National Geographic : 1935 Feb
Playing Your Part in Geographic Conquests From throbbing cities and quiet countryside, from steam ing tropical jungles, mountain fastnesses, ocean depths, and stratospheric heights, come the enthralling stories and "talk ing pictures" in your GEOGRAPHIC. As a member of the National Geographic Society you have personally contributed to these horizon-widening expeditions. You have helped to equip explorers, to send staff observers and photographers into far-flung regions, to sponsor natural history research, to finance the work of skilled artists and cartographers. Thus you are helping to increase and diffuse geographical knowledge. Thousands of other people, not as yet members, would also cooperate if they but understood your Society's non-profit making purposes and the benefits of membership. Will you not explain them to your friends? With their support, The Society's educational services can be broadened, new geographic fields conquered, and your Magazine expanded. Nominate your associates on the form below. We shall then give them an opportunity to share the pleasure and satisfac tion that membership gives to you and yours. DETACH HERE 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 Address (Occupation) (2) Name Address (Occupation) (3) Name Address (Occupation) (2) IName and Address of Nominating Member] .D U ES Annual membership in U. S ., $3.00; abroad, $4.00; Canada, S $3.50; life membership, $100. Please make remittances pay able to the National Geographic Society. Please remit by check, draft, postal or express order. The membership fee includes annual subscription to THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE.