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Figure BURTON HOLMES 1928 1929 BURTON HOLMES' Film Reels of Travel covering nearly all countries may be had on 16 mm. film for home projectors. Address THE BURTON HOLMES LECTURES 7510 North Ashland Avenue Chicago, Ill. Expert work for the Amateur Movie Maker. Inquiries invited. Catalog on application. BURTON HOLMES FIVE NEW TRAVEL REVUES XXXVI YEAR SEASON 1928-29 GLORIES of MADRID ANDALUSIA and the ALHAMBRA GIBRALTAR to the PYRENEES IRISH FREE STATE SIAM the LAND of CHANG Vividly Illustrated—Color and Motion Direction W. W. WESTCOTT 1819 Broadway, New York Figure THE GLORIES OF MADRID THIS YEAR OF GRACE in the SPANISH CAPITAL Christopher Columbus sailing from Spain discovered America—It is time for Americans to discover Spain—BURTON HOLMES has just returned with his photographic caravels from a memorable voyage of touristic discovery in Spain. One of the most astounding things he found there was the transformed city of Madrid with its glories old and new— Figure ANDALUSIA AND THE ALHAMBRA SEVILLE to GRANADA with halts at CADIZ, CORDOVA, LA RABIDA and RONDA Spain cannot be done on the run—The traveler must take his time—so, too, the traveloguer–BURTON HOLMES rushed through Spain once—years ago—This time he took his time—lots of it—The story of his stay in Andalusia, exquisitely pictured, will prove a delight to eye and ear and understanding— Figure GIBRALTAR TO THE PYRENEES FOUR THOUSAND MEMORABLE MILES BY MOTOR In olden days the Spaniards never spoke of Spain —They spoke of The Spains —There are still many Spains in Spain—each one unique—each with its distinctive cities, towns and villages—So there is no monotony in a Spanish motor journey—every stage of it lies in a contrasting country—BURTON HOLMES has done Spain as it has never yet been done— Figure THE IRISH FREE STATE HAPPY DAYS in the ERIN of TODAY The dreams of the poets and patriots are coming true. The Ireland of Today is not the Ireland that we used to know—BURTON HOLMES long ago pictured the Erin of the Past—now he brings pictures of a happier land. The Lakes of Killarney are more beautiful than ever—The Dublin Horse Show of 1928 was the most successful ever held— Figure SIAM-THE LAND OF CHANG Revealing the COLORFUL ART and CIVILIZATION of an AMAZING COUNTRY That marvelous film called CHANG has put Siam on the popular map. But it illustrated only life in the jungle—BURTON HOLMES now completes the picture with a well-rounded Travelogue that tells of Siamese art and architecture, history and industry, customs and singularities—Modern Siam is one of the great show places of the changing East Figure There is no more varied or interesting summer vacation than the Raymond-Whitcomb North Cape Cruise, followed by a month or so of travel on the Continent Send for the Raymond-Whitcomb booklet— North Cape RAYMOND-WHITCOMB North Cape Cruise Sailing June 26, 1929, on the S.S. Carinthia Within its five weeks, the North Cape Cruise provides a surprising scope of interest. Remote but brightly progressive Iceland; the stark North Cape; the stupendous Fjords of Norway; the typical Scandinavian cities and capitals — Trondhjem, Bergen, Oslo, Stockholm and Copenhagen; and Reval and Helsingfors, representative of the newer northern civilizations in Esthonia and Finland. The rates are $800 and up, including return to America. Individual Travel Service For continental travel after the cruise, our Foreign Individual Service lends itself perfectly. Raymond-Whitcomb will make complete advance arrangements — railway tickets, hotel reservations, steamship accommodations — attending to all the details of the journey. This service is available for the entire accessible world. It is described in our booklets — Guide to European Travel and The New Europe — Motor Travel. A lso Europe Tours Land Cruises — Summer 