National Geographic : 1947 Jan
MAPS DESIGNED FOR WALL DISPLAY Made available as a service to members by the National Geographic Society. Ideal for Schools, Offices, Libraries, and Homes. BIBLE LANDS-64%"x44%" On the press! 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 enlargement of The Society's 1946 U. S. map. This companion to the World Map listed below shows main highways, national parks and monuments, large dams and the reservoirs they create, canals, elevations, 10,750 place names. Insets feature United Nations' proposed site and Canadian Provinces east of Maine. THE WORLD - 67" x 432" 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, deserts, farmland, arctic tundra, etc. 4,874 place names, elevations and depths. NO. & SO. HEMISPHERES-67"x35%2" Visualizes short cuts by air across polar regions. Airlines tables give 924 great-circle distances. In sets show time zones, deserts, farmland, forests, etc., 4.262 place names. A useful, ten-color enlargement. MAP INDEXES, available for each of these accurate and highly legible maps, make easy the location of place names. Each index contains alphabetical listings and location keys of all names on the corresponding map and a description of the area covered. Heavyweight paper cover, 7" x 10". PRICES-In U. S. and Poss.: Maps $2 each; Indexes 25c each. Elsewhere: Maps, $2.25 each; Indexes, 50c each. Post paid. Available only from the National Geographic Society. SNational Geographic Society * Dept. D-J, Washington 6, D. C. ....... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... 1947 Please send me items indicated below: How Many Copies Desired Titles of Maps Indexes ENLARGED MAPS $2eachinU.S.& 25ceachinU.S.& Poss. Elsewhere Poss. Elsewhere $2.25 50c Bible Lands United States The World No. & So. Hemispheres Enlarged Maps are mailed rolled to U. S. and Possessions except the Hawaiian Islands. Postal regulations necessitate folding these maps for mailing to Hawaiian Islands and all places outside U. S. and Possessions. I enclose remittance of $................payable in U. S. funds. (WRITE NAME AND ADDRESS IN MARGIN BELOW) - The uppers are waterproof elk ... for greater hunting, fishing and general outdoor utility. That's the only difference between these boots and the famous rugged and comfortable Paratrooper Jump Boots, made by Corcoran during the war. --- r - All sizes All widths 4- 1334 AA.EEE No other boot gives you all these EXCEPTIONAL FEATURES SMade of soft, pliable elk with extra heavy olwaterproofi. h ,ht gives proper support. l'ui ~ on's. " Full " ncn . . wal g comfort. " Balancedconstruction gives ideal walking * Specalacheel and e construction prevents tiring. " Counter, box toe and bottom filler all leather. Shank is Smadpei o at her. shank * aror tee. on sides ofinste preventsstretch * HeavY reinforcings sg fit. i ins and assures goo of trsol a ae * Middle sole is leather of outersole QUalin. Outside to is rubber, sewed to middle sole in two places and naile * Special Goodyear rbber heel gives maximumsp iess and reduces hazard of tripping. " u pron Postjag Po loge onlyis .O CORCORAN INC., STOUGHTON, MASS. Please rush a pair of Paratroop Hunting Boots. ICheck 0 Money Order 0 for $9.87 is enclosed. I will pay postage C.O.D. Name r Address I Size and width of Shoe NG- . -I . . .. . ..