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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE 1950 - 1959

National Geographic - December 1959, Vol. 116, No. 6
Russia as I Saw It, by Richard M. Nixon, Vice-President of the United States
Portrait of Earth’s Largest Continent (Asia): Many changes, and international trouble spots, dot the new Map of Asia, fourteenth in The Society’s growing Atlas Series
The President’s Music Men (Marine Band)
New Guinea to Bali in Yankee: The crew of the world’s most-traveled yacht finds new adventures on romantic islands of the west Pacific
The World in Dolls
Around the World and the Calendar with the Geographic: A Message from Your Society’s President
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National Geographic - November 1959, Vol. 116, No. 5
California’s Wonderful One (State Highway 1): Winding along the Golden State’s Pacific shore, a fabulous highway offers sea lions, whales, giant flowers, and an enchanted castle
Searching for Cliff Dwellers’ Secrets: Wetherill Mesa, Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado
Boom Days in the Southwest: The Nation’s fastest-growing corner sits for its portrait: an up-to-the-minute Atlas Map
Tukuna Maidens Come of Age (Indians of the Amazon in Brazil celebrate their festival of womanhood)
Whooping Cranes Fight for Survival
Seychelles, Topic Isles of Eden (Mahe Island, Seychelles, Indian Ocean, a remote British crown colony)
1960 Census: Profile of the Nation . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1959, Vol. 116, No. 4
Cape Canaveral’s 6000-mile Shooting Gallery
Amalfi, Italy’s Divine Coast
Unsung Beauties of Hawaii’s Coral Reefs
What We’ve Accomplished in Antarctica: After four years and $250,000,000 of Operation Deep Freeze, the naval officer in charge sums up
Announcing the Society’s Book of National Parks: America’s Wonderlands: The National Parks
The Swans of Abbotsbury: On the marshes of Dorset, among ruins mellowed by 900 years, England’s oldest swannery still tends its noble birds.
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National Geographic - September 1959, Vol. 116, No. 3
SPECIAL ISSUE Soviet Union
With 123 Illustrations including 86 in Color
Pacific Fleet: Force for Peace: Ranging over a third of the earth, good-will ambassadors of the United States Navy strengthen our ties with the free nations of Asia
Periscope on the Etruscan Past (Italy): A tiny camera pierces ancient tombs to discover 2,500 year-old treasures
A Firsthand Look at the Soviet Union: An eyewitness report by a young American professor of Russian history, coupled with an Atlas map of western Russia
Western Soviet Map Added to Atlas
Miracle of the Mermaid’s Purse (Skates): Children’s curiosity about a strange object on the beach produces a remarkable set of photographs of how a skate is born
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National Geographic - August 1959, Vol. 116, No. 2 
With 138 Illustrations including 95 in Color
Giant Sequoias: Earth’s Largest Living Things Draw Millions to California Parks
Inside the World of the Honeybee
Global Changes Reflected on New Wall Maps
Beyond the Bight of Benin: Artists Roam Nigeria and the Cameroons: A laughing baby proves the best ambassador for a French expedition painting the little-known tribes of Nigeria and the Cameroons, with 14 Paintings by Jeannette and Maurice Fievet
Canada’s Winged Victory: the Silver Dart: Canadians Re-enact Their Historic First Flight of Half a Century Ago
Children’s Village in Switzerland: Pestalozzi: Love and understanding give new meaning to life for the waifs of Europe
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National Geographic - July 1959, Vol. 116, No. 1
With 137 Illustrations including 91 in Color
Up Through the Ice of the North Pole
Alaska Proudly Joins the Union: Twice the size of Texas, the new 49th State touches fingers with Siberia and extends the United States north to the shore of the Arctic Ocean
Atlas Map Provides a Full-Length Portrait of the Union’s Largest State
New Stars for Old Glory: The United States flag, 182 years old, has changed with the Nation, reflected its achievements, and shared its sorrows
Braving the Atlantic by Balloon
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National Geographic - June 1959, Vol. 115, No. 6
With 116 Illustrations including 80 in Color
Modern Miracle, Made in Germany: From the beautiful Bavarian Alps to the wind-swept heaths along the North Sea, the young West German Republic throbs and bustles with energy, prosperity, and problems
Volcanic Fires of the 50th State: Hawaii National Park
Queen of Canada: Elizabeth II does not visit Ottawa; she is in residence
Geographic Photographers Win Top Awards
Staten Island Ferry, New York’s Seagoing Bus
Where Falcons Wear Air Force Blue: United States Air Force Academy
New Atlas Map Charts a Germany Divided
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National Geographic - May 1959, Vol. 115, No. 5 
With 5 Map Illustrations and 128 Illustrations including 97 in Color
Normandy Blossoms Anew: War tore down its treasured towns and ravaged its land, but France’s province of plenty springs up from the ruins
Giant Insects of the Amazon: Ferocious ants and beetles big as bats confront a National Geographic naturalist in the steaming jungles of Brazil
First Color Portraits of the Heavens: Natural-color photographs reveal the spectacular beauty of distant nebulae and galaxies, by William C. Miller, Research Photographer, Mount Wilson and Palomar Observatories
Lost World of the Galapagos (Islands): Dragonlike iguanas, giant tortoises, and tree-climbing sea lions greet Yankee’s crew in the ash-heap islands
History and Beauty Blend in a Concord Iris Garden: A Massachusetts banker grows prize blossoms where his colonial ancestor fought for freedom
The Friendly Train Called Skunk (California Western’s one-coach train): A humble little railroad huffs and hoots its winning way through the California forests
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National Geographic - April 1959, Vol. 115, No. 4
With 2 Map Illustrations and 138 Illustrations including 88 in Color
New Era on the Great Lakes: This spring, when ice leaves the busiest ship-crossed waters on earth, North America will gain a new 8,300-mile seacoast
Atlas Map of Northeastern United States Reflects Wealth and Grandeur of the Lakes
Jerusalem, the Divided City
The Incredible Helicopter
Nature’s Alert Eyes: Animals look at life, and into an amateur naturalist’s camera, in strange and strikingly different ways
Saint Veran, France’s Highest Village: One foot in the Middle Ages, the other in the 20th century, a remote Alpine community clings to time-hallowed ways
President Eisenhower Presents the Society’s Hubbard Medal to the Conquerors of Antarctica: Sir Vivian Fuchs, and the United States Navy Antarctic Expeditions of 1955-59
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National Geographic - March 1959, Vol. 115, No. 3
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
New St. Lawrence Seaway Opens the Great Lakes to the World: How Canada and the United States, working together, have harnessed 189 miles of mighty river for deepwater navigation and power, with 32 Illustrations including 23 in Color, and Two-page Color Map
Children of the Sun and Moon: Primitive Kraho Indians, living deep in Brazil’s savanna, dance all summer, singling of nature’s gifts. To train for chasing deer afoot, they run relay races with heavy logs, with Map and 19 Illustrations including 13 in Color
Portugal’s Gem of the Ocean: Madeira (Island), with Map and 29 Illustrations including 24 in Color
Peru Profits from Sea Fowl: Cormorants and boobies, most valuable of wild birds, give South America a multimillion-dollar guano industry, with Map and 14 Illustrations including 10 in Color
Life Under Shellfire on Quemoy (China), with 2 Maps and 24 Illustration. Back cover advertisement:        General Dynamics
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National Geographic - February 1959, Vol. 115, No. 2
Seventy-three Pages of Illustrations in Color
Reaching for the Moon, with Diagram and 11 Illustrations including 6 in Color
Building a New Austria, with Map and 30 Illustrations including 27 in Color
Tributes to Assistant Editors Beverley M. Bowie and George W. Long
Skiing in the United States, with 36 Illustrations including 27 in Color
Martinique: A Tropical Bit of France, with Map and 20 Illustrations including 17 in Color
Maine’s Lobster Island, Monhegan, with Map and 17 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (couple in a heart design)
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National Geographic - January 1959, Vol. 115, No. 1
With 5 Map Illustrations and 127 Illustrations including 87 in Color
First Crossings of the Ends of the Earth
Submarine Through the North Pole, by Lt. William G. Lalor, Jr., USN
The Arctic as a Sea Route of the Future: Atomic cargo submarines may someday ply the ice-roofed depths of the polar ocean, by Comdr. William R. Anderson, USN, Captain U.S.S. Nautilus
The Crossing of Antarctica: Commonwealth explorers conquer the last Untraversed continent in a history-making trek from sea to sea across the South Pole, by Sir Vivian Fuchs, Leader of the British Commonwealth Trans-Antarctic Expedition
Station Wagon Odyssey: Baghdad to Istanbul: A famous American traveler continuing a journey across the Moslem East finds new friends and changing nation, by William O. Douglas
Atlas Map Reflects Progress in Strife-Torn Lands
Dzibilchaltun (Mexico): Lost City of the Maya
Dzibilchaltun: Up from the Well of Time: Divers plunge deep into a sinkhole to mine a treasure of Maya pottery, ornaments, and human bones
Little Horses of the Sea: The sea horse has a colt’s head, an insect’s shell-like body, and the pouch of a kangaroo, yet actually is a fish. Moreover, the male gives birth to the young
Your Society to Seek New Light on the Cliff Dwellers: Expedition to Mesa Verde
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National Geographic - December 1958, Vol. 114, No. 6
SPECIAL ISSUE Dead Sea Scrolls
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
The Aegean Isles (Greece): Poseidon’s Playground, with Map and 42 Illustrations including 36 in Color
Seventh Atlas Map Shows Democracy’s Cradle, with 1 Illustration
The Men Who Hid the Dead Sea Scrolls: Ancient Manuscripts found in Judacan caves open a new world to Biblical scholarship (Scholars of the Bible revel in the 1947 discovery of the 2,000-year-old manuscripts in Jordanian caves; Khirbat QumrOan, West Bank), with 8 Photographs and Maps including 5 Paintings in Color by Peter V. Bianchi
Better Days for the Navajos (Arizona-Utah): The largest U. S. Indian tribe shapes a new life with schools and hospitals, irrigated farms, steady jobs, oil, and uranium, with Map and 36 Illustrations including 30 in Color
Geographical Twins a World Apart (Jerusalem to the Jordan Valley in the Holy Land; and, Great Salt Lake Valley in Utah): 10 Color Illustrations and Maps
Ice Fishing’s Frigid Charms: The cold, lonely chore of hungry Eskimos becomes the winter sport of thousands on the northern lakes (Michigan, Wisconsin, and Minnesota), with 14 Illustrations
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National Geographic - November 1958, Vol. 114, No. 5
Seventy Pages of Illustrations in Color
Known but to God (Unknown soldiers of World War II WWII and the Korean War are laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery in a tomb memorializing thousands of unidentified fallen servicemen), with 10 Color Illustrations
The Emperor’s Private Garden: Kashmir, with Maps and 34 Illustrations including 27 in Color
Atlas Map Charts the Nation’s Heartland, with 1 Illustration
The Upper Mississippi: Between Lake Itasca and Cairo, Old Man River Grows Up (Illinois; Minnesota), with 44 Illustrations including 28 in Color
The Booming Sport of Water Skiing, with 12 Illustrations including 7 in Color
The Arab World: A Story in Pictures (Arabian Peninsula; Saudi Arabia; Syria), with Map and 20 Photographs. Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1958, Vol. 114, No. 4
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Iraq, Where Oil and Water Mix, with Map and 33 Illustrations including 26 in Color
Nature Carves Fantasies in Bryce Canyon, with 2 Maps and 16 Illustrations including 15 in Color
Flight of the Platypuses, with 14 Illustrations
The Islands Called Fiji, with 2 Maps and 33 Illustrations including 28 in Color
Switzerland’s Once-in-a-Generation Festival, with 8 Color Illustrations
Theodore Roosevelt: A Centennial Tribute, with 26 Illustrations
Maps Keep Pace with World Events . Back cover advertisement: Coca-Cola (painting of Chevy Corvette at food stand)
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National Geographic - September 1958, Vol. 114, No. 3
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
You and the Obedient Atom (Nuclear Energy), with 54 Illustrations including 40 in Color
Poland Opens Her Doors, with 3 Maps and 39 Illustrations including 28 in Color
New Polish-Czech Map Charts a Political Divide
The White Horses of Vienna (Austria), with 15 Illustrations including 11 in Color
Blossoms That Defy the Seasons (Flower preservation: burial in sand for two weeks), with 9 Illustrations including 6 in Color
Feathered Dancers of Little Tobago (Birds of Paradise Birds, Little Tobago Island, Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies), with Map and 12 Illustrations including 6 in Color
The Book of Dogs: National Geographic’s Newest Achievement, with 1 Illustration
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National Geographic - August 1958, Vol. 114, No. 2
SPECIAL ISSUE Dogs Work For Man
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
British Columbia (Canada): Life Begins at 100, with Map and 34 Illustrations including 27 in Color
Dogs Wok for Man, with 32 Illustrations including 19 Paintings in Color by Edwin Megargee and R. E. Lougheed
How Old Is It?: Telltale radioactivity in every living thing is cracking the riddle of age (Radio-carbon dating), with 19 Illustrations
Off Santa Barbara: California’s Ranches in the Sea (Santa Barbara Island; Santa Cruz Island; Santa Rosa Island, Channel Islands, California), with 26 Illustrations including 19 in Color
Paris, Vibrant Heart of France, with 15 Illustrations and two-page map
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National Geographic - July 1958, Vol. 114, No. 1
Eighty Pages of Illustrations in Color
West from the Khyber Pass: Threading 4,000 Miles of Southwest Asia’s Dusty Roads, the Author Renews His Friendship with the People of the Moslem World, by U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas (driving tour from Pakistan to Turkey including Afghanistan, Iran, and Iraq) with 36 Illustrations including 27 in Color
The Thames Mirrors England’s Varied Life, with 45 Illustrations including 33 in Color
Atlas Map Links Roman and Atomic Times, with 1 Illustration
The Past is Present in Greenfield Village (Henry Ford Museum, Dearborn, Michigan, which includes Thomas Edison’s laboratory and outbuildings, part of his collection of Americana), with Color Map and 23 Illustrations including 20 in Color
DEW Line, Sentry of the Far North (Distant Early Warning Line: 50 similar stations located along a 3,000 mile arc from western Alaska to Baffin Island, Canada), with Map and 12 Illustrations including 3 in Color . Back cover advertisement:   Coca-Cola (painting of people in Switzerland)
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National Geographic - June 1958, Vol. 113, No. 6
Atlantic volcano; trans-Atlantic yachting; Belgium; Trinidad rain forest; North Carolina mountain folk. Back cover advertisement: Coca-Cola (painting of people in Wyoming)
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National Geographic - May 1958, Vol. 113, No. 5
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Heritage of Beauty and History: The National Parks, by Conrad L. Wirth, with 63 Illustrations including 45 in Color (includes Fold-Out of General Sherman Tree in Excellent Condition)
Guide to Scenic Playgrounds and Historic Shrines of the United States and Canada
Sahara Sand in My Eyes (Algeria), with Map and 33 Illustrations including 15 in Color
Mysore (India) Celebrates the Death of a Demon (Dasara festival), with 6 Color Illustrations
Hatchetfish, Torchbearers of the Deep, with 5 Color Illustrations
Four Years of Diving to the Bottom of the Sea, with 15 Illustrations
Folio for Binding Atlas Maps Offered by the National Geographic Society, by Melville Bell Grosvenor
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National Geographic - April 1958, Vol. 113, No. 4 
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Man’s First Winter at the South Pole, by Paul A. Siple, with 53 Illustrations including 20 in Color
Young-old Lebanon Lives by Trade, with Map and 37 Illustrations including 28 in Color
Freezing the Trout’s Lightning Leap, with 7 Illustrations including 6 in Color
Land of Louisiana Sugar Kings, with Map and 30 Illustrations including 25 in Color
The Many-sided Diamond, with 21 Illustrations including 4 in Color . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (painting of people in Brussels, at World's Fair
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National Geographic - March 1958, Vol. 113, No. 3
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Argentina: Young Giant of the Far South, with 50 Illustrations including 37 in Color
Fast-Changing Nations North of Cape Horn
Bristlecone Pine, Oldest Known Living Thing, with 16 Illustrations including 14 in Color
Calypso Explores an Undersea Canyon, by Capt. J.-Y. Cousteau, with 31 Illustrations including 24 in Color
Rare Birds Flock to Spain’s Marismas (200 European bird species thrive in the wetlands marshes of Las Marismas, southern Spain), with 27 Illustrations including 20 in Color
Russell Cave: New Light on Stone Age Life, with 12 Illustrations
National Geographic Society Presents Russell Cave to the American People: An Announcement by President Melville Bell Grosvenor. Map supplement (Southern South America) 
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National Geographic - February 1958, Vol. 113, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
The Bahamas, Isles of the Blue-green Sea, with Map and 52 Illustrations including 38 in Color
Marsh Dwellers of Southern Iraq, with Maps and 29 Illustrations including 18 in Color
Arizona’s Window on Wildlife, with 13 Illustrations
Huntington Library, California Treasure House, with 19 Illustrations including 15 in Color
Exploring Our Neighbor World, the Moon, with 15 Illustrations  Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (painting of people in Cuba)
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National Geographic - January 1958, Vol. 113, No. 1
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Slow Boat to Florida, with 60 Illustrations including 45 in Color
New Atlas Maps Announced by the Society, with 2 Illustrations
Winter Brings Carnival Time to Quebec, with Map and 29 Illustrations including 26 in Color
Corkscrew Swamp, Primeval Show Place in the Everglades, with 16 Illustrations including 11 in Color
Limpkin, the Crying Bird That Haunts Florida Swamps, with 7 Illustrations including 6 in Color
Cappadocia: Turkey’s Country of Cones, with Map and 28 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
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National Geographic - December 1957, Vol. 112, No. 6 
SPECIAL ISSUE Old Testament Times
ruins of The Bounty, Pitcairn Island; man-made satellites; geese; excavations of Old Testament times. Back cover advertisement: Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)
 Map of the Heavens. 27 3/4 x 42An astronomical map of the northern and southern skies showing principal constellations, planets and stars. The reverse side carries twenty-four charts of the northern and southern hemispheres showing the sky for each month.
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National Geographic - November 1957, Vol. 112, No. 5
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
H.R.H. The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, Introduces to Members the Narrative of His Round-the-World Tour
Off the Beaten Track of Empire (Prince Philip travels 40,000 miles to tour the remotest corners of the British Empire), with Map and 42 Illustrations including 17 in Color
How We Sailed the New Mayflower to America: Why Did Mayflower II Take the Long Southern Route? What Were the Risks She Ran? Her Skipper Reveals the Answers, with Map and 35 Illustrations including 25 in Color
A 20th-century Saga of the Sea on Canvas: Marine Artist Smith Knew Every Sail and Spar Before He Painted Mayflower II as a Supplement to This Issue 
Californians Escape to the Desert (Mojave Desert to the north; and, the low Colorado Desert to the south): City Dwellers by the Thousands Find Health and Peace in Sandy Acres Once Considered Fit Only for Jack Rabbits and Rattlesnakes, with Map and 51 Illustrations including 45 in Color. Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1957, Vol. 112, No. 4
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Poets’ Voices Linger in Scottish Shrines: Tam o’Shanter, Macbeth, Rob Roy, and the Lady of the Lake Still Haunt the Lochs and Braes of Bonnie Scotland, with Map and 41 Illustrations including 32 in Color
The Elephant and I: Ponderous, Strong, Skillful, and Ticklish, the Mighty Pachyderm Serves Southern Asians as a Four-footed Jungle Bulldozer, with Map and 15 Illustrations
Beauty and Bounty of Southern State Trees: Dixie’s Fragrant Pines, Shiny Magnolias, and Brooding Oaks, Inspiration to Patriots and Poets, Now Yield a Wealth of New Products (2nd of two articles portraying in words and paintings the State trees of the United States. The first article, describing northern State trees, appeared in November, 1955), with 38 Illustrations including 16 Paintings in Color by Walter A. Weber
Ballerinas in Pink: Fifty Flamingos March in Formation in a Bahamian Garden, Performing an Extraordinary Drill to Human Command, with 18 Illustrations including 16 in Color
Gypsy Cave Dwellers of Andalusia (Spain), with Map and 10 Illustrations
History of the National Geographic: Announcing Publication of The National Geographic Society and Its Magazine: A History, by Dr. Gilbert Grosvenor, with 1 Illustration.  Back cover advertisement: Coca-Cola (painting of people India)
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National Geographic - September 1957, Vol. 112, No. 3
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Nomad Sails Long Island Sound: A 40-foot Ketch Cruises Storied Waters of Connecticut and New York Renowned for Yachts and Pirates, Whalers and Oyster Beds, with Map and 39 Illustrations including 34 in Color
Year of Discovery Opens in Antarctica: Daring Scientists of a Dozen Nations, Pooling Knowledge and Resources, Launch Man’s Most Ambitious Assault on the White Continent, with Color Map and 41 Illustrations including 26 in Color
National Geographic Map Updates Antarctica
Across the Frozen Desert to Byrd Station: Tractor-borne Explorers Conquer Yawning Chasms of Ice and Snow to Set UP an IGY Outpost in Uncharted Marie Byrd Land, with 14 Illustrations including 7 in Color
Robert College, Turkish Gateway to the Future: Thanks to a Boatload of Bread, Yankee Educators in Istanbul Have Forged an Enduring Link Between Asia and the West, with Map and 18 Illustrations including 14 in Color
Lafayette’s Homeland, Auvergne: France and the United States Together Celebrate the 200th Birthday of an Aristocrat Who Helped Win American Independence, with 18 Illustrations
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National Geographic - August 1957, Vol. 112, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
The Giant Tides of Fundy (Canada’s Maritime Provinces), with Map and 35 Illustrations including 28 in Color
Keeping House for Tropical Butterflies (Trinidad jungle), with 31 Illustrations including 29 in Color
Kachinas: Masked Dancers of the Southwest (Pueblo people; Hopi Indians, Arizona and New Mexico), with 16 Illustrations including 11 in Color
El Morro: Story in Stone: Pueblo Indian, Conquistador, Padre, Cavalry Trooper, and Pioneer Carved Southwest Drama on Mew Mexico’s Inscription Rock, with Map and 10 Illustrations including 7 in Color
Squaws Along the Yukon: Following the Fabled Gold-rush Route, Six Venturous Young Women and a Lone Man Paddle by Foldboat from Whitehorse (Canada) to Eagle (Alaska), with Map and 27 Illustrations including 22 in Color
Fledgling Wings of the Air Force (Thomas McKnew recollects his memories as a boy of Wright’s flying the first military plane), with 6 Illustrations
History Written in the Skies: Pictorial Highlights of the First 50 Years of the United States Air Force, with 31 Illustrations
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National Geographic - July 1957, Vol. 112, No. 1
Eighty Pages of Illustrations in Color
To the Men at South Pole Station, by Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, USN, (His last article), with 3 Illustrations
We Are Living at the South Pole, with 30 Illustrations including 22 in Color
Admiral of the Ends of the Earth, by Melville Bell Grosvenor, with 18 Illustrations
Flight to Adventure: Flying Their Own Single-engine Plane, a Daring Couple Span Jungle and Desert in a Yearlong Odyssey over Africa and Asia, with Map and 73 Illustrations including 62 in Color
New Mexico’s Great White Sands: Feathery Dunes of Snow-white Gypsum in a 140,000-acre Sandbox Make This Area Unique Among National Monuments (White Sands National Monument, New Mexico), with Map and 23 Illustrations including 20 in Color
Coronation in Katmandu: The Pageantry of Marco Polo’s Asia Comes Alive Once Again as a New King of Nepal Ascends the Cobra Throne, with Map and 12 Illustrations including 10 in Color
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National Geographic - June 1957, Vol. 111, No. 6
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Our War Memorials Abroad: A Faith Kept (Cemeteries and chapels built by the American Battle Monuments Commission in tribute to Americans fallen in World War II WWII), with 4 Illustrations
Here Rest in Honored Glory…The United States Dedicates Six New Battle Monuments in Europe to Americans Who Gave Their Lives During World War II (first of 14 new monuments: Brittany Cemetery, France; Cambridge Cemetery, England; Rhone Cemetery, Draguignan, France; Epinal Cemetery, France; Sicily-Rome Cemetery, Nettuno, Italy; Normandy Cemetery, France) , with Map and 29 Illustrations including 23 in Color
Through Europe by Trailer Caravan: In Their Own Village on Wheels Foot-loose American Travelers Learn How to See the World Without Leaving Home, with 43 Illustrations including 36 in Color
New National Geographic Map Shows Modern Europe’s Highway Network
Rhododendron Time on Roan Mountain: Each June Giant Blossoms Flame in Natural Gardens in the Clouds on the Lofty Tennessee-North Carolina Border, with 8 Illustrations including 7 in Color
The Marvelous Maldive Islands (Island Republic, Indian Ocean): Sun-drenched Atolls in the Indian Ocean Hold a Seagirt Sultanate Where Phones Rarely Ring and Kites Fly from Office Windows, with Map and 20 Illustrations including 18 in Color
Animal Safari to British Guiana: Englishmen Hunt Wildlife for B.B.C. Television and the London Zoo Amid Indian Tribes of Tropical South America, with 28 Illustrations
Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (painting of people in Paris).
