National Geographic July 1957
Flight to Adventure: Flying Their Own Single- engine Plane, a Daring Couple Span Jungle and Desert in a Yearlong Odyssey over Africa and Asia
On a year long odyssey, a daring young couple pilot their small plane over Africa and Asia.
Admiral of the Ends of the Earth
Melville Bell Grosvenor reviews the life of Richard E. Byrd, the first man to fly over both Poles.
We Are Living at the South Pole: U. S. Scientists and Navy Men, Dug In at the Bottom of the World, Brave the Long Polar Night to Study Secrets of Earth and Sky
Scientists and Navy men log many firsts in their ground- breaking study of the six- month- long polar night.
To the Men at South Pole Station
In an article written just before his own death, Richard E. Byrd pays tribute to fellow polar explorer Paul A. Siple.
New Mexico’s Great White Sands: Feathery Dunes of Snow- white Gypsum in a 140, 000- acre Sandbox Make This Area Unique Among National Monuments
Whipped by winds into 50- foot dunes, soft white gypsum spreads out for miles at the world’s largest known surface deposit.
Coronation in Katmandu: The Pageantry of Marco Polo’s Asia Comes Alive Once Again as a New King of Nepal Ascends the Cobra Throne
A new king of Nepal ascends the cobra throne.
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