Map of New York,” Thomas
KItchin, 1778, reprinted in 1869 for
“Shannon’s Manual of The
Corporation of The City of New
York.” .Posted to Wikicommons by
"Green Map®" of New York's
Lower East Side: Base map
from Google.
The New York Map Society is a non-profit corporation under
Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, offering
educational, academic and research programs for anyone
interested in maps -- from antique maps to GIS
information system)
- based data maps.

Contributions to the Society are deductible consistent with
Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

Our members currently include scholars, librarians, collectors,
preservationists, artists, map-makers, and those who simply love
maps, both real and fictional. The Society serves as a  
community-based organization, offering the public information
about -- and the ability to participate in -- map-related events.

Our meetings typically feature either a field trip, or a guest
speaker on a Saturday afternoon at the headquarters of
Avenues: The World School, at 11 East 26th Street (between
Madison and Fifth Avenues), New York, NY 10011. Meetings are
always free, open to the public unless it's a members-only event,
and are always an opportunity to meet, share interests and
socialize with, fellow map-lovers.

The Society welcomes and appreciates suggestions and
volunteer efforts from anyone interested in maps.

See our page...

Upcoming Meetings
for information on attending future events.

Past Meetings for details on recent meetings, including these
from the 2018-19 program year:
  • Pictorial cartographer Anton Thomas talked about his hand-
    drawn North American continent map
  • Cartographer Mark Monmonier talked about his new book:
    "Patents and Cartographic Inventions"
  • Astrophysicist Priyamvada Natarajan discussed her book
    "Mapping the Heavens," and her research on Black Holes
  • Members-only Social Hour /Field Trip to the NY Transit
    Museum to tour their exhibition: "Navigating New York"
  • Map & book dealer Daniel Crouch spoke on the history of  
    data visualization"
  • Cartographer Scott Max Edelson spoke about his book "The
    New Map of Empire: How Britain Imagined America Before   
  • Cartographer Christina Dando spoke at The New York Public
    Library on: "Maps in Motion: American Public Map Making of  
    the Progressive Era"
  • Cartographer Susan Schulten spoke on “How Maps Illuminate
    and Complicate the Past,” featuring maps from her book "A
    History of America in 100 Maps"
  • Cartographer Matthew Edney Updated us at The New York
    Public Library on "The History of Cartography Project"
  • Members-Only "Show and Tell" Social Hour

Member Map News for map news and events about -- or curated
by -- New York Map Society members

Map Shows & Lectures from Maine to Washington, DC

Member Links for links to New York Map Society members'
websites, published articles, and reviews

My Favorite Map where members, each year, get to post an
image of their favorite map -- and why

Our Leadership for the names and contact information of our
officers, so that you can ask questions and make suggestions

Join Us! for new and renewal membership information

Support Us! for how you can help further our efforts with a tax-
deductible contribution -- and receive a gift!

Map Dealer Members for links to map dealers and auction
houses who support the New York Map Society

Map Resources for links to cartographic calendars, and to   
notable map collections and libraries

Other Map Societies for hotlinks to other major map societies
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The New York Map Society's second annual Alice Hudson Map Award
prizes -- $500 each for best printed and interactive map -- were
awarded to students of Hunter College's Geography Dept. on Friday,
June 5, 2020,
via a Zoom meeting.