National Geographic : 1934 May
THE all-star Vacation Show. See it! Mountains with their heads in the sky, the forest primeval. Hear it! The roar of the Pacific, the song of the cowboy. Yellowstone Park-Dude Ranches Mt. Rainier-The Olympic Peninsula - Mt. Baker-Puget Sound-Alaska. Go via America's Longest Electrified Railroad. New! This summer, air con ditioned club-observation and dining cars on the roller-bearing OLYMPIAN. Vacations (all-expense tours if you wish) planned to fit your purse. For illustratedfolders, write Geo. B. Haynes, Passenger Traffic Manager The Milwaukee Road Room 405, Union Station, Chicago, Ill. 2100-3 1934-National Parks Year precision %$f/e/i style SIX-20 KODAK The latest in fine picture makers ... this Kodak sets new standards for personal cameras. SPRINGS OPEN at the touch of a button. The fast Kodak Anastigmatf.4.5 lens makes you master of light conditions. With Kodak "SS" Pan Film and Mazda Photoflood Lamps, you have ideal equip ment for snapshots indoors at night. And with the COMPUR SHUTTER'S speeds from 1 to 1/250 second, you're ready for almost any kind of action. The EYE-LEVEL FINDER frames the scene ... enables you to follow fast-moving subjects. With the SELF TIMER, you can get into the picture yourself. All this plus the convenience of roll film. Picture size, 2Mx38 inches. Price, $37.50. Ready now, at your Kodak dealer's. Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, New York. IF IT ISN'T AN EASTMAN, IT ISN'T A KODAK "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."