Photogrammetric interest in holography dates back to 1966, with subse-quent developments to synthesize stereomodels holographically using overlapping aerial photographs. Previously reported applications of holography in mapping are reviewed. Four new general applications have been found through literature search and examination of recent research. Annotated holographic stereograms and metric quality holographic stereomodels are useful training aids for photo-interpreters and map compilers in addition to being of value to field surveyors and map users. Reproduction of high quality second generation prints from high resolu-tion first generation negatives has been demonstrated using carrier frequency contact printing. Holographic stereograms have applications in land navigation and nap-of-the earth aerial navigation. Finally, holographic stereograms are of value in advertising and recruiting people for the mapping community.