1929 On the special Raymond-Whitcomb Land Cruise Trains to the scenic regions of North America Round the World Cruise On the finest and fastest liner that has ever made a Cruise Round the World. Write for full particulars Raymond & Whitcomb Company 126 NEWBURY STREET, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS New York, 606 FIFTH AVE. ; New York, 225 FIFTH AVE. ; Boston, 165 TREMONT ST. ; Philadelphia, 1601 WALNUT STREET; Chicago, 176 NORTH MICHIGAN AVE. ; Detroit, 421 BOOK BLDG. ; Los Angeles, 423 WEST FIFTH ST. ; San Francisco, 657 MARKET ST. and 300 agents in 219 cities or any authorized steamship agent Figure For the first time … a Mediterranean Cruise which includes a visit to Carcassonne, that walled hill-town of France which has stood unchanged from the Middle Ages Send for the Booklet … Mediterranean Spring Cruise RAYMOND-WHITCOMB Mediterranean SPRING CRUISE Sailing April 8, 1929, on the S. S. Carinthia This is the only Cruise which visits the Mediterranean in Spring. And Spring in the Mediterranean is the best season of the whole year — a time of settled weather and bright sunlight, new foliage and flowers. Out of the way and picturesque places that are rarely visited by cruises are on the route — Carcassonne; Casablanca, Rabat, and Salé in Morocco; Palma; Malta and Corfu; Ragusa and Cattaro; and Taormina in Sicily. Take it for a Spring holiday — a complete seven weeks' cruise from New York to New York. Or as a novel and interesting voyage to Europe, with visits to no less than 22 foreign cities and extensive programs of sight-seeing on shore. The rates include return passage at any date — $725 and upward. Individual Travel Service Raymond-Whitcomb will help you plan any trip you wish to make, will secure all your steamship and railroad tickets, reserve rooms at hotels, engage automobiles — in short, attend to all the details of the journey. Europe Tours Spring and Summer tours that travel through Europe by a variety of routes. Two series to meet different tastes, with different scales of prices. Mediterranean Summer Cruise Sailing June 19, 1929, on the S. S. Franconia, for the Northern and Western Mediterranean with side trips to Switzerland and Budapest. Raymond & Whitcomb Company 126 NEWBURY STREET, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS New York, 606 FIFTH AVE. ; New York, 225 FIFTH AVE. ; Boston, 165 TREMONT ST. ; Philadelphia, 1601 WALNUT STREET ; Chicago, 176 NORTH MICHIGAN AVE. ; Detroit, 421 BOOK BLDG. ; Los Angeles, 423 WEST FIFTH ST. ; San Francisco, 657 MARKET ST. and 300 agents in 219 cities or any authorized steamship agent BURTON HOLMES in CHICAGO 1929 ORCHESTRA HALL Five Wednesday Evenings Five Friday Evenings Evenings 8:15 Five Saturday Matinees Matinees 2:15 THE GLORIES OF MADRID Feb. 13, 15, 16 ANDALUSIA AND THE ALHAMBRA Feb. 20, 22, 23 GIBRALTAR TO THE PYRENEES Feb. 27, Mar. 1, 2 THE IRISH FREE STATE Mar. 6, 8, 9 SIAM THE LAND OF CHANG Mar. 13, 15, 16 Sale of Course Tickets for Each Course of Five Lectures Opens Monday, February 4, at 9 A.M. and closes Friday, February 8, at 5 P.M. Main Floor Course $6.00 Balcony Course 4.00 Boxes (seating six) Course 36.00 Boxes (single seats) Course 6.00 Tickets for Single Lectures On Sale on and after Monday, February 11 Prices: Main Floor $1.50, Box Seats $1.50, Balcony $1.00 Entire Gallery, unreserved, 50c. (on sale Monday of each week) MAIL ORDERS, accompanied by check, made payable to ORCHESTRA HALL, will receive attention in the order of their receipt in advance of regular sale. Tickets will be mailed if order is accompanied by stamped and self-addressed envelope.
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|Personal Name Subject||Holmes, Burton|
|Digital Collection||Traveling Culture: Circuit Chautauqua in the Twentieth Century|
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