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UNITED STATES - AIRMAIL

UNITED STATES AIR MAIL – BALLOON MAIL

UNITED STATES AIR MAIL - DIRIGIBLE AND ZEPPELIN MAIL

UNITED STATES ARTISTS AND DESIGNERS

UNITED STATES ATLASES, MAPS AND GAZETTEERS

UNITED STATES AUCTIONS – NAMED SALES – FRANKLIN

UNITED STATES BISECTS & FRACTIONAL USES

UNITED STATES BLOCKS – INSCRIPTION BLOCKS

UNITED STATES BOOKLETS AND MINIPACKS

UNITED STATES CACHETS

UNITED STATES - CARRIER’S ISSUES

UNITED STATES CENSORED MAIL

UNITED STATES CERTIFIED MAIL

UNITED STATES CHRISTMAS SEALS

UNITED STATES - CIVIL WAR

UNITED STATES - CIVIL WAR - The CONFEDERACY

UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR - The UNION

UNITED STATES COILS

UNITED STATES COILS – PNC

UNITED STATES COLLECTING

UNITED STATES COLOR

UNITED STATES COVERS

UNITED STATES - DEMONITZED ISSUES

UNITED STATES DESIGNS

UNITED STATES - DISINFECTED MAIL

UNITED STATES ERRORS and VARIETIES - COLOR

UNITED STATES ERRORS AND VARIETIES – PERFORATION

UNITED STATES ERRORS and VARIETIES COLOR UNITED STATES ERRORS AND VARIETIES - PERFORATION UNITED STATES ERRORS AND VARIETIES – PRINTING

UNITED STATES ESSAYS AND PROOFS

UNITED STATES EXPERTIZING

UNITED STATES EXPRESS COMPANIES

UNITED STATES FIRST DAYS

UNITED STATES FIRST DAYS – CACHETS

UNITED STATES FORGERIES AND COUNTERFEITS

UNITED STATES FREE FRANKS

UNITED STATES GRILLS

152 Earliest Known Use of Grilled Stamps (Scott #79) . AP3 ppill’73 .45

192 U.S. Grilled Postage Stamps: The Reason for their Issuance .York, Norton D .1 pill’66 .15

3822 That Grill Question Again .Brookman, L .G .2 ppill’42 .30

UNITED STATES INSURED MAIL

3932 The Postal Insurance Labels .Browne, G .6 ppill’82 .90

UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL REPLY COUPONS International Reply Coupon Has New Format . (Jan . 1, 1975) .1 pill’75 .15

UNITED STATES INVESTMENT AND SPECULATION

507 Financial History of US Stamps - Panama Pacific Exposition .Tiger, A . August3 ppill’46 .45

UNITED STATES LOCALS AND PRIVATE POSTS

274 Albany Letter Express (March 1970 New York Postal Strike) . Harris, Robert D . 4 pp ill ’71 .60

270 A Revision of Scott’s Listings of Boyds Bank Notes . dos Passos, Cyril F . 8 pp ill ’69 1 .20

271 An Undisclosed Forgery of Princes Private Letter Dispatch (Scott 122L1) . dos Passos, Cyril F . 2 pp ill ’73 .30

269 Hale and Company: The Independent Mail Post 1844-45 .Bulkley, Grant5 pp ill’78 .75

272 Notes on Scott’s Listings of Boyds Dispatch Envelopes (1878-1883) with Description of a new Mercury Type .dos Passos, Cyril F . 4 pp ill ’68 .60

273 Two Unrecorded Forgeries of a Letter Express Local dos Passos, Cyril F ., and Letter Express Local: A Saturday Night Special (Scott 96L1-2) .Kane Carl E .3 pp ill’74 .45

3720 Blizzard Mail Stamp . (Scott 163LI) .Konwiser, H .M .2 ppill’51 .30

3978 The Discontinuance of Boyd’s City Dispatch .Goerner, W .F .2 ppill’31 .30

UNITED STATES LUMINESCENT AND TAGGED ISSUES

293 Luminescent-Phophorescent-Fluorescent Tagged . Bayless, William H . 7 pp ill ’79 1 .00

2545 Phosphor Stamp Tagging .Faries, Belmont6 pp ill’63 .90

504 The Tagged 3-cent Liberty Series Coil . Stark & Boerger 14 pp ill’672 .00

7319 Experimental Stripe Tagging on the Mail Order Stamp . (Scott 1468) .Stark, J .7 ppill’721 .00

7291 First Day "Tagging" of U.S. High Values .Boerger, A .1 pill’73 .15

3630 Luminescent U.S. Stamps . The 4 Cent Lincoln Sheet . Prominent American Series . Stark, J . & Boerger, A .9 ppill’671 .35

3657 Luminescent U.S. Stamps . The 5 Cent Christmas (1964)Stark, J . & Boerger, A .11 ppill’671 .65

3612 Luminescent U.S. Stamps . The 5 Cent Christmas (1965) . Stark, J . & Boerger, A .14 ppill’672 .00

7050 Tagged Stamps in Limelight Again as "Two Old Friends" Boerger, A . & Replay ’67 Look Coil Fiasco . (Scott 1045a)Stark, J .2 ppill’68 .30

UNITED STATES MAIL FRAUDS

318 Star Route Mail Frauds of the 1870-80s .Jones, Margaret5 pp ill’72 .40

301 The Great Postage Stamp Swindles of Fourth-Class Postmasters in the mid-1870s .Jones, Margaret S .5 pp’72 .25

MARGINAL MARK INGS AND IMPRINTS

500 Marginal Markings of the Bi-Color Issues (to 1938) .Hawkins, Fred A .2 pp’38 .30

UNITED STATES MARITIME MAIL

518 An Unknown New York Ship Marking .Willard, Edward L . 1 pill’69 .15

300 British Open Mail to France, with Emphasis on the American Packet Service . Hargest, George E . 7 pp ill ’73 .60

399 China and Japan Steam Service .AP3 pp ill’72 .30

213 Naval Agency Markings .Graham, Richard B .3 pp ill’69 .25

2502 Packet and Paquebot .Erle, Everett2 pp’69 .25

214 Pan & San Fran . S .S .Graham, Richard B .3 pp ill’73 .30

496 Steamboats on Lake Erie, 1839 .Wieringa, Theron1 p’70 .15

404 "Steam China" Postmarks .Milgram, James W .3 pp ill’77 .45

2577 Steamship Markings of Charleston .Wierenga, Theron1 p’76 .15

2578 Steamship Markings of Savannah, Ga . .Wierenga, Theron1 p’76 .15

2597 The Great Lakes: Steamboat, Steam and Ship Markings . Wierenga, Theron2 pp’70 .30

403 The Wreck of the Oregon: Picking up the Pieces .Harris, Robert Dalton 4 pp ill ’71 .60

400 U.S. Waterway Packet Marks .AP3 pp ill’69 .45

401 Waterways Route Agents .AP3 pp ill’70 .45

211 1827-1839 Mail Route Waterways Markings . Graham, Richard B . 3 pp ill ’74 .45

7193 A Lesson in Ship Letter Rates .Wirenga, T .1 pill’87 .15

3653 Beginnings of Steam Boat Mail on Lower Mississippi .Huber, L .V .15 ppill’602 .25

7072 Empire on the Great River . (Ohio River)Garber, W .5 ppill’63 .75

3585 F . A . Dentzel-Local Agent .Norona, D .2 ppill’36 .30

7052 Hamburg Packets-A Study .Norona, D .4 pp’31 .60

3816 John Ericsson and the Princeton .Parker, H .H .5 ppill’60 .75

7196 John Fitch, Inventor .Herst, H .1 p’87 .15

3580 Louisville and Cairo Steamboat . The Handstamped Marking .Newman, L .S .3 ppill’83 .45

3578 Nantucket Sound Steamboat Mail .Clark, D .N .7 ppill’831 .00

3756 Packetboat Markings .Wierenga, T .1 p’71 .15

3521 Purser Handstamps and Route Agent Postmarks .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’86 .30

3579 Recovered From the Wreck of the Steamboat ALGOMA, Milgram, J .W . & Risvold, F .E .4 ppill’83 .60

7281 Salvaged Mail Markings: The Wreck of the S .S . Tahiti .Berthedot, H .J .3 ppill’82 .45

3704 Steamboat Mail Cancellations of the Great Lakes .Babcock, W .L .4 ppill’38 .60

7083 Steamboat Mail’ Coming up the River .Hannon, R .E .1 p’54 .15

3917 Steamship Markings on Early U.S. Covers .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’85 .30

7016 The Hudson N .Y . "STEAM BOAT ."Hahn, C .M .3 ppill’80 .45

3587 The New York Ocean Mail Postmarks Via Panama to California and Oregon Polland, W .S .12 ppill’641 .80

7260 The Opposition Lines . & Handstamped Markings of the Opposition Lines . Wierenga, T .2 pp’72 .30

7282 The Sea Posts of Puerto Rico .Gordon, R .S .2 ppill’50 .30

7119 Thoughts on Steamboat and Steamship Covers .Wierenga, T .1 p’73 .15

3604 U.S. Classics . Steamboat Rates .Wierenga, T .1 p’70 .15

3783 U.S. Classics . Steamship Markings .Wierenga, T .1 p’70 .15

3918 Vessel-named Markings on U.S. Waterways Covers 1810-1890 .Milgram, J .W .17 ppill’842 .50

3860 "Way" Markings on Mail Ashore and Afloat .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’86 .30

