National Geographic : 1937 Mar
VIKING SHIP (CIRCA 1000 A. D.) IN ships like this, Leif the Lucky and his Norse sea rovers risked their lives every time they set sail. Perhaps, Leif was called the Lucky simply because he managed to get back from his trips alive. The Norsemen's existence called for a bold and hardy spirit indeed. Today most of us are willing to leave the Viking spirit to transatlantic fliers. The average man, if he is wise, does not take chances-on his life, the lives of his family, or on the property he accumu lates. He protects himself against such hazards with insurance. Moral: Insure in The Travelers. All forms of insurance. The Travelers Insurance Company, The Travelers Indemnity Company, The Travelers Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut.