This group is intended to share knowledge of / awareness of, some seldom seen "reprint", or "offprint", articles that originally appeared in the published magazine.
The vast majority of these items were generated by the Society on special request by non-profit organizations, government agencies, and other higher profile entities (authors, significant contributors).
Print runs of each varied widely, from a few dozen to thousands of copies. Some bear the personalization of the author.
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An Interesting Pair of Reprints (It's All Greek to Me)While continuing my search for all things Geographic, I stumbled across a couple of items on eBay. They are reprints of older National…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson on Wednesday.
Over the years National Geographic printed articles about certain topics again and again. These articles would be reprinted as individual articles because of their popularity. One of my favorite…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Jan 7.
The MayaArticle Reprint from the December 1975 National GeographicThe cover story for the December 1975 issue of National Geographic (Vol. 148, No. 6) is entitled “The Maya”. It is comprised of four…Continue
Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Apr 6, 2020.