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Digital version The Portolan issue #106 now available on-line by logging into "For WMS Only Members" at left.  Not a member?  Click HERE to join.

ON DISPLAY UNTIL FEBRUARY 21, 2020 - Map Exhibit.  Ithaca NY.    Latitude: Persuasive Cartography from the PJ Mode Collection . The collection of more than 800 maps intended primarily to influence opinions or beliefs - to send a message - rather than to communicate geographic information is housed at Cornell. Highlights from the collection can be seen at https://rmc.library.cornell.edu/latitude/Kroch Rare Book Library, Cornell University Library.  PJ Mode is a longtime member of the Washington Map Society, and his article on this topic appeared in The Portolan, Issue 100 (Winter 2017).  See Photos in For WMS Members Only, Photo Galleries (at left).

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Ristow Prize 2019:  The winner of this year’s Ristow Prize is Andrew J. Rhodes, M.A. with Highest Distinction from the U.S. Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, for "The Geographical President: How Franklin D. Roosevelt Used Maps to Make and Communicate Strategy." Click HERE for this and the name of the Honorable Mention selectee.

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