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The National Geographic Magazine: Volume LXXII, Number Four, October 1937

By National Geographic Society; Gilbert Grosvenor, editor

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, October 1937 (volume LXXII, number 4). Wraps, 4to, 139 pages plus 40 pages of advertisements. Features are "The Miracle of Talking by Telephone" by F. Barrows Colton, with 41 illustrations; "A Skyline Drive in the Pyrenees" by W. Robert Moore; "Costume Pageants in the French Pyrenees" with 24 "natural color" photos; "Hark to the Hounds" by Freeman Lloyd, with 18 illustrations; "Hunters All: A Roll Call to the Hounds" by Edward Herbert Miner, with 31 "portraits in color from life;" "Changing Shanghai" by Amanda Boyden, with 21 illustrations and 2 maps; and "Peacetime Plant Hunting About Peiping" by P. H. and J. H. Dorsett, with 21 illustrations and map. Good condition (covers rubbed and lightly soiled; some soil on edges; contents clean).

$15.00

The National Geographic Magazine: Volume LXXVII, Number Four, April 1940

By National Geographic Society; Gilbert Grosvenor, editor

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, April 1940. Wraps, 4to, 139 pages plus 44 pages of advertisements, numerous black-and-white and color photos (32 pages) and other illustrations. Features are "By Felucca Down the Nile" by Willard Price, with a map and 21 illustrations; "Under Egypt's Golden Sun" by B. Anthony Stewart, with 22 "natural color" photos; "Caracas, Cradle of the Liberator" by Luis Marden, with 18 illustrations; "Venezuela's Capital -- City of Contrasts," with 19 "natural color" photos; "Washington by Night" by Volkmar Wentzel, with 16 illustrations; "1940 Paradox in Hong Kong" by Frederick Simpich, with a map and 24 illustrations; and "Sheep Dog Trials in Llangollen" by Sara Bloch, with 17 illustrations. Good condition (covers and spine worn; binding firm; contents clean).

$15.00

The National Geographic Magazine: Volume CXIV, Number Two, August 1958

By National Geographic Society; Melville Bell Grosvenor, editor

Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, August 1958. Wraps, 4to, 155 pages plus 24 pages of advertisements. Feature articles are "British Columbia: Life Begins at 100" by David S. Boyer, with a map and 34 illustrations (27 in color); "Dogs Work for Man" by Edward J. Linehan, Edwin Megargee, and R. E. Lougheed, with 32 illustrations (19 paintings reproduced in color);  "How Old Is It?" by Lyman J. Briggs and Kenneth F. Weaver, with 19 illustrations; "California's Ranches in the Sea" by Earl Warren, Jr. and Bates Littlehales, with 26 illustrations (19 in color); and "The Vibrant Heart of France" with 15 illustrations and a two-page map. Good condition (covers show wear; binding firm; contents clean).

$15.00