National Geographic November 1911
The Great Rainbow Natural Bridge of Southern Utah
A natural rock formation in a remote part of the Navajo Reservation, the Great Rainbow Natural Bridge – – largest of its kind – – awes and inspires the author.
The Kingdom of Flowers: An Account of the Wealth of Trees and Shrubs of China and of What the Arnold Arboretum, with China’s Help, Is Doing to Enrich America
In a land where the word flowers can also mean children, China possesses unrivaled botanic beauty, including an enormous tea- plant industry.
The Mysteries of the Desert
An abstract from Across the Sahara, describes singing mountains and the town of Murzuk ( Marzug) deep in the Sahara.
Tripoli: A Land of Little Promise
A severe lack of arable land, a decline in trans- Sahara trade, and few significant mineral deposits to exploit leave Tripoli facing an uncertain future in a harsh desert climate.
Glimpses of Japan
The exquisite culture of Japan with its lively outdoor festivals, striking architecture, beautiful gardens and landscape designs is much admired by a Western visitor.
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