National Geographic March 1934
Birds That Cruise the Coast and Inland Waters
Pelicans, water turkeys, and grebes, flawless fish- catchers all, fall into the scientific family of shorebirds.
Vagabonding in England: A Young American Works His Way Around the British Isles and Sees Sights from an Unusual Point of View
Scraping by with wages from odd jobs en route, the author lives cheaply and roams freely through England, Scotland, and Wales.
Coconuts and Coral Islands
The author reports on the culture of islanders in the western Pacific, where the valuable coconut palm serves as a source of both food and funds.
Vignettes of Guadalajara
A center for the production and distribution of manufactured goods, this prosperous Mexican city resists skyscrapers and tourist traps, preserving an aristocratic dignity.
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