National Geographic January 1923
The Island of Sardinia and Its People: Traces of Many Civilizations to Be Found in the Speech, Customs, and Costumes of This Picturesque Land
The still unspoiled hub of the Mediterranean, to the west of the instep of Italy’s boot, bespeaks a thousand diverse influences.
Vienna- -A Capital Without a Nation
The war brought about the dissolution of an immense empire and placed Vienna, a once famous center of learning, art, and culture, on the edge of a shriveled little republic of six million insolvents.
The Magic Beauty of Snow and Dew
Snowflakes magnified up to 60 times display extraordinary beauty and endless variety. The author shares a selection of snow, frost, dew, and hail from his collection of over 4, 000 photomicrographs.
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