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National Geographic . December 1915, Vol. 28, No. 6
16 Pages of Photogravure (Photo Essay by A. C. Cutler titled, BRITISH ISLES, and including scenes from such places as Galway and Achill Island in Ireland; Devonshire, England, and several different Cathedrals in England)
JERUSALEM’S LOCUST PLAGUE: Being a Description of the Recent Locust Influx into Palestine, and Comparing Same with Ancient Locust Invasions as Narrated in the Old World’s History Book, the Bible, by John D. Whiting, with 25 Illustrations and Map
Alaska’s New Railway, by Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor, with 20 Illustrations (Summary: A force of nearly 1,500 men worked during the summer of 1915, making dirt fly along the shores of Cook Inlet, as the Alaskan Railroad proceeds on schedule.)
The Nation’s Pride, by Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of the Interior, Illustrated (This article was abstracted and revised for the NGM from the author’s report to the President for 1915.) (Summary: Celebrating American ingenuity and resourcefulness, Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of the Interior, surveys development of the country’s natural resources. Related Subjects: Inventors and inventions; Natural resources; United States.)
Magazine is complete and in VG overall condition with minor cover wear. Spine is intact. Interior pages and 16 Pages of Photogravure are in excellent condition. Price: $40.00 Two like this available
Magazine is complete and in VG/G overall condition with minor cover wear. Spine is intact. Interior pages and 16 Pages of Photogravure are in excellent condition. Price: $35.00
Magazine is complete and in VG/G overall condition with minor cover wear. Spine is chipped but not missing paper. Interior pages and 16 Pages of Photogravure are in excellent condition. Price: $30.00
Magazine is complete and in Good overall condition with some cover wear. Spine is chipped and missing paper at the bottom. Interior pages and 16 Pages of Photogravure are in excellent condition. Price: $25.00 (four like this are available)
Another copy is also available  in Good/Poor condition.16 Pages of Photogravure are in excellent condition. Price: $20.00 
A copy in poor condition is also available Price: $10.00

 

National Geographic . November 1915, Vol. 28, No. 5
16 Pages in Four Colors (The Beauties of France including people and scenes from France, Italy, Alps, Switzerland, and Jerusalem)
The Beauties of France, by Arthur Stanley Riggs, with 100 Illustrations (Summary: An 84-page survey of the loveliest land in all Europe reveals the many faces of France, from the canals of Toulouse to industrial Lyon and the windswept peninsula of Brittany. Related Subjects: Amiens, France; Angers, France; Auvergne, France; Bayeux Tapestry; Bourges, France; Brittany (region), France; Cathedrals; Churches; France; Normandy (region), France; Perigueux, France; Poitou, France, Rouen, France; Seine River, France.)
The World’s Debt to France, Illustrated (Summary: Beginning with the French Revolution of 1789, Western history’s debt to the French experience, cultural and scientific, as well as political, is reviewed. Related Subjects: France.)
The Citizen Army of Switzerland, Illustrated (Summary: Switzerland remains an island of peace in a sea of war, thanks to a citizen army maintained by compulsory military service.)
Magazine is complete and in very good overall condition with minor cover wear. Spine is clean free of chips. Spine has cellophane tape in two spots (top and bottom) for protection not repair. Interior pages are in very good/ excellent condition. Price: $40.00.
A second copy in similar condition. Price: $40.00.
A third ex-library copy with stamp on the front cover in Very Good/Good condition Price: $25.00
Three copies in poor condition  Price: $10.00

 

National Geographic . October 1915, Vol. 28, No. 4
Greece of Today, by George Higgins Moses, Formerly United States Minister to Greece, with 27 Illustrations (Summary: Greece is an heir to the ages, assimilating features of its classical past and successive eras of foreign influence into a unique national character visible in everyday life. Related Subjects: Archaeology; Athens, Greece; Greece.)
Armenia and the Armenians, by Hester Donaldson Jenkins, with 26 Illustrations and Map (Summary: Noting the Armenia now is not a State, not even a geographic unity, but merely a term for the region where the Armenians live, Hester Donaldson Jenkins deciphers what it is that has kept this ancient country unified since almost the beginning of recorded history. Related Subjects: Armenia; Russia (Pre-Revolution); Transcaucasian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic, U.S.S.R.; Turkey.)
Romania, the Pivotal State, by James Howard Gore, with 32 Illustrations (Summary: The author examines what could be a pivotal state in Europe’s war and wonders, which way will she turn? Related Subjects: Bucharest, Romania; Romania.)
Magazine is complete and in VG/G overall condition. Price: $40.00

