The Cunarder: A Travel Magazine - February 1927
The February 1927 issue of The Cunarder featured articles included: The Call of the Riviera—By Estelle H. Ries; Palermo, Where All is Picturesque—By Ellen H. Ried; Algiers—By Wm. K. Boland and Traveling in Winter—By Helen Nicholson. Front cover featured Algiers in 1572 from Contemporary Map by Braun-Hohenber.
On the Front Cover: Algiers in 1572 from Contemporary Map by Braun-Hohenber.
AN ILLUSTRATED TRAVEL JOURNAL
Vol. 11 FEBRUARY, 1927 No. 2
The Native Quarter, Algiers
The Narrow twisted streets, with their mysterious houses, provide a vivid contrast for the balmy sweetnes of the air in Algiers, and for the brilliance of the fashionable French quarter.
- The Call of the Riviera
By Estelle H. Ries
The climate, luminous and balmy, is one of the fundamental advantages of wintering in the Riviera, a fact that has made the Mediterranean shore for centuries the home of pleasure.
- Palermo, Where All is Picturesque
By Ellen H. Ried
With no small interest did I approach Palermo, one of the oldest and most beautiful of the many old and beautiful Mediterranean ports.
By Wm. K. Boland
The sun is but one of the gifts of Algiers to those people whose sun-worshiping tendencies take them over the seas and far away each winter season.
- On the Riviera
Scenes of Monaco, Grand Corniche, Nice and Eze and the Côte d'Azure.
- Charming Villefranche
By H. A. Phillips
Villefranche, with its harbor like a chalice of bright lapis lazuli, its colony of painters and writers, its picturesque natives, is among the smaller jewls of the Riveria, still unspoiled by the madding throng.
- Traveling in Winter
By Helen Nicholson
To travel when snow and ice are the order of the day at home, to poke among the ruined splendors of dynasties that were hoary with age when Cleopatra was a baby -- that is to make holiday when the sun shines!
- Who’s Who on the Cunarders
Photographs of passengers include: Miss Wally Toscanini; John McCormack and his son Cyril, The Mischa Elmans, Commander J. M. Kenworthy, M.P., Prince Naru Higashi-Kuni, and Fritz Kreisler.
- Royalty, Diplomacy and Genius
Photographs include: The Right Honorable and Mrs. Jos. G. Coates, Prime Minister to New Zealand and Sir Patrick McGrath, High Commissioner of Newfoundland.
- Pictorial Monte Carlo
Photographs include: The facade of the dramtic Casino in Monte Carlo, Gardens at the Casino, and Palace of the Prince of Monaco.
- Shelf of Books
By Ethel Fleming
Books Reviewed: Finding the Worth While in the Orient by L.S. Kirtland; The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson; An Autobiography of Abraham Lincoln, Compiled by N. W. Stephenson (Bibbs Merrill); Pepys Diary; Sea Whispers by W.W. Jacobs; Venice Past and Present, by Selwyn Brinton; and Murder at Smutty Nose by Edmund Pearson.
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