National Geographic : 1934 Sep
AreYour Absent Sons and Daughters Members of The Society? IN THE homes of many members of The Society, The National Geographic Magazine has been a fascinating companion and world-traveled tu tor to growing chil dren. Now the youngsters of yesterday are attend ing college, are em ployed in some distant city, or have married and established homes of their own. Membership in The Society is appreciated, and The Magazine enthusiastically greeted as an old friend, by thousands of such young men and women. Would not The Geographic, with its reveal ing pictures, informative articles, and many maps, be a valuable aid to yourson anddaugh terawayat prep school or college? Would it not be as loved by your grandchildren as it was by their fathers and mothers? How eagerly it would be read by the younger mem bers of your family now working in some other town or city! TheSociety is glad to wel come into membership the grown-up children of Geographic families. Members who are parents of sons and daughters may nominate them on the form below. No financial obli gation is involved unless it is desired to make a gift of membership. Members are also invited to use this form in proposing for membership friends, neighbors, and business associates. Each new member helps your Society maintain and extend its world-wide explorations and researches. DETACH HERE NOMINATION FOR MEMBERSHIP Secretary, National Geographic Society, Sixteenth and M Sts. N. W ., Washington, D. C. 1934 I nominate for membership in the National Geographic Society: (1) Name Address (Occupation) . (2) Name Address_ (Occupation) (3) Name Address (Occupation) (9) [Name and addre.r of Nominating Member] DUES Annual membership in U. S., $3.00; abroad, $4.00; Canada, $3.50; life membership, $100. Please make remittances payable to the National Geographic Society. Please remit by check, draft, postal or express order.