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National Geographic - May 1957, Vol. 111, No. 5
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Captain Smith of Jamestown, with 3 Maps and 35 Illustrations including 26 in Color
The Balearics Are Booming: Low-cost Living Beneath Azure Skies Lures Vacationing Throngs to Spain’s Sunny Mediterranean Isles of Peace (Majorca and its two sister islands Iviza and Minorca), with 2 Maps and 39 Illustrations including 28 in Color
The Wichitas: Land of the Living Prairie (Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, Oklahoma), with 2 Maps and 42 Illustrations including 36 in Color
Shrimpers Strike Gold in the Gulf (of Mexico), with Map and 8 Illustrations including 6 in Color
We’re Coming Over on the Mayflower, with Map and 16 Illustrations
The World in Your Garden: Announcing a New National Geographic Book
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National Geographic - April 1957, Vol. 111, No. 4
SPECIAL ISSUE Modern Rome
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Rome: Eternal City with a Modern Air, with Map and 46 Illustrations including 32 in Color
Hydrofoil Ferry Flies the Strait of Messina (Italy to Sicily), with 8 Illustrations including 6 in Color
The Wild Animals in My Life: A Noted Zoo Director, Now Retired, Recalls the Highlights of 30 Years’ Collecting, Trading, and Nursemaiding Birds and Beast, by William M. Mann, Director of the National Zoological Park in Washington, D.C. from 1925 to 1956, with 26 Illustrations including 19 in Color
A Visit to the Living Ice Age: Plants, Animals, and Men Defy Subzero Weather and Bitter Winds, Perpetuating Life in the Shadow of the North Pole (west shores of Greenland aboard the Bowdoin with one of the last pre-Air Age Arctic explorers, Rear Adm. Donald B. MacMillan, USNR), with Map and 47 Illustrations including 42 in Color
Three Roads to Rainbow: Few Visit This Hard-to-Reach National Monument in Southern Utah, but Those Who Do Never Forget Its Soaring Arch of Stone (Rainbow Bridge National Monument, Utah), with Map and 12 Illustrations including 9 in Color
Rockets Explore the Air Above Us: Scientists, Firing Missiles Equipped with Electronic Eyes and Ears, Probe Mysteries on the Borders of Outer Space (Rockets and Balloons, called Rockoons), with 21 Illustrations
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National Geographic - March 1957, Vol. 111, No. 3
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
MATS: America’s Long Arm of the Air, with 35 Illustrations including 30 in Color
Paris Flea Market: Bargain-hunter’s Paradise, with 9 Illustrations
Changing Formosa (Taiwan), Green Island of Refuge, with Map and 39 Illustrations including 33 in Color
Children’s Art Around the World, with 30 Illustrations including 22 Paintings in Color
Stalking the Great Indian Rhino, with Map and 10 Illustrations including 6 in Color
History Awakens at Harpers Ferry, with Map and 13 Illustrations including 11 in Color
The National Geographic Society’s Newest Map
John Oliver La Gorce Vice-Chairman of Board; Melville Bell Grosvenor New President Editor, with 6 Illustrations
Freedom Flight from Hungary, with 13 Illustrations
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National Geographic - February 1957, Vol. 111, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Wisconsin, Land of the Good Life, with Map and 36 Illustrations including 29 in Color
Charting Our Sea and Air Lanes, with Maps and 22 Illustrations including 18 in Color
Roman Life in 1600-year-old Color Pictures, with 20 Illustrations including 14 in Color
Along the Storied Incense Roads of Aden (Protectorate), with Maps and 18 Illustrations
Dinkelsbuhl (West Germany) Rewards Its Children, with Map and 14 Illustrations in Color
To 76,000 Feet by Strato-Lab Balloon, with 15 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (woman in Acapulco)
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National Geographic - January 1957, Vol. 111, No. 1
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
On Australia’s Coral Ramparts, with Map and 50 Illustrations including 41 in Color
The Great St. Bernard Hospice Today (Monks in the Switzerland SWISS ALPS), with 13 Illustrations including 6 in Color
Pennsylvania Avenue, Route of Presidents (Washington, D.C.), with Map and 21 Illustrations including 13 in Color
Norway’s Fjords Pit Men Against Mountains, with Map and 22 Illustrations including 18 in Color
An Engineer’s View of the Suez Canal, with Map and 12 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
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National Geographic - December 1956, Vol. 110, No. 6
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Jerusalem to Rome in the Path of St. Paul, with 43 Illustrations including 34 in Color
National Geographic Map Traces Bible History on a Modern Background
Springtime Comes to Yellowstone, with Map and 20 Illustrations including 18 in Color
Sky Survey Charts the Universe, with 1 Illustration
Exploring the Farthest Reaches of Space, with 9 Illustrations
Tasmania, Australia’s Island State, with Map and 28 Illustrations including 22 in Color
Florida’s Wild Indians, the Seminole, with Map and 26 Illustrations including 22 in Color
Raccoon: Amiable Rogue in a Black Mask, with 17 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)
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National Geographic - November 1956, Vol. 110, No. 5
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
New York State’s New Main Street, with Map and 41 Illustrations including 35 in Color
The Nation’s Newest Old Masters, with 36 Illustrations including 22 Paintings in Color by John Walker
Chessmen Come to Life in Marostica, with 10 Illustrations including 9 in Color
Vanished Mystery Men of Hudson Bay, with Map and 18 Illustrations including 14 in Color
Sports-minded Melbourne, Host to the Olympics, with Map and 5 Illustrations
Zoo Animals Go to School, with 13 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1956, Vol. 110, No. 4
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Surprising Switzerland, with Map and 44 Illustrations including 36 in Color
Back to the Historic Black Hills (South Dakota), with Map and 23 Illustrations including 19 in Color
Honey Eaters of Currumbin (Lorikeets birds, Currumbin, Queensland, Australia), with 9 Illustrations in Color
Himalayan Pilgrimage, with Map and 13 Illustrations
A New Look at Kenya’s Treetops
Life 8000 Years Ago Uncovered in an Alabama Cave (Paleo-Indians, Russell Cave, Alabama), with 21 Illustrations including 10 in Color
Shipworms (Teredo worms, tiny wood-boring mollusks), Saboteurs of the Sea, with 9 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement: Coca-Cola (two couples at party)
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National Geographic - September 1956, Vol. 110, No. 3
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Our Green Treasury, the National Forests, with 36 Illustrations including 29 in Color
Progress and Pageantry in Changing Nigeria, with Map and 34 Illustrations including 28 in Color
Gifts for the Jaguar God (La Venta, Tabasco, Mexico), with Map and 8 Illustrations including 4 in Color
Kitimat, Canada’s Aluminum Titan, with Map and 18 Illustrations including 10 in Color
Philmont Scout Ranch Helps Boys Grow Up, with Map and 13 Illustrations including 10 in Color
National Geographic Map Portrays the United States on the Move, with 1 Illustration
The Diffident Truffle, France’s Gift to Gourmets, with 12 Illustrations
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National Geographic - August 1956, Vol. 110, No. 2 
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
All-out Assault on Antarctica, by Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, with Map and 40 Illustrations including 32 in Colors
Boom on San Francisco Bay, with Map and 34 Illustrations including 29 in Color
Alexander Graham Bell Museum: Tribute to Genius, with 36 Illustrations including 4 in Color
Into the Heart of Africa, with Map and 3 Illustrations
Stalking Central Africa’s Wildlife, with 15 Illustrations including 13 Paintings in Color by Walter A. Weber . Back cover advertisement:        Moore-McCormick Cruise Lines
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National Geographic - July 1956, Vol. 110, No. 1
Scotland; whales; Trucial Oman, Arabia; bird anting (use of ants by birds); Hannibal, Missouri. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (man, woman and boy in white)
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National Geographic - June 1956, Vol. 109, No. 6
SPECIAL ISSUE Alaska
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Alaska’s Warmer Side, by Elsie May Bell Grosvenor, with 38 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
Alaska, the Big Land, with 27 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors
New Alaska Map Portrays a Far-north Frontier, with 1 Illustration
Photographing Northern Wild Flowers, with 26 Illustration including 21 in Natural Colors
Trieste (Italy), Side Door to Europe (Adriatic port), with Map and 28 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
Solving Life Secrets of the Sailfish, with 18 Illustrations including 5 Paintings in Color by Craig Phillips and B. Anthony Stewart
Cyprus, Geography’s Stepchild, with Map and 13 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:        General Dynamics
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National Geographic - May 1956, Vol. 109, No. 5 
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Many-splendored Glacierland (Glacier National Park, Montana; Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, Alberta, Canada-Montana, U.S.A.), with Map and 46 Illustrations including 40 in Natural Colors
Minutemen of the Civil Air Patrol, with 28 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors
The Camargue (France), Land of Cowboys and Gypsies, with Map and 30 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
Maytime Miracle in Sherwood Gardens (Baltimore, Maryland), with 10 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Jungle Journeys in Sarawak (Sarawak state, Borneo, Malaysia), with Map and 25 Illustrations
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National Geographic - April 1956, Vol. 109, No. 4
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
History Keeps House in Virginia, with 38 Illustrations including 25 in Natural Colors
National Geographic Map Highlights Washington Area History
Space Satellites, Tools of Earth Research, with Map and 28 Illustrations including 4 Paintings in Color by William N. Palmstrom
Lake District, Poets’ Corner of England, with Map and 29 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
Ifalik, Lonely Paradise of the South Seas, with Map and 33 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
New Life for India’s Villagers, with 15 Illustrations
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National Geographic - March 1956, Vol. 109, No. 3 
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
High Road in the Pyrenees, with Map and 31 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors
Men Who Measure the Earth, with Map and 26 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors
Fossils Lift the Veil of Time, with Diagram and 23 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
People and Penguins of the Faraway Falklands, with Map and 34 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Expedition to the Land of the Tiwi (Aborigines, Melville Island, Northern Territory, Australia), with Map and 26 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors. Back cover advertisement:  ys Blankets
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National Geographic - February 1956, Vol. 109, No. 2
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Exploring Davy Jones’s Locker with Calypso, by Capt. J.-Y. Cousteau, with 10 Illustrations including 5 in Natural Colors
Camera Under the Sea, with 40 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors
Virgin Islands: Tropical Playland, U.S.A., with Map and 25 Illustrations including 20 in Natural Colors
The Making of a New Australia, with Map and 27 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors
An Exotic New Oriole Settles in Florida, with 4 Illustrations including 1 in Natural Colors
Pescadores, Wind-swept Outposts of Formosa, with Map and 22 Illustrations including 18 in Natural Colors
The International Geophysical Year, with 2 Maps and 13 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (man and woman)
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National Geographic - January 1956, Vol. 109, No. 1
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Wildlife Adventuring in Jackson Hole, with Map and 35 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors
Athens to Istanbul, with Map and 41 Illustrations including 34 in Natural Colors
Mauritius, Island of the Dodo, with Map and 28 Illustrations including 23 in Natural Colors
Portraits of My Monkey Friends, with 21 Illustrations including 16 in Natural Colors
Wringing Secrets from Greenland’s Icecap, with 2 Maps and 20 Illustrations
Gold Medal Awarded to Mrs. Robert E. Peary, with 2 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
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National Geographic - December 1955, Vol. 108, No. 6
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Atlantic Odyssey: Iceland to Antarctica: A National Geographic Cartographer Goes Whaling off Newfoundland, Tastes a Cape Horn Gale, and Visits African Diamond Mines, by Newman Bumstead, with 58 Illustrations including 46 in Natural Colors
Ice Age Man, the First American: With Atomic Age Tools, Scientists Pick Up the Trails of Nomadic Hunters Who Peopled the Western Hemisphere Thousands of Years Ago, with Map and 18 Illustrations including 8 Paintings in Color by Andre Durenceau
New National Geographic Map Reveals Volumes of Atlantic Lore, with 1 Illustration
By Full-rigged Ship to Denmark’s Fairyland: Svendborg Mariners Nostalgically Re-create a Golden Age of Sail When the Isle of Fyn Sent Its Craft to the Earth’s Corners, with Map and 28 Illustrations including 25 in Natural Colors
Rugged Is the Word for Bravo: Weather Patrol Aboard a Coast Guard Rescue Ship in the North Atlantic Calls for Three Weeks of Skill, Stamina, and a Strong Stomach, with 13 Illustrations
Christmas in Cookie Tree Land: Peggy Poodlehead, Sylvester the Ominous Cat, and Rosebud the Elephant Unite an American Family in a Joyful Holiday Tradition, with 14 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Petra (Jordan), Rose-red Citadel of Biblical Edom: In a City That May Have Sheltered St. Paul, Unique Rock Carvings Have Defied the Elements for 2,000 Lonely Years, with Map and 15 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors
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National Geographic - November 1955, Vol. 108, No. 5
SPECIAL ISSUE Egyptian Archaeology
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Beyond Everest: First Ascents of 23 Peaks and a Daring Rescue from a Crevasse Mark an Expedition Led by a Conqueror of Earth’s Highest Mountain, by Sir Edmund Hillary, with Map and 25 Illustrations including 18 in Natural Colors
Fresh Treasures from Egypt’s Ancient Sands: Archeologists Add a Funerary Boat, Step Pyramid, and Temple to the Priceless Heritage of Relics of the Pharaohs, with Map and 33 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors
Wealth and Wonder of Northern State Trees: Pines, Oaks, and Maples, Species That Housed American Colonists, Are Favored Arboreal Symbols of the Cooler Tier of States (1st of two articles portraying in words and paintings the State trees of the United States. See also the October 1957 issue, for the 2nd article featuring the Southern State Trees), with 40 Illustrations including 16 Paintings in Color by Walter A. Weber
Kings Point: Maker of Mariners: The Young U. S. Merchant Marine Academy Combines Theory, Sea Experience, and Tradition in Preparing Ships’ Officers (Kings Point, New York), with 13 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors
Twentieth Anniversary of the Epoch-making Stratosphere Flight by Explorer II
Immigrants Still Flock to Liberty’s Land, with 14 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1955, Vol. 108, No. 4
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
To the Land of the Head-hunters: An Ornithologist Finds Bird Rarities and Glimpses a Dying Culture in Innermost New Guinea, with Map and 64 Illustrations including 54 in Natural Colors
The Incredible Kangaroo: Australia’s Famous Marsupial Sits on Its Tail, Fights Like a Man, Bounces Like a Steel Spring, and Graces a Coat of Arms, with 22 Illustrations
October Holiday on the Outer Banks: Legends of Shipwrecked Galleons, Pirate Lairs, and the Lost Colony Enliven North Carolina’s Wind-swept Island Playground, with Map and 32 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
Paris to Antwerp with the Water Gypsies: An American Joins a French Family Aboard the Canal Barge Saigon to Explore the Inland Waterways of France and Belgium, with Map and 30 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors
Photographing a Volcano in Action (Kilauea, Hawaii National Park, Hawaii), with 2 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Caldy (Wales), the Monks’ Island, with Map and 12 Illustrations
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National Geographic - September 1955, Vol. 108, No. 3
SPECIAL ISSUE Literary England
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Landmarks of Literary England: The Reverently Guarded Haunts and Homes of Britain’s Great Writers Provide Modern Pilgrims with a Rewarding Glimpse of the Past, with Map and 66 Illustration including 50 in Natural Colors
This Young Giant, Indonesia: From Sumatra to Celebes and from Bali to Borneo, a New Sense of Urgency Grips the 5-year-old Nation of 3,000 Islands and 79,000,000 People, with 44 Illustrations including 35 in Natural Colors
National Geographic Map Spotlights an Asian Arena of Strife and Change
The Kiwi, New Zealand’s Wonder Bird, with 5 Illustrations
Escalante: Utah’s River or Arches: A Pack Trip Through Little-known Canyons of the Western United States Reveals Spectacular Formations Carved by Frost, Wind, and Water, with Map and 19 Illustrations including 13 in Natural Colors
New Light on the Changing Face of Mars: A Huge Green Area Almost the Size of Texas Appears in Photographs Made by the National Geographic Society-Lowell Observatory Mars Expedition to South Africa, with Diagram and 13 Illustrations including 1 in Natural Colors
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National Geographic - August 1955, Vol. 108, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Calypso Explores for Underwater Oil: The Persian Gulf’s Pirate Coast Yields Its Secrets to Science; in the Indian Ocean, Aqualung Divers War on Sharks, by Capt. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, with Map and 34 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
Completing the Atlas of the Universe: Astronomers Throughout the World Receive the First Section of the National Geographic Society-Palomar Observatory Sky Survey, with 7 Illustrations
Across Canada by Mackenzie’s Track: Following the Fur Trader’s Canoe Highway, Author and Family Find Northland Travel Still an Adventure, with Color Map and 45 Illustrations including 39 in Natural Colors
Aviation Medicine on the Threshold of Space: Service Doctors, Facing Medical Problems Unknown on Earth Make Possible Man’s Exploration of the Hostile Heavens, with Diagram and 50 Illustrations including 33 in Natural Colors
Skunks Want Peace, or Else!, with 25 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:  Grace Line Caribbean Cruises
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National Geographic - July 1955, Vol. 108, No. 1
SPECIAL ISSUE Lhasa and Tibet
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
My Life in Forbidden Lhasa: Escaping from Internment in India to the Sacred Capital of Tibet, an Austrian Became the Dalai Lama’s Trusted Tutor, with Map and 48 Illustrations including 33 in Natural Colors
Under Canvas in the Atomic Age: United States Coast Guard Cadets Crew a Square-rigged Yankee Bark for Training in Their Country’s Great Maritime Tradition, with Map and 37 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors
In the Gardens of Olympus: Rain Forests, Glaciers, and Flower-mantled Meadows Intrigue a Vacationing Family in One of America’s Wildest National Parks (Olympic National Park, Washington), with Map and 50 Illustrations including 45 in Natural Colors
Europe Via the Hostel Route: With a Bicycle for Transport and a Pack on His Back, a Young Photographer Finds Friends and Adventure Abroad, with Map and 27 Illustrations
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National Geographic - June 1955, Vol. 107, No. 6 
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
New England, a Modern Pilgrim’s Pride: For New England Flavor, Mix Unequal Parts of Mountains and Sea, Old Schools and New Technology, Museums and Superhighways; Season with Yankee Independence, with 65 Illustrations including 54 in Natural Colors
Glass Menageries of the Sea: A Jellyfish May Be a Poisonous Monster with 100-foot Tentacles, or a Fragile, Pink-petaled Rose Growing in a Tide Pool, with 28 Illustrations including 23 in Natural Colors
National Geographic Map Portrays New England, Past and Present, with 1 Illustration
Switzerland’s Enchanted Val d’Herens: In a Tranquil Valley High in the Alps, a Pastoral People Still Live, Work, Work, and Dress as Their Ancestors Did Centuries Ago, with Map and 23 Illustrations including 17 in Natural Colors
Lyrebird, Australia’s Meistersinger: A Silver-voiced Bird with a Lyre-shaped Tail Sets the Forest Echoing as He Sings for His Mate, and Eavesdropping Humans, with 10 Illustrations including 9 in Natural Colors
Passage to Freedom in Viet Nam, with Map and 20 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (family on patio)
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National Geographic - May 1955, Vol. 107, No. 5 
SPECIAL ISSUE Grand Canyon
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Grand Canyon: Nature’s Story of Creation: In the Mile-deep Chasm of the Colorado, One of the World’s Greatest Wonders, Rocks Reveal the Beginnings of Life on Earth, with Map, Diagram, and 31 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors
Bruges, the City the Sea Forgot: Belgium’s Chief Port and World-trade Center in Medieval Days Relives Its Past in Brilliant, Reverent Pageantry, with Map and 32 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Arizona’s Operation Beaver Lift: The Hard-working Beaver, Sometimes a Pest, Turns His Engineering Talents to the Conservation of Soil and Water, with 17 Illustrations including 13 in Natural Colors
One Hundred Hours Beneath the Chesapeake: Aquascope Explorers Bring Back Remarkable Photographs in Color from the Murky Depths of the Bay, with Map and 18 Illustrations including 13 in Natural Colors
Kayaks Down the Nile (Three adventurers kayak and portage down the length of the longest river in the world), with Map and 36 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - April 1955, Vol. 107, No. 4
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Ohio Makes Its Own Prosperity: Busy Farms and Humming Factories Vie with Art Museums and Research Centers as Attractions of the Thriving Buckeye State, with Color Map and 48 Illustrations including 39 in Natural Colors
Spain’s Fortunate Isles, the Canaries: On Colorful Islands Near Africa’s Desert Coast, Devout Canarios Pave City Streets with Blossoms at Corpus Christi Time, with Map and 37 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors
Photographing the Sea’s Dark Underworld: Ocean Depths Surrender Their Secrets to Cameras Towed on Sleds, Dangled on Cables, and Borne by the Bathyscaphe, with Diagram and 14 Illustrations
Diving Through an Undersea Avalanche: Nearly a Mile Beneath the Mediterranean, the Bathyscaphe Touches Off a Slide Dislodging Tons of Mud, by Capt. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, with Diagram and 1 Illustration
Weather from the White North: In Lonely Year-round Vigil, Canadian and American Meteorologists Transmit Vital Data from the Top of the World, with Map and 31 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors
Patrolling Troubled Formosa Strait (Taiwan), with Map and 20 Illustrations
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National Geographic - March 1955, Vol. 107, No. 3
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Spectacular Rio de Janeiro: Studded with Mountains and Scalloped with Beaches, Brazil’s Booming Capital Is One of the Beauty Queens of the Earth, with 31 Illustrations including 25 in Natural Colors
Life Among the Wai Wai Indians: Smithsonian Archeologists, Husband and Wife, Find British Guiana’s Pygmy-size Bow-and-arrow Marksmen Facing Extinction, with 22 Illustrations including 16 in Natural Colors
Giant Brazil Dominates the Newest National Geographic Map
America’s First Painters: Indians, Who Once Painted Rocks and Buffalo Hides, Now Use Paper and Canvas to Preserve Ancient Art Forms, with 24 Illustrations including 18 Paintings by Dorothy Dunn
Deaf Children Learn to Talk at Clarke School: With Patience, Skill, and New Scientific Equipment, Teachers Labor That the Ears of the Deaf Shall Be Unstopped… and the Tongue of the Dumb Sing (Isaiah 35: 5-6), with 24 Illustrations including 17 in Natural Colors
East Pakistan Drives Back the Jungle: A Land of Elephant Roundups, Bengal Tigers, and A Bamboo Economy Takes Big Strides Toward Becoming a Modern Nation, with Map and 30 Illustrations including 23 in Natural Colors
X-Rays Reveal in Inner Beauty of Shells, with 15 Illustrations
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National Geographic - February 1955, Vol. 107, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
From Sea to Sahara in French Morocco: Jet Planes Lace Vapor Trails over Modern Farms, but in the Markets of Marrakech You Can Buy an Evil Eye for Three Cents, with Map and 41 Illustrations including 33 in Natural Colors
Cities Like Worcester Make America: From the Village Blacksmith to New England’s Largest Inland Metropolis, This Community Has Grown with Industry and Yankee Ingenuity, with 24 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
Sonora Is Jumping: Men Hunt Strategic Minerals, Buried Treasure, Big Game Fish, and Jumping Beans in Mexico’s Northwest, with Map and 30 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors
Roaming India’s Naga Hills: Friendly Tribesmen, Strange Birds and Animals, and Occasional Headhunters Inhabit the Rugged Assam-Burma Borderland, with Map and 19 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors
Okinawa, the Island Rebuilt, with Map and 24 Illustrations
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National Geographic - January 1955, Vol. 107, No. 1
Sicily; Florida Gulf coast; New Hebrides vine divers; penguins; Canton Island; Andes. Back cover advertisement:        Moore-McCormack Cruise Lines
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National Geographic - December 1954, Vol. 106, No. 6
Eighty Pages of Illustrations in Color
Safari from Congo to Cairo, by Elsie May Bell Grosvenor, with 45 Illustrations including 39 in Natural Colors by Gilbert Grosvenor
New Northern Africa Map Includes the Mediterranean
Here’s New York Harbor, with Map and 40 Illustrations including 33 in Natural Colors
Crusader Lands Revisited: A Distinguished Historian Retraces the Route of Medieval Knights from Istanbul to the Holy Cities of Christianity’s Birth, by Harold Lamb, with 35 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Viking Festival in the Shetlands (Scotland), with 11 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (Santa Claus)
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National Geographic - November 1954, Vol. 106, No. 5
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Saving Man’s Wildlife Heritage: For Half a Century the National Audubon Society Has Fostered Understanding of Nature and Fought for Conservation, with 60 Illustrations including 49 in Natural Color
How the Kazakhs Fled to Freedom: Decimated by Chinese Reds and the Hazards of a Hostile Land, Nomads of the Steppes Trekked 3,000 Miles to Kashmir, with Map and 20 Illustrations including 16 in Natural Color
In the Wilds of a City Parlor: For His City-bred Youngsters a Fond Father Creates Miniature Ponds and Woodlands, Tropical Lagoons, and Desserts Teeming with Life, with 33 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Color
Golden Beaches of Portugal: Off Sun-drenched Shores the Author Helps Reap the Sea’s Harvest in Ways Little Changed Since the Days of the Phoenicians, with Map and 24 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Color
New York Again Hails the Horse: Founded 71 Years Ago, the National Horse Show in Madison Square Garden Climaxes Some 1,500 Smaller Shows Across the Nation, with 23 Illustrations including 16 in Natural Color
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National Geographic - October 1954, Vol. 106, No. 4
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Williamsburg: Its College and Its Cinderella City: Virginia’s Colonial Capital, Complete from Apothecary to Wigmaker, Flourishes Again as a Vivid Re-creation of the American Past, with 46 Illustrations including 39 in Natural Colors
Spearing Lions with Africa’s Masai: These Spartan, Aristocratic Warriors, Scornful of Civilization, Fearlessly Hunt Big Game with Spears and Swords, with Map and 35 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors
The Peary Flag Comes to Rest: Dauntless Robert E. Peary’s Daughter Tells the Story of the Historic Standard Presented by Her Mother to the National Geographic Society, by Marie Peary Stafford, with Map and 14 Illustrations including 3 in Natural Colors
Hunting Uranium Around the World: Lured by Rich Rewards, Prospectors Search from Desert to Arctic for New Supplies of This Magic Fuel of the Atomic Age, with 25 Illustrations including 18 in Natural Colors
From Barra to Butt in the Hebrides: Scotland’s Outer Islands, a Nice, Quiet Place, Offer the Traveler Hospitality, Rugged Scenery, and Serenity in a Noisy World, with Map and 19 Illustrations including 7 in Natural Colors. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (air travel)
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National Geographic - September 1954, Vol. 106, No. 3
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
America Goes to the Fair: Farmers and City Dwellers Meet at Booming Harvest Festivals That Entertain and Educate 85,000,000 Visitors a Year, with 40 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors
Our Snake Friends and Foes, with 38 Illustrations including 15 Paintings in Natural Color by Walter A. Weber
Helping Holland Rebuild Her Land: American Students Lend a Hand as the Gallant Dutch Repair the Ravages of Their Country’s Old Enemy, the Sea, with Map and 52 Illustrations including 44 in Natural Color
The Solemn Sociable Puffins (Skomer Island, Wales), with 8 Illustrations including 7 in Natural Color
Eastman of Rochester: Photographic Pioneer: A Gifted Bank Clerk, Born a Century Ago, Revolutionized Picture Taking and Made Kodak a Household Name, with 23 Illustrations
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National Geographic - August 1954, Vol. 106, No. 2
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Stop and Go Sail Around South Norway: Steep-walled Fjords, Historic Seaports, and Friendly People Greet a Connecticut Yankee Cruising Along Viking Coasts, with 36 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
New National Geographic Map Portrays Northern Europe, Split by Cold War, with 1 Illustration
When Giant Alaskan Bears Go Fishing: Largest Land-dwelling Carnivores Gather in a Secluded Valley to Feast on a Favorite Delicacy: Live Alaska Salmon, with 15 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Colorado by Car and Campfire: Lured by the Grandeur of Distant Peaks, Four Adventurous Girls Try Their Luck at Week-end Mountaineering, with Map and 42 Illustrations including 31 in Natural Colors
North with Finland’s Lapps: Big in Heart and Hospitality Are the Little People of Lapland, and a Taxi Will Take You to an Arm of the Arctic Ocean, with 35 Illustrations including 25 in Natural Colors
A New Bird Immigrant Arrives: First in History to Settle in Mainland North American Without Known Human Aid, the Cattle Egret of the Old World Suddenly Appears in Several States, with 9 Illustrations
Norway; Northern Europe; alaskan bears; Colorado; Lapland Finland; cattle egrets. Back cover advertisement:        Grace Line Cruises
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National Geographic - July 1954, Vol. 106, No. 1
SPECIAL ISSUE The Conquest of Mt. Everest
Mt. Everest conquest by Hillary; sea exploration by bathyscaphe; the telephone; the post office. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (at the beach)
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National Geographic - June 1954, Vol. 105, No. 6
Eighty Pages of Illustrations in Color
New Rush to Golden California: Vast and Varied, Our Fastest-growing State Reveals Its Wonders to Eastern Descendants of a Gold Rush Pioneer, with 71 Illustrations including 56 in Natural Colors
National Geographic Map Presents California, State of Superlatives, with 1 Illustration
Focusing on the Tournament of Roses: Pasadena’s 64-year-old Festival Ushers in the New Year with a Parade of Spectacular Floats Decked with Two Million Flowers, with 10 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Lure of the Changing Desert (Mojave Desert, California), with 12 Illustrations
The Fabulous Sierra Nevada: Millions Each Year Find Challenge, Adventure, and Self-renewal in California’s Magical Mountains, Highest in the States, with 13 Illustrations including 11 in Natural Colors
Sierra High Trip: Hikers Follow Flowery Trails in an Unspoiled Wilderness and Climb Over Snow and Rock to Mount Whitney’s Skyscraping Summit, with 22 Illustrations including 18 in Natural Colors
Twelve National Geographic Society Scientific Projects Under Way . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (boy and car)
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National Geographic - May 1954, Vol. 105, No. 5
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Honolulu, Mid-Ocean Capital: Oriental and Western Ways Blend Harmoniously in Hawaii’s Metropolis, Center of Industry, Bastion of Defense, and Tropic Playground, with Map and 42 Illustrations including 37 in Natural Colors
The Goats of Thunder Hill: Forsaking City Streets for a Rural New York Retreat, Four Women Brave the Complications of a Cowless Dairy Farm, with 15 Illustrations
Rhododendron Glories of Southwest Scotland: Admiral Sir Frederick Dalrymple-Hamilton, of Bismarck Battle Fame, Plays Host on a Tour of Floral Displays from Many Lands, with Map and 21 Illustrations including 17 in Natural Colors
War and Quiet on the Laos Frontier: Everyday Life Goes On Unchanged Within Earshot of the Guns as French-led Forces Battle Reds in Indochina, with Map and 14 Illustrations
Split Seconds in the Lives of Birds: Color Film and High-speed Flash Stop Whirring Wings and Show Details Too Fast for Human Eyes to See, with 32 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors
We Captured a Live Brontosaur: Ancient Footprints in Texas Rock Bring to Life a Grim Prehistoric Drama and Help Answer a Tantalizing Scientific Riddle, with Map and 11 Illustrations
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National Geographic - April 1954, Vol. 105, No. 4
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Roving Maryland’s Cavalier Country: A Modern Pilgrim Savors the Free State’s Past in Stately Homes Along the Tidewater Reaches of Chesapeake Bay, with Map and 35 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
Sugar Weather in the Green Mountains: Maple Sap Runs with Springtime’s Warmth, Syrup and Sugar Bring Welcome Dollars to Vermont Farmers, with 14 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors
Troubled Waters East of Suez: Our Navy Keeps Watch in the Strategic Middle East, Which Holds Two-thirds the World’s Oil and a Quarter of Its People, with Map and 38 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors
Seeing Birds as Real Personalities: Songsters Reveal Fascinating Traits to a Canadian Bird Lover, with 1 Illustration
Bluebirds on the Wing in Color: 16 Kodachromes by Bernard Corby and H. R. Ivor
Ischia, Island of the Unexpected: Capri’s Next-door Neighbor Offers Warm Italian Hospitality, Natural Charm, and Baby Octopus Sandwiches, with Map and 18 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors
Honey-Guide: The Bird that Eats Wax: This Feathered African Entices Man and Animal to Raid Bees’ Nests Waits While They Steal Honey, Then Dines on the Comb, with 8 Illustrations including 4 Paintings in Natural Colors by Walter A. Weber
Coal Makes the Saar a Prize (Saar Valley): Belching Chimneys Write a Record of Prosperity in the Sky Above This Rich Valley Between France and Germany, with Map and 15 Illustrations
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National Geographic - March 1954, Vol. 105, No. 3
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
The Greener Fields of Georgia: Dixie’s Empire State Turns Cotton Land to Pasture, Makes News with Pine, and Multiplies Its Industries, with Map and 41 Illustrations including 31 in Natural Colors
Jamaica, Hub of the Caribbean: Once a Haunt of Buccaneers, This Ever-Summer Isle Lures Vacationists and Prospers from Newly Exploited Aluminum Ore, with 27 Illustrations including 20 in Natural Colors
Shooting Rapids in Dinosaur Country (Yampa River, Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado-Utah): Daring River Rats Ride White Water Through Western Cliff Lands Where Now-extinct Reptiles Met a Mysterious End, with Map and 22 Illustrations including 14 in Natural Colors
Night Life in the Gulf Stream: A Marine Pied Piper Lures Queer Creatures with a Light Bulb in Nocturnal Studies of Humble Dwellers in Warm Seas, with 35 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors
Lifelike Man Preserved 2000 Years in Peat: A Danish Bog Yields Remains of a Human Sacrifice That Helps Reconstruct the Life of Europe’s Ancient Tribes, with 13 Illustrations
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National Geographic - February 1954, Vol. 105, No. 2
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Life in the Land of the Basques: A Proud People of Unknown Origin Clings to Its Unique Language and Traditional Way of Life in the Western Pyrenees (France-Spain), with Map and 32 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Washington Lives Again at Valley Forge: Memories of His Ragged Heroes Longer in the Pennsylvania Park Where Bloodstained Snow Marked the Path to Freedom, with Map and 15 Illustrations including 14 in Natural Colors
Bermuda, Cradled in Warm Seas: With Her Beaches Soft and Pink, Britain’s Oldest Crown Colony Teaches Thousands of Visitors a Lesson in Serenity, with Map and 30 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors
Hong Kong Hangs On: Britain’s Fabulous Crown Colony on the South China Coast Faces an Uncertain Future with Boundless Energy and Quiet Confidence, with Map and 25 Illustrations including 16 in Natural Colors
Scotland’s Golden Eagles at Home: Climbing Perilous Cliffs to Lofty Eyries, a Naturalist Photographs Intimate Family Life of These Monarchs of the Air, with 12 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (soda fountain)
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National Geographic - January 1954, Vol. 105, No. 1
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Fish Men Discover a 2200-year-old Greek Ship, by Capt. Jacques-Yves Cousteau, with Map-diagram and 43 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
Amid the Mighty Walls of Zion: Explorer-Vacationists Penetrate the Fantastic Narrows of Utah’s Virgin River, Heart of Zion National Park’s Many-hued Wonderland, with Map and 27 Illustrations including 25 in Natural Colors
Man’s New Servant, the Friendly Atom: Tamed Atomic Energy Fights Disease, Helps Factories and Farmers, and May Become an Important New Source of Industrial Power, with 16 Illustrations
Westminster, World Series of Dogdom: Every Year Since 1877, Canine Aristocrats Have Won Honors, and Even Once a Pearl-handled Revolver, in the Nation’s Premier Dog Show, with 32 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
The Explosive Birth of Myojin Island (Photo essay of the emergence of a volcanic island, located 250 miles south of Tokyo; Myojin Island, North Pacific Ocean), with Map and 16 Illustrations
Cliff Dwellers of the Bering Sea: Teaching ABC’s to Eskimo Youngsters on Alaska’s Lonely King Island Is a Heartwarming Experience for an American Couple, with Map and 15 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors
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National Geographic - December 1953, Vol. 104, No. 6
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Aviation Looks Ahead on Its 50th Birthday: Now a Billion-dollar Business, Airlines Plan Jet Transports, Fast Freighters, and Downtown Helicopter Ports, with 14 Illustrations including 9 in Natural Colors
Fifty Years of Flight: 31 Historic Photographs
Fact Finding for Tomorrow’s Planes: A Little Fan-in-a-box Wind Tunnel Made Possible the Wrights’ First Flight; Now Screaming Supersonic Winds Test Weird Shapes of Aeronautical Things to Come, with 33 Illustrations including 31 in Color
Illinois, Healthy Heart of the Nation: All America Mingles in the Prairie State, Industrial and Farming Titan Rich in Coal, Oil, and Mighty Chicago, with 36 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
New National Geographic Map Presents the Busy, Historic Great Lakes Region
Ontario, Pivot of Canada’s Power: Cities Burgeon, Pastures Sprout Factories, Forests and Mines Give Up Their Wealth in the Great Midland Province, with 29 Illustrations including 20 in Natural Colors
Jericho Gives Up Its Secrets: Beneath a House in Earth’s Most Ancient Town, Scientists Discover a Family Group of 7,000-year-old Portraits, with 20 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors
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National Geographic - November 1953, Vol. 104, No. 5
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Fishing in the Whirlpool of Charybdis: A Scientist Harvests Weird Creatures Tossed Up from the Depths by Churning Waters in the Storied Strait of Messina (Mediterranean Sea, Italy-Sicily), with Map and 46 Illustrations including 38 in Natural Colors
Cruising Japan’s Inland Sea: Voyaging Americans Brave Whirlpools and Tide Rips to Explore the Secluded Beauty of an Island World, with Map and 31 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors
Mount Vernon (Virginia) Lives On: A Century of Patriotic Labor Has Restored George Washington’s Old Home as He and Martha Knew It, with 28 Illustrations including 15 in Natural Colors
Native’s Return to Norway: An Old World Town Takes Back to Its Heart an Emigrant Son, Home After a Quarter Century to Visit Family and Haunts of Youth, with 8 Illustrations
Crete, Cradle of Western Civilization: With United States Help, Hard-working Cretans Have Erased War’s Scars from their Historic Bomb-rocked Island, with Map and 14 Illustrations including 11 in Natural Colors
We Lived in Turbulent Tehran: An American Quaker Educator’s Wife Tells of Housekeeping for Two Years in the Colorful, Strife-torn Capital of Iran, with Map and 11 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1953, Vol. 104, No. 4
Seventy-two Pages of Illustrations in Color
Carlsbad Caverns in Color: Man-made Light, Outshining the Sun, Reveals a Fairyland Made World-famous by the National Geographic Society, with Map and 33 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors
We Followed Peary to the Pole (President and Secretary of National Geographic Society made a return visit 44 years after Cmdr. Robert E. Perry and his party reached the North Pole on April 6, 1909), by Gilbert Grosvenor and Thomas W. McKnew, with Map and 13 Illustrations
At World’s End in Hunza: This Strange Shangri-La Near the Himalayas Has Few Laws or Taxes and No Army; Bridegrooms Take Mother on the Honeymoon (Hunza district, Jammu and Kashmir, a small state near the Himalaya strategically located near Afghanistan, China, and India), with Map and 31 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors
Shetland and Orkney, Britain’s Far North: Change Comes Slowly to These Outpost Isles, Where Viking Ways Survive and Near-by Scotland Still Seems a Bit Foreign, with Map and 14 Illustrations
Our Navy in the Far East, with 40 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors
National Geographic Map Presents the Troubled Face of East Asia
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National Geographic - September 1953, Vol. 104, No. 3
SPECIAL ISSUE Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II
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National Geographic - August 1953, Vol. 104, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Safari Through Changing Africa, by Elsie May Bell Grosvenor, with 3 Maps and 41 Illustrations including 34 in Natural Colors
Beltsville Brings Science to the Farm (U.S. Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland), with 18 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors
Mount McKinley Conquered by New Route: Landing by Plane on a Glacier, Climbers Pioneer a Western Approach to North America’s Loftiest Peak, with 2 Maps and 18 Illustrations
Wildlife of Mount McKinley National Park: Predators and Their Prey Live Unmolested by Man in Alaska’s Arctic Refuge, 3,000 Square Miles of Spectacular Wilderness, with 20 Illustrations including 16 Paintings in Natural Colors by Walter A. Weber
Hunting Prehistory in Panama Jungles: Tracing Lost Indian Civilizations, an Archeologist and His Wife Narrowly Escape Disaster on the Isthmus’ Wild North Coast, with Map and 19 Illustrations including 13 in Natural Colors .Back cover advertisement:        Grace Line Cruises
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National Geographic - July 1953, Vol. 104, No. 1
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
From America to Mecca on Airborne Pilgrimage: A Moslem Student at Harvard Business School Records Islam’s Sacred Rites in Color in the Interest of World Understanding, with Map and 60 Illustrations including 47 in Natural Colors, by Abdul Ghafur Sheikh
The Ape with Friends in Washington (Bimbo, a pet gibbon from Thailand, acquired by National Zoo in Washington, D.C.), with 13 Illustrations
Gloucester (Massachusetts) Blesses Its Portuguese Fleet: With Prayer and Pageantry, Venturesome Deepwater Fishermen Ask the Protection of Our Lady of Good Voyage, with 8 Illustrations in Natural Colors
The Yankee Sailor Who Opened Japan: Commodore (Matthew Galbraith) Perry and His Black Ships Changed the Course of History by Ending Japan’s Seclusion a Century Ago This Month, with Map and 14 Illustrations
Climbing Our (Pacific) Northwest Glaciers (Mount Rainier, Washington), with Map and 14 Illustrations
Dublin’s Historic Horse Show: Horse Lovers on Both Sides of the Atlantic Hail This Annual Event on Ireland’s Green Old Sod, with 19 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Rip Van Winkle of the Underground: North America’s Much Misunderstood Insect, the Periodical Cicada, Emerges After 17 Years in the Earth for a Fling in the Sun, with 17 Illustrations
Current Scientific Projects of the National Geographic Society, with 1 Illustration. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (rancher)
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National Geographic - June 1953, Vol. 103, No. 6
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Following the Trail of Lewis and Clark: In a Station Wagon Loaded to the Axles, an American Family Traces the Nation’s Oldest Path to the Pacific, with 43 Illustrations including 31 in Natural Colors
New National Geographic Map Marks 150th Anniversary of Louisiana Purchase, with 2 Illustrations
Eight Maps of Discovery, including 6 in Color, and 2 in Black and White
London’s Zoo of Zoos: Nature-loving Londoners Make Pets of the Animals at Regent’s Park, 125-year-old Zoo, and Its Country Branch, Whipsnade, with 17 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors
Stately Homes of Old Virginia: James River Plantations, Now Busy Working Farms, Link the Nation’s Past to the Living Present, with 11 Illustrations including 8 in Natural Colors
Founders of New England: Centuries after the Pilgrims and Puritans, an Englishman Seeks Forgotten Shrines in His Homeland and Theirs, with 37 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors
Nevada Learns to Live with the Atom: While Blasts Teach Civilians and Soldiers Survival in Atomic War, the Sagebrush State Takes the Spectacular Tests in Stride, with 12 Illustrations. The map supplement (HISTORICAL MAP OF THE UNITED STATES) IS NOT included with this magazine.
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National Geographic - May 1953, Vol. 103, No. 5 
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Air Force School for Survival: High in the Sierra Nevada, Airmen Who May Be Forced Down Learn How to Stay Alive Until Rescued, with 53 Illustrations including 46 in Natural Colors
American Wild Flower Odyssey: A Lifetime’s Search Cover Deserts, Mountains, and Lowlands; Prizes Range from Maine Orchids to Texas Cacti, with 40 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
The GI and the Kids of Korea: America’s Fighting Men Share Their Food, Clothing, and Shelter with Children of a War-torn Land, with Map and 31 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors
India’s Sculptured Temple Caves (Cliffs of Ajanta and Ellora, in the Indian state of Hyderabad), with 13 Illustrations
Macau, a Hole in the Bamboo Curtain, with Map and 9 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Silkworms in England Spin for the Queen: In a 15th-century Castle, Thousands of Pampered Larvae Make Silk for Elizabeth’s Coronation Robe, with 20 Illustrations
Burr Prizes Awarded to Dr. Edgerton and Dr. Van Biesbroeck, with 2 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - April 1953, Vol. 103, No. 4
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
New Guinea’s Rare Birds and Stone Age Men: Filming Exotic Birds of Paradise and Living with Primitive Tribes, an Ornithologist Scores Important New Firsts, with 91 Extraordinary Illustrations including 77 in Natural Colors
Three Months on an Arctic Ice Island (Fletcher’s Ice Island): Floating on a Glacial Fragment, U.S. Air Force Scientists Probe Top-of-the-World Mysteries Within 100 Miles of the Pole, with Map and 16 Illustrations
Eyes on the China Coast (between mainland China and Formosa, or Taiwan), with Map and 8 Illustrations
Washington’s Historic Georgetown: A Proud Colonial Port, Made Part of Young American’s New Capital, Refused to Be Abolished and Now Sees Its Old Identity Restored, with 26 Illustrations including 17 in Natural Colors
Report from the Locust Wars: From Africa to India Men Fight an Ancient Enemy with American Aid; the Authors Describe Operations in Iraq’s Vast Desert, with 18 Illustrations
The Society’s Hubbard Medal Awarded to Commander MacMillan, with 2 Illustrations
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National Geographic - March 1953, Vol. 103, No. 3
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
South Carolina Rediscovered: A Native Son Finds Spectacular Changes in the Moonlight and Magnolia State, Scene of a Huge H-Bomb Project, with Map and 37 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
Experiment in International Living: American College Students, Mexicans for a Summer, Become Members of Households in Colonial Guanajuato (Mexico), with 31 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors
On the Winds of Dodecanese: Sailing the Aegean in a Sturdy Caique, the Authors Find Adventure and Hospitality in Storied Isles of Greece, with Map and 37 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
Probing Ice Caves of the Pyrenees (France-Spain border): Daring French Speleologists, Exploring Frozen Underground Rivers at 10,000 Feet, Find Danger, Silence, and Strange Beauty, with 16 Illustrations
Br’er Possum (Opossum), Hermit of the Lowlands: North America’s Only Pouched Mammal, Slow-moving Survivor of an Ancient Order, Leads a Relaxed, Solitary Life, with 15 Illustrations
National Geographic Map Shows Neighbor Lands South of the Border . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - February 1953, Vol. 103, No. 2 
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
New Orleans, Jambalaya on the Levee: Flowing Oil and Booming Trade Give New Orleans Prosperity; Creoles Add the Spice, the Sparkle, and the Mardi Gras, with 38 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
Malaya Meets Its Emergency (Malaysia): Embattled British and Malays Fight Red Terrorist Guerrillas, but Keep Vital Rubber and Tin Moving to the Free World, with Map and 42 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Vezelay, Hill of the Pilgrims: A Quiet French Town Lives Tranquilly in the Shadow of the Church Where Medieval Christians Once Watched for Miracles, with Map and 19 Illustrations including 13 in Natural Colors
South in the Sudan: Spear-throwing, 6-foot Warriors in Africa’s Remote Heartland Have Been Little Changed by Civilization’s Slow Advance, with Map and 25 Illustrations including 14 in Natural Colors
Poorwill (Bird) Sleeps Away the Winter: The Author, a Biologist, Finds in a Rocky California Gorge the First Conclusive Evidence of a Hibernating Bird (cousin of the eastern U.S. whip-poor-will), with 10 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement: Coca-Cola (USMC woman)
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National Geographic - January 1953, Vol. 103, No. 1
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Across the Potomac from Washington: Growing Pains Afflict Arlington County and Alexandria as the Nation’s Capital Overflows into Near-by Virginia, with Map and 23 Illustrations including 14 in Natural Colors
Happy-Go-Lucky Trinidad and Tobago: Britain’s Caribbean Colony, Busy Source of Oil, Sugar, and Cacao, Fins Time for Calypsoes and Cricket, with Map and 40 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
Exotic Birds in Manhattan’s Bowery: Rare Specimens from Remote Places, Destined for Zoos and Aviaries, Flash Their Colors in a New York Distribution Center, with 30 Illustrations including 25 in Natural Colors
Trailing Cosmic Rays in Canada’s North: 20 Miles Aloft over Hudson Bay, Scientists Find Clues to Origin of High-speed Atomic Particles That Bombard Earth, with Map and 14 Illustrations
Tropical Gardens of Key West, with 13 Illustrations in Natural Colors
First Photographs of Planets and Moon Taken with Palomar’s 200-inch Telescope, with 6 Illustrations
From Spear to Hoe on Groote Eylandt: At a Lonely Outpost of Stone Age Arnhem Land, Once-nomadic Australian Aborigines Settle Down to Farm Life, with Map and 9 Illustrations
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National Geographic - December 1952, Vol. 102, No. 6
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Bhutan, Land of the Thunder Dragon, with Map and 38 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
La Jolla, a Gem of the California Coast: To Its 10,000 Inhabitants and Myriads of Visitors, This Sunny Corner of the Golden State Is Paradise on the Pacific, with 25 Illustrations including 18 in Natural Colors
Boom Time in Kuwait: An Obscure Persian Gulf Sheikdom, Enriched by Oil, Uses Its Wealth to Improve the Lot of All Its People, with Map and 18 Illustrations including 11 in Natural Colors
New National Geographic Map of the Pacific, Where East and West Meet, with 1 Illustration
Grass-skirted Yap: War Made Uncle Sam Foster Parent to These Far Pacific Islanders, Who Prize Old Ways, Taboos, and Huge Disks of Stone Money, with 27 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors
Pilgrims Follow the Christmas Star (Followers of three different religions learning to live together in the Holy Land, in the days before Christmas, as Israel and Jordan cease their hostilities), with 11 Illustrations
Hashemite Jordan, Arab Heartland: Old and New Ways Meet and Mingle in the Modern Moslem Nation Which Contains Some of Christianity’s Most Sacred Shrines, with Map and 11 Illustrations
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National Geographic - November 1952, Vol. 102, No. 5
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
From Sagebrush to Roses on the Columbia (Columbia River Basin irrigation project turns desert in to farmland: Oregon, Washington), with Map and 32 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors
Our Navy’s Long Submarine Arm: Snorkel-equipped Prowlers Bring a New Era, and the Atomic Sub Now Being Built Promises a Far Greater Undersea Revolution, with 26 Illustrations including 13 in Natural Colors
Pakistan, New Nation in an Old Land: Carved out of Ancient India, the World’s Most Populous Moslem Country Celebrates Its First Five Busy Years, with Map and 36 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Marineland, Florida’s Giant Fish Bowl, with 20 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors
The Jungle Was My Home: To a Lone Adventurer Hunting Jaguars with a Spear, the Years Bring a North American Wife and a Jungle-reared Family (Mato Grasso, Brazil), with Map and 16 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1952, Vol. 102, No. 4 
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Fish Men Explore a New World Undersea, with Map and 51 Illustrations including 37 in Natural Colors, by Jacques-Yves Cousteau
Pack Trip Through the Smokies: You Can Ride Part Way into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, But in the Wilderness You Must Leave Your Horse and Go on Foot, with Map and 28 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors
Pennsylvania Dutch Folk Festival: Visitors by Thousands Flock to Kutztown, Pennsylvania, Each Year for a Sample of Dutch Culture, and a Taste of Shoo-fly Pie, with Map and 17 Illustrations including 14 in Natural Colors
Lost Kingdom in Indian Mexico: In the Ruins of Their Ancient Civilization the Tarascan Indians Hunt with Spears, Strum Guitars, and Capture Brides, with Map and 25 Illustrations including 18 in Natural Colors
