National Geographic September 1960 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine September 1960

National Geographic September 1960


Childhood Summer on the Maine Coast { Seashore Summer}
The rocky Maine shoreline teems with life before the eyes of two small boys.
The Winds of Freedom Stir a Continent { Africa: The Winds of Freedom Stir a Continent}
Independence is a watchword for African countries newly free and those still yearning for liberty.
Finding the World's Earliest Man
After nearly 30 years of painstaking detective work, archaeologist Louis Leakey makes the discovery of a lifetime.
Across the Ridgepole of the Alps
Cable cars swing passengers to new heights with breathless ease.
Where Elephants Have Right of Way
East Africa is the last holdout for roaming herds of big game in a developing world.
The Last Great Animal Kingdom
Photographs capture increasingly rare scenes of disappearing African wildlife.


Bermuda: Bermuda Travel Information: Bermuda . . . Lovely And Serene
Sinclair Oil Corporation: Public Relations: Chickamauga Where An Army Broke Ranks To Win A Battle
National Geographic Society: National Geographic Society Membership: I Am Studying The World . . . send Me Everything You Have
General Motors Corporation ( GM) : Buick Electra 2- Door: There' s Nothing Like A New Car { Buick Motor Company}
Rock Island Vacation Travel Service Bureau: Railroad Travel: Little Rock: Information About Little Rock For Industrial Site Seekers { Rock Island Lines}
General Telephone & Electronics ( GT& E) : Telephone Services And Systems: Clearing The Hurdles With Research { GTE Sylvania ( GTE) }


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