 

National Geographic . September 1915, Vol. 28, No. 3
Eastern Beaches, Aegean Sea, London. The Warfare on Our Eastern Coast. Historic Islands and Shores of the Aegean Sea. London
Magazine is complete in Very Good/Good condition. Price: $21.00
Magazine is complete in Good condition. Five available like this. Price: $18.00 
Magazine is complete in G/Poor condition. Price: $10.00

 

National Geographic . August 1915, Vol. 28, No. 2
SPECIAL ISSUE - 20 Pages in Four Colors
American Game Birds, by Henry W. Henshaw, with 76 Illustrations; 72 in Colors from Paintings by Louis Agassiz Fuertes
Nature’s Transformation at Panama: Remarkable Changes in Faunal and Physical Conditions in the Gatun Lake Region, by George Shiras, 3rd, with 36 Illustrations and 2 Colored Maps 
Magazine is complete and in very good overall condition with minor cover wear. Five like this are available Price: $35.00
Magazine is complete in Good condition. Two like this are available Price:$20.00

 

National Geographic . July 1915, Vol. 28, No. 1

Channel Ports, and Some Others, by Florence Craig Albrecht, with 45 Illustrations (Summary: From Lands End on the rocky coast of Cornwall to the port of Southampton, the author explores such storied towns and landmarks along the English Channel as Penzance, Plymouth, and Tintagel Castle. Related Subjects: Clovelly, England; Cornwall, England; England; English Channel; Harbors and ports; Plymouth, England; Polperro, England; St. Ives, Cornwall, England; Tintagel, England.)
The Wonderland of California, by Herman Whitaker, with 36 Illustrations (Summary: More than 40 full-page photographs of California’s natural wonders illustrate a comprehensive survey of the state’s parks, deserts, mountains, and shores. The author ends his narrative in San Francisco, embodiment of the spirit of California. Related Subjects: California; National parks – United States; San Francisco, California; Yosemite National Park, California.)
Glimpse of Mt. Rainier, Glacier National Park and Others: 9 Illustrations (9 Full-page Black & White Illustrations from Photographs of: Glacier National Park; The Devil’s Teapot, Spokane River, Washington; Logging Train, Puget Sound; The Narrows, Spokane River, near The Columbia; Mt. Rainier National Park; and, Glacier National Park, Montana.)
VG/G condition The Map Supplement New Map of Europe in Four Colors, 28x30" IS Included. Price: $30.00
Good condition The Map Supplement New Map of Europe in Four Colors, 28x30" IS Included. Price: $25.00 six available.
A copy in G/Poor condition without the Map Supplement is also available. Price: $15.00 Two available

 

National Geographic . June 1915, Vol. 27, No. 6
FRONTIER CITIES OF ITALY, by Florence Craig Albrecht, with 44 Illustrations (Summary: Beginning at Genoa, a Mediterranean gateway to northern Italy, the author tours from Milan and Pavia on the Lombard plain to Verona, the city of Romeo and Juliet. Related Subjects: Como, Lake, Italy; Genoa, Italy; Italy; Lugano, Lake, Italy-Switzerland; Maggiore, Lake, Italy-Switzerland; Milan, Italy; Monasteries; Pavia, Italy; Venice, Italy; Verona, Italy.)
Venice, by Karl Stieler, with 43 Illustrations and 2 Maps (From “Italy, from the Alps to Mt. Etna.”) (Summary: Exploring a labyrinth of canals, streets, and famous piazzas, the author tries to fathom Venice’s power over the human imagination but finds the city to be a sphinx whose enigma we never wholly penetrate. Related Subjects: Cathedrals; Churches; Italy; St. Mark’s Cathedral, Venice, Italy; Venice, Italy; Cathedrals.)
Magazine is complete and in very good overall condition Price: $30.00
Magazine is complete and in very good/good overall condition with minor cover wear. 1/2 of an advertisement removed. Price: $25.00
Magazine is complete and in good overall condition with minor cover wear. Four available. Price: $25.00

