New York Map Society
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Membership Application

To join the New York Map Society, print this page, fill out the form and attach
a check
(tax deductible under Section 501(c)(3)) payable to: New York Map
Society in the amount of:

$15.00 – Student member
(Please indicate affiliation below)
$30.00 – General member
$100.00 – Sustaining member: your name published on the "Support  Us!"
page on our site, preferential access to limited seating events -- plus, if you  
so choose, a map-theme book: currently available titles are listed below. The
tax-deductible portion of your contribution will be less our cost for the book.

Beginning January, 2021, dues are for the program year: January -
December, and are due in January each year. The grace period for
maintaining current paid membership status will end January 31.

Please either mail the form and check to us at:
New York Map Society
c/o Stephen Banker
43 Greenhaven Rd.
Rye, NY 10580

-- or bring both with you to our next meeting.

or pay via                                    see the drop-down menu below

First Name:        _________________________________

Last Name:        _________________________________

e-Mail Address:  _________________________________                            
(for meeting notices, special announcements, etc.)

School affiliation (for students __________________________________

Your Mailing Address:

Street Address: ____________________________________________

City:         _________________________________________________

State:       _________________________________________________

ZIP Code:_________________________________________________

Optional: Phone:   ________        _____________________
                       Area code        Phone number

Please let us know your area(s) of interest in cartography:

Membership Levels
Books currently available as optional gifts for Sustaining Members:

  • Chet Van Duzer (New York Map Society member and speaker): "Sea Monsters
    on Medieval and Renaissance Maps," published in 2013 by the British Library.
    Paperbound. Review by: Scientific American magazine
  • Frank Jacobs: "Strange Maps: An Atlas of Cartographic Curiosities,"
    published 2009 Paperbound. Review by: Cartographic Perspectives
  • Jerry Brotton: "A History of the World in 12 Maps," published 2013.
    Paperbound. Review by: The Guardian