National Geographic : 1942 Feb
GEOGRAPHIC MAPS LARGE, TEN-COLOR MAPS featuring every region involved by war can be found in this comprehensive, up-to-date series of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Wall Maps-authoritative, accurate, highly legible for everyday reference: The World: 41x22 inches; an ideal map to determine quickly the "lay of the land" wherever news happens. Drawn in two hemispheres. Europe and the Near East: 39x34 inches; features all of Europe and large part of Russia; shows oil pipelines, railways, 9,052 place names. United States: 41x261 inches; shows military divi sions, defense data, 8,838 place names. Cities emphasized according to 1940 census figures. Asia: 38%x31 inches; includes all of Russia; 6,500 place names; shows comparative size of cities and other important data. Mexico, Central America, West Indies: 24x41 inches; shows Caribbean defense bases and Panama Canal; 5,600 place names. Africa: 29x31% inches; 7,162 place names; gives railway routes, highways, and other data. South America: 26%x37% inches; shows chief nat ural resources, railways, air lines, etc. *DUES: Annual mem bership in United States. $3; Canada, $4; abroad. $4; life membership. $100. Remittances should be payable to National Geographic Society. Those from outside of continen tal United States and Canada should be made by New York draft or international money order. Atlantic Ocean: 25x31 inches; includes large part of the four continents bordering the Atlantic; shows naval bases, ship routes. Pacific Ocean: 38x31 inches; has 73 insets of islands and harbors; shows reef formations, time zones, ship and airway routes. Indian Ocean: 25%x32% inches; eastern Africa to Australia; insets of Suez, Philippines, Guam, Singapore, Hong Kong, New Zealand. Classical Lands of the Mediterranean: 35% x 26 inches; features 342 localized notes on the history and mythology of Greece and Rome, and covers an area of strategic military significance. Bible Lands and the Cradle of Western Civilization: 25x35 inches; shows modern developments, ancient sites, travels of Biblical characters. Prices: In U. S. and Possessions, 50¢ each on paper-75¢ each on linen; elsewhere, 75¢ on paper-$1 on linen. Indexes available for all maps except "The World," "Atlantic Ocean," and "Indian Ocean": 25¢ each in U. S. and Possessions; elsewhere, 50. Postage is pre paid. Remittances should be payable in U. S. funds. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, Dept. B-K, Washington, D.C. RECOMMENDATION FOR MEMBERSHIP IN THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY * The Membership Dues, Which Are for the Calendar Year, Include Subscription to the National Geographic Magazine PLEASE FILL IN BLANK BELOW, DETACH. AND MAIL TO THE SECRETARY -.- -.-- - -- -- ---.........-....................... 1--- 942 To the Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and M Streets Northwest, Washington, D. C.: I nominate.................. ...... ........ ......... ........ ........ ........ (This information is important for the records) Address.............. .-. . -- -.. .-.. --- ..--- .- ... .. .. ............................ .... for membership in The Society. 2-42 Name and Address of Nominating Member Name and Address of Nominating Member II.1 Occupation................