National Geographic : 1935 Mar
Your Society,Your Friends, and the Stratosphere You have read in your Feb ruary GEOGRAPHIC the an nouncement of the second National Geographic Society U. S. Army Air Corps Strato sphere Flight. As a member of The Society, you are one of the sponsors of this new scien tific expedition. You have helped to make it possible. Judging by the interest shown in the last year's ascent, thou sands of other progressive per sons desire to be represented in this latest, carefully planned assault upon the frontiers of space. Many of these people are your personal friends. But they are not, as yet, members of your Society. Will you not nominate them for membership? Photograph of Stratosphere Ballon. at 3.()000 Feet By doing so, you will give them an opportunity to have their part in this and the other important exploration projects of The Society, and to derive the same pleasure and benefit that you now enjoy from THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. You assume no financial ob ligation when you propose your friends and acquaint ances for membership, but you are sure to receive a word of keen appreciation from them as well as from your officers. The Society depends on you for necessary membership growth. Use the form below to help increase and diffuse geographic knowledge. TiIAC111 i EK Nomination for Membership 1935 Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and M Streets N. W., Washington, D. C . I nominate for membership in the National Geographic Society: (1) Name__ II Address (2) Name Address (3) Name Address - (Occupation) (Occupation)_ . (Occupation) (3) [ Name and Address of Nominating Member] DUES Annual membership in I. S., $3.00; abroad, $4.00; Canada, $3.50; life membership, $100. Please make remittances payable to the National Geographic So ciety. Please remit by check. draft, postal or express order. The membership fee includes annual subscription to The National Geographic Magazine.