UNITED STATES MAXIMUM CARDS

3966 U.S. Maximaphily .de la Ferte-Senectere, G .11 ppill’801 .80

UNITED STATES METERED MAIL

2537 Meter Department News .Fladung, Ed3 pp’62 .45

2642 Meter Town Collecting .Katzenmeyer, Robt . G . 1 p’64 .15

2509 The Postalia Postage Meter .Swan, W .1 pill’61 .15

285 US Govt . Agency Use of Metered Postage .Baker, James H .9 ppill’781 .40

3685 Meters Are Fun .Hemenway, H .2 ppill’74 .30

3880 National Cash Register Meter Postage Designs .Thomas, W .K .4 ppill’59 .60

7468 Patriotic Meter Slogans .Harvey, A .5 ppill’44 .75

3538 Pitney Bowes and the Growth of the Postage Meter .Harvey, G .B .4 pp’83 .60

7151 Postage Meter Literature . (to 1957)Rossi, F .1 p’57 .15

3646 The Mailomat .Thomas, W .K .4 ppill’60 .60

7439 Topical Meter Slogans .Harvey, A .4 ppill’45 .60

7465 U.S. Metered Military Mail Listed on One Page in Specialty Catalog .Roscoe, E .J .2 ppill’90 .30

UNITED STATES MILITARY AND WAR ISSUES

3967 U.S. Army Lettersheet Used in Korea…by a Soldier of the Chinese Volunteer Army During the Korean War .Choy, A .3 ppill’85 .45

UNITED STATES MILITARY CONFLICTS

3654 The U.S. Legation Guard at Peiping .Gordon, R .S .1 p’61 .15

UNITED STATES MILITARY MAIL

195 A Report on 78 Days of Army Airmail Service During 1934 .Hecht, Arthur4 pp ill’69 .60

2535 Allied Military Stamps Issued in Italy and Sicily . Brown, Charles G . 3 pp ill ’45 .45

2605 Bagley, Cuba (U.S.P .O . in Guantanamo Bay Leased Area 1907-1909) . Gordon, Robert S . 1 p ill ’66 .15

276 British Protectorate Government Operated Post Office at Lunga, Guadalcanal During World War II . Jersey, Stanley C . 4 pp ill’68 .60

446 Cancellations found on U.S. Stamps used by the A .E .F . in Europe 1917-1920 . Preston, R . B . 4 pp’38 .60

203 Flag Cancellations used by the Navy Scouting Fleet .Billings, Bart4 ppill’78 .60

532 From the Halls of Moctezuma .Weinstein, Ray1 p’79 .15

282 In New Zealand: U.S. Navy Post Office, Christchurch .Startup, R . M .1 pill’68 .15

444 Mail from our Men in Vietnam .SPAJ6 ppill’67 .90

213 Naval Agency Markings .Graham, Richard B .3 ppill’69 .45

2508 Naval Covers .Dowle, Alfred H .3 PPill’61 .45

447 Naval Hero Honored on Stamps of Many Nations: John Paul Jones and his Ships . Wadleigh, John R .3 pp’79 .45

235 Naval Usages in the Confederacy .Milgram, James W .4 pp’71 .60

283 Postal History of American Prisoners of War .Gruenzner, Norman3 pp’79 .45

243 Soldiers Absentee Votes in 1864 .Graham, Richard B .4 pp’72 .60

2510 Spanish-American War Patriotics .McGrath, Thomas4 pp’61 .60

445 Test Flight Covers of the B-1 .Odrobina, Ralph S .2 pp’76 .30

299 The African Squadron and its Mails .Graham, Richard B .3 pp’71 .30

281 The Beginning of the American APO .Sackett, Richard W . 10 pp’781 .50

275 U.S. Marine Corps Offices in Haiti (1915-1934) . Gordon, Robert S .1 p’75 .15

277 U.S. Marine Corps Postal Operations in Santo Domingo; March June 1965 . Jersey, Stanley C . 2 ppill ’68 .30

278 U.S. Marine Corps Postal Service in Vietnam . Jersey, Stanley C . 4 pp ill ’67 .60

279 U.S. Marines in Korea (1950-1955) .Jersey, Stanley C . 6 pp ill’78 .90

280 U.S. Naval Lyceum Usages .Milgram, James W .4 pp ill’77 .60

370 U.S. Stamps used in Japan; U.S. Domestic Rates . Graham, Richard B . 3 pp ill ’70 .45

2536 WW I APOs; The 800 Mystery Series .Crowell, Harvey3 pp ill’63 .45

7051 A Letter From Archangel, Russia, 1918-1919 .Weststrate, D .F .4 ppill’85 .60

3522 A Letter From the U.S.S . Pensacola . (1876) .Wierenga, T .1 pill’88 .15

7370 A Nondescript Classic U.S. Postal Card of 1898 . (Cuba-Spanish American War) . Fricke, C .A .2 ppill’77 .30

3643 A Philatelic Souvenir of Pearl Harbor .Delancy, A .A .2 ppill’66 .30

7371 An Admiral Summarizes Some Cancellations of NATO SACLANT .Johnson, J .G .3 ppill’59 .45

7447 An Early Constitution Letter .Hitchins, C .S .3 ppill’47 .45

7239 Censorship Regulations Governing the AEF in Siberia During World War I . Opperman, D .R .3 pp’85 .45

3881 Collecting A .E .F . Covers .Sackett, R .W .6 ppill’80 .90

3865 Greetings From the Fleet .Dike, W .L .6 ppill’85 .90

3510 Guantanamo Bay . A Cuban Post Office in U.S. Territory .Ash, E .M .2 pp’39 .30

3893 How the Post Office Went to Sea .Dike, W .L .5 ppill’86 .75

3866 New Varieties Found on Postal Stationery From the A .E .F . in Siberia . Opperman, D .R .2 ppill’85 .30

7257 On Service in Russia . (North Russia 1918-19)Goodman, R .E .2 ppill’85 .30

7177 Operation Deepfreeze 1961 .Chemi, J .3 ppill’61 .45

3617 Private Handstamps of Army Censors in Siberia .Opperman, D .R .4 ppill’85 .60

3497 Regimental Corner Cards .Norona, D .1 pill’41 .15

3648 Some Notes on U.S. Military Post Offices in the Philippines 1898-1902 . Gordon, R .S .2 pp’61 .30

3562 Spanish American War Cover .Parks, T .1 p’51 .15

3628 Survey of Naval Cover Collecting .Luetge, W .J .1 pill’78 .15

3919 The American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia .Moskoff, W .3 ppill’85 .45

7388 The Army Postal Service .Shirk, G .H .6 ppill’47 .90

3931 The Bateman Letters .Wadsworth, R .7 ppill’821 .00

7298 The First Official Missile Mail Cover .Oliphant, R .C .1 pill’77 .15

7137 The Navy’s Own ‘Aerial Mail .’Bassler, R .E .2 ppill’81 .30

3854 The "R .F ." Overprints on the U.S. 6 Cent Airmail .(Scott C25 & U .C3)Gable, J .H .1 pill’48 .15

3963 The "R .F ." Overprints on the U.S. 6 Cent Airmail 1943-45 .Goodkind, H .M .3 ppill’48 .45

7470 The Search for Sgt . Chambers . Pacific Cover Odyssey .Jennings, C .4 ppill’83 .60

3589 The Society of the Cincinnati in Philately .Hume, E .E .5 ppill’34 .75

7309 Tips on How to Recognize Scarce Covers From Admiral Dewey’s Squadron at Manila .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’83 .30

3807 U.S. Bicentennial Honors Battle of the Virginia Capes .Wadleigh, J .R .2 ppill’81 .30

7407 U.S. Mail Agency at Vera Cruz in 1914 .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’91 .30

3806 U.S. Marines on Stamps .Hyzen, L . & Snedeker, E .W .1 pill’78 .15

3647 U.S. Nuclear Powered Submarines Record Historic Under North Pole Cruises . Chemi, J .7 ppill’611 .00

3979 V… .Mail .Smith, C .E .3 ppill’58 .45

3845 V-mail Solved Wartime Logistical Problems .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’83 .30

7372 Whatever Happened to the Inter-Allied Games . & A Philatelic Sequel . Schirmer, J .2 ppill’79 .30

7170 World War 2—The Beginning and the End… .A Philatelic Record .Murphree, I .3 ppill’60 .45

UNITED STATES MONETARY SYSTEMS

2613 Reason for the nickname ‘Greenbacks’ York, Norton D .2 pp’66 .20

314The Reason for Philatelic and Numismatic Relationship .York, Norton D .4 pp’68 .30

UNITED STATES MONEY ORDERS

545 Money Order Business .Wieringa, Theron1 p’70 .15

UNITED STATES NEWSPAPER AND PERIODICAL ISSUES

3911 Finding the Yellow Thumbprint .Mooz, W .E .7 ppill’841 .00

UNITED STATES OFFICES ABROAD

176 Ten cent 1869 covers from the Shanghai China Consular Post Office .Laurence, Michael3 pp’75 .30

7189 A United States Double Print . (China) (Scott K16a)Tuchinsky, M .2 pp’64 .30

3757 Mission Mail from Corisco Island . (West Africa)Whittle, K .A .6 ppill’80 .90

3490 Offices in China .Mosiondz, P .1 p’87 .15

7128 Rare U.S.-Japan Cover Discovered . (1874 cover from U.S. Consular Post Office-Hakodate, Japan . 1 pill’72 .15

7233 U.S. Yokohama Post Office Cover Discovered in Washington .1 pill’76 .15

7153 United States Postal Agencies in Japan .Gordon, R .S .1 pill’58 .15

UNITED STATES OFFICIAL MAIL

3874 A Philatelic and Historical Study of U.S. Department Stamps .Barcan, A .J .3 ppill’60 .45

7157 Collect U.S. Official Stamps .Evans, W .L .5 ppill’58 .75

3875 Designs of the U .S Departments .Combs, W .V .7 ppill’591 .00

7392 Hunting the Officials in 1874 .Du Bois, R .D .4 ppill’82 .60

3939 Markings on the 3-Cent War Department .Bonesteel, C .H .1 pill’52 .15

7393 Official Stamps Get Test for Penalty Mail .Faries, B .2 ppill’82 .30

3876 Penalty Franks and Postage Stamps: U.S. Departmental Mail, 1877-1985 . Howard, W .S .8 ppill’85 1 .20

7461 The Franking Privilege and How Official Stamps Were Created Because Of Two Congressional Acts . Evans, W .I .4 ppill’57 .60

