Share your photos or memories of the vintage (or newer) globes released since the 1960's.
Also, the Pictorial Geography series (circa 1916-1922) can be discussed and reviewed here.
Join in, as we look back at scenes from every land, and view the globe in interesting ways.
* also, these items can be discussed:
Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2022
In Dec. 2012/Jan 2013, I had my 5 N.C. Wyeth pictorial supplements professionally matted & framed. I wanted to share them finally here for others to see. Knowing how the large murals of these are…Continue
Tags: maps of discovery, N C Wyeth, Wyeth
Started by Scott T. Shier. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Feb 21, 2018.
Apologies for this not being Society related but I just got my globe of the planet Mercury today. I now possess a complete set of the 5-world Inner Solar System. I just had to show somebody and…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by Scott T. Shier Jan 19, 2015.
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While I do not have a Nat Geo globe, my love of maps meant I had to join this group. (My globe is a old Rand McNally; and I also have globes of the Moon, Mars, and Venus. Still looking for one of Mercury.)
I named this group based in consultation with Phil. I wanted to make sure it didn't duplicate or compete with the existing Maps/Supp/Index group. Phil and I still feel that the NG Atlases --the books, (pending any future postings) do "belong" in the Maps...Index group.
How's this Tom ?
I had already found one. What I needed to find was the $$$. My collection items are 12" standard size globes. haha back atcha.