National Geographic : 1934 Apr
GRAFLEX Cameras put an end to costly guesswork in picture taking. RESULTS: Better and more interesting pictures. Your dealer will supply the evidence. Or, write to FOLMER GRAFLEX CORPORATION ROCHESTER, N. Y. N.G 4 Please send me evidence of better GRAFLEX pictures. Name Address THE WORLD'S Jiuest Jai fatherr VOYAGE The 15,000-ton Motor Ship, "CITY OF NEW YORK," sails for fascinating South Africa on May 1st-the only direct passenger service - offering every conven ience - comfortable cabins - spacious decks - good food - constant diversion -moonlight deck dancing - outdoor pool--movies. only 22 days to Capetown - sunshine, blue sky, blue sea stopping at famous St. Helena. Single and combination passages, hunting trips and tours arranged at surprisingly low rates. OTHER MONTHLY SAILINGS INTERESTING I Fill in and mail Department N Please send me "Traveling in South Africa," together Address with information on rates and sailings ity_____State_____ AMERICAN SOUTH ' AFRICAN LINE, INC. 26 Beaver St. New York Under the Americanflag, carryingU. S. Mails, Freightand Passengers "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." MAPS OF DISCOVERY Giving the effect of age-worn, time-colored, fanciful Fifteenth Century charts, these maps, by N. C. Wyeth, trace the courses of great discov erers. Superbly colored. 18% x 16% inches. Print of either hemisphere, 50 cents; framed, $4.00. D ECORATIVE Geographic pictures are ex quisite reproductions of paintings and photographs: Marines, Historical Scenes, Wild Animals, Landscapes, Maps of Discovery, in panoramas, panels, and squares. Postpaidin U. S., elsewhere 25 cents extra National Geographic Society DEPT. J WASHINGTON, D. C .