7022 The 1-Cent Agriculture Stamp of 1879 .Mooz, W .E .6 ppill’87 .90

3885 U.S. Penalty Covers .Grayson, D .N .7 ppill’801 .00

UNITED STATES OVERPRINTS AND SURCHARGES

7203 The ‘Potato R .F .’Bussey, L .E .6 ppill’88 .90

UNITED STATES PAPER

2522 Notes on Postal Paper 1847-1866 .Unthank, Wilbur F .2 pp’40 .30

2544 Paper for U.S. Stamps .Drake, Ronald I .5 pp’63 .75

578 Postal paper of the US 1894-98 First Bureau Series .Unthank, Wilbur F .2 pp’41 .30

577 Postal paper of the US National Banknote Issue 1861-66 . Unthank, Wilbur F .2 pp’40 .30

3909 Rotary Press "Double Papers ."Post, E .E .3 ppill’68 .45

UNITED STATES PAPER – WATERMARKS

3487 Stitch Watermarks .Wierenga, T1 p’69 .15

UNITED STATES PARCEL POST

416 The Parcel Post Red Terror(ibles) of 1912-1913 (Scott Q1-12) . Lawrence, Frank E . 2 pp’41 .30

581 The Reason for U.S. 4-cent Parcel Post "Rural Carrier" Design . York, Norton D .2 pp’70 .30

7226 A Look at the 1913 U.S. Parcel Post System .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’86 .30

3976 Parcel Post Stamps .Mosiondz, P .1 p’87 .15

UNITED STATES PLATE BLOCKS AND NUMBERS

3823 A Rare Plate Block is Found . No . 22176 of 1938 20 Cent Presidential First Right Side Block . (Scott 825) .1 pill’60 .15

7394 Plate Number Collecting .Hahn, G .C .4 pp’47 .60

7161 Sometimes it Pays to Know Which Side is Up .Rabinowitz, R .1 pill’86 .15

3516 The New USPS Plate Numbers . An Explanation of the System .4 ppill’81 .60

UNITED STATES PLATES AND PLATING

2592 How Do I Plate?Wierenga, TheronI p’70 .15

166 Notes on the 3˘ 1857 Type II Plate Numbers and Imprints . Chase, Carroll2 pp’71 .20

2589 Plating the 5˘ tof 1847 .Hart, Creighton1 p’70 .15

579 Plating the 3˘ 1851 .Wierenga, Theron3 pp’70 .45

2542 Reconstructing Sheets in Miniature ($5 .00 Hamilton Liberty Series of 1956) . Opperman, David R . 5 pp ill ’63, .75

2612 Recutting Plate Varieties on the 3˘ 1851-1857 Stamps . Allen, C . N .9 pp ill’37 1 .45

2599 Some additional plate varieties on the 2˘ 1890 Issue .Wierenga, Theron1 p’70 .15

499 Valley Forge Plate Defect (Scott #645) .Ganser, Mal1 p’29 .15

UNITED STATES PNEUMATIC MAIL

415 Pneumatic Mail Systems of the U.S.Ames, F . H .5 pp’56 .45

UNITED STATES POLAR MAIL

7049 Deep Down Cold . & On Top of the World . (Nuclear submarines covers in transit of the North Pole) . Vogel, H .5 ppill’86 .75

UNITED STATES POST OFFICE EQUIPMENT

7229 Decoding a Partial Bar Code .Quine, D .B .3 ppill’88 .45

3493 The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly . (Early mail trucks) .Bruns, J .H .3 ppill’87 .45

7194 The Ideal Dumping Ground . (Mail Boxes) .Bruns, J .H .2 ppill’87 .30

UNITED STATES POST OFFICE SORTING CODES

3494 The Great ZIP Debate .Lamarre, T .1 pill’87 .15

UNITED STATES POST OFFICES

461 Sources of Post Office Listings .Wieringa, Theron1 p’69 .15

3492 A Coming of Age . The Post Office Department Turns to Typewriters .Bruns, J .H .3 ppill’87 .45

7035 New Mail Services . (1972) Fellows, R .2 ppill’72 .30

UNITED STATES POSTAGE DUES

573 An Early one (J38 with 4/6/1895 PM) .Phil Gossip1 p ’38 .15

2602 The Reasons for White Lines on Postage Due Stamps .York, Norton D .2 pp ill’66 .30

2501 U.S. Postage Dues; A Real Challenge .Opperman, David R . 4 pp’60 .60

7227 ‘Boring’ Due Stamps Offer Endless Variety .Kaufman, L .2 ppill’86 .30

3980 Postage Due Stamps, 1879 .York, N .D .1 pill’58 .15

3817 Postage Due Stamps Outlive Usefulness .Boughner, F .2 ppill’86 .30

3818 Prepaid and Due Stamps, Then and Now .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’86 .30

7171 The Origins of Postage Due in America .Hahn, C .M .2 pp’81 .30

7010 The Search Goes On . (Earliest use of postage dues .)Bower, W .R . & Arfken, G .B .4 ppill’87 .60

UNITED STATES POSTAL CONVENTIONS

541 The Treaty of Berne 1874, the Convention of Paris 1878, and the Postal Unions . Hargest, George E . 17 pp ill’792 .25

UNITED STATES POSTAL HISTORY

539 Boston Celebrates Washington Bi-Centennial . Sente, Marjory3 pp ill’79 .45

533 Century-Old General Store/Post Office reconstructed at Smithsonian . AP2 ppill’71 .30

295 First Western Mail Route set in 1794 .AP6 pp’69 .90

459 Good-bye Penny Post!Meyer, Henry A .23 ppill’633 .00

253 8Illustrated Covers and Lettersheets .Milgram, James W .2 ppill’63 .30

2643 Moving the Overland Mail to the Central Route . Wierenga, Theron1 p’77 .15

290 Postal Usages Reflecting Events and Personalities of Nation’s Founding Era . Milgram, James W .12 pp ill’761 .75

2614 Postal History and Popularity .Wierenga, Theron1 pill’70 .15

455 Postal History and Stamps: A Colorful Combination 1847-1890 (Photos of 72 covers) . Graham, Richard B .52 pp ’787 .00

284 Rereading a Famous Letter from Philadelphia July 4, 1776 . Apfelbaum, Earl P .L . 4 pp ill ’76 .30

582 The Birth of United States Stamps (Facsimile of a "Mulready" Envelope submitted by Senator Daniel Webster to Congress 19 June, 1840) .1 p ill ’40 .15

304 The Burden of the Far West: U.S. Mails and Turner Thesis . Scheele, Carl H .8 pp ill’71 1 .20

543 The Camel Express .Pfeiffer, Frances H .5 pp’29 .75

153 The Earliest Known Use of a Regular United States Postage Stamp .AP2 pp ill’72 .30

310 The Reason for Establishing the Bureau of Engraving and Printing .York, Norton D .1 p’67 .15

311 The Reason for Establishing the Rural Free Delivery .York, Norton D .7 pp’67 1 .00

312 The Reason for - Genesis of our U.S. Postal System . York, Norton D .2 pp’68 .30

313 The Reason for Origin of the First U.S. Postage Stamp .York, Norton D .4 pp’67 .60

305 The Western Post Office under Buchanan and Lincoln . Scheele, Carl H . 11 pp ill ’71 1 .50

297 U.S. Postal History 1851-1861 .Beals & Alexander22 pp ill’733 .00

537 X-Rayed Mail (Oakridge NL 1973) .Lebo, L . E .2 pp ill’79 .30

7379 American Colonial Postal History Outline .Fink, A .1 p’76 .15

3618 British Prison Ship System During War of 1812 with Examined Postmark . (Early censorship of mail) .Milgram, J .W .6 ppill’64 .90

7023 Colton’s 1856 U.S. Post Office Directory .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’85 .30

7357 Earliest Prussian Closed Mail .Radin, A .2 ppill’84 .30

7024 Early American Postal Days .Konwiser, H .M .3 pp’31 .45

3689 Early Mail Contracts on the Santa Fe Trail .Dike, S .H .5 ppill’59 .75

7004 First Stamp in the United States . (New York City Dispatch Post) .York, N .D .1 p’58 .15

3961 Forwarding Rules Evolved in 19th Century .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’85 .30

3631 First Adhesives in U.S. Two Pressure Bearing Stamps .York, N .D .2 pp’64 .30

3941 Genuine Letter Found in a Bottle . (Impressed American sailor on a British ship, letter of 1806) . Milgram, J .W .3 ppill’84 .45

