National Geographic September 1932
Wild Life of the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts: A Field Naturalist’s Photographic Record of Nearly Half a Century of Fruitful Exploration
George Shiras, 3rd continues his intimate photographic coverage of wildlife from Newfoundland to Veracruz, Mexico, starring turkey buzzards, moose, mallards, and a rare white egret.
Macao, Land of Sweet Sadness : The Oldest European Settlement in the Far East, Long the Only Haven for Distressed Mariners in the China Sea
Characterized as the Monte Carlo of the Orient, under Portuguese control, Macao also houses many Chinese businesses, and Chinese form the bulk of the population.
Cosmopolitan Shanghai, Key Seaport of China
Favorable climate and a strategic location at the gateway to China’s interior fuel Shanghai’s rapid growth as a focal point for trade and industrial development.
The Society’s Special Medal Awarded to Amelia Earhart: First Woman to Receive Geographic Distinction at Brilliant Ceremony in the National Capital
Amelia Earhart receives the prestigious National Geographic Society Special Gold Medal and shares stories of her record- setting transatlantic flight, which, she hopes, has meant something to women in aviation.
Shark Fishing- -An Australian Industry
Making the waters safer for swimmers while making a living for themselves, the shark fishermen of New South Wales sell the animals’ durable hides to luggage and footwear manufacturers.
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