National Geographic August 1922


The Arctic as an Air Route of the Future
Transpolar dirigible or airplane commerce will be as commonplace as transoceanic shipping. Regular air routes will shorten the distance and travel time between Europe or America and Japan.
Views of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington
Ten years in the building, a perfectly proportioned temple of snow- white Colorado marble houses a statue that fills the hall with an overwhelming sense of Lincoln’s presence.
Denmark and the Danes
Denmark is a largely agricultural land of literacy and teamwork, cheerfulness and progressive social practice, where work is not an end but a means to a good life.
The Fight at the Timber- Line
Many a naturalist has described the battleground where trees struggle against the elements. Stunning photographs from all over the world illustrate the article.

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