A Letter From The Publisher, Feb. 28, 1949

The other day TIME-LIFE International, publishers of our overseas editions, received a subscription order from a man who gave his address as Andagoya, Colombia. No such place appeared in the traffic manager's atlases, so he asked the airline that flies TIME to Latin America where Andagoya was. The airline couldn't focate it, but promised to investigate. This is the investigator's report:

"Andagoya is a camp belonging to the Frontino Gold Mines, situated amid the jungles at 5° f North and, 77° 32' 30" West or 67 kilometers south of Quibdo at the confluence of...

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