 

National Geographic . May 1915, Vol. 27, No. 5
SPECIAL ISSUE - Dardanelles & Bosphorus, Constantinople, American Wild Flowers, Mayflower, Troy. The Gates to the Black Sea: The Dardanelles and the Bosphorus. Constantinople and Sancta Sophia. American Wild Flowers. The Mayflower. Homer's Troy Today
Magazine is complete and in good overall condition with minor cover wear. Price: $35.00 (three available).

 

National Geographic . April 1915, Vol. 27, No. 4
16 Pages of PHOTOGRAVURE (Wayside Scenes in Europe: Ireland to the Balkans)
Austro-Italian Mountain Frontiers, by Florence Craig Albrecht, with 61 Illustrations and Map (Summary: The author finds that war breaks all rules as she tours the mountain strongholds of nations at war along the Swiss-Austrian-Italian borders. Related Subjects: Alps, Europe; Austria; Italy; Tirol (region), Austria-Italy.)
Bulgaria and Its Women, by Hester Donaldson Jenkins, with 22 Illustrations (Summary: Enamored of the beauty of Bulgarian women, an American professor from Constantinople College explores in depth the history and culture of their country.)
The Kingdom of Servia, by William Joseph Showalter, with 12 Illustrations and Map (Summary: The author provides historical background on the Serbs, principle players in the Balkan powder-box which ignited World War I. Related Subjects: Serbia.)
Magazine is complete in very good overall condition with minor cover wear. Price: $35.00.
Magazine is complete in good overall condition with minor cover wear. Price: $30.00 (Six available).
Another copy in G/Poor condition is also available. Price: $15.00
Aanther copy in Poor condition is also available. Price: $10.00

 

National Geographic . March 1915, Vol. 27, No. 3
32 Pages in Four Colors (Washington, D. C.)
Two Panoramas in Four Colors including: Washington, D. C. Mall; and, Ultimate Washington, both Size 10 x 18 Inches, in MINT Condition. 
Washington: Its Beginning, Its Growth, and Its Future, by William Howard Taft, Formerly President of the United States, with 66 Illustrations in Four Colors and Half-tones of the Plans, Renderings and Photographs of the Fine Arts Commission
Impressions of Palestine, by James Bryce, British Ambassador to the United States, 1906-1913, with 17 Illustrations
Magazine is complete and in very good overall condition with minor cover wear. Spine is clean free of chips. Interior pages are in very good/excellent condition. Both fold out panoramas in four colors are included. Price: $40.00 (three available).
Three copies in good condition are also available. Price: $35.00

 

National Geographic . February 1915, Vol. 27, No. 2
Machu Picchu, Munster, North Sea Fisheries, San Francisco, US Bureau of Standards. The Story of Machu Picchu: The National Geographic Society - Yale University Explorations in Peru. Munster - The Town of Many Gables. Europe's Endangered Fish Supply: War and the North Sea Fisheries.  A City of Realized Dreams. A Wonderland of Science
Magazine is complete and in Very Good condition.16 pages of photogravures are in very good condition.  Price: $75.00 Two available.
Magazine is complete and in Good condition.16 pages of photogravures are in very good condition.  Price: $50.00.

 

National Geographic . January 1915, Vol. 27, No. 1
Holland, Jacqueline Holland, Earthquakes, Reservation Indians, Poland. Glimpses of Holland. The City of Jacqueline. Some Personal Experience with Earthquakes. From the War-path to the Plow. Partitioned Poland
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G – Shows slight cover wear. Portions of the spine may be chipped off.

 

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