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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 1930 - 1939

National Geographic - December 1939, Vol. 76, No. 6
SPECIAL ISSUE - Cathedrals of England
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR AND 16 ENGRAVINGS (Puerto Rico; Cappadocia; and, England’s Cathedrals)
PUERTO RICO: WATCHDOG OF THE CARIBBEAN: Venerable Domain Under American Flag Has New Role as West Indian Stronghold and Sentinel of the Panama Canal, with 25 Illustrations
PUERTO RICO POLYCHROMES: 23 Natural Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd
HEART OF A HEMISPHERE: Of Vital Importance is the Area Portrayed in The Society’s New Map of Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies, with 1 Illustration
CATHEDRALS OF ENGLAND: An Artist’s Pilgrimage to These Majestic Monuments of Man’s Genius and Faith, with 3 Illustrations
CATHEDRALS OF ENGLAND: 16 Dry-point Engravings by Norman Wilkinson (Printed on a special heavier and darker stock paper)
WHERE EARLY CHRISTIANS LIVED IN CONES OF ROCK: A Journey to Cappadocia in Turkey Where Strange Volcanic Pinnacles Are Honeycombed With Hermit Cells and Monasteries, with 20 Illustrations and Map
MULTICOLORED CONES OF CAPPADOCIA (TURKEY): 20 Natural Color Photographs by Eric Matson
ESTONIA: AT RUSSIA’S BALTIC GATE: War Often Has Ravaged This Little Nation Whose Identity Was Long Submerged in the Vast Sea of Russian Peoples, with 33 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - November 1939, Vol. 76, No. 5
FORTY PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR 
BUENOS AIRES: QUEEN OF THE RIVER OF SILVER, with 23 Illustrations
BUENOS AIRES: METROPOLIS OF THE PAMPAS: 24 Natural Color Photographs by Luis Marden and M. O. Williams 
CHEMISTS MAKE A NEW WORLD: Creating Hitherto Unknown Raw Materials, Science Now Disrupts Old Trade Routes and Revamps the World Map of Industry, with 22 Illustrations
FROM NATURE’S HIDDEN BUILDING BLOCKS (Products of the Chemical Age): 26 Natural Color Photographs by Willard R. Culver 
THE NOMADS OF LAPLAND (NORTHERN SCANDINAVIA): Mysterious Little People of a Land of the Midnight Sun Live Off the Country Above the Arctic Circle, with 28 Illustrations and Map
EUROPE’S NORTHERN NOMADS: Europe’s Northern Nomads: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Jack Kuhne 
HISTORIC DANZIG: LAST OF THE CITY-STATES, with 26 Illustrations
Buenos Aires, Argentina; chemistry; arctic Laplanders; Danzig, Poland. 
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National Geographic - October 1939, Vol. 76, No. 4
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Rio Grande; and, Deer of the World) 
DOWN THE RIO GRANDE: Tracing this Strange, Turbulent Stream on Its Long Course from Colorado to the Gulf of Mexico, with 28 Illustrations and 6 Maps
RIATAS AND ROMANCE ON THE RIO GRANDE: 24 Natural Color Photographs by Luis Marden 
DEER OF THE WORLD: As Workers, Pets, and Graceful Living Statuary in Parks and Estates, These Versatile Creatures Have Endeared Themselves to Mankind, with 20 Illustrations
ANTLERED MAJESTIES OF MANY LANDS:  23 Paintings in Color by Walter A. Weber (DEER Including: Moose; Reindeer; Caribou; Wapiti; Blacktail; Mule; Whitetail; Brocket; Chilean Pudu; Peruvian Huemul; Marsh, Pampas; Barasingha; Schaumburg's; Sambar; Fallow; Roe; Japanese Sika; Axis or Chital; Red; Milu; Musk; Indian Muntjae; Michie’s Tufted; Chinese Water; and, Rusa): 
WE KEEP HOUSE ON AN ACTIVE VOLCANO: After Flying to Study a Spectacular Eruption in Belgian Congo, a Geologist Settles Down on a Newborn Craterless Vent for Eight Month’s Study, with 28 Illustrations and Map
WINGS OVER NATURE’S ZOO IN AFRICA: 20 Illustrations in Duotone from Photographs, by Reginald A. Bourlay 
WAR CLOUDS OVER DANZIG AND POLAND’S PORT: 8 Full-page Illustrations from Photographs 
THE SOCIETY’S NEW MAP OF CENTRAL EUROPE AND THE MEDITERRANEAN.
This issue also features the 39th COCA-COLA (COKE) AD on the Back Cover of the Magazine
Rio Grande; deer; Mt. Nyamlagira volcano, Belgian Congo; Poland.
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National Geographic - September 1939, Vol. 76, No. 3 
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; and, Persia-Iran)
RIO PANORAMA (BRAZIL): Breath-taking Is This Fantastic City amid Peaks, Palms, and Sea, and in Carnival Time It Moves to the Rhythm of Music, with 12 Illustrations
CARIOCA CARNIVAL (RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL): 34 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore
OLD AND NEW IN PERSIA: In This Ancient Land Now Called Iran a Modern Sugar Factory Rears Its Head Near the Palace of Darius the Great, with 20 Illustrations and Map
GILDED DOMES AGAINST AN AZURE SKY (PERSIA-IRAN): 13 Natural Color Photographs by Stephen H. Nyman
CHESAPEAKE ODYSSEY: An 18-foot Sailboat Follows the Course of Captain John Smith around This Spacious Bay of History, Commerce, Sea Food, and Nautical Lore, with 32 Illustrations and Map
LIFE’S FLAVOR ON A SWEDISH FARM: From the Rocky Hills of Smaland Thousands of Sturdy Citizens Have Emigrated to the United States, with 23 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - August 1939, Vol. 76, No. 2
Iowa; corn; Mayan ruins in Mexico; flowers of the U.S. Midwest; the platypus.
FORTY PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Iowa; and, Flowers) 
IOWA, ABIDING PLACE OF PLENTY: The State Where the Tall Corn Grows Provides the Nation with a Tenth of Its Food Supply, with 15 Illustrations and Map
CORN AND COLOR IN THE HAWKEYE STATE: Corn and Color in the Hawkeye State: 20 Natural Color Photographs by J. Baylor Roberts 
DISCOVERING THE NEW WORLD’S OLDEST DATED WORK OF MAN: A Maya Monument Inscribed 291 B. C. is Unearthed Near a Huge Stone Head by a Geographic Smithsonian Expedition in Mexico, (Colossal Head of Hueyapa in Vera Cruz state), with 41 Illustrations
FLOWER PAGEANT OF THE MIDWEST: From March to November Nature Embroiders an Ever-changing Pattern of Living Color, with 1 Illustration
FLORAL GARLANDS OF PRAIRIE, PLAIN, AND WOODLAND: 125 Flower Paintings on 24 Plates by Edith S. Clements 
AUSTRALIA’S PATCHWORK CREATURE, THE PLATYPUS: Man Succeeds in Making Friends with This Duck-billed, Fur-coated Paradox which Lays Eggs and Suckles Its Young, with 13 Illustrations
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National Geographic - July 1939, Vol. 76, No. 1
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Solar System; and, Big Game Animals)
NEWS OF THE UNIVERSE: Mars Swings Nearer the Earth, Sunspots Wane, and a Giant New Telescopic Eye Will Peer Into Unexplored Depths of SPACE, with 23 Illustrations
SOLAR SYSTEM’S ETERNAL SHOW: 10 Paintings by Charles Bittinger, N.A.
AT HOME ON THE OCEANS: Whales and Sharks Make Exciting Neighbors for a Professor’s Wife, Turned Able Seaman, On a Three-year Voyage Around the World, with 54 Illustrations and Map
LORDS OF THE ROCKIES: Photographing Big Game Animals in Their Primeval Surroundings, from Arizona to Canada, Brings Adventure to Two Wilderness Wanderers, with 14 Illustrations
STALKING BIG GAME WITH COLOR CAMERA: 28 Natural Color Photographs by Wendell Chapman
MY FOUR ANTARCTIC EXPEDITIONS: Explorations of 1933-39 Have Stricken Vast Areas from the Realm of the Unknown, by Lincoln Ellsworth, with 9 Illustrations and Map
THE WORLD THAT RIMS THE NARROWING ATLANTIC: Latest Ten-color Map Supplement Shows Four Continents and New Transatlantic Air Routes Which Make This Ocean Only One Day Wide, with 1 Illustration
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National Geographic - June 1939, Vol. 75, No. 6
Yugoslavia; Poland; birds; Europe.
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Yugoslavia; and, Birds) 
KALEIDOSCOPIC LAND OF EUROPE’S YOUNGEST KING: Yugoslavia Holds a Mosaic of Slavs and the City Where Pistol Shots Touched Off the World War, with 18 Illustrations and 2 Maps
YUGOSLAVIA: WHERE ORIENTAL HUES SPLASH EUROPE: 34 Natural Color Photographs by Konstantin. J. Kostich, and Rudolf Balogh 
PEDALING THROUGH POLAND: An American Girl Free-wheels Alone from Krakow, and Its Medieval Byways, Toward Ukraine’s Restive Borderland, with 38 Illustrations and 2 Maps 
STALKING BIRDS WITH A COLOR CAMERA: An Expert in Avian Habits Persuades His Subjects to Sit Where He Wants Them, Even in His Hat, with 3 Illustrations
CLOSE-UPS OF FAMILIAR BIRDS: 14 Natural Color Photographs by Arthur A. Allen 
LOOKING DOWN ON EUROPE AGAIN: Crisscrossing Air Tracks Reveal Nature’s Scenic Masterpieces and Man’s Swift-changing Boundaries and Structures, with 30 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - May 1939, Vol. 75, No. 5
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Tennessee; and, French Canada) 
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE VOLUNTEER STATE: Men and Industry in Tennessee Range from Pioneer Stages to Modern Machine Age, with 20 Illustrations and Map
TENNESSEE TABLEAUX: 22 Natural Color Photographs by J. Baylor Roberts 
GENTLE FOLK SETTLE STERN SAGUENAY (QUEBEC): On French Canada’s Frontier Homespun Colonists Keep the Customs of Old Norman Settlers, with 15 Illustrations and Map
CAMERA PASTELS IN FRENCH CANADA (QUEBEC): 25 Natural Color Photographs 
EXPLORING FROZEN FRAGMENTS OF AMERICAN HISTORY (ALASKA’S CAPE PRINCE OF WALES on the BERING STRAIT): On the Trail of Early Eskimo Colonists Who Made a 55-Mile Crossing from the Old World to the New, with 24 Illustrations and Map
AS SAO PAULO GROWS: Half the World’s Coffee Beans Flavor the Life and Speed the Growth of an Inland Brazil City, with 33 Illustrations and Map
THE MYSTERY OF AURORAS: National Geographic Society and Cornell University Study Spectacular Displays in the Heavens 
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National Geographic - April 1939, Vol. 75, No. 4
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Long Island, New York; and, Norway) 
SPIN YOUR GLOBE TO LONG ISLAND: Only Six States Have More People than the Insular Empire that Ranges from a World’s Fair Through Potato Patches, Princely Estates, and Historic Shrines, with 25 Illustrations
BRIGHT PATTERNS OF LONG ISLAND LIFE: 18 Natural Color Photographs by Willard R. Culver 
HENRY HUDSON, MAGNIFICENT FAILURE: Just 330 Years Ago He and His Mutinous Crew Found Manhattan Covered With Goodly Oakes and Fought Indians in New York Harbor, with 21 Illustrations
COUNTRY LIFE IN NORWAY: The Beneficent Gulf Stream Enables One-third of the People in a Far-north, Mountainous Land to Prosper on Farms, with 17 Illustrations and Map
NORWEGIAN FJORDS AND FOLKWAYS: 20 Natural Color Photographs by Jack Kuhne 
THE GEOGRAPHY OF A HURRICANE: A Doughnut-shaped Storm Turned Back Time in New England to Candlelight Days, but Revealed Anew Yankee Courage and Ingenuity, with 20 Illustrations and Map
THE SOCIETY’S MAP OF THE REACHES OF NEW YORK CITY

In the top left there are city buildings and skyscrapers, trains, subway, Automobiles, buses, people, and more. At the top are cherubs or angels. There is a panoramic birds eye scenic view at the top right with houses, ships, boats, water, a bridge, subway, people and more. The bottom left has the Statue of Liberty and a child with a cornucopia of food. The bottom right has an inset of Southern New Jersey. There are also cruise ships or ocean liners and sailing ships.

The map has all of New York City and parts of New York State, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. On the two sides there are many images including: The National Geographic Society logo, New York City emblem, U.S. President Grover Cleveland, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, West Point Academy, The 1939 - 1940 New York World's Fair Trylon & Perisphere, Rockefeller Center Building, Hudson Palisades, Atlantic City Boardwalk, Columbia University, Montauk Light House, the Brooklyn Bridge, Henry Hudson, Thomas Edison, Robert Fulton, Alexander Hamilton, Nathan Hale, J. A. Roebling, and Eli Whitney.

