National Geographic September 1951 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine September 1951

National Geographic September 1951

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How Fruit Came to America
The history, with illustrations, of more than two dozen kinds of fruit that we now take for granted.
North Dakota Comes into Its Own
Though its economy still runs on agriculture, North Dakota is developing coal and oil industries.
A Stroll to Venice
Following the track of the historic Salt Road, the author tours from Innsbruck, Austria, through the Dolomites to Venice, Italy.
Folger: Biggest Little Library in the World
The Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D. C. , is home to the largest Shakespeareana. It also includes a vast historical collection for the study of English civilization before 1641.

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CENTRAL EUROPE, INCLUDING THE BALKAN STATES(40 5/8 x 30 1/4 in.)
Russian and Polish boundaries according to treaties and claims as of July 1, 1951. ; Included: Occupation zones in Germany and Austria, World War II.

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