National Geographic : 1934 Jan
To the Members of the NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY EACH member of the National Geographic Society may nominate any number of friends, both men and women, for membership. Nominations involve no financial obligation. The extension of The Society's far-flung, fact-finding expeditions to gather new and in valuable material, the progressive maintenance of the unexcelled pictorial and humanized text interest, the up-to-date, large wall maps and panoramas returned to them in their NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE, as well as The Socie ty's educational services to public schools and the press throughout the Nation, depend upon continuous, conservative membership growth. Many members realizing this avail themselves of their nominating privilege which their friends quickly and cordially appreciate. By such generous member cooperation The Society has been soundly builded and ex panded throughout its forty-six years of ac tivity and service. Your officers bespeak your further aid and particularly request your activity now. The form below may be filled in, detached, and mailed to Washington. ON THE TIBETAN BORDER-FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC DETACH HERE Nomination for Membership To the Secretary, National Geographic Society, 1-1934 Sixteenth and M Streets Northwest, Washington, D. C.: I nominate for membership in the National Geographic Society: (1) NAME I A ADDRESS_______ (3) NAME___ ADDRESS__ _ . . [Name and Address of Nominating Member] Membership Fee Includes Annual Subscription to THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE DUEiS 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.