National Geographic October 1966 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine October 1966

National Geographic October 1966


To Gilbert Grosvenor: a Monthly Monument 25 Miles High
A review of the life of the late Editor of the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC explains how he charted the magazine's course for more than 50 years.
A Fresh Breeze Stirs the Leewards
Sailing Finisterre from the Windward Islands north to Guadeloupe and the Virgin Islands, a veteran yachtsman finds that the British, French, Dutch, and U. S. territories have become popular tourist destinations.
Sherpaland, My Shangri- La
In emerald valleys of northeastern Nepal, hardy mountaineers practice Tibetan Buddhism and assist foreign climbers to lofty peaks - - the abode of their gods.
First Color Photographs on the Moon's Rocky Face { Surveyor: Candid Camera on the Moon}
In a preview of future missions, a vehicle called Surveyor 1 sends back to Earth striking images of the moon's surface.


Polaroid: Polaroid Camera: OK, Decision- Maker
General Telephone & Electronics ( GT& E) : Telephone Services And Systems: Three Fastest Growing Areas In North America { GTE Sylvania ( GTE) }
National Geographic Society: National Geographic Society Membership: On The Roof Of The Earth: A Shrine
Ford Motor Company: Ford Thunderbird: Uniquely Thunderbird Uniquely ' 67
Bermuda: Bermuda Travel Information: What' s On Any Bermuda Menu?
Longines Symphonette Society, The: Herb Alpert And Tijuana Brass: Best Record Of The Year

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