National Geographic : 1938 Apr
Brings you the Island of Ball "Island of Bali", by Miguel Covarrubias, is one of the most talked about travel books of the year. Rose Rolando, the author's wife, took the 114 Leica pictures which capture wholly the exotic charm of Bali's scenery and its people. And you, too, can get equally good pictures, indoors orout,with an action-stopping Leica. Ask your dealer about the new Leica time-payment plan, today. Write forfull information and dramaticexamples of Leica Photography-FREE . THE ORIGINAL MINIATURE CANDID CAMERA MODELGWITH XENONF:It. LENSAND RAPIDWINDER E. LEITZ, INC. * 730 Fifth Ave. * N.Y. * Dept. 58 Nothing more treasured than a set of perfect photos of your trips abroad, or at home. Be sure, this year, that your photos are worthwhile . . . all correctly exposed. Just take a WESTON Meter with you, and thus insure perfect exposures . . . worthwhile pictures ... every shot. The WESTON is compact, and simple to use with any camera or film. Be sure to see one at your photo dealers, or write now for complete literature. Weston Electrical Instrument Corporation, 584 Freling huysen Avenue, Newark, New Jersey. WESTON Exposure Meter HOW TO SEE TWICE AS MUCH OF MEXICO! If you want to really see the heart of Mexico in comfort and safety, you'll decide to go by train. From your Pullman seat in a modern, air-conditioned train, you'll see the Mexico that's off the beaten path-a pageant of color ful native life that changes with every mile. When you go to Mexico City by train, plan to go one way and return another,using the West Coast Route one way. By doing this, you'll see TWICE AS MUCH of Mexico as you would by going and returning on the same route. You'll add lazy Mazatlan to your trip, and the en chanting markets of Guadalajara. (Stopover at Guaymas for a bit of deep-sea fishing at South ern Pacific's new Hotel Playa de Cortes). Going to California? ADD MEXICO TO YOUR TRIP If you're going to California on Southern Pa cific this year, you can add a side trip to Mexico City and back for very little extra rail fare. FREE! Join the 250,000 people who have en joyed Southern Pacific's famous booklet, I've Been to Mexico. For your free copy, write O. P. Bartlett, Dept. NT-4, 310 So. Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Southern Pacific "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."