7330 How the First Postage Stamps Came to United States .Burt, F .H .2 pp’40 .30

7336 Letters From Adventurers Record History in Making .Swetland, M .W .3 ppill’70 .45

3532 Mail Swindles .Herst, H .1 p’87 .15

3995 Pacific Mail in the 1880’s .Willard, E .L .2 ppill’72 .30

3637 Postal History in Newspapers .Hecht, A .3 pp’60 .45

3486 Postal History Source . Index to Journals of Continental Congress .Hecht, A .4 pp’63 .60

7149 Postal History Sources .Hecht, A .2 pp’58 .30

3994 Pricing Postal History Material .Rapp, W .F .3 ppill’80 .45

7138 Privateers Once Dominated Anglo-American Mail Route .Jones, R .2 pp’72 .30

7363 Prussian Closed Mail Transit Letters Via the United States . Some Very Rare Covers . Radin, A .4 ppill’84 .60

3551 Robert H . Morris’ Letter Book of 1847-1848 .Boggs, W .S .6 pp’56 .90

7415 Spittoon-free Mail Pickup for Low Hemlines .Hotchner, J .2 ppill’96 .30

7292 The First Publication in America of the Postal Act of Queen Anne .Hahn, C .M .6 ppill’82 .90

3721 The First Run of the Overland Mail .Burton, W .N .7 ppill’511 .00

3727 The (In)Famous Star Route Frauds .Bennett, R .L .1 pillUnk .15

3936 The Jackass Mail Route of 1857-1858 .Emery, W .H .4 ppill’83 .60

3531 The Mails Respond to Crisis .Bruns, J .H .2 ppill’87 .30

7283 The News of Yorktown .Hahn, C .M .3 ppill’81 .45

3677 The Old Boston Post Road .Morse, F .5 pp’55 .75

7139 The Prussian Closed Mail and Prussian Closed Mail Rates .Radin, A .28 pp’834 .00

3949 Trail of Tears .Smyth, G .A .3 ppill’83 .45

3795 Travelin’ the Mail Routes .Johnston, R .E .2 ppill’81 .30

7089 U.S. Government Documents as Sources of Postal History .Tingley, R .R .3 pp’49 .45

7264 United States Carrier Service in New York City, 1847 .Brazer, C .W .1 p’52 .15

7431 When Was U.S. Postage the Best Bargain?Dickson, F .S .5 ppill’89 .75

3942 Zevely Family Was Active in United States Postal Service .Norona, D .39 ppill’695 .85

3552 Zoned Addresses . The Early Experiments .Scheele, C .H .7 ppill’671 .00

UNITED STATES POSTAL MARKINGS

2553 A Mini-collection of Que - Ex - Zees (Town names beginning with Q, X,,Z) .

Hawse, George W .1 p’69 .10

207 About Describing Post Marks .Graham, Richard B .3 pp ill’72 .45

208B . F . Stevens Dispatch Agent .Graham, Richard B .2 pp ill’69 .30

627 Canadian Handstamps representing US Postage .McDonald, Susan7 ppill’76 1 .00

224 "Charge to My Post Office Account" (Handstamped Chargebox markings used during the stampless cover period) . Milgram, James W . 10 pp ill ’751 .50

224 A A Sequel: "Charge to My Post Office Account ."Milgram, James W .3 ppill’77 .45

199 Clover Port and Kelley’s Island: Postal Markings Oddities .AP3 ppill’71 .45

209 Chicago Postmarks with Initials .Graham, Richard B .3 ppill’72 .45

405 Collecting Transit Markings .Towle, Charles L .8 ppill’731 .20

220 Fancy Townmarks of Cloverport, Kentucky . Jarrett, D . L .5 pp’75 .75

515 Fives and Tens and combinations of 5 or 10 with town names .Norona, Delf5 pp ill’29 .75

425 "FORWARDED BY:"Milgram, James W .9 ppill’791 .25

212 Forwarded Mail and ’Remission’ Labels .Graham, Richard B .3 ppill’72 .45

514 Held for Postage .Milgram, Persson, Leonard8 ppill’791 .20

2603 Ithaca’s Valentine Cancel .Hutchinson, Robert A 2 ppill’70 .30

226 ‘Kicking Mule’ Cancellations . Waud, Morrison5 ppill’76 .750

222 Lykens, PA, Semi-Fancy Townmark .Jarrett, David L .2 ppill’70 .30

520 Markings on advertised letters to 1870 . Milgram, Persson, Leonard 16 ppill’791 .60

517 Postmarks bearing the letters USA .Stegnitz, Paul H .1 pill’46 .15

225 Postal Markings and Services (1851-1860) Their Definition and Classification . Simpson, Tracy W .5 pp’73 .75

206 Registry Marks of U.S. Expositions .Crow, Ray B .3 ppill’76 .45

2503 Rate Markings on U.S. Stampless .Milgram, James W .1 p’61 .15

512 Saga of the ’Kicking Mule .’Kenwiser, Henry M .2 pp’37 .30

2559 Some POs Will Offer 4th July Cancels in Lobby: Some by Mail .STAMPS2 pp’76 .30

216 Ship, Steam, Steamboat & Way Markings . Graham, Richard B .3 ppill’69 .45

291 Special Postal Markings (Precancels) .Schall, G . William3 ppill’78 .45

218 Stampless Period Town and Rate Handstamps .Harris,Robert Dalton 17 ppill’702 .00

511 Standardised Handstamp Cancellations on the Bank Note Issues . Burr, Gilbert M . 56 pp ill’35-36 8 .00

424 Straight Line Town Postmarks after 1855 . Evans, William4 pp’33 .60

423 Straight Line Postal Markings .Chambers, Robert F . 11 ppill’291 .50

205 The American Bishop Mark .ter Braake, Alex L . 4 ppill’75 .60

452 The Twenty-eight Washingtons of U.S. Oettinger, J .A .7 ppill’321 .00

172 The United States 1851 Issue on Cover . Graham, Richard B .3 ppill’74 .45

521 Twentieth Century Fancy Cancellations . Walker, W . & Sente M . 6 ppill’80 .90

201 U.S. Foreign Mail Agreements . AP2 ppill’70 .30

204 U.S. Machine Cancellations .Bond, Arthur H .4 pp’71 .60

367 U.S. Postmarks showing Depreciated Currency Rates 1863-1879 .Coles, William C . 22 ppill’753 .00

202 U.S. Rates and Numerals 1845-1856 (Handstamped Postal Rate Numerals) .AP3 ppill’74 .45

157 "Way" and "Steam" Markings on US 1847 Covers . AP3 ppill’73 .45

426 "Way" Markings .Wieringa, Theron1 pill’71 .15

7054 ‘WAY’ Postmarks .Milgram, J .W .24 ppill’853 .50

211 1827-1830 "Mail Route" Waterways Markings . Graham, Richard B . 3 pp ill ’74 .45

411 1847-56 United States Year-dated Cancellations .Chase, Carroll4 pp’28 .60

7437 A Curious Postmark-A Curious Story . (IAMHN) .Sloane, G .B .1 pill’38 .15

7041 A List of the Waterbury’s .Wittemore, F .B .4 pp’29 .60

2593 "Advertised ."Wieringa, Theron1 p’70 .15

3833 ADVERTISED .Norona, D .3 ppill’35 .45

3858 American Colonial Postal Markings .Connett, E .V .6 ppill’56 .90

3952 An Unusual "Usage" of a Carrier Backstamp .Truax, R .A .1 pill’40 .15

7186 Bull’s Eyes .Hughes, T .C .2 ppill’87 .30

3910 Covers Marked "Fraudulent" .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’77 .30

7261 "E .S . Miller ."Truax, R .A .2 ppill’39 .30

7446 Fancy Cancellations .2 ppill’61 .30

3998 Free City Delivery and Carrier Markings .Wierenga, T .1 p’71 .15

3832 Holton (Holcomb) of Mallet Creek: Postmark Supplier .Graham, R . B .2 ppill’86 .30

7114I FM . Incoming Foreign Mail Cancellations .Atherton, H .P .5 ppill’53 .75

7338 Is Running Chicken Really a Turkey?O’Keefe, D .1 pill’83 .15

7329 Modern Straight Line Cancellations . (1940)Clover, R .S .1 pill’40 .15

3718 Mr . Barry’s Oval Cancellations .Phillips, G .H .5 ppill’80 .75

3717 New Bird in an Old Nest . ("Bird in a Nest" Cancel of NY 1866)Hines, S .1 pill’80 .15

7423 Obsolete Postal Terms Survive on Covers .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’87 .30 3804 Postal "Voided ."1 pill’75 .15

7167 Presidential Postmarks .Brown, W .M .1 p’77 .15

3574 "R" in Blue on Ten-Cent 1847 Cover .Konwiser, H .M .4 ppill’34 .60

3667 Railroad Way .2 ppill’75 .30

3588 Red and Black Postmarks of the United States .Konwiser, H .M .2 pp’51 .30

7376 Something Different in Fancy Cancels . (Hebrew Letters YHVH and Menorah Cancels) Jennings, C .2 ppill’79 .30

7256 Still Kicking! (‘Kicking Mule’ Cancel) .Wright, P .P .3 ppill’83 .45

3900 Strife Creates ‘Mails Suspended’ Covers .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’87 .30

3812 Supplementary Mail Markings on U.S. Postal Cards .Marks, J .G .3 ppill’60 .45

7458 Flags of the Barr-Fyke Machine .Segnitz, P .H .2 ppill’47 .30

3744 The BULLY is a Bully Fancy Cancel .Jarrett, D .L .3 ppill’85 .45

7075 The Case of the Redundant Flag Cancels .Barlow, W .P .2 ppill’63 .30

7061 The Final Kick . The Port Townsend ‘Kicking Mule .’Parker, H .H .3 ppill’54 .45

7061 AThe Port Townsend "Kicking Mule" . Additions & Corrections .Cornell, L .H .2 ppill’55 .30

7187 U.S. Classics . E .S . Zevely, Cumberland, Maryland .Wierenga, T .1 pill’87 .15

3794 U.S. Despatch Agency Markings, 1866-1916 .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’86 .30

7030 U.S. Machine Postmarks From the 1890’s .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’85 .30

7214 "Ward and Adams" .Truax, R .A .2 ppill’38 .30

3864 What’s a Nice Cancel Like You Doing on a Stamp Like This? (Waterbury Running Chicken Cancel on a Revenue Stamp) Trepel, S .R .2 ppill’78 .20

