Galois lattices are introduced as a device to provide a general representation for two mode social network data. It is shown that Galois lattices yield a single visual image of such data in cases where most alternative models produce dual images. The inzage provided by the Galois lattice produces, moreover, an inzage that can suggest useful insights about the structural properties of the data. An example, based on data from Davis, Gardner, and Gardner (1941), is used to spell out in detail the kinds of structural insights that can be gained from this approach. In addition, other potential applications are suggested.