The National Geographic Magazine, Volume CXI, Number Three (March, 1957)

Soft Cover, Washington: National Geographic Society, 1957. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Ten-Color Supplement Map, The World, is present and folded in volume. Square, tight binding. Wraps are yellow and white with general soiling and light shelf wear. Pages clean, bright. Contents: Bowie and Sisson, "MATS: America's Long Arm of the Air"; Shor and Taylor, "Paris Flea Market: Bargain-hunter's Paradise"; Simpich and Bristol, "Changing Formosa, Green Island of Refuge"; Bumstead, "Children's Art Around the World"; Talbot, "Stalking the Great Indian Rhino"; Wentzel, "History Awakens at Harpers Ferry"; "The National Geographic Society's Newest Map"; "John Oliver La Gorce Vice-Chairman of Board, Melville Bell Grosvenor New President-Editor"; Sisson, "Freedom Flight from Hungary."; 10.0" tall.

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