3971 Wheel-of-fortune Cancels Were Widely Used .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’89 .30

3859 19th Century Auxiliary Post Markings .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’85 .30

7313 20th Century Fancy Cancels .Walker, W .C .6 ppill’82 .90

UNITED STATES POSTAL MARKINGS – SLOGANS

3759 ‘Advertised’ Markings Date to Before 1800 .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’87 .30

7295 Checking a Million Defense Stamps For Slogan Cancel Scarcity Ratios . Olson, O .J .4 ppill’82 .60

3675 Early U.S. Machine Cancels With Slogans .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’86 .30

7225 First U.S. Advertising Postmark .Sloane, G .B .1 p’49 .15

7076 Inverts in Postal Slogans .Das, E .2 ppill’63 .30

7367 Read Those Special Cancels-Don’t Just Save Them .Phillips, G .H .4 ppill’77 .60

UNITED STATES POSTAL OFFICIALS

2565 Ben Franklin gets the Postmastership and loses it 21 years later, as a rebel . Kahn, S . S .3 pp’76 .45

2566 Benjamin Franklin - Printer, Author, Inventor, Diplomat, Scientist, Postmaster General .York, Norton D .4 pp’80 .60

458 Benjamin Franklin and the Pioneer Printer-Postmasters Foundation of the U.S. Means & Konwiser11 pp ill’76 1 .50

2564 Dating the Postmaster General .Hecht, Arthur2 pp’66 .30

417 Hunting for Franklin .Gross, E . Tudor12 pp’28 1 .50

302 James Holbrook: Special Agent for U.S. Post Office . Laurence, Michael3 pp ill’75 .45

531 Nathanael Greene on Public Service .Stevens, Theodore A . 3 pp ill’79 .45

2514The Country Postmaster (Autobiography of V . Geddes, Brookfield, Conn . 1941-58) . Hecht, Arthur3 pp’68 .45

542 The First Postmaster: His Life and Times .Kottcamp, H . A .2 pp ill’79 .30

2606 The Reasons for PMG Blair’s Postal Reforms . York, Norton D .2 pp’66 .30

454 The Postmasters General of the U.S.Ball, Charles 1 .4 pp ill’47 .60

307 Thomas Lemuel James, Reform Postmaster in the Gilded AgeWilson, Jeremy5 pp ill’76 .75

3841 A Point of Accuracy . "The Ledger of Benjamin Franklin ."1 p’76 .15

3514 PMG Payne and Postal Pair .Bowyer, M .J .1 p’78 .15

3499 Postmasters General of the United States . #2 Richard Bache .Morse, F .I .1 p’51 .15

3504 Postmasters General of the United States . #3 Ebenezer Hazard .Morse, F .I .1 p’51 .15

3825 Postmasters General of the United States . #4 Samuel Osgood .Morse, F .I .1 p’51 .15

3586 Postmasters General of the United States . #5 Timothy Pickering .Morse, F .I .2 pp’51 .30

7117 Postmasters General of the United States #8 Jonathan Meigs .Morse, F .I .1 p’52 .15

3587 Postmasters General of the United States . #9 John McLean .Morse, F .I .1 p’52 .15

7311 Postmasters General of the United States #11 Amos KendallMorse, F .I .1 p’53 .15

3847 Postmasters General of the United States . Gideon Granger .Morse, F .I .1 p’52 .15

3852 Postmasters General of the United States . Joseph Habersham .Morse, F .I .1 p’52 .15

UNITED STATES POSTAL OPERATIONS

7150Don’t Give Your Postman a Nixie . (Post Office terminology) .1 p’56 .15

UNITED STATES POSTAL RATES

2572 A Very Special Cover to France (British Open Treaty Mail pre-1857 from Western U.S.) . Starnes, Charles J . 1 p’76 .15

373 Ashbrook and Foreign Rate Covers .McDonald, Susan M .3 pp ill’73 .45

627 Canadian Handstamps Representing U.S. Postage .McDonald, Susan M . 7 pp ill’76 1 .00

557 Freight Money Covers and a Reprise .Hahn, Charles12 pp ill’791 .75

483 Notes on Postage Rates to Canada from 1875 (to 1936) .Norona, Delf2 pp’36 .30

2573 Postage Rates to France - 1870-1876 .Wierenga, Theron1 p’76 .15

372 Postal Rates Between China, Hong Kong and U.S., via England 1849-75 . Hargest, George E .13 pp’681 .70

2621 Postal Reform - Cheap Postage .AP5 pp’66 .75

2587 The Ferriage or Exchange Office Rate .Wierenga, Theron1 p’70 .15

484 The French Phantom Rate (1870) .Wierenga, Theron2 pp’76 .30

366 The Retaliatory and Restored Rates on U.S. Mail to Britain .AP3 ppill’70 .45

368 The 1913 Fourth Class Follies .Gobie, Henry M .8 ppill’771 .20

37 U.S. Circular Rate Usages 1845-1861 .Milgram, James W .10 ppill’781 .50

375U.S. Domestic Postal Rates (1792-1855) . Norona, Delf4 pp’28 .60

371U.S. Domestic Postal Rates, 1792-1845 .Graham, Richard B .3 ppill’73 .45

3967 Authorized Non-profit Political Committees? (Bulk third class matter mailed by a qualified political committee .) .Fishburn, F .3 ppill’86 .45

7254 Depreciated Currency Covers: A Note on the Peak Rates .Hahn, C .M .2 ppill’79 .30

3960 Drop Letters .Milgram, J .W .11 ppill’801 .65

3953 High Rates on Early Stampless Covers .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’85 .30

7099 New Parcel Post Rates . Feb . 1, 1960 .1 p’60 .15

7471 New Postal Rates . (Effective April 3, 1988) .1 p’88 .15

3513 Postage Rates During the Stampless Period .Wierenga, T .1 p’71 .20

7473 Rates to Canada Baffle Many U.S. Mailers .Baumann, F .W .2 ppill’90 .30

7472 Selected Domestic Mail Rates: 1968 to Date . (1989) .1 p’89 .15

3658 Short Paid Postage Charge of July 1958 .Tibbils, E .G .1 pill’61 .15

7088 Stampless Covers: High Rate of Postage . (1840 letter with $13 .31 Ľ postage .) . Sabin, W .B .1 pill’60 .15

3848 The One Cent Canadian Postal Card Rate of 1875 .Floyd, F .G .1 p’36 .15

7045 U.S. Domestic Letter Postage Rates-1792-1931 .Norona, D .18 ppill’322 .40

3749 Unprepaid Carrier Letters of 1860-1863 .Wierenga, T .1 pp’71 .15

3819 19th Century Circular and Book Rates .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’85 .30

UNITED STATES POSTAL STATIONERY

7245 A "New York Point System" Postal Card .Fricke, C .A .2 ppill’85 .30

7382 Brief Synopsis of Penny Postal Cards .Mueller, B .R .2 ppill’76 .30

7321 Collecting and Cataloging Entire Envelopes .Perry, T .D .4 ppill’54 .60

7222 Cutouts on Envelopes .Jarrett, D .L .7 ppill’881 .00

3887 Die Making and Notes of 1861 Third Nesbitt Issue .Dickinson, H .S .4 ppill’59 .60

3861 Die Making and Notes on 1863 Fourth Nesbitt Issue .Dickinson, H .S .2 ppill’60 .30

3639 Die Making and Notes on Fifth and Last Nesbitt Issue .Dickinson, H .S .4 ppill’60 .60

7152 Early "Penalty" Envelopes .Perry, T .D .4 ppill’56 .60

7071 Early Stamped Envelopes .Ward, P .H .2 ppill’63 .30

3737 First U.S. Embossed Stamped Envelopes .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’89 .30

7246 Is the Tiffany Die Legend True?Mintz, A .1 pill’86 .15

3750 Making Stamp Dies for Nesbitt Envelopes .Dickinson, H .S .6 ppill’56 .90

3943 No Paper Tiger: The U.S.P .S . Stamped Envelope Agency .Wolfsiffer, K .4 ppill’83 .60

7449 Notes on New U.S. Varieties . The Isaiah Thomas Reply Card Error . (Scott UY32a) . Gulka, J .1 p’82 .15

7013 Pioneer (Souvenir) U.S. Postal Card: "Advertising First Day ."Fricke, C .A .1 pill’84 .15

3730 Postal Card Contractors and Suppliers .Falberg, B .3 ppill’80 .45

7285 Recuts: Fact or Fallacy .Kohr, H .F .5 ppill’50 .75

3981 Reused U.S. Postal Cards .Fricke, C .A .4 ppill’84 .60

7230 Second Die of the 24 Cent Bi-color Envelope Confirmed .Weimer, J .R .1 pill’88 .15

3925 Seeing Double! (Double surcharge of 6 cent airmail surcharged on 2 cent envelope . Scott UC8) .Naves, G .W .1 pill’46 .15

