National Geographic July 1915
The Wonderland of California
More than 40 full- page photographs of California’s natural wonders illustrate a comprehensive survey of the state’s parks, deserts, mountains, and shores. The author ends his narrative in San Francisco, embodiment of the spirit of California.
Glimpse of Mt. Rainier, Glacier National Park and Others
The only advantage of Swiss scenery over American is that is has been better advertised. This photograpic essay illustrates some of the natural splendors of the western United States.
Channel Ports- -And Some Others
From Lands End on the rocky coast of Cornwall to the port of Southampton, the author explores such storied towns and landmarks along the English Channel as Penzance, Plymouth, and Tintagel Castle.
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