Pilgrimage to Holy Island (Lindisfarne) and the Farnes: Hundreds of Pilgrims Wade Across Oozing North Sea Sands to Visit This Early Center of Christianity in Northern England, with Map and 20 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (USAF lady)
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National Geographic - September 1952, Vol. 102, No. 3
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Indochina Faces the Dragon: France and her Former Protectorates Fight Side by Side to Stem the Menace of Communist Forces in Southeast Asia (Civil war in Indochina: Cambodia-Vietnam), with 40 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Down East Cruise: Nomad Sails Along Maine’s Rocky, Tree-clad Coast, Home of Yankee Lobstermen, Salty Fishermen, and Blue-water Sailors, with Map and 40 Illustrations including 31 in Natural Colors
Jungle Jaunt on Amazon Headwaters: Foaming Rivers Led a Lone White Woman to Remote Clearings Where Primitive Indians Peered at Her in Wonder (Colombia, and Brazil), with Map and 14 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors
Giant Effigies of the Southwest (near Blythe, California), with 1 Illustration
Seeking the Secret of the Giants: A Flying Archeologist Attacks the Mystery of Strange Figures, Visible as a Whole Only from the Air, Outlined on Desert Mesas (Arizona; California; Colorado River and Basin, U.S.-Mexico; Gravel pictographs; Ha-ak Va-ak; Ha-ak Lying Site, Arizona; Ripley, California), with Map and 15 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors
Nature’s Clown, the Penguin, with 26 Illustrations
Far East’s Turmoil Shakes the Globe: National Geographic Society’s New Map Reflects Events That Change This Ancient Land and Bring It Nearer the West
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National Geographic - August 1952, Vol. 102, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
US Capitol, Citadel of Democracy, with 56 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors
High Adventure in the Himalayas (Scottish Mountaineering Club 5-month expedition to the Tibet-Nepal border), with Map and 33 Illustrations including 23 in Natural Colors
Back-yard Monsters in Color: Even in a Great City, the Insect Kingdom Reveals Its Shimmering Hues to a Hunter Armed with Patience and Kodachrome, with 34 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Canada Counts Its Caribou (Photo essay of herd migrating north to the Canadian tundra), with Map and 12 Illustrations
Water for the World’s Growing Needs: Ever Seeking More, Man Makes Better Use of Earth’s Liquid Assets, Fights River Pollution, Even Desalts the Sea, with 18 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:        Grace Line Cruises
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National Geographic - July 1952, Vol. 102, No. 1
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Today on the Delaware (River), Penn’s Glorious River (New York; Pennsylvania; and, New Jersey), with Map and 33 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors
Strange Babies of the Sea: Scientists Are Slowly Solving the Mysteries of Plankton, the Ocean’s Vast Underwater Pasturage, with 13 Illustrations including 8 Paintings by Jacqueline Hutton
North Star Cruises Alaska’s Wild West: Gay-hearted Eskimos Welcome the Annual Supply Ship[ to Lonely U.S. Shores That Face Siberia (Diomede Islands; King Island), with Map and 32 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors
Over the Sea to Scotland’s Skye, with Map and 28 Illustrations including 23 in Natural Colors
Playing 3,000 Gold Courses in Fourteen Lands: Tramping 27,000 Miles of Fairway in 42 Years, a Globe-trotting Businessman Explores the Varied Geography of Golf, by Ralph A. Kennedy, with 17 Illustrations
The Mohawks Scrape the Sky (Mohawk Indians work the high iron as construction workers of New York City’s tallest buildings), with 14 Illustrations
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National Geographic - June 1952, Vol. 101, No. 6
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Roaming the West’s Fantastic Four Corners (Utah; Colorado; Arizona; and, New Mexico), with Map and 33 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors
Where Turk and Russian Meet: An American Newspaperman Reports on Conditions Along the Barbed-Wire Curtain, Turkey’s Remote Soviet Frontier, with 27 Illustrations
Paris, Home Town of the World: All Nationalities Know the Magic of the Siren City of Light, 2,000 Years Old but Young as Spring, with 39 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors
We Dwelt in Kashgai Tents: An Adventurous American Couple Shares Daily Life in Camp and Saddle with Nomad Shepherds of Iran, with 26 Illustrations including 20 in Natural Colors
Graduation by Parachute: For Navy Girls at Lakehurst, New Jersey, Commencement Is a Serious Step, and Long One, with 16 Illustrations
Southwest Asia Again Makes History: New National Geographic Map Shows Where Modern Crises Erupted Among Scenes of Man’s Earliest Civilizations. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (fisherman)
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National Geographic - May 1952, Vol. 101, No. 5 
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
I Sailed with Portugal’s Captains Courageous (450-year tradition of Portuguese fishing boats to the Grand Banks off Newfoundland, Canada), with 2 Maps and 30 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors
The Making of a West Pointer: This Year the United States Military Academy Marks a Century and a Half of Training Men for Leadership, with 25 Illustrations including 17 in Natural Colors
Cyprus, Idyllic Island in a Troubled Sea: Britain’s Eastern Mediterranean Base Has Known the Tramp of Many Armies, but Its Countryside Is Changeless, with Map and 39 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors
Nature’s Tank, the Turtle: This Leisurely Armored Reptile Takes Everything in Its Slow Stride but the Automobile, with 18 Illustrations and 8 Paintings in Natural Colors by Walter A. Weber
Thumbs Up Round the North Sea’s Rim: Northern Europe Shows Its Human Side to Two Girl Hitchhikers Touring Youth Hostels from Sweden to France, with Map and 15 Illustrations
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National Geographic - April 1952, Vol. 101, No. 4
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
New Zealand, Pocket Wonder World, with Map and 41 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors
Hays, Kansas, at the Nation’s Heart: Plains Where Indians, Gun-toting Sheriffs, and Buffalo Roamed Now Shape an Empire of Wheat, Cattle,, and Oil, with Map and 27 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
The Fur Seal Herd Comes of Age: Every Year a Million Mighty Swimmers and Half a Million Young Bring Drama to the Lonely Pribilofs (Pribilof fur seal herd, Pribilof Islands, Alaska, comes back from brink of extinction after treaty between the U.S., Great Britain, Russia, and Japan), with Map and 19 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors
Portsmouth, Britannia’s Sally Port: From King Alfred to the New Queen Elizabeth, British Fleets Have Fared Forth from This Citadel of Sea Power), with Map and 31 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors
Sheep Trek in the French Alps, with Map and 28 Illustrations 
New Zealand; Hays, Kansas; fur seals; Portsmouth, England; sheep of the French Alps.
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National Geographic - March 1952, Vol. 101, No. 3
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Work-hard, Play-hard Michigan, with Map and 40 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors
White Magic in the Belgian Congo: Tribesmen Mine Uranium, Run Machines, Study Modern Medicine as Booming Trade Opens Up the Vast Colony’s Resources, with Map and 41 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors
Barbados, Outrider of the Antilles: For 300 Years Fields of Sugar Cane, Rippling in the Trade Winds, Have Been This Caribbean Island’s Life, with Map and 28 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
Finding an Extinct New Zealand Bird: Rediscovered by a Persevering Doctor, the Flightless, Colorful Takahe, of Wanderer, Struggles to Survive, with Map and 8 Illustrations
Caught in the Assam–Tibet Earthquake: Record Shocks Dammed Rivers, Split Mountains, and Trapped Botanists in Rock-strewn Devastation for Three Months, with Map and 11 Illustrations
North America’s Altered Face
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National Geographic - February 1952, Vol. 101, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Vacation Tour Through Lincoln Land (Kentucky; Indiana; and, Illinois), with Map and 44 Illustrations including 31 in Natural Colors
Man-of-War Fleet Attacks Bimini: Captured Invaders Reveal Their Remarkable Armament in Action for the Color Camera (Massive beaching of Portuguese man-of-war jellyfish in Bimini Islands, Bahamas), with Map and 42 Illustrations including 31 in Natural Colors
Yemen Opens the Door to Progress: American Scientists Visit This Arabian Land at the Invitation of Its King to Improve the Health of His People, with Map and 30 Illustrations, including 20 in Natural Colors
Our Universe Unfolds New Wonders: Multitudes of Heavenly Bodies and Clues to Creation’s Riddles Are Found by the National Geographic-Palomar Sky Survey, with 14 Illustrations
Clove-scented Zanzibar: On a Lush African Island an Arabian Nights City Thrives on Spice and Copra, with Map and 16 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors
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National Geographic - January 1952, Vol. 101, No. 1
SPECIAL ISSUE  National Gallery of Art
Fifty-six Pages of Illustrations in Color
Solving the Riddle of the Chubb Crater (Quebec Province, Canada), with Map and 38 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
America’s Meat on the Hoof: Because Housewives Want Smaller Beef Roasts, Bigger and Leaner Pork Chops, Scientific Breeders Remodel the Steer and Hog, with 18 Illustrations
King Ranch, Cattle Empire in Texas: 26 Natural Color Photographs
Your National Gallery of Art, with 28 Illustrations including 24 Paintings
The Spotlight Swings to Suez (Suez Canal, Egypt), with Map and 8 Illustrations
Our Home-town Planet, Earth: Examining the Iron-hearted Globe, Science Gains New Knowledge of Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Earth’s Birth and Future, with Map and 17 Illustrations
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National Geographic - December 1951, Vol. 100, No. 6 
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Around the World in Eighty Days (6 days by air, the rest meeting people and sight-seeing), with 49 Illustrations including 34 in Natural Colors
Our Narrowing World, with 1 Drawing
Uncle Sam’s House of 1000 Wonders: All Americans Benefit from the National Bureau of Standards, Where Science Has Served the Citizen for 50 Years, with 28 Illustrations including 20 in Natural Colors
Mexico’s Booming Capital (Mexico City), with 43 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors
The Ghosts of Jericho (Holy Land), with 13 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - November 1951, Vol. 100, No. 5
SPECIAL ISSUE Minerals
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
The DAR Story (National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution), with 29 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
Iceland Tapestry, with 31 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Rockhounds Uncover Mineral Beauty, with 34 Illustrations including 28 in Natural Colors
New Guinea’s Paradise of Birds, with 33 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Berlin, Island in a Soviet Sea, with 10 Illustrations and Map . Back cover advertisement:        Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1951, Vol. 100, No. 4
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Journey into Troubled Iran, with 35 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Far North with Captain Mac (Captain Mac sails his 60-ton schooner, Bowdoin, from Boothbay Harbor, Maine, to northern Greenland), with 48 Illustrations including 34 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Duck Hunting with a Color Camera, with 35 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
The Eternal Flame: Millions of Year Old, Natural Gas Now Is a New Servant of Man, with 21 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Hormel Ham
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National Geographic - September 1951, Vol. 100, No. 3
SPECIAL ISSUE - FRUIT
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
North Dakota Comes into Its Own, with 43 Illustrations including 35 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
The National Geographic Society’s New Map of Central Europe
How Fruit Came to America, with 26 Illustrations including 24 Paintings by Else Bostelmann
A Stroll to Venice (Author follows the track of the historic Salt Road from Innsbruck, Austria, through the Dolomites, Italy, to Venice, Italy), with 29 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Folger: Biggest Little Library (Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C.), with 12 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:        Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - August 1951, Vol. 100, No. 2 
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Turkey Paves the Path of Progress, with 49 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors by Maynard Owen Williams; and, with Map
Colorado’s Friendly Topland, with 25 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Dragonflies, Rainbows on the Wing, with 16 Illustrations including 12 in Natural Colors
The Palio of Siena (Horse race in Siena, Italy), with 15 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors
Freezing the Flight of Hummingbirds, with 24 Illustrations in including 17 in Natural Colors
Hunting Musical Game in West Africa (Musical traditions of various peoples of West Africa): 17 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - July 1951, Vol. 100, No. 1
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
France’s Past Lives in Languedoc, with 39 Illustrations including 25 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Wonderland in Longwood Gardens (du Pont estate outside of Wilmington, Delaware), with 22 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
Labrador Canoe Adventure (Canada), with 30 Illustrations including 23 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Spain’s Silkworm Gut: 14 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Versatile Wood Waits on Man, with 14 Illustrations
Idaho Loggers Battle a River: 18 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement:        Hormel Ham
