National Geographic October 1937
Peacetime Plant Hunting About Peiping
The diverse plant life in the Chinese countryside surrounding Peiping ( Beijing) , ranges from gingko to apple trees.
Shortly before bombs fell on Shanghai, the author discovered a city shedding its traditions to keep pace with the tempo of the West.
Hark to the Hounds
Known for their extraordinary sense of smell, hounds have assisted both royalty and cattle farmers.
The Miracle of Talking by Telephone
Since the telephone’s invention in 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell, engineers have developed many technological advances.
A Skyline Drive in the Pyrenees
A scenic road winds through the colorful villages of the Pyrenees, the mountains that form a border between France and Spain.
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