National Geographic March 1935
Nepal, the Sequestered Kingdom
From tropical lowlands to the height of the Himalaya, Nepal’s ancient palaces and temples are protected by its reverent people.
Bright Bits in Poland’s Mountainous South
Color photographs highlight the hardworking villagers of the southeastern panhandle of Poland, amid the Carpathian mountains.
Minnesota, Mother of Lakes and Rivers
In Minnesota – – more than the land of ten thousand lakes – – forests and prairies give way to modern farms, industries, and cities.
The Conquest of Mount Crillon
In the summer of 1934 Alaska’s 12, 728- foot Mount Crillon was scaled for the first time. Six men reached the summit and measured glacial movements along the way.
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