National Geographic : 1937 Sep
JACKSON MI51551PPI A A MODERN CITY . . . . . .. RICH IN HISTORIC LORE! A city of interesting contrasts . . . modern . . . yet rich in shrines of a colorful past. Jackson, distri bution center of the new South, fully developed natural gas field within the city providing lowest natural gas rates in the United States, rapidly ex panding industrially, remains a city of beautiful homes . . . leading the Nation in new home con struction. Adequate city planning and economical municipal administration have contributed to its balanced growth. A friendly city . extending a whole-hearted welcome to visitors and new citi zens ... . come, enjoy its temper ate climate . . . thrill to genuine Mississippi hospitality. CITY OF JACKSON WALTERA. SCOTT,Mayor A. F. HAWKINS R. M. TAYLOR Commissioner Commissioner City of Jackson, Jackson. Mississippi. Send details concerning 0 Industrial Jackson O Jackson as Distribution Center D As an Ideal City D Historic Jackson. NAME STREET CITY STATE CnriseVoyage to-or from CALIFORNIA and MEXICO The famous "Big 3" . . . the California, Pennsylvania and Virginia.. largest ships -fastest schedules Coast-to-Coast via Havana, the Panama Canal and Acapulco. YOU travel the "Sunshine Route" on huge, modern liners specially designed for tropical service. Every room is an outside room. Dining rooms are air-conditioned. Elevators and two outdoor pools on each ship. Service is deft and thoughtful-the food is perfectly grand. Between New York and California, 1st Class from $225 ($250 at certain seasons). Tour ist Cabin from $125. New York-Mexico, 1st Class from $195 ($220 at some seasons). Tourist Cabin from $105. Reductions on round trip by sea. Also "Circle Tours"-where you travel one way by sea, one way by rail or air. Special com bination rates from hometown back to hometown. 9-17 Day All-Expense Tours to Havana, Panama, the Caribbean and South America. Folder giving complete details-on request. To All Europe-under the same American management. A sailing every Wednesday at noon on the United States Liners, Manhattan and Washington, $181 up, Cabin Class; $122 up, Tourist Class. Or the friendly PresidentHarding and PresidentRoosevelt ($136 up, Cabin Class). Also informal "American One Class" vessels, rates as low as $105. Ask your TRAVEL AGENT for complete details about travel on these American ships, He will be glad to help you get utmost value for your money. Panama Pacific Line 1 Broadway, New York * 216 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 665 Market St., San Francisco 19 King St., East, Toronto Offices in other principal cities.