National Geographic : 1938 Jun
THE "ROYAL ROUTE" TO SOUTH AMERICA'S BRILLII , ... ADELIGHTFUL"CRUISE-VOYAGE" UNDER THE FLAG OF You'll be grateful for the thoughtful attention, charming entertainment, serene British man agement aboard your Furness Prince motor ship. Each day and evening of the trip is shortened by the conveniences, the luxuries, the mealtime brilliance of this "Royal Route". You'll be rested, refreshed, more eager than ever to "discover" the glittering East Coast capitals . . . Rio, Santos, Montevideo, Buenos Aires. SOUTHERN PRINCE * NORTHERN PRINCE EASTERN PRINCE * WESTERN PRINCE Sailing every fortnight from New York, with call at Trinidad on returnvoyage. Reservations and liter aturefrom your own TRAVEL AGENT or Furness Prince Line, 84 Whitehall Street or 684 Fifth Ave., New York City. Phone BOwling Green 9-7800. IFUWIRKWI SSS 111 y IgLI SE IN Tennessee you'll find exactly the va cation you've always wanted ... Dozens of rivers and lakes provide swimming and fishing to your heart's content... You'll thrill to ever changing views which include the highest mountains east of the Black Hills . .. There are horse back trails and tennis courts and smooth golf courses on every hand ... You find romance in historic shrines and glimpses of the Old South ... You stay in luxury or simple comfort as you prefer . . . Drive over broad highways that were once historic Indian trails, through a scenic variety unequalled in America. Plan now to come to Tennessee. Write for FREE illustrated literature. * 1 Room 479 DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION Nashville, Tennessee "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."