Subscribers of National Geographic have anticipated each issue almost from its first publication in 1888. Known for their reporting of important news, discoveries of the world and beyond, scattered with feature stories from exotic locations and unquestionably top of the line photographs, readers treasured them and saved them. Stacked in piles. Tied in bundles. They were true encyclopedias of history in action. Eventually they were moved to the attic, where this batch of nearly five years of magazines was recently discovered. Offered here is 11 issues from 1967 with three supplemental maps. Articles include: behind the headlines in Viet Nam, Alaska’s rivers of ice; Siberia, the French Riviera, Lake Powell in Utah, a journey into the living world of the Bible, New South Wales, sailing on the Sahara, and oystermen of the Chesapeake Bay. And you must see the advertisements including the latest cars. You won’t need to go the library for a while. This set offers hours of fun and educational reading. May is the only missing issue. Collection weighs 9 pounds.