A place to post discussions, links, sharing, ideas, stories, about how other people and entities have seen, documented, or written about the Society, the Magazine, the Channel, etc. Embrace the broad view. . . .this can include "ancillary" things like vintage books or publications that were written by key Society staff, or members or others associated thereof about topics that enjoyed prominent/partial coverage by N.G.S. through the years, but may not have been strictly an NGS book, program or…See More
In going over the August 1983 Deep South map supplement, I noticed that the portion of Interstate 65 that runs through Tennessee is shown as a Federal Highway rather than an Interstate sign. Another mistake in the map is Map 3 1700-1783 Three Empires and Three Races. The Imperial Zone date of 1780 should probably be 1750 or 1760. France lost their claim to the Southeast after the the Treaty Of Paris in 1763.See More
"The February 1984 back cover with Campari was probably an overseas edition meant for Great Britain and Continental Europe. I have Several Geographics from 1983 that came from overseas that have Campari ads on the backcover as well as at least one in…"
~ MENTION THE GEOGRAPHIC -- IT IDENTIFIES YOU ~A place to discuss and post classic and modern Ads on any product or service found in The National Geographic Magazine, and welcome... Fellow 'Corner member Philip Riviere suggested that there be an Ads (advertising) Group. As many collector's and others know, the vintage ads found in National Geographic Magazine over the years are classic, and truly a time capsule of days gone by.It it noteworthy that there is an entire breed of…See More
The map proofs are earlier versions of the map supplements before the final revision and printing. It would be stamped proof on the maps themselves. I think they would be considered rough drafts. The map proofs would have information that…"
The only date that I could see was October 1979 Medieval England. There were only seven sheets per pack; one
30" x 40" and six 20" x 30". It states that some of the maps are duplicates. Sorry I…"
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