7381 Snippets That Sneaked Through the System . (Postal Stationery "cutouts") . Fricke, C .A .4 ppill’85 .60

7284 The Allentown Adpostals .Berthelot, H .J .7 ppill’811 .00

7218 The First U.S. Postal Cards .Brazer, C .W .1 p’39 .15

3605 The Hancock Shaker Community . (Scott U575) .Lincoln, L .L .2 ppill’77 .30

7131 The Mighty Midget in the Postman’s Bag . The Story of United StatesPostal Cards .Bates, W .6 ppill’52 .90

7364 The Story of the Three Bears . (Scott UX10, UX11 and a privately produced "miniature" card .) .Marks, J .G .3 ppill’58 .45

7293 The U.S. 10 Cent Air Letter . (Scott UC16) .Hahn, G .C .7 ppill’501 .00

3760 Two Additional Dies of the Two Cent Envelope Stamps of 1887-94 .Love, T .R .3 ppill’51 .45

7433 Two Dies for 5 Cent Air Envelope! (Scott UC14 & UC15) .Collins, F .D .1 pill’46 .15

7070 U.S. Envelope Changes . (Sept 12, 1953) . .Perry, T .D .1 p’53 .15

7091 U.S. Envelope Stamps . Master Dies and Hubs .Perry, T .D .13 ppill’551 .75

7092 U.S. Stamped Envelope Knives of 1899 .Perry, T .D .4 ppill’49 .60

7265 United States Dayton Stamp Envelope Dies of 1910 .Perry, T .D .6 ppill’51 .90

7219 United States Envelope Stamps . Some Unrecorded Varieties .Kohr, H .F .7 ppill’501 .00

3626 United States Star Die Envelopes and Their Carrier Usage .Johnstone, D .B .5 ppill’60 .75

3693 Watermarks Identifying Manufacturers of United States Envelope Paper . (To 1950) . Perry, T .D .19 ppill’512 .85

7190$2,000 19th Century Envelope Found . (Scott U171) .1 pill’64 .15

UNITED STATES POSTAL TREATIES

3920U.S. International Treaty Stamps .Lugo, S .13 ppill’831 .95

UNITED STATES PRE-ADHESIVE (STAMPLESS) COVERS

536 Four Colonial Covers Relating to Eleazor Wheelock (Founder and first President of Dartmouth College) . . Johnson, N . J .5 pp ill’71 .75

215 Pictorial Postmark on Pre-stamp Covers . Graham, Richard B . 2 pp ill ’71 .30

553 Quaint Quaker Postmarks on New Jersey Stampless Covers . Coles, William C . 3 pp ill ’70 .45

UNITED STATES PRECANCELS

2646 A Brief on Precancels and a Precancel by Definition .Auld, Norman2 pp’77 .30

2591 Boerger discusses those so-called (1969) Christmas Precancels (Sc 1384a) . . Boerger, Alfred1 p’69 .15

286 Harrisburg (PA) Legislative Precancels (1864-1869) . Christ, E & Graham, R . 2 pp ill ’70 .30

534 Parcel Post Precancels .Gunesch, Adolf1 p’69 .15

291 Special Postal Markings (Precancels) .Schall, G . William3 pp ill’78 .45

2552 The Christmas Story Told in Precancels . Defenbaugh, Chas . R . 1 p’69 .15

448 U.S. Precancel Coils .Gunesch, Adolf1 p’69 .15

7066 Double-line Collecting .Gunesch, A .1 ppill’63 .15

3690 Early Bar Precancels .Frank, R .C .8 ppill’251 .20

7055 Extending Your U.S. 20th Century .Rich, S .G .2 ppill’54 .30

7301 Hand-set and Machine-set Patterns of B11 and B13 .Barrett, L .G .1 pill’39 .15

3867 Harrisburg Legislative Precancels .Hooper, R .M .3 ppill’85 .45

3610 Hawaiian Precancels are Easy to Find, With a Few Exceptions .Kingman, J .2 ppill’92 .30

3826 New Rules Require Handstamps on Precancels .Laurence, M .1 pill’86 .15

7191Object Lesson . Don’t Let the Size of PSS’s Easy-to-use Catalog Faze You . Kingman, J .2 ppill’87 .30

3972 Pioneer Precancels .Gunesch, A .1 pill’66 .15

3962 Popular Way to Collect Precancels . (The synoptic approach) .Gunesch, A .1 pill’61 .15

7014 Precancelled Stampless Covers .Ackerman, H .S .2 pp’31 .30

3973 Precancelling of Kansas and Nebraska Overprints .Gunesch, A .1 p’67 .15

7383 Precancels-1851 .Brien, M .M .2 ppill’48 .30

7294 Remember the Harding Precancels? Stamps Don’t Always Go Up .Herst, H .3 ppill’82 .45

3575 Seeing Illinois Via the Precancel Route .Mulford, M .2 pp’34 .30

7100 Stamp Condition (and Bureau Precancels) .Lyman, F .E .2 pp’65 .30

3787 U.S. Precancels . Bureau Print Liberty, MO . 1˝-Cent Bureau Coil .Gunesch . A .1 p’69 .15

7463 U.S. Precancels . Liberty, MO 1˝-Cent Bureau Precancel .Gunesch, A .1 pill’69 .15

7359 U.S. Precancels . Collecting Commemorative Precancels .Gunesch, A .1 p’67 .15

3607 U.S. Precancels . Differences Between Precancel Types .Gunesch, A .1 pill’70 .15

3788 U.S. Precancels . Three Rare Precancels)Gunesch, A .1 pill’70 .15

UNITED STATES PRODUCTION

7000 Continental Bank Note Company .York, N .D .4 pp’58 .60

3743 Differentiating the Hard and Soft Papers .Sanguinetti, H .1 p’38 .15

7269 Encyclopedia of Designs, Designers, Engravers, Artists of the United States Postage Stamps . Schriber, L .81 ppill’6212 .00

3784 Happy Birthday . Bureau of Engraving and Printing’s Stormy Early History Recalled . Faries, B .4 ppill’87 .60

3834 Identifying Flat-rotary Printing .Collins, F .D .1 pill’46 .15

7192 Patents and Stamps . The Charles F . Steel Patent #70,147 issued in 1867 and the United States Stamp Issues of 1867 to 1875 .Faber, S .G .2 ppill’50 .30

7275Stamp Printing: Wet, "Dry," and No Water at All .Faries, B .3 ppill’82 .45

7224The Design of U.S. Stamps . Criteria Suggested for Evaluating and Comparison of Issues . Lana, R .E .3 ppill’88 .45

3568 The Grill and Other Patents of Charles F . Steel Relating to Postage Stamp Production, 1867-1875 . Haverbeck, H .D .20 ppill’563 .00

7015 The Printing of United States Postage Stamps .Berwick, C .C .3 pp’31 .45

7021 U.S. Has Issued 2,222 Stamps in 14 Decades .Wright, L .3 ppill’87 .45

3897 1916-22 Flat Plate and Rotary Press Issues .Hatton, W .H .2 ppill’85 .30

UNITED STATES PRODUCTION – GUM

7312The Stamp Gum Story: From Shiny to Dull .Faries, B .7 ppill’821 .00

UNITED STATES PRODUCTION – INK

559 Liquid Dyes get a Stamp of ApprovalNeilson, George3 pp ill’71 .45

7258 Review of Encyclopedia of the Colors of United States Postage Stamps . Vol II by Roy H . White .Hahn, C .M .5 pp’83 .75

UNITED STATES PRODUCTION – PERFORATION

7430 Private Perforations .Cabeen, R .M .1 pill’46 .15

UNITED STATES PRODUCTION - PRINTING

505 Printing the Overrun Countries Issue .Steczynski, Myron E . 4 pp ill’76 .60

380 The Reason for the Resumption of Dry Paper Intaglio Printing . York, Norton D .2 pp ill’68 .30

381 The Reason for Suppression of ‘Steam Plate-Printing Machines,’ and Resumption of Use of Four Plate Printing Presses .York, Norton D .3 pp’67 .45

2563 The use of Offset Printing for Hard-to-reproduce items . . Graham, Richard B . 2 pp ill’76 .30

UNITED STATES PROPAGANDA

260 Abolitionist Letter Sheets .Milgram, James W .9 pp ill’711 .25

262 The Charleston SC PO Affair (Anti-slavery Propaganda to Southern States 1835-36) . Rosenblatt, Florence 3 pp ill’76 .45

UNITED STATES PROVISIONALS AND FORERUNNERS

237 Confederate Provisional; Three Camden (SC) Covers .Nielsen, J . V .2 pp ill’68 .30

420 The New York Postmaster’s Provisional . MacGuffin, Paul 24 pp ill ’363 .40

421 The New York Postmaster’s Provisional; A review of this stamp and its Catalog Listings . Boggs, Winthrop S . 8 ppill’52 1 .20

2647 Who has the Stamp? (Alexandria Provisional) . Tebbs, Charles B . 6 pp ill ’64 .90

3745 New York Postmaster Stamp .York, N .D .1 pill’58 .15

7480 New York 5-Cent Envelope .Konwiser, H .M .1 p’49 .15

7481 Provisionals .Rose, J .2 ppill’87 .30

3954 St . Louis "Bear" Stamps .Sloane, G .B .2 ppill’48 .30

3565 The Baltimore Postmaster Stamps – 1845 or 1846?Norona, D .4 ppill’34 .60

UNITED STATES RAILWAY MAIL

402 A Telegram to the ‘Sticks’ (Potomac Postal Cars - Post-Civil War Railway Mail Service) . Harris, Robert D .3 pp’71 .45

