National Geographic June 1952
Paris, Home Town of the World: All Nationalities Know the Magic of the Siren City of Light, 2, 000 Years Old but Young as Spring
Travelers from around the world are always entranced by Paris. The City of Light is 2, 000 years old but seems forever young.
Graduation by Parachute: For Navy Girls at Lakehurst, New Jersey, Commencement Is a Serious Step- -and a Long One
Graduation day at the Parachute Rigger School at Lakehurst, New Jersey, is marked by putting into practice all that the students have learned: jumping out of an airplane with chutes that they themselves have packed.
Where Turk and Russian Meet: An American Newspaperman Reports on Conditions Along the Barbed- Wire Curtain, Turkey’s Remote Soviet Frontier
An American newspaperman reports on conditions along the barbed- wire curtain, Turkey’s remote Soviet frontier.
We Dwelt in Kashgai Tents: An Adventurous American Couple Shares Daily Life in Camp and Saddle with Nomad Shepherds of Iran
Jean and Franc Shor continue their adventures by visiting the Kashgai nomads of Iran, living in their tents and sharing their daily life.
Roaming the West’s Fantastic Four Corners
Four Corners, in the American Southwest, is the intersection of four states: Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico. This is one of the most arid and forbidding regions in the country, open only to the hardiest and most persistent travelers.
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