National Geographic : 1947 May
KEYS to SNational Geographic Society Dept. D-N, Washington 6, D. C . .............................. 1947 Please send me items indicated below: * Standard size maps I How Many Copies Desired come on either paper or Paper Linen Indexes linen. *Indexes are avail- Maps Maps able for Maps marked soc each in $i each in 25c each'in with asterisk*. All items U.S . &Poss. U .S . &Poss. U .S . &Poss. present postageprepaid. Elsewhere Elsewhere Elsewhere are sent postage prepaid. 7ceach $125each soceach Africa* Arctic Regions x Asia and Adjacent Areas* Atlantic Ocean x Bible Lands* British Isles x Canada* " China* .... 0 .. Classical Lands of Medit.* x E. & W. Hemispheres x Europe & Mediterranean* x (Boundaries Jan. 1 . 1938.) I Europe and Near East* (Boundaries Sept. 1, 1939.) Europe and Near East x S(Shows partition Poland 1940.) Central Europe & Medit.* | Theater of War in Europe, Africa & Western Asia* Germany & Approaches* India & Burma* Indian Ocean x Japan & Adjacent Regions of Asia & Pacific Ocean* Japan & Korea in detail* Mex., Cen. Am., & W. I .* North America* No. & So. Hemispheres* Pacific & Bay of Bengal* Pacific Ocean* . (With 73 Island Insets.) Philippines* " South America* z Southeast Asia* The World* U.S.S.R. (Russia)* United States-1940* United States-1946* Northeast United States* Northwest United States x x Southeast United States* Southwest United States x * X in columnsaboveindicates item i NOT availale. Paper maps are folded forconvenientfiling. Linenmaps come rolled. Also....copies of Map File( $2.so inU.S.& Poss.: elsewhere, $2.75. How Many Copies Desired ENLARGED MAPS Maps Indexes On Heavy ChartPaper $2eachinU.S.& 25ceachinU.S.& SPoss. Elsewhere Poss. Elsewhere $2.25 50c Bible Lands* United States* The World* No. & So. Hemispheres* SEnlarged Maps are mailed roleatoU. S. and Possessions. Postal regula tions necessitate folding these maps for mailing to all places outside U. S. Sand Possessions. I enclose remittance of $ ................. payable in U. S. funds. SN am e ............................................................................................ Ad d ress ........................................................ ......................... Adrs the NEWS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC !MAPS: IN TEN COLORS a Obtainableonly from he NATIONL GEOGRAPHC SOCIETYDept. D-N Washingto 6,D.(: M APS published by the National Geographic Society cover the world. New maps are con stantly being prepared to show areas in the spotlight of world news. By completing your collection of these accurate maps you can build up at minimum cost a unique map library unsurpassed for timeliness and reference value! Because The Society's spelling is followed by major press associations, all place names in today's news are easily found on these legible ten-color charts. Map Indexes: Available for maps marked with an asterisk (*) in the adjoining order blank; make easy the location of names on corresponding maps and describe the areas covered. Map -File: This handy 7% x 10%-inch file, bound like a book, preserves maps for instant use. Ten pockets can hold 20 folded paper maps of . s andard sizes or 10 olded paper maps with Indexes. Enlarged Maps Bible Lands-642%" x 44/2": Bible and classical students and teachers will welcome this ten color enlargement of the timely map issued with the December, 1946, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE. This legible map shows principal railroads, oil pipe lines, roads, ancient sites, 248 historical notes and references, 3,779 place names. Insets feature the Holy Land today and in Biblical times, Jerusalem, Crusades, routes of the Exodus and of Saint Paul. United States-67" x 43% 2 ": A superb ten-color enlargementof The Society's 1946 U. S. map. This companion to the World Map listed below shows main highways, national parks and monu ments, large dams and the reservoirs they create, canals, elevations, 10,750 place names. Special inset features Canadian Provinces east of Maine. The World- 67" x 43%": Using Van der Grinten's projection, this enlarged ten-color map portrays the earth in one unified picture. Insets feature polar regions, spread of 1st and 2nd World Wars. Shows main railroads, time zones, 4,874 place names, elevations and depths, international boundaries as of Sept. 1, 1939. No. & So. Hemispheres-67" x 35%": Visualizes short cuts by air across polar regions. Air line tables give 924 great-circle distances. Insets show time zones, deserts, farmland, forests, arctic tundra, etc. 4,262 place names. A useful, ten-colorenlargement. Prices: Please refer to coupon for separate prices in "U. S. & Poss." and "Elsewhere." Remittances should be payable in U. S. Funds. All items sent postage prepaid.