President Liner-with its ample, sunny decks, its outdoor swimming pool and its staterooms all out side-once again will bring them to New York... to the second of this year's World's Fairs! They'll visit Port Said, Suez and Alexandria. And go on camel-back to Egypt's Pyramids. And walk in Naples' streets, and Genoa's; and see css the China Sea to Singapore, then Marseilles-the twenty-first port in the four o Penang. They'll ride on an ele- teenth country along this Sunshine Route. Colombo and see India's Bombay. $970 is the First Class fare, 102 days all you need ! Start when you like, from either coast. Take only 102 days for the 26,000 mile cruise (85 days if you cross America by train). Or stopover anywhere, make sidetrips, then continue on the next or anotherof these almost identicalAmerican PresidentLiners-the world's only regular world-cruisingships. Ask your nearestTravelAgent for complete details. Ask also about PresidentLiner cruises between New York and Californiaand Hawaii ... and to the Orient. Or write us at 604 Fifth Avenue, New York; 462 Boylston Street, Boston; TransportationBuilding,Washington, D. C; 110 South Dearborn Street, Chicago; 514 West Sixth Street, Los Angeles; or 311 CaliforniaStreet, San Francisco. AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES Round World Services "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."