National Geographic January 1961
Eye to Eye With Eagles
From the cramped confines of an elevated blind in Florida’s broiling Everglades, the author records the life cycle of our disappearing national bird.
Inside the White House
A staff member leads readers through the historic 150- room mansion where successive presidential families have left their mark.
Soaring on Skis in the Swiss Alps
New convenient jet service carries growing numbers of Americans to the downhill challenge of Alpine slopes.
A New Look at Everest
Taking a short break from United Nations business, the author seizes a rare chance to take some aerial photographs of the Himalayas; the March issue notes that unfortunately, his pilot misidentified Everest.
Old- New Iran, Next Door to Russia
A modern king overlays ancient tradition with proposals for schools, hospitals, and a 14- dam irrigation system.
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