 

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National Geographic - March 1939, Vol. 75, No. 3
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National Geographic - February 1939, Vol. 75, No. 2
FORTY PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Golden Gate, California; Pacific Coast Fresh-water Fish; and, Mid-ocean Color Log)
CALIFORNIA’S COASTAL REDWOOD REALM: Along a Belt of Tall Trees a Giant Bridge Speeds the Winning of Our Westernmost Frontier, with 31 Illustrations and Map
THE GOLDEN GATE, AND REDWOOD EVERGREENS: 17 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart
FISHING IN PACIFIC COAST STREAMS, with 10 Illustrations
FRESH-WATER DENIZENS OF THE FAR WEST: 54 Paintings in Color from Life by Hashime Murayama
HAPPY LANDING IN BERMUDA, with 14 Illustrations
MID-OCEAN LOG (BERMUDA): 12 Natural Color Photographs by E. John Long and, Konstantin J. Kostich
TIME AND TIDE ON THE THAMES (ENGLAND), with 23 Illustrations and Map
THE THAMES, ENGLAND’S GATEWAY TO THE WORLD: 10 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart
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National Geographic - January. 1939, Vol. 75, No. 1
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Turkey; and, Rio Grande) 
THE TRANSFORMATION OF TURKEY: New Hats and New Alphabet are the Surface Symbols of the Swiftest National Changes in Modern Times, with 26 Illustrations and Map
OLD PATTERN AND NEW IN TURKEY: 23 Natural Color Photographs by Bernard F. Rogers, Jr. 
THE TEXAS DELTA OF AN AMERICAN NILE: Orchards and Gardens Replace Thorny Jungle in the Southmost Tip of the Lone Star State, with 27 Illustrations and Map
RIO GRANDE CORNUCOPIA UNDER A WINTER SUN: 24 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart 
I KEPT HOUSE IN A JUNGLE: The Spell of Primeval Tropics in Venezuela, Riotous With Strange Plants, Animals, and Snakes, Enthralls a Young American Woman, with 29 Illustrations
MODERN VENEZUELAN VIGNETTES: 9 Illustrations from Photographs 
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National Geographic - December 1938, Vol. 74, No. 6
SPECIAL ISSUE - CANARIES AND OTHER CAGE BIRDS
CHANGE COMES TO BIBLE LANDS (Near East; Egypt; Holy Land; Iraq; Lebanon; Levant States; Palestine; and, Syria), with 40 Illustrations
IN THE LAND OF MOSES AND ABRAHAM: 25 Natural Color Photographs
THE SOCIETY’S MAP OF BIBLE LANDS, with 3 Illustrations
THE GARDEN ISLES OF SCILLY (located off the coast of ENGLAND): Geologists May Throw Stones at Legend of Lost Lyonnesse, But Natives Grow Flowers in Glass Houses for London, with 9 Illustrations and Map
THE SCILLIES: ISLES OF WRECKS AND GOLDEN DAFFODILS: 13 Natural Color Photographs
CANARIES AND OTHER CAGE-BIRD FRIENDS, with 20 Illustrations
BRIGHT-HUED PETS OF CAGE AND AVIARY: 51 Portraits in Color from Life on 8 Plates, by Maj. Allan Brooks (18th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
MARVELS OF METAMORPHOSIS: A Scientific G-man Pursues Rare Trapdoor Spider Parasites for Three Years With a Spade and A Candid Camera, with 39 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (Santa Clause in a chair with a youngster)
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National Geographic - November 1938, Vol. 74, No. 5
SPECIAL ISSUE - CATS
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Domestic Cats; and, Marajo)
AN AMERICAN GIRL CYCLES ACROSS ROMANIA: Two-wheel Pilgrim Pedals the Land of Castles and Gypsies, Where Roman Empire Traces Mingle With Remnants of Oriental Migration, with 31 Illustrations and Map
THE PANTHER OF THE HEARTH: Lithe Grace and Independence of Spirit Contribute to the Appeal of Cats, The Only Domestic Animal Man Has Never Conquered, with 22 Illustrations
CATDOM’S ROYALTY PHOTOGRAPHED IN COLOR: 25 Natural Color Photographs by Willard R. Culver
WONDER ISLAND OF THE AMAZON DELTA (Marajo Island, Brazil, South America): On Marajo Cowboys Ride Oxen, Tree-dwelling Animals Throng Dense Forests, While Strange Fishes and Birds Help Make a Zoologist’s Paradise, with 30 Illustrations and Map
COWBOYS AND CAYMANS OF MARAJO (Marajo Island, Amazon Delta, Brazil): 12 Natural Color Photographs by Desmond Holdridge
TRISTAN DA CUNHA, ISLES OF CONTENTMENT: On Lonely Sea Spots of Pirate Lore and Shipwrecks Seven Families Live Happily Far From War Rumors and World Changes (Five Volcanic British Islands located deep in the South Atlantic Ocean), with 23 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - October 1938, Vol. 74, No. 4
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Hawaii; Pacific Fishes; and, Finland)
HAWAII, THEN AND NOW: Boyhood Recollections and Recent Observations by An American Whose Grandfather Came to the Islands 102 Years Ago, with 30 Illustrations and Map
LEIS FROM ALOHA LAND: 10 Natural Color Photographs by Richard H. Stewart
TREASURES OF THE PACIFIC: Marine Fishes and Fisheries Yield Vast Wealth from Alaska to Baja California, with 10 Illustrations
GLEAMING FISHES OF PACIFIC COASTAL WATERS: 31 Portraits in Color from Life by Hashime Murayama
THE FARTHEST-NORTH REPUBLIC: Olympic Games and Arctic Flying Bring Sequestered FINLAND into New Focus of World Attention, with 25 Illustrations and Map
FINLAND, LAND OF SKY-BLUE LAKES: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Konstantin J. Kostich
AUGUSTUS, EMPEROR AND ARCHITECT: Two Thousand Years Ago Was Born the Physically Frail But Spiritually Great Roman Who Became the Master of the World, with 17 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - September 1938, Vol. 74, No. 3
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Connecticut; Africa; and, Tongareva Pearl Lagoon)
CONNECTICUT, PRODIGY OF INGENUITY: Factories Play a Symphony of Industry Amid Colonial Scenes in the State of Steady Habits, with 25 Illustrations and Map
OLD AND NEW BLEND IN YANKEE LAND (CONNECTICUT): 25 Natural Color Photographs
TRANS-AFRICA SAFARI: A Motor Caravan Rolls Across Sahara and Jungle Through Realms of Dusky Potentates and the Land of Big-Lipped Women, with 30 Illustrations
AFRICA ON PARADE: 14 Natural Color Photographs by Lawrence Thaw
ON THE BOTTOM OF A SOUTH SEA PEARL LAGOON (located 2,000 miles south of Honolulu, Hawaii, Tongareva Island, also known as Penrhyn Island, is a typical South Sea Coral Atoll), with 17 Illustrations
SEA FLOOR AQUARELLES FROM TONGAREVA: 8 Paintings by Else Bostelmann
AMONG THE BIG KNOT LOIS OF HAINAN (CHINA): Wild Tribesmen With Topknots Roam the Little-known Interior of This Big and Strategically Important Island in the China Sea, with 29 Illustrations . Sep. Back cover advertisement:        Pennsylvania State Publicity Commission
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National Geographic - August 1938, Vol. 74, No. 2
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Czechoslovakia; Birds of the High Seas) 
OUR SEARCH FOR THE LOST AVIATORS: An Arctic Area Larger Than Montana First Explored in Hunt for Missing Russians (Moscow, Russia to Fairbanks, Alaska flight attempt), with 29 Illustrations and Map
CZECHOSLOVAKS, YANKEES OF EUROPE, with 23 Illustrations and Map
CZECHOSLOVAK CYCLORAMA: 30 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore 
BIRDS OF THE HIGH SEAS: Albatrosses and Petrels; Gannets, Mon-o’-war-birds, and Tropic-birds, with 7 Illustrations
WINGS OVER THE BOUNDING MAIN: 36 Portraits in Color from Life on 8 Plates by Maj. Allan Brooks (17th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39) 
WE LIVE ALONE, AND LIKE IT, ON AN ISLAND (tiny 250-acre STOCKHOLM ISLAND, off the coast of WALES), with 27 Illustrations
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National Geographic - July 1938, Vol. 74, No. 1
ROADS FROM WASHINGTON (Virginia caves; Delaware beaches; Pennsylvania Dutch farms; Baltimore, Maryland, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania streets; and islands with wild ponies), with 27 Illustrations
SPRING’S BOUQUETS DECK THE CAPITAL: 10 Natural Color Photographs by Harrison Howell Walker 
TRI-STATE MEDLEY (Virginia; Maryland; and, Delaware): 10 Natural Color Photographs by Willard R. Culver 
PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH, IN A LAND OF MILD AND HONEY: 10 Natural Color Photographs by J. Baylor Roberts 
THE SOCIETY’S MAP OF HISTORIC AND SCENIC REACHES OF THE NATION’S CAPITAL 
PILGRIMS STILL STOP AT PLYMOUTH (BRITAIN’S Thriving Port on the ENGLISH CHANNEL), with 19 Illustrations
OVER THE ROOF OF OUR CONTINENT (NGS Sponsored Flights Over the Alaska Range, Highest Mountain Range in North America, to Photograph ALASKA’S MOUNT MCKINLEY) with Map 
OVER THE ROOF OF OUR CONTINENT: 17 Illustrations in Duotone from Photographs (MOUNT MCKINLEY (DENALI), ALASKA RANGE, ALASKA) 
GUAM, PERCH OF THE CHINA CLIPPERS, with 24 Illustrations
MEN-BIRDS SOAR ON BOILING AIR (Glider Planes), with 15 Illustrations
Washington, D.C.; Pennsylvania Dutch; Guam; Plymoth, England; mountains of Alaska.
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National Geographic - June 1938, Vol. 73, No. 6
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Netherlands Indies; New York’s Adirondacks; and, Canton Island) 
AROUND THE WORLD FOR ANIMALS (NGS-Smithsonian Institution Expedition in which the Director of the National Zoological Park in Washington, DC, travels to Java, Sumatra, Japan, and China, bringing back 890 animals for the zoo, among which are included snakes, bears, giraffes, birds, and a tiger), with 34 Illustrations
NETHERLANDS INDIES: PATCHWORK OF PEOPLES: 23 Natural Color Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams 
NEW YORK STATE’S AIR-CONDITIONED ROOF (ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS), with 24 Illustrations
ADIRONDACK IDYLS: 10 Natural Color Photographs by Harrison Howell Walker 
CRUSOES OF CANTON ISLAND: Life on a Tiny Pacific Atoll That Has Flashed Into World Importance (NGS-U.S. NAVY ECLIPSE EXPEDITION OF 1937 travels to the deserted CANTON ISLAND, in the Phoenix Islands, Kiribati where Scientists spend 4 months in preparation of the observation of a SOLAR ECLIPSE), with 7 Illustrations
UNFURLING OLD GLORY ON CANTON ISLAND: 10 Natural Color Photographs and Painting 
FLYING AROUND THE BALTIC (Northern European Countries surrounding the BALTIC SEA including: Baltic States; East Prussia; Estonia; Finland; Poland; Latvia; Lithuania; Prussia; and, Sweden), with 32 Illustrations
WILNO, STEPCHILD OF THE POLISH FRONTIER: 13 Illustrations in Duotone 
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National Geographic - May 1938, Vol. 73, No. 5
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (New Mexico; and, Monkeys) 
NEW MEXICO MELODRAMA, with 19 Illustrations and Map
NATURE PAINTS NEW MEXICO: 25 Natural Color Photographs by Richard H. Stewart 
FOUR THOUSAND HOURS OVER CHINA, by Capt. Hans Koester, with 26 Illustrations
SINGAPORE: FAR EAST GIBRALTAR IN THE MALAY JUNGLE: 23 Illustrations from Photographs 
MONKEY FOLK, by William M. Mann, Director, National Zoological Park, Washington, DC, with 24 Illustrations
WHO’S WHO IN THE MONKEY WORLD: 40 Portraits in Color from Life by Elie Cheverlange 
A FROG THE EATS BATS AND SNAKES (Smokey Jungle Frog of Central and South America): In Captivity, This Big Jungle Amphibian Exhibits an Extraordinary Appetite, with 11 Illustrations
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National Geographic - April 1938, Vol. 73, No. 4
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Belgium; and, Austria) 
BELGIUM, EUROPE IN MINIATURE, with 34 Illustrations
BELGIAN PORTRAITS: 20 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart 
TWEEDSMUIR PARK: THE DIARY OF A PILGRIMAGE (BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA), with 24 Illustrations
AGELESS LUSTER OF GREECE AND RHODES: 16 Illustrations in Duotone by Arnold Genthe 
AUSTRIAN AUGUST, AND SEPTEMBER, with 12 Illustrations
AUSTRIAN KODACHROMES FROM A CANDID CAMERA: 19 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore 
THE GEOGRAPHIC’S NEW MAP OF EUROPE AND THE MEDITERRANEAN, by Gilbert Grosvenor, with 1 Illustration and 1 Chart
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National Geographic - March 1938, Vol. 73, No. 3
SOUTHWARD HO! IN THE ALICE (Cruise aboard a 52-foot Sailboat along the path of pirates from North Carolina to the West Indies), with 38 Illustrations and 2 Maps
COLORFUL PATHS IN MARTINIQUE AND GUADELOUPE (WEST INDIES): 13 Natural Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd 
CHINA’S GREAT WALL OF SCULPTURE: Man-hewn Caves and Countless Images Form a Colossal Art Wonder of Early Buddhism (Paintings and Carvings by the Toba Tatars of the Northern Wei dynasty, A.D. 386-532, in the Caves at Yun Kang, in China’s Shansi (Shanxi) Province), with 24 Illustrations
BUDDHIST CALM SURVIVES ALONG CHINA’S GREAT WALL: 4 Paintings and 6 Natural Color Photographs 
HONG KONG, BRITAIN’S FAR-FLUNG OUTPOST IN CHINA: 16 Illustrations 
GUERNSEY, THE FRIENDLY ISLE (CHANNEL ISLANDS, UNITED KINGDOM), with 28 Illustrations
CONTENTED GUERNSEY: 11 Natural color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart 
Martinique and Guadeloupe (Leeward Islands); great wall of China; Hong Kong; Guernsey, England.
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National Geographic - February 1938, Vol. 73, No. 2
CASTLES AND PROGRESS IN PORTUGAL, with 37 Illustrations
COLOR CLOSE-UPS OF EUROPE’S CORNER LAND (PORTUGAL): 24 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore 
THE RISE AND FALL OF NANKING (CHINA), with 37 Illustrations
THE INCAS: EMPIRE BUILDERS OF THE ANDES, with 26 Illustrations
IN THE REALM OF THE SONS OF THE SUN (INCAS): 10 Paintings by H. M. Herget 
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National Geographic - January 1938, Vol. 73, No. 1
MAGYAR MIRTH AND MELANCHOLY (HUNGARY), with 34 Illustrations
RURAL HUNGARIAN RHAPSODY: 20 Natural Color Photographs by Rudolf Balogh, and Hans Hildenbrand 
SHIPS, FROM DUGOUTS TO DREADNOUGHTS, by Captain Dudley W. Knox, United States Navy, with 27 Illustrations
SHIPS OF THE CENTURIES: 16 Etchings by Norman Wilkinson 
WOMEN’S WORK IN JAPAN, with 32 Illustrations
TRADITION LINGERS IN MODERN JAPAN: 11 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore 
Hungary; ships; women in Japan.
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National Geographic - December 1937, Vol. 72, No. 6
LANDSCAPED KWANGSI, CHINA’S PROVINCE OF PICTORIAL ART, with 34 Illustrations
CHINA’S WONDERLAND: YEN TANG SHAN: 8 Camera Paintings by Herbert Clarence White and others
CHANGING CANTON (Black and White Photographic Essay): 20 Illustrations from Photographs
LAKE GENEVA: CRADLE OF CONFERENCES (SWITZERLAND), with 13 Illustrations
INSIDE CAPE HORN (Eight month Adventure in 26-foot boat rounding SOUTH AMERICA’S CAPE HORN), with 29 Illustrations and Map
LAND OF THE HORN, AMERICA’S TIPTOE: 10 Natural Color Finlay Photographs by Amos Burg
BONDS BETWEEN THE AMERICAS (SOUTH AMERICAN Exports to the AMERICAN Economy), with 22 Illustrations
THE SOCIETY’S MAP OF SOUTH AMERICA
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National Geographic - November 1937, Vol. 72, No. 5
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (American Indians)
AMERICA’S FIRST SETTLERS, THE INDIANS (Algonquian; Chippewa; Eastern Woodland; Huron; Indians of North America; Iroquois Confederacy; Menominee; Mohawk; Penobscot; Pequot; Sauk and Fox; Seneca; Shawnee; and, Six Nations Confederacy), with 34 Illustrations
WHEN RED MEN RULED OUR FOREST: 24 Paintings by W. Langdon Kihn
PEARL FISHING IN THE RED SEA, with 25 Illustrations
PILGRIMS’ PROGRESS TO MECCA (Photographic Essay depicting the annual Islamic pilgrimage to the holy city of MECCA in SAUDI ARABIA): 22 Illustrations in Duotone, 20 of which are Copyright Photographs by Oscar Marcus from Black Star
KEEPING HOUSE ON THE CONGO (American woman and her family adjust to African culture in the small river port of BOMA, located in BELGIUM CONGO), with 29 Illustrations
American Indians (Native Americans); pearl fishing in the Red Sea; pilgrimage to Mecca, Saudi Arabia; the Congo.
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National Geographic - October 1937, Vol. 72, No. 4
THE MIRACLE OF TALKING BY TELEPHONE, with 41 Illustrations
A SKYLINE DRIVE IN THE PYRENEES, by W. Robert Moore 
COSTUME PAGEANTS IN THE FRENCH PYRENEES: 24 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore 
HARK TO THE HOUNDS (DOGS), with 18 Illustrations
HUNTERS ALL: A ROLL CALL OF THE HOUNDS: 31 Portraits in Color from Life on 8 Plates by Edward Herbert Miner 
CHANGING SHANGHAI (CHINA), with 21 Illustrations and 2 Maps
PEACETIME PLANT HUNTING ABOUT PEIPING (CHINA), with 21 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - September 1937, Vol. 72, No. 3
MACHINES COME TO MISSISSIPPI, with 34 Illustrations and Map
MAGNOLIA STATE MOSAIC (MISSISSIPPI): 26 Natural Color Photographs by J. Baylor Roberts
CROSSROADS OF THE CARIBBEAN (TRINIDAD, WEST INDIES), with 19 Illustrations
TROPIC COLOR IN TRINIDAD: 14 Natural Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd
PLATINUM IN THE WORLD’S WORK, with 17 Illustrations
NATURE’S MOST DRAMATIC SPECTACLE (NGS-US NAVY SOLAR ECLIPSE Expedition to CANTON ISLAND, located in the MID-PACIFIC), with 16 Illustrations and Map
ECLIPSE ADVENTURES ON A DESERT ISLE (CANTON ISLAND), with 14 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - August 1937, Vol. 72, No. 2
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Kansas; and BIRDS: Shore Birds, Cranes, and Rails)
SPEAKING OF KANSAS, with 38 Illustrations
VIEWS AND HUES OF THE SUNFLOWER STATE: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Richard H. Stewart
THE SHORE BIRDS, CRANES, AND RAILS: Willets, Plovers, Stilts, Phalaropes, Sandpipers, and Their Relatives Deserve Protection, with 4 Illustrations
FEATHERED FORAGERS OF SWAMP AND SHORE: 101 Portraits in Color from Life by Maj. Allan Brooks (16th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
THE PILGRIM SAILS THE SEVEN SEAS: A Schooner Yacht Out of Boston Drops In At Desert Isles and South Sea Edens in a Leisurely Two-Year Voyage (Two-year Voyage around the World in a Schooner Yacht with a crew of eight, visiting such places as TAHITI, AMERICAN SOMOA, and BALI), with 36 Illustrations
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National Geographic - July 1937, Vol. 72, No. 1
ON GOES WISCONSIN: Strength and Vigor Mark This Midwestern State, With Its Woods and Lakes and Its Blend of Sturdy Nationalities, with 25 Illustrations and Map
LIFE’S COLOR IN WISCONSIN: 27 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart
POTENT PERSONALITIES, WASPS AND HORNETS: Though Often Painfully Stung, Mankind Profits Immeasurably from the Pest-killing Activities of These Fiery Little Flyers, with 18 Illustrations
FARMER’S FRIENDS AMONG THE WASPS AND HORNETS: 12 Paintings from Life by Hashime Murayama
FROM NOTCH TO NOTCH IN THE WHITE MOUNTAINS: Soaring Heights of New Hampshire Attract Multitudes to America’s Oldest Mountain Recreation Area, with 30 Illustrations. Map Supplement (The White Mountains Of New Hampshire) 
THE SOCIETY’S SPECIAL MEDAL IS AWARDED TO DR. THOMAS C. POULTER: Admiral Byrd’s Second-in-Command and Senior Scientist Is Accorded High Geographic Honor, with 2 Illustrations
ADVENTURES WITH BIRDS OF PREY (FALCONRY), by Frank and John Craighead, with 25 Illustrations from Photographs. Back cover advertisement:        Grace Line Services (ocean liner travel)
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National Geographic - June 1937, Vol. 71, No. 6
WASHINGTON (DC), HOME CITY AND SHOW PLACE: To Residents and Visitors the Nation’s Capital Presents Varied Sides as the City Steadily Grows in Beauty and Stature, with 11 Illustrations
THE WASHINGTON OF TRADITION BUILDS FOR THE FUTURE: 20 Natural Color Photographs 
HUNTING WITH A MICROPHONE THE VOICES OF VANISHING BIRDS, by Arthur A. Allen, with 32 Illustrations
IN THE EMPIRE OF THE AZTECS: Mexico City is Rich in Relics of a People Who Practiced Human Sacrifice, Yet Loved Flowers, Education, and Art, with 14 Illustrations
AZTECS UNDER THE WAR GOD’S REIGN: 10 Paintings by H. M. Herget 
WHERE BRETONS WREST A LIVING FROM THE SEA: (Black and White Photographic Essay depicting the lives of the seafaring people of BRITTANY, FRANCE): 23 Illustrations from Photographs by F. W. Goro 
MEN AGAINST THE RIVERS (1937 Flooding of OHIO and MISSISSIPPI Rivers), with 22 Illustrations and Map
A MODERN PILGRIM’S MAP OF THE BRITISH ISLES, with 3 Illustrations (Article only: Map supplement is NOT included with this Magazine.)
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National Geographic - May 1937, Vol. 71, No. 5
special issue - butterfly migrants
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Butterflies; Isle of Man; and England)

