National Geographic Magazines 1906 Back Issues. January - December

National Geographic - January 1906, Vol. 17, No. 1

Geographical Exploration., The Florida Keys, The Annual Banquet of the National Geographic Society, A modern Viking. Illustrated, Drifting across the Pole, Some Russian pictures, Geographical literature, Effects of tropical light on White Men, Correspondence, Geographical Squibs, National Geographic Society.

Magazine is complete and in Very Good/Good overall condition. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Front and back covers chipped. Spine has a few minor chips. Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - February 1906, Vol. 17, No. 2

The Panama Canal. By Hon. Theodore P. Shonts, Chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission. Illustrated.  p.55
Transportation Methods in Alaska. By Captain George S. Gibbs, Signal Corps, U.S. Army. Illustrated.  p.69
Winning the West: An Account of the Marvelous Progress of Our Reclamation Survive in Reclaiming the Desert. By C.J. Blanchard, Enhineer, U.S. Reclamation Service. Illustrated.  p.82
Arizona and new Mexico. Illustrated.  p.100
Big Oklahoma.  p.103
The Isle of Pines. Illustrated.  p.105
Surveying the United States. Illustrated.  p.110
What is Known of Alaska. Illustrated.  p.112
A Dictionary of Universal Geography.  p.114
Correspondence.  p.115
National Geographic Society.  p.116

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is clean and free of chips. Interior pages are in very good condition. Ink smudge on the back cover Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - March 1906, Vol. 17, No. 3

Morocco, The Land of the Extreme West, Our Heterogeneous System of Weights and measures.

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is clean and free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - April 1906, Vol. 17, No. 4 - 

Our Plant Immigrants, The Polar Airship

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is chipped. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: $75.00

This reprint magazine is complete and in Excellent overall condition. Spine is excellent. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: $55.00 - THIS REPRINT IS AVAILABLE

 

National Geographic - May 1906, Vol. 17, No. 5

The New British Empire of the Sudan, The "Break-up" of the Yukon, Scenes of Vesuvius and in Naples, The probable Causes of the San Francisco Earthquake, The Record of the Great earthquake written in Washington by the Seismograph of the U.S., The San Francisco Earthquake of April 18 1906.

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is clean and free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - June 1906, Vol. 17, No. 6

Cotidal Lines for the World. With Map, Where the Wind does the Work, The eruption of Mount Vesuvius April 7-8 1906, Illustrations of damage by the California Earthquake, The Diamond Mines of South Africa, The Luray Caverns. Illustrated, Notes on the Panama Canal.

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is slightly chipped at the top. Otherwise it is free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Tipped in Map supplement - "Cotidal Lines for the World" is included. Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - July 1906, Vol. 17, No. 7

Photographing Wild Game with Flashlight and Camera - With a series of 70 Illustrations of Wild Game- Deer, Elk Bull Moose, Raccoon, Porcupine. Wild Cat, Herons, Ducks, Snowy Owl, Pelicans, Birds in flight, etc.
 

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition.  Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - August 1906, Vol. 17, No. 8

Frontispiece- Map of South America
South America Fifty Years Hence. By Charles M. Pepper, Member Permanent Pan-American Railway Co.  p.427
New Peruvian Route to the Plain of the Amazon. By Prof. Solon I. Bailey, Professor of Astronomy, Harvard College. Illustrated.  p.432
From Panama to Patagonia. By Charles M. Pepper. Illustrated.  p.449
The Fertile Pampas of Argentine. By Edward James Cattell.  p.453
The Falls of Iguazu. By Marie Robinson Wright. Illustrated.  p.456
The Gypsy Moth. Illustrated.  p.461
The Shattered Obelisk of Mont Pelee. By Prof. Angelo Heilprin. Illustrated.  p.465
What the Latin-American Republics Think of the Pan-American Conferences.  p.474
Geographic Literature.  p.480

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Map of South America IS included. Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - September 1906, Vol. 17, No. 9

The Deserts of Nevada and the death Valley, Japan, America, and the Orient, The Forests of Canada, The Vast Timber Belts of anada, Animal Wealth of the United states, Cultivation of Marine and Fresh-water Animals in Japan, The Lumber Business of the Government, Geographic Literature.

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - October 1906, Vol. 17, No. 10

CUBA - The Pearl of the Antilles

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition.  Map of Cuba (12x24) IS included. Price: $165.00

 

National Geographic - November 1906, Vol. 17, No. 11 

American Eclipse Expedition, The Buried City of Ceylon, Three Tows of The Spanish Main, Peary's "Farthest North" - Illustrated, Two Great Undertakings.

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is slightly chipped but not missing paper. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Price: SOLD

 

National Geographic - December 1906, Vol. 17, No. 12

Present Conditions in China, The Greatest Hunt in the world, Latin America and Colombia.

Magazine is complete and in Very Good overall condition. Spine is free of chips. Interior pages are in excellent condition. Index and list of illustrations for 1906 bound in.  Price: SOLD

  • GRADING

EX - Essentially unblemished.

VG – Spine intact, clean covers, Pages clean and free of tears, spots or stains.

VG/G - Shows slight cover wear or slight cracking of the spine. Pages clean and free of tears, spots or stains.

G – Shows slight cover wear. Portions of the spine may be chipped off.

 

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