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PROFILE UPDATES


•   Matthew Edney (Edney)  5/28
•   Kenneth Nebenzahl (Nebenzahl)  5/20
•   Bert Johnson  5/18
•   Michael Wood  5/15
•   Kris Butler  4/29
•   Curt Griggs  4/23
•   David Williams  4/19
•   Bruce Tapper  4/17
•   Bruce Van Roy  4/11
•   Leigh Lockwood  4/4
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WHERE WE LIVE


Who lives where - click links below to find out.

2 live in Arizona
5 live in California
3 live in Colorado
1 lives in Connecticut
11 live in District Of Columbia
5 live in Florida
1 lives in Georgia
3 live in Illinois
2 live in Maine
21 live in Maryland
4 live in Massachusetts
2 live in Michigan
1 lives in Minnesota
2 live in Missouri
3 live in New Jersey
2 live in New Mexico
7 live in New York
3 live in North Carolina
2 live in Ohio
1 lives in Oklahoma
1 lives in Oregon
3 live in Pennsylvania
2 live in Tennessee
3 live in Texas
35 live in Virginia
1 lives in Washington
1 lives in Wisconsin
1 lives in Alberta
2 live in Ontario
1 lives in Quebec
1 lives in Italy
1 lives in Malta
1 lives in Netherlands
1 lives in Switzerland
2 live in United Kingdom
198 location unknown


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Welcome to the Washington Map Society website.  The Society supports and promotes map collecting, cartography, and study of cartographic history through meetings, the Society journal The Portolan, and this website.  Click HERE for more Society information.

During these quiet Summer months, click HERE to read the almost two dozen articles uniquely supplied to the WMS by Eliane Dotson of Old World Auctions.  The topics range from practical collecting advice to symbolism on maps to interesting historic perspectives.

For latest 2015 WMS meeting information, click HERE .

The "Ships, Clocks, and Stars: The Quest for Longitude" exhibit is now at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington D. C., click HERE. The Exhibit closes August 23, 2015.

Click HERE for information the on the ICHC Meeting in Antwerp in July 2015.

Important Updates:

Click HERE for John Docktor's frequently updated exhibits and meetings pages containing a wealth of worldwide information on events of cartographic interest.

Click HERE for ongoing Washington Map Society Facebook updates, or click

Follow The Library of Congress G&M Division on Twitter, click HERE.

The discovery of the oldest surviving engraved globe to show the New World was announced in August 2013 in The Portolan, a journal published by the Washington Map Society, in its Fall 2013 issue (#87). This globe was formed by the joining of two halves of ostrich eggs.  To see the globe, click HERE.  For press updates, reprint rights, and image use, click HERE.  To order The Portolan #87 containing this and many other articles, click HERETo join the WMS, click HERE.

Non-WMS members:  You must join the WMS to gain access to our member only pages including profiles, membership directory, and messaging.  Please click Membership in WMS  for an application and to read about the many benefits. 

Member or not, all are welcome at our meetings.

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