BY SAIL ACROSS EUROPE (On a chain of rivers and canals aboard a Dutch cutter from the English Channel to the Black Sea), with 39 Illustrations

BUTTERFLY TRAVELERS: Some Varieties Migrate Thousands of Miles

NOMADS AMONG THE BUTTERFLIES: 3 Paintings by Hashime Murayama, and 5 Natural Color Photographs by W. R. Culver

THE ISLE OF MAN (Britain’s Isle of Man in the Irish Sea is located midway between England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland), with 14 Illustrations
SUNNY CORNERS IN THE FRIENDLY ISLE (Isle of Man, Britain, United Kingdom): 12 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart
ALONG LONDON’S CORONATION ROUTE (Edward VII’s upcoming Coronation on May 12), with 22 Illustrations and Map
A MEXICAN LAND OF LAKES AND LACQUERS (Black and White Photographic Essay depicting Mexico’s TARASCAN Indians, who live in the state of Michoacan): 22 Illustrations from Photographs
BEKONSCOT, ENGLAND’S TOY-SIZE TOWN, with 2 Illustrations
TABLEAUX IN AN ENGLISH LILLIPUT (Bekonscot, England): 15 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart. Back cover advertisement:        Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - April 1937, Vol. 71, No. 4
SPECIAL ISSUE - COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia; and, Austria) 
THE GENESIS OF THE WILLIAMSBURG RESTORATION, by John D. Rockefeller, Jr. 
THE RESTORATION OF COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG, with 21 Illustrations
VIRGINIA’S COLONIAL HERITAGE: 25 Natural Color Photographs by Geographic Staff 
THE SALZKAMMERGUT, A PLAYGROUND OF AUSTRIA (The Switzerland of Austria, an area surrounding the city of SALZBURG), with 35 Illustrations
AN AUSTRIAN ALBUM: 13 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand 
GRAND CANAL PANORAMA (2,500 Year Old Canal in the real heart of CHINA), with 32 Illustrations
THE SAGUARO FOREST (Saguaro National Monument, east of Tucson, ARIZONA), with 7 Illustrations
ARIZONA SANDS, HOME OF THE CACTUS KING: 11 Illustrations from Photographs 
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National Geographic - March 1937, Vol. 71, No. 3
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Rome, Italy; Crater Lake and Yosemite; and Stratosphere)
IMPERIAL ROME REBORN, with 34 Illustrations
CAESAR’S CITY TODAY: 21 Natural Color Photographs by Bernard F. Rogers, Jr.
CRATER LAKE AND YOSEMITE THROUGH THE AGES (National Parks), with 7 Illustrations
CRATER LAKE AND YOSEMITE THROUGH THE AGES: 13 Paintings by Eugene Kingman
THE COLOR CAMERA CONQUERS THE STRATOSPHERE (First Color Photograph from the Stratosphere) by Albert W. Stevens
TIME’S FOOTPRINTS IN TUNISIAN SANDS, with 43 Illustrations and 2 Maps
THE MEXICAN INDIAN FLYING POLE DANCE, with 13 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Heinz Tomato Juice
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National Geographic - February 1937, Vol. 71, No. 2
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (NAZI BERLIN, GERMANY; Russian Solar Eclipse; and Atlantic Creatures) 
CHANGING BERLIN (1936 Summer Olympics in NAZI Germany), by Douglas Chandler, with 30 Illustrations
LIFE AND LUSTER OF BERLIN: 24 Natural Color Photographs by Wilhelm Tobien, and Hans Hildenbrand , 
OBSERVING AN ECLIPSE IN ASIATIC RUSSIA, with 19 Illustrations
NATURAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPH OF THE ECLIPSE (The First Natural Color Photograph of an Eclipse Ever Reproduced), Dulaycolor Photograph by Irvine C. Gardner 
DENIZENS OF OUR WARM ATLANTIC WATERS (ATLANTIC GULF STREAM), with 10 Illustrations
STRANGE CREATURES OF SUNNY SEAS: 8 Paintings by Else Bostelmann 
NORTH ABOUT (Sailing Expedition from Singapore to Sydney, Australia in one of the last square-rigged ships, the Joseph Conrad, exploring exotic islands in MELANESIA, and PACIFIC ISLANDS), with 24 Illustrations
WE ESCAPE FROM MADRID (SPAIN’S Revolt of July 1936), with 15 Illustrations
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National Geographic - January 1937, Vol. 71, No. 1
SPECIAL ISSUE Field Dogs
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (London, England; and, Field Dogs)
AS LONDON (ENGLAND) TOILS AND SPINS, with 38 Illustrations
THE POMP AND PULSE OF MODERN LONDON: 23 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart
BEDOUIN LIFE IN BIBLE LANDS (JORDAN’S Deserts): The Nomads of the Houses of Hair Offer Unstinted Hospitality to an American, with 28 Illustrations
FIELD DOGS IN ACTION, with 8 Illustrations
MAN’S HUNTING PARTNER, THE FIELD DOG: 36 Portraits in Color from Life on 8 Plates by Edward Herbert Miner
UGANDA, LAND OF SOMETHING NEW: Equatorial African Area Reveals Snow-crowned Peaks, Crater Lakes, Jungle-story Beasts, Human Giants, and Forest Pygmies, with 23 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Hormel Vegetable Soup
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National Geographic - December 1936, Vol. 70, No. 6
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Australia; and, Peiping, China)
FLYING THE PACIFIC, with 39 Illustrations
BEYOND AUSTRALIA’S CITIES, with 27 Illustrations
SUNNY CORNERS OF KANGAROO LAND (AUSTRALIA): 12 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore
PEIPING’S HAPPY NEW YEAR (CHINA): Lunar Celebration Attracts Throngs to Temple Fairs, Motley Bazaars, and Age-old Festivities, with 31 Illustrations
A PEIPING (CHINA) PANORAMA IN VIVID PIGMENTS: 16 Camera Paintings
THE SOCIETY’S NEW MAP OF THE PACIFIC . Back cover advertisement: Coca-Cola  (Color illustration of Santa and toy train)
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National Geographic - November 1936, Vol. 70, No. 5
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Mexico; Ancient Maya; and New England)

TRAINS OF TODAY, AND TOMORROW, with 51 Illustrations

YUCATAN (MEXICO), HOME OF THE GIFTED MAYA: Two Thousand Years of History Reach Back to Early American Temple Builders, Corn Cultivators, and Pioneers in Mathematics (including CHICHEN ITZA, and other ruins), with 29 Illustrations

TODAY IN THE FEATHERED SERPENT’S CITY (YUCATAN PENINSULA, MEXICO): 25 Natural Color Photographs by Luis Marden

LIFE AND DEATH IN ANCIENT MAYA LAND: 10 Paintings by H. M. Herget

NEW ENGLAND SKI TRAILS: Snow and Ice Sports Transform Whittier’s Winters of Snowbound Seclusion Into Seasons of Outdoor Recreation, with 11 Illustrations

SPORT AND COLOR AMID NEW ENGLAND SNOWS: 13 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart

 

TRAINS; CHICHEN ITZA and YUCATAN, MEXICO MAYA; and NEW ENGLAND. Also featured in this issue are 32 Pages of Illustrations in Full Color from Photographs of: MEXICO, and NEW ENGLAND, and from Paintings of ANCIENT MAYA LAND.
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National Geographic - October 1936, Vol. 70, No. 4
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Guatemala; and, Game Birds)

TURBULENT SPAIN, with 25 Illustrations and Map

GUATEMALA INTERLUDE: In the Land of the Quetzal a Modern Capital Contrasts With Primitive Indian Villages and the Pompeii of America, with 23 Illustrations

WHERE MAN’S GARB RIVALS THE QUETZAL (GUATEMALA): 13 Natural Color Photographs by Luis Marden

