National Geographic : 1942 Mar
Star Phnotograpner Wlliara K.uuIver Mapping History in the Making-A Corner of the Cartographic Section of the National Geographic Society With the entire world now a theater of war, thousands of National Geographic Society maps are in daily use in the State, War, and Navy Departments, ships at sea, and far-flung military posts. Foreign governments also order many through their embassies in Washington. Fourwall-size maps ofvital areas, each intencolors, were produced as supplements to the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE in 1941 and distributed to The Society's 1,165,000 member families. Inaddition, nearly two score local-area and large-scale detail maps were drawn for the pages of The Magazine, and many more were prepared fornewspaper and school use.