National Geographic October 1951 Back Issue

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National Geographic Magazine October 1951

National Geographic October 1951


Duck Hunting with a Color Camera
Hunting ducks with a color camera is a less lethal activity than traditional hunting. A bad shot cripples only the photographer's pride.
Far North with Captain Mac
On the most recent of 29 voyages to the Arctic, Captain Mac sailed his 60- ton schooner, Bowdoin, from Boothbay Harbor, Maine, to northern Greenland.
The Eternal Flame: Millions of Years Old, Natural Gas Now Is a New Servant of Man
A rapidly expanding network of steel pipeline is webbing the country to bring natural gas to waiting customers.
Journey into Troubled Iran
Iran appears to be on the brink of a civil war, fueled by civic unrest and the instability of the current government. The life of most citizens, however, goes on as usual.


Hamilton Watch Company: Hamilton Watches: Someone You Love Is Hoping For A Hamilton
Canadian Pacific: Canadian Pacific Cruises: Fun Galore- Fall Or Winter! At The Empress In British Colombia
Steinway & Sons: Steinway Pianos: For Your Home: The Piano Chosen By The World' s Great Artists
Southern Pacific Railway: Southern Pacific Railway: Did You Hear Colonel Said About The Sunset Limited?
Mosler Safe Company: Mosler Safes: Could You Stay In Business?
Corning Glass Works: Corning Glass: The New Glass Center At Corning, N. Y.

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