National Geographic : 1934 Mar
.... AND THEY SPENT MONTHS IN RESEARCH, READING, CHECKING DATA, PERUSING OFFICIAL BOOKS ON HISTORY AND GEOGRAPHY........ THAT was the first step in preparing the recent United States map published by the National Geographic Society. PAINSTAKING effort and research, as well as exploration and high adventure, mark the editorial background of each issue of the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. WORLD geography?-Climbing highest peaks . . . Seeking new "deeps" . . . Re vealing the ever changing phases of life and customs of the day . . . Unearthing age old traces of ancient, crumbled civiliza tions. BY accurate word and striking illustra tion, the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE permanently records the geography of the earth on which we live. ONLY the interest and active support of the members of the National Geographic Society have made possible this progress in the field of education during the past forty-six years. EACH new member permits greater ex pansion of the Society's programs, and re sults each month in an increasingly better magazine for the millions of interested readers. WILL you insure your Society's con tinued progress in 1934 by securing at least one new member? DETACH HERE Nomination for Miembership To the Secretary, National Geographic Society, 1934. Sixteenth and M Streets Northwest, Washington, D. C.: I nominate for membership in the National Geographic Society: (1) NAME ADDRESS (2) NAME ADDRESS (3) NAME ADDRESS____ 3) ( Name and address of Nominating MemberI 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 So ciety. Please remit by check, draft, postal or express order.