National Geographic July 1991 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine July 1991

National Geographic July 1991


The Wyeth Family: American Visions
Illustrator N. C. Wyeth turned a Pennsylvania farm into a private fantasy world for children. With varied brushstrokes his gifted offspring honor his legacy.
Docklands- -London's New Frontier
In the largest urban- renewal project in Europe, the transformation of a derelict waterfront on the Thames leaves longtime residents both hopeful and skeptical.
Life at the Edge- -Beneath Arctic Ice { Beneath Arctic Ice}
As the sun returns to the Canadian Arctic each spring, the sea ice breaks up, whales and birds return to breed, and seafloor life proliferates in an explosion of color.
China's Youth Wait for Tomorrow
Although intimidated by Tiananmen Square and its aftermath, the young people of China continue to dream of freedom and a better life. A supplement map explores 7, 000 years of Chinese civilization.
Remembering the Blitz
A Londoner looks back to the eight- month siege when, as a 16- year- old, he watched Hitler's bombers devastate his city in the early days of World War II


Saturn Corporation: Saturn Automobiles: Once Our Engineers Had Completed Six Million Miles Of Testing On Saturn Cars And Parts, It Was Time For A Second Opinion { General Motors Corporation ( GM) }
Chemical Manufacturers Association: Chemical Manufacturers Association, The: You' re Driving By The Chemical Plant,
Eastman Kodak Company: Kodak Gold Film: Show Your True Colors
Prudential Insurance Company Of America: Prudential Insurance: In The Real World, If You Don' t Take The Right Steps For Your Future, You Might Not Get Anywhere
Toyota Motor Sales, U. S. A. , Inc. : Toyota Automobiles: It Was The First Fish Jawan Had Seen That Wasn' t Surrounded By French Fries
Visa U S A, Inc. : Travelers Checks: Worldwide Acceptance


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