National Geographic : 1946 Feb
He wrestled theWind ... and won! A man of many talents, Robert Fulton promoted canals with his able pen .. . painted portraits, excelled at drawing ... invented new dredging devices, perfected a torpedo for under water warfare, built "diving boats", and designed the Clermont... the steamboat which outmoded the wind, did much for the rising commerce of the rapidly expanding nation. Fulton wrote with crude quill pens. Now men have far finer writing tools ... the Inkograph, precision-made, fast-acting, easy-flowing, with a i 4 kt solid gold ball-like point that writes with the ease of a soft lead pencil... good for years of hard use... pleases the eye, fine in workmanship, looks expensive, but costs only $2. At leading dealers. Inkograph on barrel and clip marks the genuine. Exclusive features... Suits any hand or style of writing...Writes smoothly on any quality paper...Withstands child's roughest usage...Unequalled for clear carbon copies with original in ink. Point won't bend or spread... Does lettering and ruling without smudge or blot... Gives years of unfailing service... Fully guaranteed. Inko, 20P *2 Inkograph Co., Inc., 200ooHudson St., N. Y. C . 13 Two18-hole golf courses, indoor swimming eapool. Stables. FinestinrodUc fishing. Beautifully STUMPP & WALTER CO. 132-138 Church St., Dept. N, New York 8, N. Y. The CAVALIER returns to civilian life FEBRUARY 22 Two 18-hole golf courses, indoor swimming pool. Stables. Finest fishing. Beautifully redecorated rooms. Celebrated cuisine. SIDNEY BANKS, President "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."