National Geographic : 1937 Jun
SHARE WITH OTHERS THE RICH PLEASURE of Receiving Such Valuable Supplements as Your Society's Illuminated Map of the British Isles and Others to Come WHITE MOUNTAINS PLAYGROUND TO BE SHOWN IN DECORATIVE MAP LLUMINATED with many pictorial drawings in full color, The Society's new Decorative Wall Map of the White Mountains of New England, produced by staff car tographers and artists, will show points of scenic interest, mountain topography, important trails, and all highways. It will measure 17 x 20 inches, and will come to members with The Magazine. ~I .................................. .... Nominations for Membership ....................................... DETACH HERE-OR YOU MAY NOMINATE BY LETTER IF YOU PREFER NOT TO CUT THIS PAGE Secretary, National Geographic Society, 1937 Sixteenth and M Streets, N. W ., Washington, D. C. I nominate for membership in the National Geographic Society: (i) Name DUES: Annual membership in U. S., $3; Canada, $3.50; abroad, $4; life member ship, $oo00. Please make re mittances payable 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. Address (Occupation) (2) Name Address (Occupation) (3) Name Address (Occupation) Name and Address of Nominating Member:. (6-37) This issue of your Magazine brings to you, as a member of the National Geographic Society, a new and distinctive Wall Map of the British Isles. The cartographic masterpiece is an achievement of The Society's map and art studios, which designed and produced it for your travel and reference conveni ence. Displayed in home, office, school, or library, the map will serve useful and decorative purposes, for it combines artistic beauty with informative value. Map of White Mountains with July Issue Continuing the popular series of supplements issued with The Magazine, your Society will publish in July another full-color map with decorative features. Likewise useful to travelers, students, teachers, vaca tionists, it will portray a New England playground and scenic show-region--the White Mountains of New Hampshire and Maine. A brief description of this supplement appears in the adjoining column. A Courtesy Your Friends Will Appreciate Have you ever wondered how your friends might also share in the rich benefits of The Society's edu cational work? You have the privilege of nomi nating them for membership. By doing so now, without any financial obligation, you will give them the opportunity to become 1937 members and thus to enjoy these attractive, special publications and the monthly NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE.