National Geographic : 1942 Apr
j here shall wue sta NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE'S HOTEL SECTION ARKANSAS Hot Springs National Park Hotel Majestic. Rooms, suites, apartments. Government supervised bath house in hotel. Also Lodge on Lake Hamilton. Write for booklet. COLORADO Colorado Springs Broadmoor Hotel, in shadow of Pikes Peak, all-year sports center. Golf, riding, winter sports. Metropolitan luxury. Write for brochure. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Washington The Dodge Hotel. On Capitol Hill opposite Union Station Plaza. Renowned cuisine. Notipping. Single from $2.60, double from $4.00. H . B. Williams, Mgr. Hay-Adams House. 16th at H. Opposite theWhite House. Completely air-conditioned. Single room with bath from $3.60. Double from $5.00. Wardman Park Hotel. Washington's Largest. 1800outside rms. Surrounded by parks. Nearevery thing. Tennis, outdoor swimming. Rates from $3.50. MARYLAND Baltimore The Belvedere. A fine hotel, justly celebrated for its spacious, modern rooms, famous cuisine, and superb service. Ideally located. $3.85 up. MASSACHUSETTS Swampscott New Ocean House on the picturesque North Shore. Seasideand countryenvironment. Open May to October. Booklet. Clement Kennedy, President. MINNESOTA Rochester Hotel Arthur. Fireproof. $1.75 up. Only short block to Clinic. An Arthur L. Roberts Hotel. A Fine Northern Minn. Resort Also. NEW HAMPSHIRE White Mountains-Whitefield Mountain View House. A complete resort in the quiet and beauty of the White Mountains. Serving a distinguished clientele. June 15 to Oct. 15. NEW JERSEY Atlantic City Marlborough-Blenheim. Enjoy the famous Spring season in a perfect Boardwalk location. Booklet. Josiah White & Sons Co. The Traymor. "Excellence without Extrava gance." Ideal central location on boardwalk. 600 outside rooms. N.Y . Office, 6305th Av.CIrcle6-5158. NEW YORK Albany The Wellington-Albany's "Garage-IN" Hotel. Known for its unusual Double-Service" Con venience, Fine Food. 450 Rooms. Rates from $2.25. New York City The Blltmore, Madison Avenue at 43rd St. All that is best in atmosphere, appointments, service. Single, $5.50 up; Double, $7.50 up; Suites, $12 up. 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. New York's Newest. 1000Outside Rooms. Bath, Radio, Cir culating Ice Water. Our Choicest Rooms from $2.50. Essex House, facing Central Park. Rooms and Suites with butlers' pantries-from $5.50.160Central Park So., Cable Address-Essexho New York. The Gramercy Park. Famed traditional hotel at leg endary private park. Rendezvous of nation's great. $3single,s$dble.,$7 suites. Weekly,monthly. Bklt.G . Hotel Uncoln-44th to 45th Sts. at 8th Ave. 1400 Rooms-$2.50 Up. Four Fine Restaurants. Direct Subway Entrance to All Points of Interest. ParkLane Hotel. Park Ave. at 48th. Convenient, distinguished. Single rooms from $5; double from $7; suites from $12. Apartments, permanent occupancy. New York City The Plaza. New York, facing Central Park. The traditional atmosphere of the Plaza in a modern setting. Reasonable rates. Henry A. Rost, Pres. The Savoy-Plaza, overlooking Central Park, for a memorable visit to New York. Moderate rates. Henry A. Rost, Man'g Dir., George Suter, Res. Mgr. Hotel Seymour, 50 W. 45th St. Near Fifth Ave., theatres, shops, art galleries, Radio City. Quiet, re fined surroundings. Single $4; double $5.60; suites $7. The Vanderbilt Hotel on Park Ave. at E. 34th St. A distinctive address. An internationally famous hotel. Single from $3, double from $5, suites from $8. The Waldorf-Astoria, Park Avenue, 49th to 50th. Much more for little more. "So large a difference in the benefits... so small a difference in the bill." The George Washington. Lexington at23rd. Fa mous for cheerful service, superb cuisine, comfort, contentment. 600 rooms from $2 single, $3.50 double. He PENNSYLVANIA Hershey HotelHershey. One of America's finest. Magnifi cent setting. Open year around. European and Am erican plans. Four Golf Courses. All outdoor sports. Pocono Mountains-Buck Hill Falls The Inn. 4,000 acre estate, utmost in sports, de lightfully informal atmosphere-Selected clientele. 3 hours from New York and Phila., rail and motor. VERMONT Lake Morey-Fairlee Bonnie Oaks Inn and Bungalows. Sports. 75 rooms with baths, fireplaces. Baby Oaks, supervised play. May-Dec. Folders. Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Page. VIRGINIA Natural Bridge The Natural Bridge Hotel. Delightful rooms and food. Spend the night here and see the Famous Natural Bridge of Virginia. J. Lee Davis, President. Virginia Beach Cavalier Hotel and Country Club. Open all year. 2 golf courses, tennis, riding, fishing, heated indoor pool. Roland Eaton, Mg. Dir. Write for Booklet"G." Williamsburg Williamsburg Inn & Lodge-Visit Colonial Wil liamsburg. Excellent accommodations at a wide range of rates. N . Y . Office 6305th Ave. Circle 6-8896. The Best Maps for Daily Use * On the night of February 23, when President Roose velt suggested that listeners follow his Washington Birthday address with a map of the world before them, 1,165,000 member-families of the National Geographic Society had available the large world map issued as a supplement with the December, 1941, National Geographic Magazine. Thousands of the ten-color maps published by the National Geographic Society are being used by the State Department, Army, Navy, Air Corps, and Marine Corps. Comprehensive, up-to-date, and featuring every area of timely interest, they help members follow world develop ments. Indexes for maps marked * simplify location of places in the day's news. The World: 41x22 inches; ideal to determine quickly the "lay of the land" wherever news happens. *Theater of War in the Pacific: 201%x26% inches; gives 861 air distances between strategic points. *Pacific Ocean: 38x31 inches; has 73 insets of islands, harbors; shows reef formations, time zones. Indian Ocean: 2 5%1 x32/ inches; includes eastern Africa and Australia; insets of Suez, Philippines, Guam, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand. Atlantic Ocean: 25x31% inches; includes large part of the four continents bordering the Atlantic. *United States: 41x26% inches; shows military divisions, defense data, 8,838 place names. *Europe and the Near East: 39x34 inches; all Europe and large part of Russia; 9,052 place names. *Central Europe and the Mediterranean: 36%x26 1/ inches; on a large scale for easy reference. British Isles: 29x35 inches; decorative design; many directing symbols to historic places. *Asia: 38%x31 inches; includes all of Russia; 6,500 place names; shows comparative size of cities. *Bible Lands and the Cradle of Western Civilization: 25x35 inches; modern developments, ancient sites. *Canada: 40x27 inches; shows important highways, railroads, general elevation, etc. *Africa: 29x31% inches; 7,162 place names; gives railway routes, highways, and other data. *Mexico, Central America, West Indies: 24x41 inches; shows Caribbean defense bases, Panama Canal. *South America: 26%x37% inches; shows chief natural resources, railways, air lines, etc. North America: 26%x33 inches; includes all adja cent areas related to hemisphere defense. PRICES: Maps, in U. S. and Possessions, 50¢ each; else where, 75¢. Indexes available for maps marked *: 254 each in United States and Possessions; elsewhere, 504. Maps mailed uncreased. All items sent postage prepaid. Remittances should be payable in U. S. funds. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, DepLB-M, Washington, D.C.