National Geographic May 1964
Malaysia’s Giant Flowers and Insect- trapping Plants
The author travels the new nation of Malaysia in search of exotic plants such as the Rafflesia, a flower that may reach the size of a washtub.
The Britain That Shakespeare Knew
The author searches for remnants of Shakespeare’s Britain, exploring locations associated with the bard’s career and plays.
Banks Island: Eskimo Life on the Polar Sea
Remote Banks Island supports a small community of Inuit, who enjoy a sense of self- reliance by living off the land.
President Johnson Dedicates the Society’s New Headquarters
President Lyndon B. Johnson dedicates the new headquarters of the National Geographic Society and encourages the Society to bring together scientists from all nations in the mutual enterprise of discovery.
Indians of the Amazon Darkness
The Erigbaagtsa, rumored to be cannibals, impress the author and his wife as skillful hunters and gentle friends.
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