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March 1902 Anomaly

The second and fourth ad pages are inverted in two “original” issues. In the first issue: The second ad page is of McClure, Phillips &…

Started by Melvin L. De Vilbiss

4 yesterday
Reply by George Thomas Wilson

Volume I Title Page Anomaly (original versus reprint):

It matters not if you have bound or loose reprints – you do not have a Title Page for Volume I. This was a purposeful omission by the NGS…

Started by Melvin L. De Vilbiss

11 on Thursday
Reply by Melvin L. De Vilbiss

Popular References to National Geographic

For many years we have tried to maintain a list of references made to National Geographic in movies, TV shows, cartoons, and books.  Staff…

Started by Cathy Hunter

4 on Wednesday
Reply by George Thomas Wilson

100 Years Ago: July 1915

This article is the seventh in a series of brief postings on a National Geographic as it reaches 100 years of age. The first item listed…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

1 Jun 23
Reply by George Thomas Wilson

100 Years Ago: June 1915

This is the sixth in a series of brief reviews of a National Geographic Magazine as it hits its 100th anniversary of publication. The fi…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

1 Jun 23
Reply by George Thomas Wilson

Exploring History Magazines

I need a complete list of the National Geographic Exploring History Magazines.

Started by Jarod Scot Moore

0 May 29

Discrepancy in position of the "Asheville Quadrangle" map between the 1922 and 1964 Reprints of NGM Vol. 1, No. 4

I recently purchased a pair of 1922 reprints of the National Geographic Magazine (see images).  These were for the Volume 1, Numbers 2 and…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

0 May 23

A Pic A Day

After some contemplation on what to do to enrich our knowledge of the magazines we love,  I have decided to post a pic a day chosen from al…

Started by Philip Riviere

2 May 19
Reply by Scott T. Shier

100 Years Ago: May 1915

This is another in a series of brief reviews of National Geographic Magazines as they reach 100 years of age. The first article is about…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

7 Apr 27
Reply by Scott T. Shier

Some outside recognition for the March 2015 NGM issue

I just added another entry to my "How Others See Us:" discussion in the "Outside Looking In:" group for this little blurb in the May/June 2…

Started by George Thomas Wilson

1 Apr 25
Reply by Scott T. Shier

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