National Geographic : 1896 Feb
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE AKing's Atlas at aPoor Man's Price EVERYTHING IS NEW! The Maps alone cost $50,000.00 and three years' time to produce. This Atlas contains entirely new Maps of every State of the United States and of every country of the world. THE COI1PLETE WORK EMBRACES: 64 Pages of artistically colored diagrams relating to imports, ex ports, populations, etc. 157 Pages of colored maps. 98 Pages of illustrated history and biography. 125 Portraits and biographies of eminent statesmen, soldiers, and writers. An Index naming and locating every city, village, post-office, rail way and express station in the S United States, besides giving the The maps in this book would cost $75.00 if purchased singly. latest official census complete. TOTAL NUMBER OF PAGES, 444 Size of Book when closed, 1 1Y x 142 inches. PRICES. Bound in best English Cloth, with handsome Aluminum Stamp on front cover . . . . . . . $5.00 Bound in Half Morocco, marbled edges, with handsome Aluminum Stamp on front cover . . . . . ... . 6.00 Bound in elegant Full Morocco, all gilt edges, with Stamp in Gold Leaf, 7.50 Address RAND, McNALLY & CO., NEW YORK, 61 East Ninth St. CHICAGO, 160-174 Adams St.