2576 An Explanation for Philately: Railway marking on 1827 Boston Cover with brief outline of earliest Railway History . Heinen, R . J . 2 pp ill ’76 .30

495 RPOs North (Michigan Upper Penninsula) . Munson, Cecil E . 3 pp ill ’69 .45

406 The Fast Mail (Fast Mail Postal Service Markings - 1875-1876) .Towle, C .L .3 pp ill’68 .45

407 The Last U.S. Railway Mail Car .Turner, Craig J .5 pp ill’72 .75

494 The Railroad Postmarks of the Route between New York and Philadelphia . Hall, Arthur G .5 pp’43 .75

7133 From the Collection of……(Street car R .P .O . service in U.S.) .Clark, D .N .2 ppill’85 .30

3698 Hear That Train A Comin’?Lamarre, T .2 ppill’87 .30

7303 Manuscript Railroad Postmarks .Remele, C .W .7 ppill’541 .00

7262 Narrow Gauge R .P .O . Postmarks .Truax, R .A .1 pill’39 .15

3649 Origin of U.S. Railway Post Office .2 ppill’60 .30

7434 Railway Mail Service: France Preceded U.S.Cabeen, R .M .1 p’46 .15

3849 The B and O, the Railroad That Grew Up With the U.S.Bateman, C .7 ppill’521 .00

7403 The Danbury and Norwalk Railroad Company .Herr, A .W .1 p’47 .15

7332 The Eastern Railroad .Herr, A .W .1 p’46 .15

7247 The Hudson River Railroad .Herr, A .W .1 p’47 .15

7331 The Last R .P .O .5 ppill’73 .75

7115 The Mad River and Little Miami R .R .Wilkinson, R .M .6 ppill’52 .90

3489 The Michigan Central Railroad: Its Early History & Postmarks .Johnson, C .E .4 ppill’82 .60

7337 The Milwaukee and Mississippi R .R . and its Postmarks .Hustis, R .L .10 ppill’521 .50

3596 The Pioneer Zephyr .Johnson, C .E .5 ppill’83 .75

7399 The Providence and Stonington R .R .Herr, A .W .1 p’46 .15

7236 The Railway Post Offices of Baltimore .Miller, M .25 ppill’393 .75

7273 The Steubenville and Indiana Railroad .Campbell, J .S .5 ppill’50 .75

3722 The Street Railway Post Office in Philadelphia .Clover, R .S .2 ppill’37 .30

3644 Train Robbery Mail .Parks, T .2 ppill’66 .30

7302 U.S. Mail Car . First Experimental Run, July 28, 1862 .Fergus, W .L .1 ppill’54 .15

UNITED STATES REGISTERED MAIL

456 Registry MailKonwiser, Harry M .1 p’38 .15

206 Registry Markings of U.S. ExpositionsCrow, Ray B .3 pp ill’76 .45

583 U . S . Registry before 1855Milgram, James W .1 p’61 .15

7457 Numbers!Gobie, H .M .5 ppill’89 .75

7479 Registry Forerunners Dating the Philadelphia "R" Markings .Hahn, C .M .5 ppill’81 .75

3527 Registry Markings on U.S. Mail .Hahn, M .1 p’38 .15

7274 The United States Registry Seal .Herst, H .2 ppill’82 .30

7082 U.S. Registry Labels . A Preliminary Study .Mueller, B .A .5 ppill’54 .75

UNITED STATES REVENUES

391 Another kind of Sticker with Philatelic Twists . Riley, Richard F . 11 pp ill’771 .50

487 Bibliography of Revenue Stamps of the US Territories, Possessions, and Occupied Areas .

Chabot, Eliot C .14 pp’792 .00

392 Caveat Emptor - 19th Century American Scene (Match and Medicine) . Riley, Richard F .4 pp’75 .60

2527 Common Counterfeits and their Detection: U.S. Revenues Second and Third Issues Documentary and Proprietary Series of 1871-1875 (Scott R103-151) . AP2 pp ill’65 .30

387 Good… Whatever Ails (Barnes Private Die Medicine Stamps RS 15-23, Lyons Manufac . Co . RS 167-8) . Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp ill’70 .30

489 H*A*I*R Private Die Medicine Stamps (RS 15-26, Demas Barnes) . Holcombe, Henry W . 4 pp ill ’71 .60

2500 Imperforate Stamps of U.S. - Department Official Issues Overprinted "SPECIMEN ." Francis, A .P .2 pp’61 .30

2610 Louisiana Feed Stamps 1926-1948 .Hubbard, Elbert S .1 pill’69 .15

393 Louis Robie and his Stamps .Riley, Richard F .6 ppill’76 .90

388 Matches . . Upstream on the Canal: American Match Company of Amsterdam (Scott R012) . Holcombe, Henry W .3 ppill’68 .45

385 Metallic Tax Stamps for Cotton .Bangs, Clarendon2 pp’33 .30

383 Mexico/U.S.A . Revenue Stamps (Occupation of Vera Cruz - 1914) . AP2 pp ill’76 .30

488 Motor Vehicle Tax Stamps . . are they Underpriced? (Scott RV 1-53) .Hahn, George C .1 pill’46 .15

394 Multiples of the U.S. Private Die Proprietary Stamps .Riley, Richard F . 8 pp ill ’74 1 .20

395 New Historical Light on Dr . John Bull (Private Die Proprietary Stamp Note) . Riley, Richard F .3 pp’74 .25

593 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #48: Bennett Peters and Co . Holcombe, Henry W .2 pp’40 .30

567 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #32: Celebrated Bitter Cordial . Holcombe, Henry W .2 pp’38 .30

594 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #49: Dr . D . H . Seelye & Co . Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp ill’40 .30

572 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #44: Dr . M . Perl & Co .Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp ill’38 .30

596 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #51: Dr . S . Brown Sigesmond . Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp ill’40 .30

564 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #29: Frederick Brown .Holcombe, Henry W . 3 pp ill’38 .45

492 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #27: G . G . Green .Holcombe, Henry W . 3 pp ill’38 .45

570 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #42: Jacob Lippman & Bro . Holcombe, Henry W . 1 p ill’39 .15

569 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #40: J . E . Schwartz & Co . Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp ill’39 .30

566 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #31: Johnson Holloway & Co . Holcombe, Henry W . 2 ppill’38 .30

493 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #28: J . W . Campion & Co .Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp’38 .30

571 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #43: Kennedy & Co . Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp ill’39 .30

595 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #50: Mercado and Seully .Holcombe, Henry W . 1 p’40 .15

490 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #25: Rumford Chemical Works . Holcombe, Henry W . 3 pp’38 .45

491 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #26: Rev E . A . Wilson .Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp’38 .30

568 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #37: Thomas E . Wilson, MD .Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp ill’39 .30

565 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #30: T . J . Husband .Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp ill’38 .30

2526 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #52: T . W . Marsden .Holcombe, Henry W . 2 pp’40 .30

597 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: U.S. Proprietary Medicine Co .J . S . Burdsal & Co .Holcombe, Henry W . 4 pp’41 .60

397 Redemption of the Civil War Revenues .Trettin, Kenneth3 ppill’77 .45

2616 Stanley Stearns: Duck Stamp Designer .Chemi, James M .11 ppill’661 .50

398 Survey of U.S. Revenues .Turner, George T .12 pp’411 .50

396 The Case of the Unperceived U.S. Watermark (Scott RS 14d) . Riley, Richard F . 5 pp ill ’77 .75

386 The Low Value Proprietary Stamps of 1871-1875: Plate Varieties . Bedford, C . W .4 pp ill’33 .60

390 The Osgoods of Norwich, Connecticut .Kiener, Bert3 pp ill’73 .45

364 The Revenue Stamps of the Kahului Railroad . .Hill, Russell 0 .2 pp’65 .30

2611 Three on a Match . . .Stamp (14 Benjamin Franklin Match Stamp Scott RO 132) . Holcombe, Henry W . 5 pp ill ’66 .75

382 U.S. Lock Seals: What are they?AP1 p ill’76 .15

563 US Internal Revenue Service Marijuana Tax Stamp is "Transfer ."AP2 pp’71 .30

384 What’s a Hydrometer?Alfano, Louis1 pill’76 .15

389 Will the Real Atwood Please Stand?Holcombe, Henry W .4 ppill’72 .60

3901 A Look at Early Issues of U.S. Tobacco Stamps .Freeman, F .8 ppill’641 .20

3533 "A Nation Tested ." (Liquor Tax Stamps) .Partin, W .1 pill’87 .15

3665 Abram Goldback of Richmond . A Virginia Pioneer in the Match Industry . Holcombe, H .W .3 ppill’61 .45

3837 Alcohol-related Tax and Tax Paid Revenue Stamps .Friedberg, R .2 ppill’93 .30

7384 Collecting Match, Medicine Stamps .Hubbard, E .S .1 p’69 .15

7456 Consular Service Fee Stamps .Dye, J .W .4 ppill’83 .60

3738 Customs Cigar Stamps Beautiful and Topical .Friedberg, R .2 ppill’89 .30

7180 Druggist Forms and Stamps .1 pill’61 .15

3488 Family Right: A Matter of Impostal History .Riley, R .F .2 ppill’82 .30

3912 In Search of the Secluded Silk . (Silk Paper Varieties Scott R1-102) .Higdon, D .5 ppill’84 .75

3500 Insurance Cancellations .Barr, J .H .2 pp’41 .30

7409 Iowa Cellophane Stamps . (Cigarette Tax Stamps) . .Mueller, C .F .1 p’39 .15

7408 Joyce Holding Reveals a Match Stamp’s Story . (Scott RO68 & RO57) . Friedberg, R .2 ppill’91 .30

3741 Nostrum Wizard Cured Neither Disease Nor War . (History of McLean’s R .S . 170) . Riley, R .F .5 ppill’85 .75

3850 Notes on the 50 Cent Mortgage . (Scott R59) .Bacherach, J .L .1 pill’36 .15

7056 Notes on United States Revenues . Cancellations .Nicklin, J .W .1 pill’28 .15

3611 Perf Freaks and Paper Creases on Revenues .Friedberg, R .2 ppill’87 .30

7202 Prediction of the Number of Existing Copies of Rare Stamps From Auction Records . Gates, C .E .2 ppill’92 .30

7001 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes . (Spanish-American War Series) . Addendum .Holcombe, H .W .1 p’58 .15

