National Geographic : 1934 Nov
St2 ^^ ugged trails and dude ranching from the West. A bit of blue from Naples' Bay, and sky of blue from Southern France. Fashion's pageantry from Continental spas. A volcano to remind of Vesuvius. Golfing, sailing... every kind of sport. Sum them all up. Then add ... The white curve of Waikiki! Surf boards and outrigger canoes. Softly strummed ukuleles and steel guitars. A tropic moon brushed by an indolent palm. Trade winds bringing flower scented coolness... And you have the grand total... Hawaii. All the other places have . . .and more. Ex plaining why the world is Hawaii-bound this year. Slashed rail fares urging "Go." Assurance of 100 cents for every American dol lar bidding you "Come." Hawaiian spring days pressing the invitation, whatever the season elsewhere. *For a larger book, copiously colored, with map A grand place with a vacation complex and no inhibitions. And remember, Hawaii is not a lone beauty. She is a family of island sirens ... Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, and Kauai. Five days from San Francisco, Los Angeles or Vancouver. And new, sumptuous liners offer this delightful sea voyage (one way) for as low as $110 First Class! Cabin Class, $75! By plane and steamer-only six days from New York. Corner your travel agent. Make him tell you more about this Grand Total called Hawaii, and how economically you can live there. Ask him for a free booklet*, "Nearby Hawaii". Or kindly write to HAWAII TOURIST BUREAU 203 MarketStreet, San Francisco - 242 Pet. Sec. Bldg , Los Angeles j. A community organization with headquarters in Honolulu, for the dissemination of free, authoritative information about the entire Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A. Please note that Hawaii is an integral part of the United States, not an island possessic." . s and pictures...send zo¢ to cover mailing costs.