National Geographic : 1951 Mar
aj* CO THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT A s your car rolls over New Mexico's modern highways you are in fancy following trails made long ago-trails worn by the moccasined feet of Indians before the white man came, by heavy boots of Spanish explorers four centuries ago, by the wheels of covered wagons bearing the commerce of the Old West and by the great trail herds of cattle as they were driven a thousand miles to meet the coming railroads. These Highwaays of Romance lead you to scenic and historic spots unique in America, to friendly towns and cities with their warm Western welcome, and into the peaceful solitude of vast plains and great forests as unspoiled today as when only the red man roamed them. Come to The Land of Enchantment this year-see Carlsbad Caverns National Park and the eight National Monuments in New Mexico; savor the lingering atmosphere of Spanish culture and Early West, explore the ruins of prehistoric Indian cities; visit living pueblos where life has not changed in centuries-have the finest and most rewarding vacation of your life! Mail the coupon and we'll send free maps and booklets, pronto! ~"~ ~d~3~A' Room 1450, State Capitol * Santa Fe, New Mexico Please send free: Q New booklet "Land of Enchantment," Q Official Highway Map, Q "Historic Trails" Map. NAME ............ . ... ........ STREET................................ CITY ....... . . . . . . . . . . ZONE.. . STATE . . . . . , "+°rT:, $....