National Geographic : 1930 Aug
v EvFNi '-''M ancient Ha waii 4ives 41 3ain in a A 3 eantry TEGENDS... gripping Sagas of the South Seas aglow with the eerie light of Crackling koa logs, pounding with the pulse of great gourd drums and the ominous chant of crouching warrior bands, yield up their bronze-skinned heroes in Autumn Pageantryto recall and make real again the Festal Days of old Hawaii. Fall is festive time in Hawaii... November, a month of mellow glory set apart in ancient days for tests of valor and recital in vivid drama of stirring tales of frail canoes on trackless seas ... of gods and goddesses who painted Hawaiian skies or turned slumbering mountain giants into fiery lava forges ... of epic Autumn nights woven of the wonder of rippling velvet waters touched with the gold of a rising tropic moon. Time has not stilled the voice of Old Hawaii. It spans, the oceans with the winds and lures in Fall a definite class of followers eager for a glimpse into Hawaii's historic past... for living pictures of regal splendor... for the staccato beat of split bamboo and the sluff of bare brown feet... for a succession of exotic pageant events spread over idyllic weeks when the Isles of Unbelievable Beauty borrow the peace of a placid ocean and radiantly bask in their rainbow tints. There will be no regret for Summer's passing if you plan your Fall in Hawaii. November and December are bright with the verve of Spring ... There is no reluctant leave-taking of fading flower or blossom ... no autumnal chill to dull the zest of splashing spray or dim the sparkle of the morning round of golf. There is no icy threat of Winter in the caress of fragrant South Sea breezes... just the whispered lure of a lovely land that bids the traveller "Linger" Hawaii is just a few days away. Liners as proud as any that float make the voyage over sun-smoothed seas in four to six days from the four gateways of the Pacific. Hawaii Tourist Bureau (HONOLULU, HAWAII, U. S. A .) 1104 Monadnock Bldg., San Francisco, Calif. 655-E Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif. Lassco Line from Los Angeles in Matson Line from San Francisco Southern California Portland and Seattle 730 South Broadway . . . . Los Angeles 535FifthAvenue . . . . . .New York 521FifthAvenue . . . . . .NewYork 140 South Dearborn . . . . .. Chicago 140 South Dearborn .. .. . .C hicago 215 Market Street . . . . San Francisco 685 Market Stret . . San Francisco 723 West Seventh Street . . . Los Angeles 213 East Broadway . . . . . San Diego 1319 Fourth Avenue .. . . . Seattle 609 Thomas Building. . ... . . Dallas 271 Pine Street. . . . . . Portland. Ore.