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National Geographic Magazines 1907 Back Issues. January - December
National Geographic - January 1907, Vol. 18, No.1
Aerial Locomotion, The New Inland Sea, Honors To Peary, An Awakened Continent To The South Of Us, Fighting The Polar Ice.
 

 

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is taped. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: $55.00.
Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price: $45.00.

National Geographic - February 1907, Vol. 18, No.2
Beautiful Ecuador, Persia, Past and Present. An Ice Wrapped Continent. The Burning And Bathing Ghats Of India. How Long Will Our Coal Reserves Last? Polar Photography. Notes On The Forest service (Illustrated) and Geographic Literature.
Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: $55.00. 
Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price: $45.00.

National Geographic - March 1907, Vol. 18, No.3
The Maoris Of new Zealand. Archaeology in the Air. Railway Routes in Alaska. The Maoris of New Zealand. The great Natural Bridges of Utah. A recent report from the Doubtful Island region. The Possibilities of the Hudson Bay Country. The high Sierra. Motor Sledges in the Antarctic.
National Geographic 1907 March.jpg (104800 bytes) Click on image to view larger picture Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is intact. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: $55.00. And another with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price $45.00

National Geographic - April 1907, Vol. 18, No.4
Millions For Moisture (An account of the work of the U.S. Reclamation service). Women and Children of the East (With a series of 25 Typical Illustrations of the Far east)
Click on image to view larger picture04-07188.jpg (109213 bytes) Magazine is complete and in Good overall condition. Spine is chipped slightly. Interior pages are in very good condition. Back cover is slightly chipped Price: $55.00
A second copy with a taped spine in similar condition is also available.  Price: $55.00. And another with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price $50.00

National Geographic - May 1907, Vol. 18, No.5
The Rock City Of Petra, Reclaiming The swamp Lands Of The United States. The Revolution In Russia, Some Of Our Immigrants. The Black Republic, Liberia, The Climate Of Victoria, British Columbia.
Click on image to view larger pictureMay 1907 National Geographic309.jpg (400095 bytes) Magazine is complete and in Very Good/Good overall condition. Spine taped for reinforcement and not for repair. Price: SOLD

National Geographic - June 1907, Vol. 18, No.6
Our Fish Immigrants. The Big Horn mountains. The City That Was Exchanged For New York. An Impression of the Guiana Wilderness. Fishes that Build Nests And Care for their young. Notes On the Remarkable Habits Of Certain Turtles and lizards. Some Useful facts about the Countries Of The world. Four Prominent Geographers.
Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is intact. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: $55.00.  Another with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price $45.00

National Geographic - July 1907, Vol. 18, No.7
The Arctic. Some Recent Instances of National Altruism. Seventy-five Days in the Artics. Nearest Pole. Peary's Twenty Years Service in the Artics. No mans land. Artic Expeditions Commanded by Americans. The East Indians in the New World. North American Indians. (Illustrated)
Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is taped. Interior pages are in excellent condition.  Magnificent Native American images and Portrait of Robert E. Peary. Tipped in Map of the North Polar regions is included. Price: $85.00. A second copy in Good condition without the map is also available. Price $35.00

National Geographic - August 1907, Vol. 18, No.8
Click on image to view larger picture MEXICO - The World's Treasure House, Saving the forests, Flashlights from the jungle.
National Geographic August 1907136.jpg (95286 bytes) Magazine is complete and in Very Good/Good overall condition. Spine is worn. Interior pages are in very good condition. Price: $50.00
08-07184.jpg (105066 bytes) Magazine is complete and in Very Good/Good overall condition. Spine is chipped. Interior pages are in very good condition. Price: $50.00
Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price: $45.00.
Another with a taped spine is also available. Price: $35.00. 
An ex-library copy in good condition is also available. Price: $25.00

National Geographic - September 1907, Vol. 18, No.9
Strange Sights in far-Away Papua. Bolivia-A Country Without Debt. Our Heralds of Storm and Flood. The Work in the Pacific Ocean of the Magnetic Survey Yacht "Galilee." Hunting the Grizzly in British Columbia. Scenes from North Africa. A strange and Remarkable Beast.
Magazine is complete and in Very Good/Good overall condition. Spine reinforced with tape but not missing paper. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: $55.00. And another with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price $45.00.

National Geographic - October 1907, Vol. 18, No.10
The Chinese Jews,  Tirnova, the City of Hanging Gardens. Geologists in China. Koyasan, the Japanese Valhalla. Dr. Bell's Tetrahedral Tower. The Deep-water Route from Chicago to the Gulf.
Magazine is complete with a taped spine. Price: $45.00.
Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price: $40.00.
An ex-library copy in good condition is also available. Price: $25.00

National Geographic - November 1907, Vol. 18, No.11
Queer Methods of Travel in Corners of the World. Planting Fishes in the Ocean. Hunting Big Game in Portuguese East Africa. A visit to Lonely Iceland. The land of Fire. Meetings of National Geographic Society.
Magazine is complete  with a taped spine. Price: $55.00. And another with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price $45.00
Another copy in Good condition is also available. Price $35.00

National Geographic - December 1907, Vol. 18, No.12
Madeira on the Way to Italy. A Simple Method of Proving that the Earth is Round. The modern Alchemist. The Uses of Nuts as food. American Discoveries in Egypt. The truth about the Congo. Geographical books of the Year. Proposed Changes in the By-laws of The National Geographic Society. Imagination and Geography.
Click on image to view larger picture12-07180.jpg (117908 bytes) Magazine is complete and in Very Good/Good overall condition. Spine is intact. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Index and list of illustrations for the year 1907 is bound in. Price: $55.00.

Another copy in similar condition is also available. Price: $55.00. And another with the previous owners name stamped on the front cover. Price $45.00

An ex-library copy in good condition is also available. Price: $25.00

 

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