GAME BIRDS OF PRAIRIE, FOREST, AND TUNDRA, with 5 Illustrations

HUNTED BIRDS OF FIELD AND WILD: 60 Portraits in color from Life on 16 Plates, by Maj. Allan Brooks (15th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)

PARIS IN SPRING, with 30 Illustrations

 

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National Geographic - September 1936, Vol. 70, No. 3
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Indiana; and, Cambridge, England)

INDIANA JOURNEY, with 32 Illustrations and Map

HOOSIER HAUNTS AND HOLIDAYS (INDIANA): 27 Natural Color Photographs by Willard R. Culver

A MODERN DRAGON HUNT ON KOMODO: An English Yachting Party Traps and Photographs the Huge and Carnivorous Dragon Lizard of the Lesser Sundas, with 12 Illustrations in Duotone by Lady Broughton

WITHIN THE HALLS OF CAMBRIDGE (ENGLAND), with 7 Illustrations

WHERE THE WINDING CAM MIRRORS CAMBRIDGE SPIRES: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Bernard Wakeman, and Walter M. Edwards

SOJOURNING IN THE ITALY OF TODAY, with 47 Illustrations

 

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National Geographic - August 1936, Vol. 70, No. 2
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Switzerland; and, Undersea Gardens)

AN AUGUST FIRST IN GRUYERES (SWITZERLAND), with 12 Illustrations

GREEN GRUYERE, HOME OF A SWISS CHEESE: 23 Natural Color Photographs by Bernard F. Rogers

NEW SAFEGUARDS FOR SHIPS IN FOG AND STORM, with 30 Illustrations

MERRY MASKERS OF IMST (AUSTRIAN TYROL): 14 Illustrations from Photographs by Francis C. Fuerst

SEA CREATURES OF OUR ATLANTIC SHORES, with 9 Illustrations

UNDERSEA GARDENS OF THE NORTH ATLANTIC COAST: 8 Paintings by Else Bostelmann

WHERE BIRDS AND LITTLE ANIMALS FIND HAVEN (Eaton Canyon Bird and Game Sanctuary, near Pasadena, California), with 14 Illustrations

RAMBLING AROUND THE ROOF OF EASTERN AMERICA (Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee-North Carolina), with 26 Illustrations

 

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National Geographic - July 1936, Vol. 70, No. 1
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Boston; and, Warwick, England)
MY FLIGHT ACROSS ANTARCTICA, with 38 Illustrations
ELLSWORTH AWARDED THE HUBBARD MEDAL
BOSTON THROUGH MIDWEST EYES, with 24 Illustrations
THE HUB CITY, CRADLE OF AMERICAN LIBERTY (BOSTON): 31 Natural Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart, and Luis Marden
HOW WARWICH WAS PHOTOGRAPHED, by Maynard Owen Williams
WARWICK CASTLE, STAGE FOR OLD ENGLAND’S PAGEANTRY: 13 Natural Color Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams
DOWN IDAHO’S RIVER OF NO RETURN (Salmon River), with 43 Illustrations and 2 Maps
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National Geographic - June 1936, Vol. 69, No.6
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (West Point; Annapolis; Birds: Flycatchers)

EXPLORING YUKON’S GLACIAL STRONGHOLD (CANADA), with 28 Illustrations and Map

CANADA’S AWAKENING NORTH, with 28 Illustrations

WEST POINT AND THE GRAY-CLAD CORPS, with 10 Natural-Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd

ANNAPOLIS, CRADLE OF THE NAVY, with 13 Natural Color Photographs

PARROTS, KINGFISHERS, AND FLYCATCHERS: Strange Trogons and Curious Cuckoos are Pictured with these Other Birds of Color, Dash, and Courage, with 9 Illustrations

FLYCATCHERS AND OTHER FRIENDS IN FEATHERS: 36 Portraits in Color from Life on 8 Plates, by Maj. Allan Brooks (14th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)

COLOGNE, KEY CITY OF THE RHINELAND (GERMANY), with 19 Illustrations

 

Yukon, Canada; West Point; Annapolis; parrots, kingfishers, and flycatchers (birds); Cologne, Germany.
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National Geographic - May 1936, Vol. 69, No. 5
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Utah; and, Butterflies)
UTAH, CARVED BY WINDS AND WATERS: The Beehive State, Settled Only 89 Years Ago, Stands a Monument to the Courage of Its Founders, with 22 Illustrations and Map
BURSTS OF COLOR IN SCULPTURED UTAH: 22 Natural Color Photographs by Richard H. Stewart
NORMANDY (FRANCE): CHOICE OF THE VIKINGS, with 26 Illustrations
MONT ST. MICHEL (Normandy, France): A MEDIEVAL MASTERPIECE: 22 Illustrations in Duotone from Photographs, 20 of which are by F. S. Lincoln
BUTTERFLIES: TRY AND GET THEM, with 15 Illustrations
WINGED JEWELS FROM MANY LANDS (Butterflies): 3 Paintings by Hashime Murayama, and 6 Natural Color Photographs by Willard R. Culver
THE SCIENTIFIC RESULTS OF THE WORLD RECORD STRATOSPHERE FLIGHT (Explorer-II Balloon), by Capt. Albert W. Stevens, with 15 Illustrations
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National Geographic - April 1936, Vol. 69, No. 4
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Japan; England’s Lake District; and Birds: Songsters) 
FRIENDLY JOURNEYS IN JAPAN: A Young American Finds a Ready Welcome in the Homes of the Japanese During Leisurely Travels Through the Islands, with 29 Illustrations
CASTLES, SHRINES, AND PARKS OF JAPANESE PILGRIMAGE: 10 Natural-Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore 
MYSTERIOUS MICRONESIA: YAP, MAP, and Other Islands Under Japanese Mandate are Museums of Primitive Man, with 38 Illustrations
INFORMAL SALUTE TO THE ENGLISH LAKES, by Maynard Owen Williams 
ENGLAND’S LAKE DISTRICT, FOUNTAINHEAD OF POETRY: 10 Natural-Color Photographs by G. P. Abraham, Ltd. 
THRUSHES, THRASHERS, AND SWALLOWS: Robins and Bluebirds are Familiar Members of a Famous Musical Family Which Includes the Hermit Thrush and European Nightingale, with 6 Illustrations
SOME SONGSTERS AND FLYERS OF WIDE REPUTE: 42 Paintings from Life on 8 Plates, by Maj. Allan Brooks (13th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39) 
LOW ROAD, HIGH ROAD, AROUND DUNDEE (SCOTLAND), with 36 Illustrations
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National Geographic - March 1936, Vol. 69, No. 3
WITH THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (California; and, Old Spain)
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AT WORK, with 36 Illustrations and 2 Maps
CALIFORNIA, 85 YEARS AFTER THE GOLD RUSH: 23 Natural-Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart
WHERE SPRING PAINTS A STATE WITH WILD FLOWERS (CALIFORNIA): 18 Natural-Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart
BRIDGES, FROM GRAPEVINE TO STEEL, with 13 Illustrations
A PALETTE FROM SPAIN, with 17 Illustrations
FLASHING FASHIONS OF OLD SPAIN: 26 Illustrations in Duotone from Photographs by J. Ortiz Echague
California; bridges; Spain.
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National Geographic - February 1936, Vol. 69, No. 2
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (New Zealand; Terrier Dogs)
NEW ZEALAND DOWN UNDER, with 31 Illustrations and Map
NORTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND: A VULCAN’S PLAYGROUND: 12 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore
ALPINE PEAKS AND PASTURES OF SOUTH ISLAND (New Zealand): 11 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore
BAHAMA HOLIDAY, with 30 Illustrations
MAN’S OLDEST ALLY, THE DOG: Since Cave-Dweller Days This Faithful Friend Has Shared the Work, Exploration, and Sport of Humankind, with 13 Illustrations
GALLANT LITTLE SPORTSMEN OF THE TERRIER TRIBE: 33 Portraits in Color from Life on 8 Plates, by Edward Herbert Miner
APPROACH TO PEIPING (CHINA), with 25 Illustrations 
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National Geographic - January 1936, Vol. 69, No. 1
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Asia’s Nomads; Birds: Auks)
WITH THE NOMADS OF CENTRAL ASIA: A Summer’s Sojourn in the Tekes Valley, Plateau Paradise of Mongol and Turkic Tribes, with 44 Illustrations. Recounts an arduous overland journey and has wonderful color plates by Alexandre Iacovleff.
FACES AND FASHIONS OF ASIA’S CHANGELESS TRIBES: 26 Paintings and Drawings by Alexandre Lacovleff (Citroen-Haardt Trans-Asiatic Expedition artist)
MAN’S FARTHEST ALOFT: Rising to 13.71 Miles, the National Geographic Society-U.S. Army Stratosphere Expedition Gathers Scientific Data at Record Altitude, by Capt. Albert W. Stevens, with 40 Illustrations
BIRDS OF THE NORTHERN SEAS, with 12 Illustrations
AUKS AND THEIR NORTHLAND NEIGHBORS: 34 Paintings from Life by Maj. Allan Brooks (12th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY AND ITS MAGAZINE, by Gilbert Grosvenor, President, National Geographic Society, with 24 Illustrations 
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National Geographic - December 1935, Vol. 68, No. 6
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Australia; and Passion Play)
CAPITAL CITIES OF AUSTRALIA, with 32 Illustrations and Map
FLASHES OF COLOR IN THE FIFTH CONTINENT: 24 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore
THE ROCK OF ADEN (Aden Protectorate): The Volcanic Mountain Fortress, on the Sea Route from Suez to India, Assumes New Importance, with 25 Illustrations
WHERE BIBLE CHARACTERS LIVE AGAIN: Everyday Life in Oberammergau (Germany), World Famous for Its Passion Play, Reaches a Climax at Christmas, with 20 Illustrations
BEHIND THE SCENES IN THE HOME OF THE PASSION PLAY: 11 Natural Color Photographs
HORACE: CLASSIC POET OF THE COUNTRYSIDE, with 23 Illustrations
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY’S NEW MAP OF THE WORLD . Back cover advertisement: Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)
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National Geographic - November 1935, Vol. 68, No. 5
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Ancient Mayas; and, Ireland)
PRESERVING ANCIENT AMERICA’S FINEST SCULPTURES (Maya Region, which comprises Guatemala, southern Mexico, Yucatan, British Honduras, and northern Honduras), with 24 Illustrations
PORTRAITS OF ANCIENT MAYAS, A PEACE-LOVING PEOPLE: 10 Paintings by H. M. Herget
THE MIST AND SUNSHINE OF ULSTER (Northern Ireland), with 24 Illustrations
RAMBLES THROUGH ULSTER, NORTHERN TIP OF THE SHAMROCK ISLE (IRELAND): 21 Natural Color Photographs by Bernard F. Rogers, Jr.
THE SUEZ CANAL: SHORT CUT TO EMPIRES, with 20 Illustrations
OPEN-AIR LAW COURTS OF ETHIOPIA, with 18 Illustrations
THE MALTESE ISLANDS: Cicero’s Land of Honey and Roses, and Stronghold of the Knights, Again Is Focus of Naval Strategy, with 22 Illustrations
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National Geographic - October 1935, Vol. 68, No. 4
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Tibetans; and French Indo-China) 
EXPLORING THE ICE AGE IN ANTARCTICA, by Richard Evelyn Byrd, with 72 Illustrations and 2 Maps
SUNGMAS, THE LIVING ORACLES OF THE TIBETAN CHURCH (Summary: Tibet's Sungmas, or oracles, are said to be the abodes of malignant spirits.  Related Subjects:  Festivals, Asia; Oracles; Religious ceremonies and festivals, Buddhist; Sungmas; Tibet; Tibetan Buddhism; Yunnan Province, China; Religious ceremonies and festivals; Buddhism), with 1 Illustration
DEMON-POSSESSED TIBETANS AND THEIR INCREDIBLE FEATS: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Joseph F. Rock, and Charles Martin 
BY MOTOR TRAIL ACROSS FRENCH INDO-CHINA, with 32 Illustrations
THE TRICOLOR RULES THE RAINBOW IN FRENCH INDO-CHINA (Present-day VIETNAM): 27 Natural Color Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams 
A REPORT ON THE SECOND STRATOSPHERE EXPEDITION (Collapse of the Explorer-II balloon)
Antarctica; Tibet; French Indochina.
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National Geographic - September 1935, Vol. 68, No. 3
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Northern Italy; and, Delaware) 
WITH THE ITALIANS IN ERITREA: Torrid Colony Between the Red Sea and Ethiopia, 2,600 Miles by Sea from Rome, Is Mobilization Place of Fascist Troops and Planes, with 34 Illustrations and Map
TRAVELING IN THE HIGHLANDS OF ETHIOPIA, with 37 Illustrations
HUNTING CASTLES IN ITALY, with 27 Illustrations
COLORFUL PATINAS OF NORTHERN ITALY: 13 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand, Opera Nazionale Dopolavoro, and E. Grandjean 
DIAMOND DELAWARE, COLONIAL STILL: Tradition Rules the Three Lower Counties Over Which William Penn and Lord Baltimore Went to Law, with 25 Illustrations and Map
FIRST IN STATEHOOD, DELAWARE 
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Ethiopia; castles in Italy; Delaware.
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National Geographic - August 1935, Vol. 68, No. 2
Shadowy London by Night  8 Illustrations
Marauders of the Sea  12 Illustrations
Great Britain on Parade  32 Illustrations 
Clans Gather at Braemar 11 Natural Color Photographs
The Gaspe Peninsula Wonderland  14 Illustrations
Monster and Midget Squid and Octopuses 8 Paintings in Color from Life
Remnants of Royal France in Canada 15 Natural Color Photographs
With Wild Animals in the Rockies  26 Illustrations
The White Sands of Alamogordo 12 Illustrations

