National Geographic July 1919
Masters of Flight
Eight photographs offer a glimpse of eagles, owls, gulls, terns, a heron, and a pelican.
The Land of Lambskins: An Expedition to Bokhara, Russian Central Asia, to Study the Karakul Sheep Industry
With worldwide demand for furs exceeding supply, the author explores the possibilities of the warm and beautiful pelts of the Karakul lamb, and explores the ancient lifestyles of their shepherds.
The Progressive World Struggle of the Jews for Civil Equality
Subjected to nearly two millennia of persecution, denial of opportunity, and massacre, the world’s Jews have preserved themselves from demoralization and despair with a rich inner life.
A Hunter of Plants
An encomium to the late Frank N. Meyer, the unsung Columbus of horticulture who combed Central Asia and the Far East for plants.
Exploring Unknown Corners of the Hermit Kingdom
Finding an anthropological bonanza previously unseen by Western eyes, an American Museum of Natural History team explores the remote headwaters of Korea’s Yalu and Tumen Rivers.
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