National Geographic : 1932 May
The Sun's Eclipse is IT -THE BOOK BIRDS Whether it be a Pelican, as above, or one of 37 different Warblers-a Humming Bird or one of 37 different species of ducks, or other game bird. This book slips easily into the door pocket of your car, thus being readily available on trips or outings. And its binding is so sturdy it will withstand this hard usage or that at sum mer camps, yet is so handsome in appearance as to be an addition to the living-room table. 331 full-color portraits; 12 bird migration maps; 252 pages (10x7 in.), Molloy-made binding, $4 postpaid in United States and Canada. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Dept. C, Washington, D. C. NEW ENGLAND COUNCIL,StatlerBldg.,Boston, Mass. Send me FREE official 1932 VACATIONS book, G-2 . Also special map-folder on the Total Solar Eclipse. Name Address ONLY in New England! FOUR P t, lan your Summer With a lifetime climax VWE Never again, until about the year 2,000,will the people of this land be able to combine the robust enjoy ments of a New England vacation with one of the most terrific specta cles of Nature-the complete blot ting-out of the mid-day sun in total eclipse! Seashore or mountains lakes or rivers - cabin, cottage or smart hotel-this summer plan to stay and play somewhere in New England through August 31st. From all over the world people are coming for that day of sudden and majestic darkness. o WHERE TO GO-HOW MUCH WILL T tUv IT COST? What brought 3 millionpeople here last year? Send for this new book. It's authentic. Covers all types of vaca tions and recreation-regions in 6 famous - states. Includes directory. HORSES OF THE WORLD By Major General William Harding Carter, U.S.A. 24 full-page illustrationsin color by Edward Herbert Miner. 72 engravings; 118 pages. A VERITABLE Horse Show in itself, this richly illustrated book is a fitting tribute to Man's Working Companion through the ages. General Carter, a recognized authority, tells of the history and development of the horse. We visit the Iceland, Welsh, Shetland and Polo ponies; and learn, in picture and text, to distinguish Arab, Thoroughbred, Standard Bred, Morgan, Clydesdale, Shire, and other aristocrats of horse flesh. 110 pages (10x7 in.),Molloy-made binding, $3 postpaid in United States and Canada. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY Dept. C, Washington, D. C.