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National Geographic - July 1935, Vol. 68, No. 1
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Pennsylvania) 
PENN’S LAND OF MODERN MIRACLES (Pennsylvania), with 28 Illustrations and Map
TODAY IN THE LAND OF PENN AND FRANKLIN: 39 Natural Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd 
THE PENN COUNTRY IN SUSSEX (ENGLAND): Home of Pennsylvania’s Founder Abounds in Quaker History and Memories of Adventurous Smugglers, with 33 Illustrations
LIVING ON A VOLCANO: An Unspoiled Patch of Polynesia is Niuafoo, Nicknamed Tin Can Island by Stamp Collectors, with 18 Illustrations
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY HONORS BYRD ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION, with 6 Illustrations
THE PARADISE OF THE TASMAN (Lord Howe Island, Australia): A Pacific Island Provides the Palms Which Decorate Hotels, Churches, Steamships, and Homes, with 25 Illustrations
Pennsylvania; Susex, England; Niuafoo, Polynesia; Lord Howe Island, Australia.
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National Geographic - June 1935, Vol. 67, No. 6
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Morocco) 
FEZ, HEART OF MOROCCO: Africa’s Imperial City Retains Its Teeming Streets, Cluttered Shops, Glamorous Moorish Homes and Mosques, Amid the Peace of French Rule, with 13 Illustrations
MODERN LIFE IN MOROCCO, WESTERN OUTPOST OF ISLAM: 27 Natural Color Photographs by M. Flandrin 
MY DOMESTIC LIFE IN FRENCH GUINEA: An American Woman Accompanies Her Husband, a Swiss Geologist, on His Explorations in Little-Known Region, with 49 Illustrations
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY’S NEW MAP OF AFRICA 
SCENES OF SUNNY AFRICA: 20 Illustrations in Duotone 
RHODESIA, THE PIONEER COLONY: In the Land of Sheba’s Gold and Rhodes’ Diamonds Emerge Model Towns and Modern Mines, with 31 Illustrations
LIFE’S TENOR IN ETHIOPIA: Africa’s Land of Early Christianity Now Yields Minerals for Modern Industry, with 8 Illustrations
STUDIES PLANNED FOR NEW STRATOSPHERE FLIGHT WITH HELIUM (1935 Stratosphere Expedition with Explorer-II), with 5 Illustrations 
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Morocco; French Guinea; Rhodesia; Ethiopia.
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National Geographic - May 1935, Vol. 67, No. 5
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Maine)
MAINE, THE OUTPOST STATE: Some Forgotten Incidents in the Life of an Old and Stout-Hearted Commonwealth, with 35 Illustrations and Map
PINE-SCENTED, HARBOR-DENTED MAINE: 39 Color Photographs by B. Anthony Stewart and Robert F. Maxcy
MY FLIGHT FROM HAWAII, with 4 Illustrations
WAVES AND THRILLS AT WAIKIKI: 8 Illustrations in Duotone by Thomas Edward Blake
WEEK-ENDS WITH THE PRAIRIE FALCON: A Commuter Finds Recreation in Scaling Cliffs to Observe the Nest Life and Flying Habits of These Elusive Birds (California), with 21 Illustrations
LIFE IN A NORWAY VALLEY: An American Girl Is Welcomed Into the Homemaking and Haying of Happy Hallingdal, with 22 Illustrations
TUATARA (a lizard-shaped reptile): Living Fossils Walk on Well-Nigh Inaccessible Rocky Islands off the Coast of New Zealand, with 15 Illustrations
Maine; Hawaii; prairie falcon; Norway; tuatara (reptile) of New Zealand.
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National Geographic - April 1935, Vol. 67, No. 4
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Washington, DC; Honeybees; and, Birds by Maj. Allan Brooks)
MAN’S WINGED ALLY, THE BUSY HONEYBEE, with 18 Illustrations
IN FIELD AND HIVE: 16 Paintings from Life by Hashime Murayama
SUMMERING IN AN ENGLISH COTTAGE, with 32 Illustrations
WONDERS OF THE NEW WASHINGTON: Efficient Modern Structures Rise in the Biggest Government Building Program Since the Capital City Was Founded in a Wilderness, with 20 Illustrations
SPRINGTIME WREATHS A GARLAND FOR THE NATION’S CAPITAL: 13 Natural Color Photographs
A SUNDAY IN MEZOKOVESD (Hungary), with 22 Illustrations
THE TANAGERS AND FINCHES, with 6 Illustrations
BIRD BEAUTIES OF THE TANAGER AND FINCH FAMILIES: 55 Portraits in Color from Life by Major Allan Brooks (11th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39) 
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National Geographic - March 1935, Vol. 67, No. 3
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Minnesota; Nepal; and, Poland)
MINNESOTA, MOTHER OF LAKES AND RIVERS, with 42 Illustrations and Map
THE STATE OF SKY-BLUE WATER AND VERDURE (Minnesota): 11 Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams and Edwin L. Wisherd
NEPAL, THE SEQUESTERED KINGDOM, with 27 Illustrations
REMOTE NEPAL, LAND OF MYSTERY: 15 Natural Color Photographs by Martin Hurlimann
BRIGHT BITS IN POLAND’S MOUNTAINOUS SOUTH: 16 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand
THE CONQUEST OF MOUNT CRILLON (near the head of Lituya Bay, ALASKA’S Fairweather Peninsula), with 42 Illustrations
Minnesota; Nepal; Poland; Mt. Crillon, Alaska.
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National Geographic - February 1935, Vol. 67, No. 2
PETRA, ANCIENT CARAVAN STRONGHOLD (Silent City of the Forgotten Past, Halfway Between the Dead Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba): Mysterious Temples and Tombs, Carved in Glowing Cliffs of Eroded Sandstone, Are Remnants of a City David Longed to Storm, with 15 Illustrations and 2 Maps
THE ROSE-RED CITY OF ROCK (Petra): 21 Natural Color Photographs by G. E. Matson 
OLD FRANCE IN MODERN CANADA, with 37 Illustrations
WINTER IN THE NATIONS CAPITAL: 21 Illustrations in Duotone 
SHADOWY BIRDS OF THE NIGHT, with 5 Illustrations
SILENT-WINGED OWLS OF NORTH AMERICA: 21 Portraits in Color from Life, by Maj. Allan Brooks (10th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39) 
WHAT IS THE SAAR? (Small, but highly industrialized region, which lies between France and Germany), with 5 Illustrations and 2 Maps
CLOSE-UPS OF A PEOPLE WITH A COUNTRY (Saar): 23 Illustrations in Duotone 
THE SOCIETY ANNOUNCES NEW FLIGHT INTO THE STRATOSPHERE (Explorer-II), with 3 Illustrations 
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National Geographic - January 1935, Vol. 67, No. 1
Isle of Wight, England; Azores; the Italian Riviera; Aland islands, Finland.
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National Geographic - December 1934, Vol. 66, No. 6
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Ocean Deeps)
A HALF MILE DOWN: Strange Creatures, Beautiful and Grotesque as Figments of Fancy, Reveal Themselves at Windows of the Bathysphere, with 29 Illustrations
FLASHES FROM OCEAN DEEPS, A LIGHTLESS WORLD (Deep Sea Life): 16 Color Paintings by Else Bostelmann
HUNTING USEFUL PLANTS IN THE CARIBBEAN, with 39 Illustrations
THE SOCIETY’S NEW CARIBBEAN MAP: Mexico, Central America, and the West Indies: Gateway of Discovery, with 1 Illustration
MODERN PROGRESS AND AGE-OLD GLAMOUR IN MEXICO: 22 Illustrations in Duotone
TRAVELS WITH A DONKEY IN MEXICO: Three Adventurers Trudge from Oaxaca to Acapulco, 400 Miles, Through Back Country, Their Equipment Carried by Burros, with 36 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - November 1934, Vol. 66, No. 5
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (California; and, Peiping, China)
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AT WORK, with 40 Illustrations
A SUNSHINE LAND OF FRUITS, MOVIES, AND SPORT (CALIFORNIA): 41 Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams and F. P. Clatworthy
COASTAL CITIES OF CHINA, with 13 Illustrations
PEIPING (CHINA), CITY OF DUST AND COLOR: 14 Natural Color Photographs
CHINA’S TEEMING LIFE ON THE RIVERS AND SEA: 18 Illustrations in Duotone
BOLIVIA, LAND OF FIESTAS, with 17 Illustrations 
southern California; China; Bolivia.
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National Geographic - October 1934, Vol. 66, No. 4
SPECIAL ISSUE - WILD GEESE, DUCKS AND SWANS
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Haiti; and, Birds)
EXPLORING THE STRATOSPHERE (EXPLORER I), with 44 Illustrations by Captain Albert W. Stevens
HAITIAN VIGNETTES, with 41 Illustrations
GAY COLORS IN THE LAND OF BLACK MAJESTY (HAITI): 13 Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams
FAR-FLYING WILD FOWL AND THEIR FOES, with 6 Illustrations
WILD GEESE, DUCKS, AND SWANS: 93 Portraits in Color from Life by Major Allan Brooks (9th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
Haiti; the stratosphere; wild ducks, geese, and swans.
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National Geographic - September 1934, Vol. 66, No. 3
SPECIAL ISSUE - FLAGS OF THE WORLD
FLYING AROUND THE NORTH ATLANTIC, with 82 Illustrations and 2 Maps by Anne Morrow Lindbergh, with a Foreword by Charles A. Lindbergh 
FLAGS OF THE WORLD, with 808 Flags and Emblems in Color and 10 Additional Illustrations by Gilbert Grosvenor and William J. Showalter 
FLAGS OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT
FLAGS OF THE STATES, TERRITORIES, AND POSSESSIONS
FLAGS IN AMERICAN HISTORY
FLAGS OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE
YACHT AND INTERNATIONAL CODE FLAGS, MARINE SIGNALS, ETC.
FLAGS OF MANY NATIONS
WORLD FLAGS AT THE BEGINNING OF THE 18th CENTURY
STEAMSHIP FUNNELS AND FLAGS
INTERNATIONAL AIRCRAFT MARKINGS
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National Geographic - August 1934, Vol. 66, No. 2
Alpine Climbing, Switzerland, Ants, Honey, Roman Italy, Big Trees of California,  Complete Angler
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National Geographic - July 1934, Vol. 66, No. 1
Life in Sweded,  American National Parks, Stratosphere Balloons, Blackbirds and Orioles. Birds in Glossy Black and Vivid Color - 48 Portraits in color from life MAJ. ALLAN BROOKS
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National Geographic - June 1934, Vol. 65, No. 6
national parks of the eastern U.S.; coral islands and reefs; elephants; Mecca pilgrimage.
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National Geographic - May 1934, Vol. 64, No. 5
SPECIAL ISSUE Common Birds of North America
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Bangkok; Siam; and, Birds)
LAND OF THE FREE IN ASIA: Siam Has Blended New With Old in Her Progressive March to Modern Statehood in the Family of Nations, with 29 Illustrations
TEMPLES AND CEREMONIES OF KALEIDOSCOPIC BANGKOK: 12 Natural Color Photographs
AMONG THE PLAINS AND HILLS OF SIAM: 14 Natural Color Photographs
WINGED DENIZENS OF WOODLAND, STREAM AND MARSH
BLITHE BIRDS OF DOORYARD, BUSH, AND BRAKE: 33 Portraits in Color from Life by Major Allan Brooks (7th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
THE OKEFINOKEE WILDERNESS (Southeastern GEORGIA): Exploring the Mystery Land of the Suwannee River Reveals Natural Wonders and Fascinating Folklore, with 35 Illustrations
PEAKS AND TRAILS IN THE CANADIAN ALPS: 16 Illustrations in Duotone by Byron Harmon
YOUTH EXPLORES ITS WORLD (American BOY SCOUT and Other Scout Organizations Worldwide), with 21 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Texaco Fire Chief Gasoline
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National Geographic - April 1934, Vol. 64, No. 4
Romania, Rome, Great Lakes, Palestine, Stratosphere Expedition.
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National Geographic - March 1934, Vol. 64, No. 3
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (South Seas; Birds; and, Mexico)
COCONUTS AND CORAL ISLANDS, with 25 Illustrations
COLOR GLIMPSES OF THE CHANGING SOUTH SEAS (Pacific South Sea Islands): 14 Natural Color Photographs
BIRDS THAT CRUISE THE COAST AND INLAND WATERS, with 15 Illustrations
BIRDS OF LAKE, LAGOON, MARSH AND SEACOAST: 23 Portraits in Color from Life by Major Allan Brooks (6th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
VIGNETTES OF GUADALAJARA (MEXICO), with 21 Illustrations
THE GLAMOUR OF MEXICO, OLD AND NEW: 15 Natural Color Photographs by L. Perez Parra
VAGABONDING IN ENGLAND: A Young American Works His Way Around the British Isles and Sees Sights from an Unusual Point of View, with 40 Illustrations
Islands of the South Pacific; coastal birds; Guadalajara, Mexico; England.
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National Geographic - February 1934, Vol. 64, No. 2
Ecuador; Oregon; Guale islands, Georgia.
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National Geographic - January 1934, Vol. 64, No. 1
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (National War Memorials in Europe; and, Tropical Fish)
OUR NATIONAL WAR MEMORIALS IN EUROPE, with 25 Illustrations
TIME WILL NOT DIM THE GLORY OF THEIR DEEDS (National War Memorials in Europe): 11 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore
THREE-WHEELING THROUGH AFRICA: Two Adventurers Cross the So-called Dark Continent North of Lake Chad on Motorcycles with Side Cars, with 65 Illustrations
TROPICAL FISH IMMIGRANTS REVEAL NEW NATURE WONDERS, with 8 Illustrations
RAINBOW DENIZENS OF THE AQUARIUM: 16 Natural Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd
A FORGOTTEN VALLEY OF PERU: Conquered by Incas, Scourged by Famine, Plagues, and Earthquakes, Colca Valley Shelters the Last Fragment of an Ancient Andean Tribe, with 22 Illustrations
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National Geographic - December 1933, Vol. 64, No. 6 
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Rhodes; and, Afghanistan)
THE ROAD OF THE CRUSADERS: A Historian Follow the Steps of Richard the Lion Heart and Other Knights of the Cross Over the Vie Dei (RHODES ISLAND, Dodecanese Islands, Greece; LATAKIA; LEBANON; LEVANT STATES; TURKEY), with 47 Illustrations
SOUVENIRS OF KNIGHTHOOD IN RHODES: 13 Natural Color Photographs by Luigi Pellerano
A BIT OF ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND IN AMERICA: Fisher Folk of the Islands Off NORTH CAROLINA Conserved the Speech and Customs of Sir Walter Raleigh’s Colonists (Roanoke Island; Cape Hatteras; Outer Banks), with 44 Illustrations
AFGHANISTAN MAKES HASTE SLOWLY, with 34 Illustrations
A KINGDOM OF MANY TRIBES: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams
THE SOCIETY’S NEW MAP OF ASIA, with 1 Illustration . Back cover advertisement: 4th COCA-COLA (COKE) AD (color ad with Santa's face)
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National Geographic - November 1933, Vol. 64, No. 5
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (New York) 
NEW YORK, AN EMPIRE WITHIN A REPUBLIC, with 49 Illustrations
COLOR HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EMPIRE STATE (NEW YORK): 35 Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams 
A JOURNEY BY JUNGLE RIVERS TO THE HOME OF THE COCK-OF-THE-ROCK: Naturalists Enter the Amazon, Voyage Through the Heart of Tropical South America, and Emerge at the Mouth of the Orinoco, with 50 Illustrations
AS THE TUAN HAD SAID (British NORTH BORNEO; Sulu Archipelago, Philippines), with 19 Illustrations
New York City; New York state; the Amazon and Orinoco rivers; Borneo.
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National Geographic - October 1933, Vol. 64, No. 4
Persepolis, Persia (Iran); Korea; pampas and gouchos of Argentina; Andorra.
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Korea; and, Argentina)
EXPLORING THE SECRETS OF PERSEPOLIS (Excavations in this Ancient City in the Persian Desert of IRAN), with 50 Illustrations
CHOSEN, LAND OF MORNING CALM (KOREA), with 21 Illustrations
CHROMATIC HIGHLIGHTS OF KOREA: 13 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore
LIFE ON THE ARGENTINE PAMPA, with 41 Illustrations
PIONEER GAUCHO DAYS (ARGENTINA): 8 Painting of Gaucho Life by Cesareo Bernaldo de Quiros
ANDORRA, MUSEUM OF FEUDAL EUROPE, with 22 Illustrations
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National Geographic - September 1933, Vol. 64, No. 3
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Zuider Zee, Netherlands)
PIECES OF SILVER, with 49 Illustrations
A NEW COUNTRY AWAITS DISCOVERY: The Draining of the Zuider Zee Makes Room for the Excess Population of the Netherlands, with 22 Illustrations
NOOKS AND BAYS AROUND THE ZUIDER ZEE (NETHERLANDS): 13 Natural Color Photographs
OLD PAGES FROM THE ANNALS OF THE TULIP: A Made Flower of Unknown Origin Took Medieval Europe by Storm and Caused a Panic in The NETHERLANDS, with 13 Illustrations
TULIP TIME IN THE NETHERLANDS: 10 Natural Color Photographs by Wilhelm Tobien and A. Buyssens
CUBA, THE ISLE OF ROMANCE, with 35 Illustrations 
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National Geographic - August 1933, Vol. 64, No. 2
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Spiders; and, Germany)
THE AERIAL CONQUEST OF EVEREST: Flying Over the World’s Highest Mountain Realizes the Objective of Many Heroic Explorers, with 35 Illustrations and Map
AFIELD WITH THE SPIDERS: Web Hunting in the Marshlands and Woodlands and Along the Lanes, with 26 Illustrations
NATURE’S INGENIOUS SPINNERS: 64 Portraits in Color from Life by Hashime Murayama
CALIFORNIA TRAPDOOR SPIDER PERFORMS ENGINEERING MARVELS, with 23 Illustrations
FRIEBURG (GERMANY), GATEWAY TO THE BLACK FOREST, with 40 Illustrations
BRIGHT CORNERS OF TIME-MELLOWED GERMANY: 11 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand and Wilhelm Tobien
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National Geographic - July 1933, Vol. 64, No. 1
SPECIAL ISSUE  Eagles Hawks & Vultures
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Eagles, Hawks, and Vultures)
NAKWASINA GOES NORTH: A Man, a Woman, and a Pup Cruise from Tacoma to Juneau in a 17-Foot Canoe, with 24 Illustrations and Map
NATURE’S SCENIC MARVELS OF THE WEST: 15 Full-page + 2 Half-page Illustrations in Duotone (National Parks including: Bryce Canyon; Crater Lake; Glacier; Grand Canyon; Rocky Mountain; Sequoia; Yellowstone; Yosemite; and, Zion Canyon; also, South Dakota Black Hills; Nebraska; and California Redwoods)
THE EAGLE, KING OF BIRDS, AND HIS KIN, with 23 Illustrations
EAGLES, HAWKS, AND VULTURES: 48 Portraits in Color from Life by Major Allan Brooks (5th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
SECRETS FROM THE SYRIAN HILLS: Explorations Reveal World’s Earliest Known Alphabet, Deciphered from Schoolboy Slates and Dictionaries of 3,000 Years Ago, with 40 Illustrations and Map. Back cover advertisement:        Texaco-Ethyl Gasoline
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National Geographic - June 1933, Vol. 63, No. 6
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Mongolia)
EXPLORATIONS IN THE GOBI DESERT (Central Asian Mongolia), with 51 Illustrations
NOMAD LIFE AND FOSSIL TREASURES OF MONGOLIA: 20 Illustrations in Full Color
HAMBURG (GERMANY) SPEAKS WITH STEAM SIRENS, with 32 Illustrations
THE GLORY THAT WAS IMPERIAL PEKING (CHINA), with 18 Illustrations
CAPITAL AND COUNTRY OF OLD CATHAY (CHINA): 16 Illustrations in Duotone
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National Geographic - May 1933, Vol. 63, No. 5
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (New Jersey)
NEW JERSEY NOW!, with 49 Illustrations and 2 Maps
BEACHES AND BATHERS OF THE JERSEY SHORE: 11 Natural Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd
FARMS AND WORKSHOPS OF THE GARDEN STATE: 13 Natural Color Photographs
FLYING (Travel by Air), by Gilbert Grosvenor, with 33 Illustrations
MANEUVERS OF MILITARY PLANES DISCLOSE MAJESTIC AERIAL VIEWS: 17 Illustrations in Duotone
HOW THE UNITED STATES GREW, with 18 Illustrations
NEW MAP REVEALS WONDERS OF OUR COUNTRY, with 1 Illustration
New Jersey; flying; growth of the United States.
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National Geographic - April 1933, Vol. 63, No. 4

SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (England; and, Woodpeckers)
RIVER-ENCIRCLED PARAGUAY, with 36 Illustrations
THE BEAUTIES OF THE SAVERN VALLEY (England), with 25 Illustrations
WAYFARING DOWN THE WINDING SEVERN (England): 15 Natural color Photographs by Bernard Wakeman
WOODPECKERS, FRIENDS OF OUR FORESTS, with 12 Illustrations
NORTH AMERICAN WOODPECKERS: 25 Portraits in Color from Life by Major Allan Brooks (4th in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
MEN AND GOLD, with 33 Illustrations
THE QUEST OF GOLD AND THE GOLDSMITH’S ART: 11 Illustrations in Duotone
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National Geographic - March 1933, Vol. 63, No. 3
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Japan; and, Poland)
JAPAN, CHILD OF THE WORLD’S OLD AGE: An Empire of Mountainous Islands, Whose Alert People Constantly Conquer Harsh Forces of Land, Sea, and Sky, with 37 Illustrations
LIFE AND COLOR UNDER THE RISING SUN (Japan): 12 Natural Color Photographs
MOTOR TRAILS IN JAPAN, with 17 Illustrations
THE POLAND OF THE PRESENT, with 19 Illustrations
RAINBOW COSTUMES OF POLAND’S PEASANTS: 11 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand
SKIING IN SWITZERLAND’S REALM OF WINTER SPORTS: 10 Illustrations in Duotone
BALLOONING IN THE STRATOSPHERE: Two Balloon Ascents to Ten-Mile Altitudes Presage New Mode of Aerial Travel, with 34 Illustrations
Japan; Poland; skiing in Switzerland; hydrogen balloons.
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National Geographic - February 1933, Vol. 63, No. 2
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Washington State)
WASHINGTON, THE EVERGREEN STATE: The Amazing Commonwealth of the Pacific Northwest Which Has Emerged from the Wilderness in a Span of Fifty Years, with 51 Illustrations and Map
SUNSET HUES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST (Washington): 13 Natural Color Photographs by Asahel Curtis and Clifton Adams
WHERE THE LAST OF THE WEST WAS WON (Washington): 13 Natural Color Photographs
BETWEEN THE HEATHER AND THE NORTH SEA: Bold English Headlands Once Sheltered Sea Robbers, Later Were Ports of Wooden Ships, Centers of the Jet and Alum Trades, To-day Are Havens of Adventurous Fishing Fleets, with 41 Illustrations
HERE IN MANCHURIA: Many Thousand Lives Were Lost and More Than Half the Crops Destroyed by the Floods of 1932, with 26 Illustrations 
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National Geographic - January 1933, Vol. 63, No. 1
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Czechoslovakia; and, Crows, Magpies, and Jays)
THE CAPE HORN GRAIN-SHIP RACE: The Gallant Parma Leads the Vanishing Fleet of Square-Riggers Through Raging Gales and Irksome Calms 16,000 Miles, from Australia to England, with 38 Illustrations
WHEN CZECHOSLOVAKIA PUTS A FALCON FEATHER IN ITS CAP, by Maynard Owen Williams
GOLDEN PRAHA ENTERTAINS THE MAJESTIC SOKOL FESTIVAL (Czechoslovakia): 13 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand
CROWS, MAGPIES, AND JAYS: Unusual Intelligence Has Earned a Unique Position For These Birds, with 16 Illustrations
CROWS, MAGPIES, AND JAYS: 17 Portraits in Color from Life by Major Allan Brooks (3rd in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39)
AIR ADVENTURES IN PERU: Cruising Among Andean Peaks, Pilots and Cameramen Discover Wondrous Works of an Ancient People, with 41 Illustrations
MONTSERRAT, SPAIN’S MOUNTAIN SHRINE, with 10 Illustrations
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National Geographic - December 1932, Vol. 62, No. 6
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Philadelphia; and, Under Sea Life)
THE HISTORIC CITY OF BROTHERLY LOVE: Philadelphia, Born of Penn and Strengthened by Franklin, a Metropolis of Industries, Homes, and Parks, with 49 Illustrations
COLORFUL CORNERS OF THE CITY OF HOMES (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania): 13 Natural Color Photographs
THE GREATEST VOYAGE IN THE ANNALS OF THE SEA (Portugal’s Ferdinand Magellan’s circumnavigation of the Earth), with 36 Illustrations
A WONDERER UNDER SEA, with 13 Illustrations
EXPLORING NEPTUNE’S HIDDEN WORLD OF COLOR (Under Sea Life): 8 Paintings by E. Bostelmann
THE STORY OF THE MAP, with 11 Illustrations 
Asia; solar eclipse; Compiegne, France; British Guiana.
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National Geographic - November 1932, Vol. 62, No. 5
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Asia; and, Compiegne) 
FROM THE MEDITERRANEAN TO THE YELLOW SEA BY MOTOR: The Citroen-Haardt Expedition Successfully Completes Its Dramatic Journey, with 46 Illustrations (Summary: Overcoming myriad difficulties, the members of the dramatic auto expedition not only test their mettle but record many details of Asian life unfamiliar to the West.  Related Subjects:  Afghanistan; Asia; China; Citroen-Haardt Trans-Asiatic Expedition; Haardt, Georges-Marie; Mongolia; Sinkiang, China; Trans-Asiatic expeditions.)
BRIGHT PAGES FROM AN ASIATIC TRAVEL LOG: 12 Natural Color Photographs 
THE LAND OF GENGHIS KHAN IN ITS TRUE COLORS (Mongols): 13 Natural Color Photographs 
PHOTOGRAPHING THE ECLIPSE OF 1932 FROM THE AIR: From Five Miles Above the Earth’s Surface, the National Geographic Society-Army Air Corps Survey Obtains Successful Photographs of the Moon’s Shadow, by Capt. Albert W. Stevens, U.S. Army Air Corps, with 18 Illustrations
OBSERVING A TOTAL ECLIPSE OF THE SUN: Dimming Solar Light for a Few Seconds Entails Years of Work for Science and Attracts Throngs to Nature’s Most Magnificent Spectacle, with 6 Illustrations
THE MAID OF FRANCE RIDES BY: Compiegne, Where Joan of Arc Fought Her Last Battle, Celebrates Her Firth Centenary 
15th-CENTURY VIGNETTES OF COMPIEGNE (France): 15 Natural Color Photographs by Gervais Courtellemont 
A NEW WORLD TO EXPLORE: In the Tree-Roof of the British Guiana Forest Flourishes Much Hitherto-Unknown Life, with 35 Illustrations
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Magellan's voyage; sea diving; maps.
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National Geographic - October 1932, Vol. 62, No. 4
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Styria, Austria; and, Ibises, Herons, and Flamingos Birds) 
INTO BURNING HADHRAMAUT (Arabian Peninsula): The Arab Land of Frankincense and Myrrh, Ever a Lodestone of Western Exploration, with 45 Illustrations
STYRIA (AUSTRIA), A FAVORED VACATION LAND OF CENTRAL EUROPE 
SUMMERING IN STYRIA, AUSTRIA’S RURAL PLAYGROUND: 14 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand 
THE LARGE WADING BIRDS: Long Legs and Remarkable Beaks, as Well as Size, Form, and Color, Distinguish the Herons, Ibises, and Flamingos, with 13 Illustrations
IBISES, HERONS, AND FLAMINGOS: 24 Portraits in Color from Life by Major Allan Brooks (2nd in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39) 
MAPPING THE ANTARCTIC FROM THE AIR: The Aerial Camera Earns Its Place as the Eyes and Memory of the Explorer, with 14 Illustrations
MONTE ALBAN, RICHEST ARCHEOLOGICAL FIND IN AMERICA: A Tomb in Oaxaca, Mexico, Yields Treasures Which Reveal the Splendid Culture of the Mextecs, with 28 Illustrations
Hadhramaut, Arabia (Yemen); Styria, Austria; ibises, herons, and flamingos; the Antarctic.
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National Geographic - September 1932, Vol. 62, No. 3
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (China; and, Macao)
WILD LIFE OF THE ATLANTIC AND GULF COASTS: A Field Naturalist’s Photographic Record of Nearly Half a Century of Fruitful Exploration, by George Shiras, 3d, with 62 Illustrations
COSMOPOLITAN SHANGHAI, KEY SEAPORT OF CHINA, with 19 Illustrations
LIFE ALONG THE CENTRAL CHINA COAST: 14 Natural Color Photographs
MACAO, LAND OF SWEET SADNESS: The Oldest European Settlement in the Far East, Long the Only Haven for Distressed Mariners in the China Sea (Monte Carlo of the Orient, under Portuguese control), with 13 Illustrations
MINIATURES OF MACAO: 11 Natural Color Photographs
THE SOCIETY’S SPECIAL MEDAL AWARDED TO AMELIA EARHART: First Woman to Receive Geographic Distinction at Brilliant Ceremony in the National Capital, with 7 Illustrations
SHARK FISHING, AN AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY, with 22 Illustrations 
Atlantic and Gulf coast wildlife; central China coast; Macao; shark fishing in Australia.
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National Geographic - August 1932, Vol. 62, No. 2
August - SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Bulgaria)
ONTARIO, NEXT DOOR: Alert, Energetic, and Resourceful, Its British Pluck and Skill in Arts and Trades Gain for This Province a High Place Under the Union Jack, with 55 Illustrations
BULGARIA, FARM LAND WITHOUT A FARMHOUSE: A Nation of Villagers Faces the Challenge of Modern Machinery and Urban Life, with 20 Illustrations
BULGARIA’S VALLEY OF ROSES: 13 Natural Color Photographs by Wilhelm Tobien
IN THE SHADOW OF BULGARIAN MONASTERIES: 14 Natural Color Photographs
EDINBURGH (SCOTLAND), ATHENS OF THE NORTH: Romantic History of Cramped Medieval City Vies With Austere Beauty of Newer Wide Streets and Stately Squares, with 27 Illustrations
PHOTOGRAPHING THE NEST LIFE OF THE OSPREY, with 25 Illustrations
Ontario, Canada; Bulgaria; Edinburgh, Scotland; Ospreys.
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National Geographic - July 1932, Vol. 62, No. 1
SIXTEEN PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Rockies; and, Humming Birds, Swifts, and Goatsuckers) 
COLORADO, A BARRIER THAT BECAME A GOAL: Where Water Has Transformed Dry Plains Into Verdant Farms, and Highways Have Opened up Mineral and Scenic Wealth, with 56 Illustrations
AMONG THE PEAKS AND PARKS OF THE ROCKIES: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Fred Payne Clatworthy
SEEKING THE SMALLEST FEATHERED CREATURES: Humming Birds, Peculiar to the New World, Are Found from Canada and Alaska to the Strait of Magellan. Swift and Goatsuckers, Their Nearest Relatives, with 9 Illustrations
HUMMING BIRDS, SWIFTS, AND GOATSUCKERS: 35 Portraits in Color by Major Allan Brooks (1st in a series of 19 NGM installments spotlighting the major bird families of North America: 1932-39) 
THE PERAHERA PROCESSIONS OF CEYLON, with 9 Illustrations
THE FEUDAL ISLE OF SARK (Sark Islands, Channel Islands, United Kingdom): Where Sixteenth-Century Laws Are Still Observed, with 22 Illustrations
DISMAL SWAMP IN LEGEND AND HISTORY (North Carolina-Virginia): George Washington Owned Large Tracts in Region Which He Described as a Glorious Paradise, with 11 Illustrations 
Colorado; small birds; Ceylon; Sark island, France; Dismal Swamp, Virginia.
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National Geographic - June 1932, Vol. 61, No. 6
TWENTY-SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Hungary) 
FLYING THE WORLD: In a Homemade Airplane the Author and Her Husband Enjoy 16,000 Miles of Adventurous Flight Across Europe, Asia, and America, with 42 Illustrations
HUNGARY, A KINGDOM WITHOUT A KING: A Tour from Central Europe’s Largest Lake to the Fertile Plains of the Danube and the Tisza, with 23 Illustrations
RAINBOW HUES FROM HUNGARY: 27 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand
BUDAPEST (Hungary), TWIN CITY OF THE DANUBE, with 13 Illustrations
RAFT LIFE ON THE HWANG HO (Yellow River, China), with 14 Illustrations
SURVEYING THROUGH KHORESM: A Journey Into Parts of Asiatic Russia Which Have Been Closed to Western Travelers Since the World War, with 32 Illustrations 
around the world by plane; Hungary; Budapest; Hwang Ho river, China; Khoresm, Russia.
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National Geographic - May 1932, Vol. 61, No. 5
TWENTY-SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Ohio; and, Frogs and Toads)
OHIO, THE GATEWAY STATE, with 59 Illustrations
WHERE THE WINNING OF THE WEST BEGAN (Ohio): 13 Natural Color Photographs by Jacob Gayer
AN ARMY ENGINEER EXPLORES NICARAGUA: Mapping a Route for a New Canal Through the Largest of Central American Republics, with 40 Illustrations
OUR FRIEND THE FROG, with 16 Illustrations
THE IRIDESCENT BEAUTY OF FROGS AND TOADS: 14 Paintings from Life by Hashime Murayama 
Ohio; Nicaragua; frogs and toads.
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National Geographic - April 1932, Vol. 61, No. 4
TWENTY-FIVE ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Poland; and, Turkey)
OUT IN SAN FRANCISCO: Fed on Gold Dust and Fattened by Sea Trade, a Pioneer Village Becomes a Busy World Port, with 38 Illustrations
POLAND, LAND OF THE WHITE EAGLE, with 12 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand
FLIGHTS FROM ARCTIC TO EQUATOR: Conquering the Alps, the Ice Peaks of Spitsbergen, of Persia, and Africa’s Mountains of the Moon, with 54 Illustrations
LOOKING IN ON NEW TURKEY
LOOKING ON THE EVERYDAY LIFE OF NEW TURKEY: 13 Natural Color Photographs by Herman H. Kreider and Maynard Owen Williams
HOW HALF THE WORLD WORKS (Traditional non-mechanized techniques in CHINA), with 22 Illustrations
San Francisco, California; Poland; Turkey; non-mechanized farming.
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National Geographic - March 1932, Vol. 61, No. 3
TWENTY-THREE ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Morocco; and, Tyrol)
MOROCCO BEYOND THE GRAND ATLAS: Where the French Tricolor Flies Beside the Flag of the Sultan of Morocco, with 52 Illustrations
IN THE LAND OF CRUEL DESERT AND MAJESTIC MOUNTAIN (Morocco): 12 Natural Color Photographs by Gervais Courtellemont
FIRST OVER THE ROOF OF THE WORLD BY MOTOR: The (Citroen-Haardt) Trans-Asiatic Expedition Sets New Records for Wheeled Transport in Scaling Passes of the Himalayas, with 47 Illustrations
ENTERING THE FRONT DOORS OF MEDIEVAL TOWNS: The Adventures of an American Woman and Her Daughter in a Folding Boat on Eight Rivers of Germany and Austria, with 24 Illustrations
TYROL (Austria), THE HAPPY MOUNTAIN LAND: 11 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand 
Morocco; driving across Asia; Medieval towns of Europe; Tyrol.
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National Geographic - February 1932, Vol. 61, No. 2
TWENTY-SEVEN ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (England; and, Denmark)
TOKYO TO-DAY, with 33 Illustrations
SOME FORGOTTEN CORNERS OF LONDON: Many Places of Beauty and Historic Interest Repay the Search of the Inquiring Visitor, with 25 Illustrations
NOOKS AND BAYS OF STORIED ENGLAND: 13 Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams and Bernard Wakeman
BEFRIENDING NATURE’S CHILDREN: An Experiment With Some of California’s Wild Folk, with 26 Illustrations
ROYAL COPENHAGEN, CAPITAL OF A FARMING KINGDOM: A Fifth of Denmark’s Thrifty Population Resides in a Metropolis Famous for Its Porcelains, Its Silver, and Its Lace, with 26 Illustrations
DENMARK, LAND OF FARMS AND FISHERIES: 14 Natural Color Photographs by Gustav Heurlin
ANTARCTICA’S MOST INTERESTING CITIZEN: The Comical Penguin Is Both Romantic and Bellicose, with 8 Illustrations
Tokyo, Japan; London, England; California wildlife; Copenhagen, Denmark.
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National Geographic - January 1932, Vol. 61, No. 1
21 ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Abyssal Sea Life; Norman Byways)
THE TRAVELS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON: Dramatic Episodes in His Career as the First Geographer of the United States, with 54 Illustrations
THE DEPTHS OF THE SEA: Strange Life Forms a Mile Below the Surface, with 16 Illustrations
FANTASTIC SEA LIFE FROM ABYSSAL DEPTHS: Eight Paintings by E. Bostelmann
THE LAND OF WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR: Where Northmen Came to Build Castles and Cathedrals (Normandy Region of France)
CHARM AND COLOR OF NORMAN BYWAYS (Normandy, France): 13 Natural Color Photographs by Gervais Courtellemont
BYROADS AND BACKWOODS OF MANCHURIA: Where Violent Contrasts of Modernism and Unaltered Ancient Tradition Clash, with 26 Illustrations 
travels of George Washington; depths of the sea; William the Conqueror; Norman byways; Manchuria. 
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National Geographic - December 1931, Vol. 60, No. 6
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Dinkelsbuhl; and, Alabama) 
A MODERN SAGA OF THE SEAS: The Narrative of a 17,000-Mile Cruise on a 40-Foot Sloop by the Author, His Wife, and a Baby, Born on the Voyage (Norwegian family ½-World Trip through Pacific Island and Polynesia and including: Canary Islands; Panama Canal; Tahiti; and Australia), with 50 Illustrations
DINKELSBUHL (GERMANY), ROMANTIC VISION FROM THE PAST, with 16 Illustrations including: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand
SMOKE OVER ALABAMA, with 44 Illustrations
WHERE THE NEW SOUTH CHALLENGES THE OLD (Alabama): 26 Natural Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd
WINTER SKY ROADS TO ISLE ROYAL (Michigan), with 19 Illustrations 
Dinkelsbuhl, Germany; Alabama; Isle Royal, Michigan.
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National Geographic - November 1931, Vol. 60, No. 5
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Washington, DC)
WASHINGTON THROUGH THE YEARS: On Rolling Wooded Hills and Colonial Tobacco Fields, Where George Washington Dreamed Our Nation’s Great Capital, His Gorgeous Vision Comes True, with 67 Illustrations by Gilbert Grosvenor
OUR COLORFUL CITY OF MAGNIFICENT DISTANCES (Washington): 46 Natural Color Photographs
IN HUMBOLDT’S WAKE: Narrative of a National Geographic Society Expedition Up the Orinoco and Through the Strange Casiquiare Canal to Amazonian Waters (Brazil-Venezuela border investigation of flora and fauna, as guests of the Venezuelan Government), with 28 Illustrations 
Washington, D.C.; the Orinoco river, Venezuela.
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National Geographic - October 1931, Vol. 60, No. 4
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Burma; )
THE CITROEN-HAARDT TRANS-ASIATIC EXPEDITION REACHES KASHMIR: Scientific Party Led by Georges-Marie Haardt Successfully Crosses Syria, Iraq, Persia, and Afghanistan to Arrive at the Pamir, with 63 Illustrations
THE FIVE THOUSAND TEMPLES OF PAGAN: Burma’s Sacred City Is a Place of Enchantment in the Midst of Ruins, with 9 Illustrations
SHAN TRIBES MAKE BURMA’S HILLS FLASH WITH COLOR: 15 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore
THE LAND OF SAWDUST AND SPANGLES: A World of Miniature (Circus), with 34 Illustrations
THE COLOR CAMERA EXPLORES THE COUNTRY THAT MOVES BY NIGHT (Circus): 29 Natural Color Photographs by Richard H. Stewart and Orren R. Louden
Asia from Beruit to Kashmir; Pagan, Burma; circuses.
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National Geographic - September 1931, Vol. 60, No. 3
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (New England)
New Hampshire, The Granite State, with 48 Illustrations
New England’s Wonderland of Mountain Lake and Seascape (Vermont): 14 Natural Color Photographs
Coasting Through the Bay State (Massachusetts): 12 Natural Color Photographs
Through the Land of Roger Williams (Rhode Island): 14 Natural Color Photographs
A World Inside a Mountain: Aniakchak, the New Volcanic Wonderland of the Alaska Peninsula, Is Explored, with 36 Illustrations
The Koala or Australian Teddy Bear, with 13 Illustrations
Sailing Forbidden Coasts (Dankali, Somali coast), with 32 Illustrations 
New Hampshire; Massachusetts; the koala.
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National Geographic - August 1931, Vol. 60, No. 2
TWENTY-EIGHT ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (French Indo-China)
ON MACKENZIE’S TRAIL TO THE POLAR SEA, with 33 Illustrations
ALONG THE OLD MANDARIN ROAD OF INDO-CHINA, with 33 Illustrations
UNDER THE FRENCH TRICOLOR OF INDO-CHINA: 28 Natural Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore (and 1 by Gervais Courtellemont)
THE ISLAND OF NIAS, AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD (located off the Northwest Coast of Sumatra, Indonesia), with 27 Illustrations
MADRID OUT-OF-DOORS, with 35 Illustrations
Mackenzie's trail to the Arctic Ocean; French Indo-China (Vietnam); Nias, Sumatra; Madrid, Spain.
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National Geographic - July 1931, Vol. 60, No. 1
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (China & Tibet; and, Gettysburg, PA)
KONKA RISUMGONGBA, HOLY MOUNTAIN OF THE OUTLAWS (China), with 37 Illustrations
WITH THE DEVIL DANCERS OF CHINA AND TIBET: 43 Natural Color Photographs by Joseph F. Rock
THE MOST FAMOUS BATTLE IN AMERICA (Gettysburg, PA), with 14 Natural Color Photographs
INTO THE LAND OF THE CHIPMUNK, with 28 Illustrations
UNEARTHING AMERICA’S ANCIENT HISTORY: Investigation Suggests That the Maya May Have Designed the First Astronomical Observatory in the New World in Order to Cultivate Corn (CHICHEN ITZA; UAXAOTUN; CUICUILCO, Central MEXICO), with 27 Illustrations
Konka Risumgongba, China; Gettysburg battlefield; chipmunks; ancient Maya.
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National Geographic - June 1931, Vol. 59, No. 6
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Deep Sea Life; and, Ethiopia) 
A ROUND TRIP TO DAVY JONE’S LOCKER: Peering into Mysteries a Quarter Mile Down in the Open Sea, by Means of the Bathysphere, with 15 Illustrations 
LUMINOUS LIFE IN THE DEPTHS OF THE SEA: 8 Paintings by E. Bostelmann
MODERN ETHIOPIA: Haile Selassie the First, Formerly Ras Tafari, Succeeds to the World’s Oldest Continuously Sovereign Throne, with 48 Illustrations
PRESENT DAY SCENES IN THE WORLD’S OLDEST EMPIRE (Ethiopia): 27 Natural Color Photographs
CORONATION DAYS IN ADDIS ABABA, with 8 Illustrations
THE TIMELESS ARANS (Islands, IRELAND): The Workaday World Lies Beyond the Horizon of Three Rocky Islets Off the Irish Coast, with 36 Illustrations
THE TRANS-ASIATIC EXPEDITION STARTS (Citroen Trans-Asiatic Expedition: Syria to Iraq to Persia to Afghanistan to Kashmir to Kashgar, Chinese Turkestan to Peking, China to Saigon, Indo-China), with 5 Illustrations 
deep sea exploration via bathysphere; Ethiopia; Addis Ababa; the Aran islands, Ireland.
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National Geographic - May 1931, Vol. 59, No. 5

TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Illinois; and, Northwest Germany)
ILLINOIS: Crossroads of the Continent, with 51 Illustrations
RAMBLES THROUGH THE PRAIRIE STATE (Illinois): 15 Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams
CHICAGO, TITAN OF THE MIDDLE WEST: 12 Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams
FLYING THE HUMP OF THE ANDES, by Capt. Albert W. Stevens, with 38 Illustrations
STOEBECK, HOME OF CHESS: A Medieval Village in the Harz Mountains of Germany Teaches the Royal Game in Its Public School, with 8 Illustrations
GRIMM’S FAIRYLAND IN NORTHWESTERN GERMANY: 14 Natural Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand and Wilhelm Tobien
Illinois; the Andes; chess in Strobeck, Germany; northwest Germany.
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National Geographic - April 1931, Vol. 59, No. 4
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (South Africa)
UNDER THE SOUTH AFRICAN UNION, with 99 Illustrations: CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: The Floral Province; ORANGE FREE STATE: The Prairie Province; NATAL: The Garden Province; and, THE TRANSVAAL: The Treasure-House Province
TREKKING SOUTH AFRICA WITH A COLOR CAMERA: 11 Natural Color Photographs
FACES AND FLOWERS BELOW THE TROPICS (AFRICA): 14 Natural Color Photographs
SCENES ON HIGH VELD AND LOW (AFRICA): 13 Natural Color Photographs
FIRE-WALKING HINDUS OF SINGAPORE, with 11 Illustrations
South Africa; fire walking Hindus of Singapore.
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National Geographic - March 1931, Vol. 59, No. 3
SPECIAL ISSUE Tropical Fish
THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (England; Aquarium Fish; and, Turkestan)
VISITS TO THE OLD INNS OF ENGLAND: Historic Homes of Hospitality for the wayfarer Dot the Length and Breadth of the Kingdom, with 17 Illustrations
CRADLES OF ENGLISH HISTORY: 15 Natural Color Photographs by Clifton Adams
TROPICAL TOY FISHES: More Than 600 Varieties of Aquarium Pygmies Afford a Fascinating Field for Zoological Study in the Home, with 20 Illustrations
IRIDESCENT DENIZENS OF THE MINIATURE AQUARIUM: 8 Paintings from Life by Hashime Murayama
ON THE WORLD’S HIGHEST PLATEAUS: Through an Asiatic No Man’s Land to the Desert of Ancient Cathay (borders of Russia, China, and India), with 40 Illustrations
LIFE ON THE STEPPES AND OASES OF CHINESE TURKESTAN: 32 Natural Color Photographs by W. Bosshard
CRUSADER CASTLES OF THE NEAR EAST (Antioch; Tripoli; Jerusalem), with 20 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:        Parker Pens
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National Geographic - February 1931, Vol. 59, No. 2
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Albania)
EUROPE’S NEWEST KINGDOM: After Centuries of Struggle, ALBANIA at Last Enjoys an Era of Peace and Stability, with 38 Illustrations
MEN OF THE EAGLE IN THEIR MOUNTAIN EYRIE (Albania): 39 Natural Color Photographs by Luigi Pellerano
ROUNDING THE HORN IN A WINDJAMMER (Cape Horn, South America), with 37 Illustrations
THE MANDATE OF CAMEROUN: A Vast African Territory Ruled by Petty Sultans Under French Sway, with 50 Illustrations
Albania; Cape Horn; Cameroun.
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National Geographic - January 1931, Vol. 59, No. 1
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Dominican Republic; and, Northern Spain)
SKYPATHS THROUGH LATIN AMERICA: Flying From Our Nation’s Capital Southward Over Jungles, Remote Islands, and Great Cities on an Aerial Survey of the East Coast of South America, with 78 Illustrations
HISPANIOLA REDISCOVERED, with 12 Illustrations
SCENIC RESOURCES OF THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: 28 Natural Color Photographs by Jacob Gayer
COLOR CONTRASTS IN NORTHERN SPAIN: 14 Natural Color Photographs by Gervais Courtellemont
PURSUING SPANISH BYPATHS NORTHWEST OF MADRID, with 7 Illustrations
Latin America; Hispañola; Dominican Republic; Northern Spain.
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National Geographic - December 1930, Vol. 58, No. 6
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Greece)
NEW GREECE, THE CENTENARIAN, FORGES AHEAD, with 52 Illustrations
AMIDST THE TEMPLED HILLS OF GREECE: 13 Natural-Color Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams
SCENES ALONG THE BYWAYS OF HELLAS (Greece): 13 Natural-Color Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams
FESTIVAL DAYS ON THE SLOPES OF MOUNT PARNASSUS (Greece): 14 Natural-Color Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams
THE WORLD’S HIGHEST INTERNATIONAL TELEPHONE CABLE (Andes, Chile), with 8 Illustrations
GIGANTIC BRAZIL AND ITS GLITTERING CAPITAL (Rio de Janeiro, at the time), with 55 Illustrations 
Greece; Brazil.
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National Geographic - November 1930, Vol. 58, No. 5
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (New York City)
THIS GIANT THAT IS NEW YORK, with 26 Illustrations
THE MAGNITUDE OF THE NEW WORLD METROPOLIS: 8 Full-page Illustrations from Photographs
TEMPO AND COLOR OF A GREAT CITY: 42 Natural-Color Photographs by Clifton Adams and Edwin L. Wisherd
THROUGHT BRAZIL TO THE SUMMIT OF MOUNT RORAIMA, with 25 Illustrations
VIKING LIFE IN THE STORM-CURSED FAEROES (Archipelago that remains under Danish Possession; largely settled by Norwegians prior to Norway’s succession from Denmark in 1814), with 50 Illustrations 
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National Geographic - October 1930, Vol. 58, No. 4
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (China; and, France)
THE GLORIES OF THE MINYA KONKA: Magnificent Snow Peaks of the China-Tibetan Border Are Photographed at Close Range by a National Geographic Society Expedition, with 36 Illustrations
CARRYING THE COLOR CAMERA THROUGH UNMAPPED CHINA: 24 Natural-Color Photographs
THE PERENNIAL GEOGRAPHER: After 2,000 Years Vergil Is Still the most Widely Read of Latin Poets: First to Popularize the Geography of the Roman Empire, with 29 Illustrations
CHATEAU LAND: FRANCE’S PAGEANT ON THE LOIRE, with 10 Natural-Color Photographs by Gervais Courtellemont
A NEW ALPHABET OF THE ANCIENTS IS UNEARTHED: An Inconspicuous Mound in Northern SYRIA Yields Archeological Treasures of Far-reaching Significance, with 48 Illustrations
the Minya Konka mountain range (China and Tibet); China; the geography of Virgil; France; discovery in Alouite, Syria.
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National Geographic - September 1930, Vol. 58, No. 3
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Yugoslavia, First Aerial Success)
JUGOSLAVIA (Yugoslavia): Ten Years After, with 45 Illustrations
COLOR BRIGHTENS RUSTIC LIFE IN JUGOSLAVIA: 25 Natural-Color Photographs by Hans Hildenbrand and Wilhelm Tobien
THE UNEXPLORED PHILIPPINES FROM THE AIR: Map-making Over Jungle Lands Never Before Seen By White Men, by Lieut.George W. Goddard, U.S.A., with 39 Illustrations
THE COLOR CAMERA’S FIRST AERIAL SUCCESS, with 9 Natural-Color Photographs
THE GREAT BARRIER REEF AND ITS ISLES: The Wonder and Mystery of Australia’s World-Famous Geographical Feature, with 39 Illustrations 
Jugoslavia (Yugoslavia); the Philippines; Great Barrier Reef.
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National Geographic - August 1930, Vol. 58, No. 2
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN COLOR AND GRAVURE (Antarctica in Gravure; and, Burma in Color)
THE CONQUEST OF ANTARCTICA BY AIR, by Richard Evelyn Byrd, with 89 Illustrations including 16 Full-page GRAVURE Illustrations from Photographs
ADMIRAL BYRD RECEIVES THE SOCIETY’S SPECIAL GOLD MEDAL OF HONOR, with 4 Illustrations
WORKING TEAK IN THE BURMA FORESTS: The Sagacious Elephant Is Man’s Ablest Ally in the Logging Industry of the Far East, with 5 Illustrations
STRANGE TRIBES IN THE SHAN STATES OF BURMA: 15 Natural-Color Photographs by W. Robert Moore 
Antarctica; teak in Burma; tribes in Burma.
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National Geographic - July 1930, Vol. 58, No. 1
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Norway; and, Mexico)
NORWAY, A LAND OF STERN REALITY: Where Descendants of the Sea Kings of Old Triumphed Over Nature and Wrought a Nation of Arts and Crafts, with 31 Illustrations
FJORDS AND FJELLS OF VIKING LAND (Norway): 27 Natural-Color Photographs by Gustav Heurlin
NORTH AMERICA’S OLDEST METROPOLIS: Through 600 Melodramatic Years, Mexico City Has Grown in Splendor and Achievement, with 34 Illustrations
ADVENTURES IN COLOR ON MEXICO’S WEST COAST: 13 Natural-Color Photographs by Fred Payne Clatworthy
TO-DAY ON THE YUKON TRAIL OF 1898, with 53 Illustrations
Norway; Mexico City; Yukon Trail, Alaska.
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National Geographic - June 1930, Vol. 57, No. 6
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Cirenaica, Libya; and, Peru)
HONORS TO DR. HUGO ECKENER: The First Airship Flight Around the World: Dr. Hugo Eckener Tells of an Epochal Geographic Achievement upon the Occasion of the Bestowal of the National Geographic Society’s Special Gold Medal, with 37 Illustrations
CIRENAICA, EASTERN WING OF ITALIAN LIBIA (Libya), with 36 Illustrations
CIRENAICA, ON THE EDGE OF THE SAHARAN SANDS: 13 Natural-Color Photographs by Luigi Pellerano
THE LURE OF LIMA, CITY OF KINGS, with 41 Illustrations
AMONG THE SNOWS AND FLOWERS OF PERU: 25 Natural-Color Photographs by Jacob Gayer
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National Geographic - May 1930, Vol. 57, No. 5
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Fortunate Isles, Canary Islands)
SOME IMPRESSIONS OF 150,000 MILES OF TRAVEL, by William Howard Taft, with 80 Illustrations
SCENES IN THE FORTUNATE ISLES (Canary Islands): 12 Natural-Color Photographs
HUNTING FOR PLANTS IN THE CANARY ISLANDS, with 38 Illustrations
IN THE CANARY ISLANDS, WHERE STREETS ARE CARPETED WITH FLOWERS: 13 Natural-Color Photographs by Wilhelm Tobien
AN ELYSIUM FOR THE BEAUTY-SEEKING TRAVELER (Canary Islands): 14 Natural-Color Photographs 
travel memoirs of President William Howard Taft; plants of the Canary Islands.
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National Geographic - April 1930, Vol. 57, No. 4

TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Louisiana; and, Quebec, Canada)
LOUISIANA, LAND OF PERPETUAL ROMANCE, with 83 Illustrations
FLECKS OF COLOR IN NEW ORLEANS AND THE FERTILE FIELDS OF LOUISIANA: 29 Natural-Color Photographs by Edwin L. Wisherd
KEEPING HOUSE FOR THE SHEPHERDS OF THE SUN (Mount Brukkaros, South West Africa), with 18 Illustrations
OLD WORLD CHARM IN MODERN QUEBEC: 12 Natural-Color Illustrations from Photographs by Staff Photographers
QUEBEC, CAPITAL OF FRENCH CANADA, with 6 Illustrations 
Louisiana; Quebec, Canada; Mt. Brukkaros, South West Africa.
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National Geographic - March 1930, Vol. 57, No.3
SPECIAL ISSUE Air Mails, Fowls
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Fowls; and, Washington, DC)
FLYING THE WORLD’S LONGEST AIR-MAIL ROUTE: From Montevideo, Uruguay, Over the Andes, Up the Pacific Coast, Across Central America and the Caribbean to Miami, Florida, in 67 Thrilling Flying Hours, with 66 Illustrations
FOWLS OF FOREST AND STREAM TAMED BY MAN, with 27 Illustrations
FOWLS OF FIELD, PARK, AND FARMYARD: 16 Paintings from Life, by Hashime Murayama
APPROACHING WASHINGTON BY TIDEWATER POTOMAC, with 7 Illustrations
SECRET’S OF WASHINGTON’S LURE: 15 Natural-Color Illustrations from Photographs by Staff Photographers
 Back cover advertisement:        Parker Pens
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National Geographic - February 1930, Vol. 57, No. 2
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Sumatra)
SEEKING THE MOUNTAINS OF MYSTERY: An Expedition on the China-Tibet Frontier to the Unexplored Amnyi Machen Range, One of Whose Peaks Rivals Everest (Summary: Over 25,000 feet tall at the highest peak, the snow-crowned Amnyi Machen Mountains (A'nyemagen Shan) on the Tibet-China border form a natural barrier that fosters a highland culture unaffected by outside influences.  Related Subjects:  Amne Machin Shan, Qinghai Province, China; China; Mountain climbing; Ngolok people; Radja Lamasery, Tibet; Tibetan Buddhism; Yellow River, China; Buddhism), with 55 Illustrations
AMONG THE HILL TRIBES OF SUMATRA, with 32 Illustrations
SUMATRA, A RIBBON OF COLOR ON THE EQUATER: 25 Natural-Color Illustrations from Photographs
THE STONE BEEHIVE HOMES OF THE ITALIAN HEEL: In Trulli-Land the Native Builds His Dwelling and Makes His Field Arable in the Same Operation, with 37 Illustrations
Amnyi Machen mountains (China and Tibet); Sumatra; Trulliland, Italy.
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National Geographic - January 1930, Vol. 57, No. 1
TWENTY-FOUR PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS IN FULL COLOR (Florida)
FLORIDA: the Fountain of Youth, with 71 Illustrations
HIGH LIGHTS IN THE SUNSHINE STATE: 41 Natural-Color Illustrations from Photographs
NEW LIGHT ON ANCIENT UR (IRAQ): Excavations at the Site of the City of Abraham Reveal Geographical Evidence of the Biblical Story of the Flood, with 44 Illustrations
Florida; ancient Ur (Iraq).
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