National Geographic : 1938 Dec
NATIONhere sOG wMsta NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S HOTEL SECTION MASSACHUSETTS Boston The Copley-Plaza faces beautiful Copley Square. Single rooms from $4.00; double from $6.00: Suites from $10.00 . Arthur L. Race, Managing Director. MISSISSIPPI Pass Christian Inn ByThe Sea and Cottages, Pass Christian,Miss. Always open. On private bathing beach. All sports. Paved roads. Climate ideal. Near New Orleans. NEW MEXICO Carlsbad La Caverna Hotel. Carlsbad Caverns National Park is open every day in the year. La Caverna is best in Southern New Mexico. Write or wire. NEW YORK New York City Barbizon-Plaza. New skyscraper hotel overlook ing Central Park at 6th Ave. Rooms from $3 single, $5 double. Continental breakfast included. Bklt.W . The Plaza. New York. Facing Central Park. Perfection marks every detail of appointments, service and cuisine. Henry A. Rost, President. The Ritz-Carlton, Madison at 46th. World-fa mous service, comfort, cuisine, convenience. Redec orated rooms. Single from $7; Double from $9. Savoy-Plaza. A distinguished hotel where hospi tality reigns. Spacious rooms overlooking Central Park provide every harmony for enjoyable living. Hotel Seymour, 50 W. 45th St. Near Fifth Ave., theatres, shops, art galleries. Radio City. Quiet, re fined surroundings. Single, $3.50 up; double, $5.00 up. The Vanderbilt Hotel on Park Ave. at 34th St. A distinctive address. An internationally famous hotel. Single from$4,double from $6, suites from $10. George Washington. 23rd St.&Lexington Ave. All rooms with bath,from $2.50single,$4.00 double. Write for Bklt. 'G' and supervue map of New York. Watkins Glen GlenSprings Hotel.HighabovemagnificentFinger Lakes. Natural Nauheim Baths. Splendid cuisine, Golf. N .Y . Phone ME 3-5295. Wm. Leffingwell, Pres. New York City The Waldorf-Astoria Value is determined not alone by what a service costs, but also by what your money buys-which explains why all the world continues to be attracted by the economy of The Waldorf-Astoria. Park Avenue, 49th to 50th, New York. NORTH CAROLINA Greensboro Sedgefield Inn. Restful, Modern. Adjoins Fa mous Golf Course. Riding, Tennis, etc. Excellent Food. American Plan. Folder. Louis D. Miller, Mgr. PENNSYLVANIA Philadelphia Bellevue-Stratford-"One of the Few World Famous Hotels in America." Rates begin at $3.85. Claude H. Bennett, General Manager. The Warwick. Famous Lamaze Cuisine. Centrally located. From $4.50 single, $7 double. George La maze,Exec. Vice Pres., Gerald R. Trimble, Manager SVIRGINIA Richmond The Jefferson. Richmond's distinctive hotel, re cently refurbished. 50 mi. to Colonial Williamsburg. Historic Richmond Folder gratis.Wm.C .Royer,Mgr. Virginia Beach Cavalier Hotel and Country Club. Open all year. Golf, tennis, riding, fishing, swimming pool. Roland Eaton, Managing Director. Write for folder G. r - WEST VIRGINIA White Sulphur Springs The Greenbrier Hotel This world-famous Spa announces a unique Winter vacation ... atwo week's All-Expense "Cure"-$112.00 ($8 per day)! Special inclu sive rate covers: room with private bath; 3 table-d'hote meals daily; course of Sulphur Baths; indoor pool swimming privileges. Effective December 1st, 1938-February 28, 1939. Write for complete information to L. R . Johnston, General Manager. BERMUDA Hamilton The Princess. Bermuda's largest hotel opens in December. A select hotel for a selected clientele. See Travel Agt. or N. Y . Office, 600-5th Ave. PE 6-0667. Warwick Belmont Manor and Golf Club. Golf, tennis, swimming pool, surf bathing. See travel agent or Bermuda Hotels Inc.,Dept. N,500 Fifth Ave.,N.Y .C. CUBA Havana CUBA The National Hotel of Cuba, finest hotel in the tropics, for a glorious winter vacation. Reservations -travel agents-hotel direct or Plaza Hotel, N.Y. C. GUATEMALA Lake Atitlan-Panajachel Casa Contenta (House of Happiness) Exclusive Hotel; bungalows. Swimming boating, riding. Bath in every room. Am. plan $5 up. English Mngmt. Bklt. *DUES: Annual membership in U.S ., $3; Canada, $3.50; abroad, $4; life membership, $100. Please make remittances payable to the National Geographic Society. Please remit by check, draft, postal or express order. Recommendations for Membership IN THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY *The Membership Fee Includes Annual Subscription to THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE DETACH HERE-OR NOMINATE BY LETTER IF YOU PREFER NOT TO CUT THIS PAGE Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and M Streets, N. W., Washington, D. C . I nominate for membership in the National Geographic Society: (1) Name (Occupation) Address (2) Name (Occupation) Address (3) Name. Arllrrcs (Occupation) 1938 Name of Nominating Member______________________________ 12-38 Address -- Name at Nominating Member 12.3a Address ~"' ~"