National Geographic : 1939 Mar
Take the Great Lakes Route to the new Vork World's Fair 1939 is World's Fair Year! Probably never again in a lifetime will there be another opportunity to see exhibitions of such scope and grandeur. Plan to visit the New York World's Fair - and go the D &C way! The Great Lakes lie right on the route to the Fair. And sailing over the Lakes are the finest ships on inland waters-big D & C liners. These big ships-larger than many ocean liners-offer all types of accommoda tions at modest rates. They are famed for their fine food and excellent service. If you're motoring east or west, put your car on the ship. Rates for passenger cars are low. If you're traveling by rail, take part of your trip on the historic Great Lakes you've always wanted to see. Round-trip railroad tickets will be honored by the D & C Lines. See your local travel agent. D & C liners sail daily between Detroit and Cleveland and Detroit and Buffalo. Season opens April 15th (approximately for Cleveland Division and May 15th (approximately) for Buffalo Division. r------- ------- ----- ^ Passenger Department G I D & C NAVIGATION COMPANY, Detroit, Mich. Please send me illustrated folder, containing fares and schedules. Name Address DETROIT AnD CLEUELAND nAVIGATIOn ComPAnv DETROIT. MICHIGAN EUROPE in 1939 16 exceptionally attractive sailings from May 17 to Sept. 16, covering SCANDINAVIA...THE CONTINENT Rates from $352, all expense, TOURIST Class; or from $298, using Third on steamers. Send for Booklet M-28, "Europe a Reality" METROPOLITAN TRAVEL SERVICE Specialists in European Travel 260 TREMONT ST., BOSTON, MASS.