National Geographic June 1956
Solving Life Secrets of the Sailfish: National Geographic Society- -University of Miami Scientific Studies Reveal Minute Forms from Which Gulf Stream Giants Grow
A sportsman’s favorite, these eight- foot steel- blue beauties begin life as minute larvae.
Alaska, the Big Land: Airplanes, New Industry, and Military Defense Speed Progress in the Far North, Where Men Once Struggled for Gold and Furs
Where man once struggled for gold and furs in the far north,
Photographing Northern Wild Flowers: Traveling by Plane, Car, Canoe, and Afoot, an Adventurous Amateur Captures the Beauty of South- central Alaska’s Natural Gardens
Melting snows and plentiful daylight fuel a profusion of blossoms in Alaska. An adventurous amateur captures the beauty of these natural gardens.
Trieste- -Side Door to Europe
This historically important Adriatic port, claimed over generations by many, owes allegiance to Italy.
Alaska’s Warmer Side
The daughter of Alexander Graham Bell explores the Territory, with a stop at Lake Grosvenor, named for her husband in 1919 when he served as director of the National Geographic Society.
Cyprus, Geography’s Stepchild
Under British rule, the Greek majority clamor for union with their homeland, while resident Turks protest on this island off the coast of Turkey.
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