National Geographic : 1943 Feb
Iherea sta NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S HOTEL SECTION ARIZONA Phoenix Hotel Westward Ho. Premier Hotel of the South west. in world-famous Valley of the Sun. Midtown with desert resort atmosphere. European Plan. Bklt. T ucson Pioneer Hotel. Southern Arizona's Finest. 250 Rooms with bath. Europ. Coffee Shop. Dining loomn. Roof Garden. Sun Deck. Sensible Rates. Booklet. CALIFORNIA Del Monte Del Monte Lodge at Pebb'e Beach. This world-renowned resort on the famed Monterey Peninsula is doing business as usual. COLORADO Colorado Springs Broadmoor Hotel, in shadow of Pikes Peak, sports and social center of the Rockies. Metropolitan luxury, restful relaxation. Write for brochure. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington Wardman Park Hotel. Washington's Largest. 1800 outside rms. Surrounded by parks. Nearevery thing. Popular prices in dining rms. Rates from $3.50. FLORIDA Boca Grande Boca Grande Hotel, located Gulf of Mexico. Florida's most modern. All sports. Outstanding Fishing. Floyd Alford, Jr., Manager. Fort Lauderdale Wynholm Hotel. New. Modern. Exquisite np pointments. Fronts on finest bathing beach. Eu ropean plan. Selected clientele. Booklet. Palm Beach Palm Beach Hotel. --Excellent service, finest cui sine, home-like atmosphere. Sunroof, Bathing, All Sports. Am and Europ. Plan. J. J. Farrell, Mgr. ILLINOIS Chicago Bismarck Hotel, Randolnh at LaSalle. Chicago's i tinctive hotel. Renowned for famous c.in.me. Convenient central location. Siientair rooms. Baltimore MARYLAND The Belvedere. Baltimore's Finest Hotel acclaimed everywhere for its spacious rooms, unexcelled ser vice and superb cuisine. Ideally located. $;.50 up. MINNESOTA Rochester Hotel Arthur. Fireproof. $3.00 up double. One block to Clinic. An Arthur L. Roberts Hotel. Also 2 Nice Palm Beach, Fla., Hotels. Write us. MISSISSIPPI Ocean Springs Gulf Hills Hotel & Golf Course, (on Bay, 10 min. from Biloxi). Wartime cares far removed. Land, water sports. A .orE. Unique, outstanding. Bklt. NEW YORK New York City The Biltmore, Madison Avenue at 43rd St. All that is best in atmosphere, appointments, service. Special Rates for Service Men. The Commodore-Right at Grand Central and Air Lines Terminals. Near all attractions. 2000com fortable, outside rooms all with private bath. Hotel Edison-46th to 47th Sts. at B'way. One of New York's Newest. 1000 Choice Outside Rooms, Bath, Radio, Circulating Ice Water. From $3.00. Essex House, facing Central Park. Rooms and Suites with butlers' pantries-at moderate rates. Excellent cuisine. 160 Central Park South. Hotel Lincoln-44th to 45th Sts. at 8th Ave. 1400 Rooms-$3.00 Up. Four Fine Restaurants. Direct Subway Entrance to All Points of Interest. Park Lane Hotel. Park Ave. at 48th. Convenient, distinguished. Single rooms from $5; double from $7; suites from $12. Apartments, permanent occupancy. The Plaza. A traditionally famous hotel. Facing beautiful Central Park. Single from $6; double from $8. Henry A. Rost. President. Hotel Seymour, 50W. 45th St. Near Fifth Ave. A fine small hotel with a personal welcome, side-street quiet, midtown convenience. Single $4; Double $5.50. The Waldorf-Astoria, Park Ave., 49th to 50th. "Much more for little more. So large a difference in the benefits. .. o small a difference in the bill." *DUES: Annual mem bership in United States, $3.50; Canada. $4.50; abroad, $4.50; life mem bership, $100. Remit tances should be payable to National Geographic Society. Those from out side of continental United States and Canada should be made by New York draft or international money order. RECOMMENDATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY * The Membership Dues, Which Are for the Calendar Year, Include Subscription to the National Geographic Magazine PLEASE FILL IN DLANK DELOW, DETACH. AND MAIL TO THE SECRETARY -.....--............-.. -----.....-....... . .. 1943 To the Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and M Streets Northwest, Washington, D. C.: I nominate............. ......................................................... O ccup ation ...................................... .................... (This information is important for the records) A ddress ------------------- _---.. . .------- ---------.... .. for membership in The Society. 2-43 Name and Address of Nominating Member '. u M r .