National Geographic August 1933
Freiburg- -Gateway to the Black Forest
After a year of residency with her husband and children, the author finds Freiburg a comfortable city, gemutlich, or homelike, and welcoming to visitors.
California Trapdoor Spider Performs Engineering Marvels
Close- up photographs reveal the habits of the reclusive trapdoor spiders, a species whose females build the snugly fitted and camouflaged trapdoors through which they surprise their unsuspecting prey.
The Aërial Conquest of Everest: Flying Over the World’s Highest Mountain Realizes the Objective of Many Heroic Explorers
Surmounting financial, technical, and political hurdles, two skilled flight crews top Mount Everest and capture the contours of the land with electrically heated cameras.
Afield with the Spiders: Web Hunting in the Marshlands and Woodlands and Along the Lanes
Adaptable to many environments, spider species thrive in the household corners of the United States, in the jungles of South America, and even on the cliffs of Mount Everest.
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