National Geographic : 1939 May
Each island is a reason for happiness S You couldn't possibly imagine all that Hawaii holds in store for you. According to the word of thousands who have visited these *t satisfying Islands, Hawaii is one of the most enjoyable S places on earth. You never have heard a word to the con trary, have you? Mention "Hawaii" and everyone says, "Oh, I'd love to go there!" What is Hawaii like? With continuous June weather the year around, Hawaii is a countryside overflowing with outrageously fragrant flowers-green valleys and slopes-all so out of key with reality they look almost as though painted on canvas. They immedi ately suggest thoughts of Paradise. Hawaii is a story in four main parts-each "part" an Island Hawaii, Maui, Kauai, and Oahu (on which Honolulu is located). Each is a reasonfor happiness. Her sports are called by familiar names, such as-tennis, golf, horseback-riding and that very-much-sought-after relaxation. But they are experienced with unfamiliar satisfaction,for playing in Hawaii has a dreamy, enigmaticquality.While Waikiki-of which you've heard so much-is too unusual to be called just a beach. Of course, to make up your mind about Hawaii, you should have complete information, (our pictorial booklet, "Nani O Hawaii", sailing schedule of palatial liners from Los Angeles, San Francisco and Vancouver, B. C., and costs), and so we suggest you consult your Travel Agent who is an authority for the facts which are essential to an essential understanding of Hawaii. This advertisement is sponsored by the Hawaii Tourist Bureau, a non-profit community organization with headquarters in Honolulu and branches at 203 Market St., San Francisco, and 242 Pet. Sec. Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. The Bureau represents all the islands of the Territory of Hawaii,U. S.A.,and is maintainedforyour service by THE PEOPLE OF HAWAII.