National Geographic : 1933 Feb
Glorious Interlude In Glacier Park find sanctuary from routine, gain new zest in living. Relax at charming mountain hotels or cozy Alpine chalets-rates reduced this summer. Thrill at Great Scenes from aboard modern buses, boats or sure footed horses. (Many of our best people hike.) Write Great NorthernVacations,St.Paul,forde tails.Then come straighttoGlacier on the Empire Builder-magnificent train at no extra cost. "The Oldest Living Thing" Is the General Sher man Tree in the Se quoia National Park. This giant among giants was already 2,000 years old when Christ was born. The picture has been reproduced in rich green photogravure, 9 x 23 inches, ready for framing. Price: $1.00, postpaid. Framed: $6.50, ex press collect. Illustrated list in full color on request from NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Washington, D. C. Bound for the Seven Seas Argosy of Geography-This old-time "Square Rigger," bowling along in mid-Gulf Stream, from a photograph by John Oliver La Gorce, preserves the full beauty, mystery, and power of the sea. Blue photogravure, 27 x 20 inches, on beveled Superfine Bris tol-packed for convenient remailing to your friends. $1.50; Framed, $8.00. Postpaid inU.B. Otheroutdoorsubjects: DOE AND TWIN FAWNS PRAYER IN THE DESERT BABES IN THE WOODS Illustrated List of 12 Othler Panoramas Ranging from 60c to $1 mailed on Request. Obtainable onlt from the National Geographic Society, Washington, D. C. SM ANTARCTIC Follow the trails of famous Far South explorers with . the new 4-color map of Antarctica. Here are shown, over a 90-year span, the routes and discoveries from Wilkes to Byrd. Wall size, 19% x 26% inches; i paper, 50 cents; map linen, $1.00. MAPS OF DISCOVERY Giving the effect of age-worn, time-colored, fanciful Fifteenth Century charts, these superbly colored maps trace the courses of great discoverers. Print of either hemisphere, 18% x 19 inches, $1.00: hand somely framed, $6.00. S for home, office, school otel FULL LIST OF MAPS ON REQUEST S Postpaid in U. S.; Abroad, 25 cents extra S Rates NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Reduced Washington, D. C. "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."