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National Geographic - June 1951, Vol. 99, No. 6
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
A Map Maker Looks at the United States, with 26 Illustrations including 16 in Natural Colors
Occupied Austria, Outpost of Democracy, with 42 Illustrations including 31 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
The Bird’s Year (Exotic and backyard birds: Cardinals; Cowbirds; Warblers; Woodpeckers, with 44 Illustrations from Photographs including 36 in Natural Colors by Arthur A. Allen
Dog Mart Day in Fredericksburg (Virginia), with 22 Illustrations
The National Geographic Society’s New Map
Alaska’s Automatic Lake Drains Itself (Photo essay depicting Alaska’s Lake George which fills and empties with the seasons): 10 Illustrations from Photographs
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National Geographic - May 1951, Vol. 99, No. 5
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Mountains Top Off New England, with 38 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors;; and, with Map
A Journey to Little Tibet (Ladakh region of Kashmir, China-India-Pakistan), with 30 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Flamingos’ Last Stand on Andros Island (Bahamas), with 20 Illustrations including 14 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
I Walked Some Irish Miles, with 20 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Color; and, with Map
Saving Earth’s Oldest Living Things (Giant Sequoias of California), with 17 Illustrations including 11 in Natural Colors
Torchbearers of the Twilight (Fireflies), with 9 Illustrations . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - April 1951, Vol. 99, No. 4
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Growing Pains Beset Puerto Rico, with 35 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Portrait of Indochina, with 30 Illustrations including 21 Paintings by Jean Despujols
Yosemite National Park: 9 Illustrations in Natural Color
Holy Week and the Fair in Sevilla (Spain), with 31 Illustrations including 19 in Natural Colors
Perfume, the Business of Illusion with 21 Illustrations
Alaska’s Russian Frontier: Little Diomede, with 18 Illustrations and Map, Alaska. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (service man)
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National Geographic - March 1951, Vol. 99, No. 3
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Long Island Outgrows the Country, with 47 Illustrations including 34 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Yankee Roams the Orient (Report of the 4th Voyage of the brigantine ship Yankee as it completes the second half of an 18-month around the world trip), with 45 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Africa’s Uncaged Elephants (Photo essay): 14 Illustrations
The Caves of the Thousand Buddhas (Temple Caves, Gansu Province, China), with 36 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors
New National Geographic Map Shows Changes in Asia and Europe . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - February 1951, Vol. 99, No. 2 
SPECIAL ISSUE American Paintings
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Yugoslavia, Between East and West, with 28 Illustrations including 20 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
American Processional: History on Canvas (Corcoran Gallery celebrates 150th Anniversary of the founding of Washington, D.C., with collection of paintings), with 38 Illustrations including 33 Paintings by John and Blanche Leeper
Flags of the United Nations, with 186 Illustrations including 180 Paintings by Elizabeth W. King
Sea Birds of Isla Raza, Baja California (Mexico), with 15 Illustrations including 10 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
With the Nuba Hillmen of Kordofan (Sudan: Baggara people; Korongo people; Nuba people), with 24 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - January 1951, Vol. 99, No. 1 
SPECIAL ISSUE Ancient Mesopotamia
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Republican Indonesia Tries Its Wings, with 43 Illustrations including 32 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Ancient Mesopotamia (Iraq): A Light That Did Not Fail, with 35 Illustrations including 24 Paintings by H. M. Herget; and, with Map
The Merrimack: River of Industry and Romance, with 34 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors; and, with Map . Back cover advertisement:        Hormel Ham
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National Geographic - December 1950, Vol. 98, No. 6
SPECIAL ISSUE Gems
Fifty-six Pages of Illustrations in Color
Home to the Holy Land (Israel), with 41 Illustrations including 31 in Natural Colors; and, with Map, by Maynard Owen Williams
Mid-century Holland Builds Her Future, with 33 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Exploring the World of Gems, with 34 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors
Large-scale Western Europe Map
J.W. Westcott, Postman for the Great Lakes (small boat that delivers letters, telegrams, and top-secret orders to the crews of boats on the Great Lakes), with 15 Illustrations
Darius Carved History on Ageless Rock (Darius the Great, Iran), with 14 Illustrations and Map
Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (Santa Clause)
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National Geographic - November 1950, Vol. 98, No. 5 
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Miami’s Expanding Horizons, with 31 Illustrations including 22 in Natural Colors
Vizcaya: An Italian Palazzo in Miami, with 9 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Baltic Cruise of the Caribbee, with 40 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Here Come the Marines, with 23 Illustrations
We Took the Highroad in Afghanistan, with 36 Illustrations including 24 in Natural Colors; and, with Map . Back cover advertisement:        Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - October 1950, Vol. 98, No. 4 
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Peru, Homeland of the Warlike Inca, with 40 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors
Puya, the Pineapple’s Andean Ancestor, with 18 Illustrations including 13 in Natural Colors
Sky–high Bolivia (Photo essay): 20 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Strife-torn Indochina (Viet Nam; Cambodia; and, Laos), with 13 Illustrations and Map
Seeing the Earth from 80 Miles Up (U.S. Army uses captured German V-2 Rockets to explore Earth’s outer atmosphere and photograph earth from previously unknown perspective), with 22 Illustrations including 16 in Natural Colors; and, with 2 Maps
Lake Sunapee’s Golden Trout (New Hampshire), with 14 Illustrations in Natural Colors
Men Against the Hurricane (U.S. Navy; U.S. Air Force; Joint Hurricane Warning Center, Miami, Florida; Navy Hurricane Weather Central, Miami, Florida; U. S. Weather Bureau), with 20 Illustrations and Map
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National Geographic - September 1950, Vol. 98, No. 3
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Flying in the Blowtorch Era (Jet and Rocket Propulsion), with 49 Illustrations including 30 in Natural Colors
Sea to Lakes on the St. Lawrence (St. Lawrence River, Canada- U.S.: A major shipping channel connecting the Atlantic Ocean and the Great Lakes, as well as French-Canadian communities), with 41 Illustrations including 29 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Delmarva, Gift of the Sea (Chesapeake Peninsula shared by Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia), with 36 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Mapping the Unknown Universe, with 16 Illustrations including 1 in Natural Colors
Modern airplanes; "Delmarva" peninsula (Delaware); St. Lawrence River; Astronomy.
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National Geographic - August 1950, Vol. 98, No. 2
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Windjamming Around New England, with 25 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
A Stroll to London (England), with 30 Illustrations including 27 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Switzerland Guards the Roof of Europe, with 43 Illustrations including 33 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Porcupines, Rambling Pincushions, with 18 Illustrations including 13 in Natural Colors
St. Helena, the Forgotten Island (South Atlantic Ocean), with 12 Illustrations and Map. Back cover advertisement:        Grace Line Cruise
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National Geographic - July 1950, Vol. 98, No. 1
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
You Can’t Miss America by Bus, with 35 Illustrations including 16 Paintings of American Wildlife by Walter A. Weber; and, with Map
Home Life in Paris Today, with 29 Illustrations including 20 in Natural Colors
Down the Susquehanna by Canoe, with 53 Illustrations including 45 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Copra-ship Voyage to Jiji’s Outlying Islands, with 15 Illustrations and Map
The United States by bus; Paris, France; Susquehanna River; Fiji.
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National Geographic - June 1950, Vol. 97, No. 6
SPECIAL ISSUE The Vienna Treasures
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Montana, Shining Mountain Treasureland, with 39 Illustrations including 26 in Natural Colors
The Vienna Treasures and Their Collectors (Austria), with 35 Illustrations including 23 in Natural Colors
Roaming Korea South of the Iron Curtain, with 34 Illustrations including 23 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Lightning in Action, with 21 Illustrations
New Northwest Map Completes the National Geographic Series of the United States . Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (Sports)
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National Geographic - May 1950, Vol. 97, No. 5
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Mr. Jefferson’s Charlottesville, with 49 Illustrations including 37 in Natural Colors
Japan Tries Freedom’s Road, with 42 Illustrations including 35 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
Search for the Scarlet Ibis in Venezuela (rare bird), with 25 Illustrations including 21 in Natural Colors; and, with Map
The Nation’s Library (Library of Congress), with 19 Illustrations
Praying Mantis (Photo essay): 15 Illustrations from Photographs . Back cover advertisement: Sheaffer's Pens
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National Geographic - April 1950, Vol. 97, No. 4
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Speaking of Spain, with 37 Illustrations and Map; and, with 27 Natural Color Photographs
Arizona Sheep Trek, with 23 Illustrations and Map; and, with 16 Natural Color Photographs
Kew: The Commoners’ Royal Garden (Kew Gardens, London, England), with 31 Illustrations; and, with 22 Natural Color Photographs
Voices of the Night (Frogs and Toads): An Explorer with Microphone and Flashlight Finds in Jungle and Roadside Ponds Unexpected Beauty and Interest, with 27 Illustrations from Photographs by Arthur A. Allen, of which 22 are in Natural Colors
Feast Day in Kapingamarangi (Polynesian island Atoll wedding celebration), with 14 Illustrations and Map; and, with 6 Natural Color Photographs
Okinawa (Ryukyu Islands, Japan), Pacific Outpost (Photo essay depicting the process of this little-known island being transformed into a U.S. Air Base): 20 Illustrations from Photographs. Back cover advertisement:        Coca-Cola (coke machine)
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Price: $8 - VG
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Price: $6- VG/G
Price: $4 - G
Price: $4 - G
Price: $4 - G
National Geographic - March 1950, Vol. 97, No. 3
Fifty-six Pages of Illustrations in Color
Literary Landmarks of Massachusetts, with 9 Illustrations; and, with 23 Natural Color Photographs
Britain Tackles the East African Bush, with 10 Illustrations; and, with 32 Natural Color Photographs
Roaming Africa’s Unfenced Zoos, with 6 Illustrations; and, with 23 Natural Color Photographs
Trawling the China Seas (Photo essay of the Ming Lee and her sister ships fishing in the South China Sea): 18 Illustrations from Photographs
The Society’s New Map of Africa
Wildlife in and near the Valley of the Moon (Sonoma Valley, California), with 16 Illustrations. Back cover advertisement:   Sheaffer's Pens
Price: $10 - VG/G Map of Africa IS INCLUDED
Price: $10 - VG/G Map of Africa IS INCLUDED
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Price: $6- G No Map
National Geographic - February 1950, Vol. 97, No. 2
Fifty-six Pages of Illustrations in Color
Formosa (Taiwan): Hot Spot of the East, with 16 Illustrations and Map; and, with 20 Natural Color Photographs
So Much Happens Along the Ohio River, with 13 Illustrations and Map; and, with 20 Natural Color Photographs
Kunming Pilgrimage (Photo essay of Chinese pilgrims hiking to mountaintop temples of Kunming, Yunnan Province, China, in celebration of the lunar New Year): 20 Illustrations from Photographs
Exploring Ancient Panama by Helicopter, with 7 Illustrations and Map; and, with 19 Natural Color Photographs
Strange Courtship of Birds of Paradise (birds with flashy plumage and elaborate courtship dances, native to Papua New Guinea), with 9 Illustrations and Map; and, with 16 Paintings by Walter A. Weber
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Price: $4- G
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National Geographic - January 1950, Vol. 97, No. 1
Sixty-four Pages of Illustrations in Color
Peerless Nepal: A Naturalist’s Paradise, with 8 Illustrations and Map; and, with 30 Natural Color Photographs; and, 1 Painting by Walter A. Weber
From Indian Canoes to Submarines at Key West, with 12 Illustrations and Map; and, with 17 Natural Color Photographs
Shores and Sails in the South Seas (Marquesas Islands, South Pacific Ocean, located about 850 miles northeast of Tahiti), with 9 Illustrations and Map; and, with 17 Natural Color Photographs
New Life for the Loneliest Isle (Tristan Island, located approximately halfway between South Africa and South America in the South Atlantic Ocean), with 2 Illustrations and Map; and, with 13 Natural Color Photographs
El Sangay Fire-breathing Giant of the Andes (largest Andean Volcano located in Ecuador, South America), with 16 Illustrations and Map. Back cover advertisement:        Hormel Ham
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Price: $9 - VG/G
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Price: $6 - G
Price: $6 - G

 

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