7417Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: S .D . Howe; J McCullogh .Holcombe, H .W .5 ppill’42 .75

7231 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes . Dr . D . Jayne and Son .Holcombe, H .W .6 ppill’39 .90

3739 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #19 H .R . Stevens .Holcombe, H .W .2 ppill’38 .30

3740 Private Die Proprietary Stamp Notes: #20 Dr . Kennedy .Holcombe, H .W .3 ppill’38 .45

3775 Researcher Discovers ABNC’s Playing Card Past .Martin, P .1 pill’92 .15

7067 Revenue-Secret-Marks . (Proprietary & Documentary Revenue Stamps of 1898) . Hale, R .F .1 p’54 .15

7063 Revenues in Unexpected Places . & The "M & M" Revenues-How They Came About . Holcombe, H .W .3 pp’54 .45

7145 Silver Tax Fiscals Resulted From 1934 Act .Friedberg, R .2 ppill’86 .30

3566 State Excise Stamps Prior to 1930 .Hubbard, E .S .1 p’69 .15

3664 State Fruit Tax Stamps Paid for Promoting Sales . (WA state) .Carver, F .E .1 p’61 .15

3686 The Book Wine Stamps .Lesher, R .E .5 ppill’83 .75

7450 The New "Book-makers" Stamp .Sloane, G .B .1 pill’51 .15

3970 The 10 Cent Certificate Cracked Plate Variety Revenue Stamp .Klink, G .K .2 ppill’80 .30

7046 The 50 Cent Conveyance . (Scott type R5) .Bradbury, W .W .1 pill’31 .15

3540 Two Hundred Tons of U.S. Papers . (The "Sterling" Internal Revenue Stamp "Stubs") . Schuhmacher, H .1 p’56 .15

3955 U.S. Internal Revenue Stamps . 1871 to 1875 .Barr, J .H .1 pill’47 .15

3567 U.S. Narcotic Stamps .Hubbard, E .S .1 pill’69 .15

7181 U.S. Revenue Varieties . (Scott R154)Phoenix, J .1 pill’61 .15

7440 U.S. Varieties . $1 .92 Newspaper Stamp . Cracked Plate (Scott PR71)Sloane, G .B .1 pill’38 .15

7248 United States Beer Stamps-The Aristocrats of Revenues .Ball, C .I .5 pp’47 .75

7223 United States "Foreign" Stamps . (Consular fee stamps)Barton, C .H .1 p’39 .15

7414 United States Migratory Bird Hunting Stamps . (Duck Stamps)Rossi, F .8 ppill’421 .20

7201 Validation of Rarity From Search of Auction Records . (Scott R31c and selected Match and Medicine stamps) Riley, R .F .8 ppill’881 .20

3707 Warner’s Safe Cure Co .Holcombe, H .W .2 ppill’57 .30

7174 When is a Tax Stamp Not a Tax Stamp? (1891 ExportFermented Liquor Stamp) Irwin, R .2 ppill’96 .30

7400 100-Proof Revenues .Partin, W .2 pp’86 .30

UNITED STATES SAVINGS ISSUES

7064 The Fifty-star Flag on U.S. Savings Stamps . (Scott S7) .Peakes, G .L .1 pill’63 .15

UNITED STATES SEALS AND LABELS

288 Customer Pre-sorted Facing slips and Tray Labels . Gitlow, Stuart4 pp ill’79 .60

535 Facing slips .Gitlow, Stuart2 pp ill’79 .30

221 Leominster, Massachusetts Adhesive Labels . Jarrett, David L . 5 pp ill ’78 .75

3964 USPS Pressure Sensitive Package Labels .Gitlow, S .10 ppill’801 .50

UNITED STATES SE-TENANT ISSUES

181 A Primer on Se-Tenants . . .Sarno . Edward F .5 pp ill’75 .75

UNITED STATES SOUVENIR CARDS

287 Non-Philatelic Souvenir Cards: Survey . Delaney, Arthur A . 3 pp ill’71 .45

720 4 Barcelona Souvenir Cards Found Counterfeited .1 pill’72 .15

7451 Souvenir Cards Counterfeited .Criswell, G .2 ppill’82 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIAL DELIVERY

294 International Special Delivery Mail .dos Passos, Cyril F . 7 pp ill’671 .00

457 The Genesis of U.S. Special Delivery System .Markovits, Robert L . 1 p’71 .15

7175 Beginning of U . S . Special Delivery Mail .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’86 .30

3913 Not True to the Die .Gobie, H .M .4 ppill’85 .60

7410 Special Delivery Part-perforate Error Found on the Pacific Coast .Sloane, G .B .1 pill’39 .15

3600 U.S. Special Delivery Issues-Undeveloped Field for Study .Markovitz, R .L .1 pill’68 .15

3937 "When All Else Fails"-Then Authoritatively Expertize . (U.S. Special Delivery cover Oct . 1, 1885) . Gobie, H .M .12 ppill’841 .80

7390 When Special Delivery Was Really Special .Fingerhood, H .2 ppill’82 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1847

308 A Quest for Officially Consummated U.S. 1847 Stamp Contract . York, Norton D .5 pp ill’68 .75

173 Illegal Late use of the 1847 Issue .Hart, Creighton C . 6 pp ill’73 .90

309 The Reason for . . A Contention that the First Issuance of U.S. Postage Stamps was not in 1847, but in 1842 .York, Norton D .1 p’68 .15

2521 1847 Banknote Issue .Unthank, Wilbur F .2 pp’40 .30

7347 Complete Sheets of 1847 Reproductions Discovered .Brookman, L .G .3 ppill’44 .45

7424 How Many 1847 Covers?Hart, C .C .2 ppill’55 .30

7482 Notes on the 1847 Issues of the United States .Kenworthy, W .V .2 ppill’55 .30

7348 Territorial Usage of the United States 1847 Stamps .Chase, C .1 p’46 .15

3827 The Double Transfers of the U.S. Five Cent, 1847 .Ashbrook, S .B .6 ppill’36 .90

3872 The First Stamps of the U.S. Early Usage of the 1847 Issue .Ward, P .H .2 ppill’61 .30

3699 The 1847 Issue .York, N .D .2 ppill’57 .30

3491 The 1847 10-Cent on Cover .Herst, H .1 p’87 .15

7385 Valentines Used With Stamps of the 1847 Issue .MacBride, V.D.12 ppill’481 .80

7404 1847 Valentine Covers .Pope, E .C .6 ppill’57 .90

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1851

3753 Appeal of the Three Cent 1851 .Shaughnessy, L .J .2 ppill’50 .30

7276 Bisected U.S. #36 . Prices Realized Upon Halves of the 12 Cent Imperforate 1851 Issue . (Now Scott 17a)Miller, M .2 pp’29 .30

7483 Identification of Plate 1e Stamps Made Easier by Tests . (Scott 10) .Hahn . C .M .1 pill’85 .15

3835 Paper Variety . (Scott 17-thin paper)Ashbrook, S .B .2 pp’36 .30

7277 Scott #17 Puzzler . Now Ain’t That a Mess?Jennings, C .3 ppill’82 .45

7182 The Inverted Transfers on the 1 Cent of 1851 .Wierenga, T .1 p’72 .15

3687 The 3-Cent 1851 First Day Cover .Thomas, H .M .1 pill’69 .15

7094 U.S. 1-Cent Stamp of 1851, Plate One Early .Neinken, M .L .4 ppill’54 .60

7068 U.S. 1-Cent Stamp of 1851 . Some Notes .Platt, R .S .4 ppill’54 .60

3634 U.S. 1-Cent 1851 . ‘The Big Flaw .’Luerssen, G .V .1 pill’64 .15

3536 Varieties and Recutting Combinations on the 3 Cent 1851 .Wierenga, T .2 ppill’70 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1851-1856

408 Some Notes on the US 5˘ 1856 .Ashbrook, Stanley B . 2 pp’41 .30

3680U.S. Stamps of the 19th Century . The 1851-1856 Issue .Chase, C .4 ppill’38 .60

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1851-1857

186 US 1˘ Stamp of 1857: A New Look at Plate #5 .Wagshal, Jerome13 pp ill’701 .75

159 90-cent US Stamps of the 1857, 1861, and 1869 Issues .Baker, David J .2 pp ill’68 .30

3517 Collecting the U.S. 3 cent 1851-57 Stamps and Other Stamps of the Issue . Simpson, T .W .7 ppill’511 .00

3842 The U.S. Ten-Cent Stamp of 1855-57 .Ashbrook, S .B .89 ppill’3613 .00

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1851-1860

7443 A Color Study of the 3-Cent 1851-60 Issues .Hahn, C .M .2 pp’78 .30

3855 Early Used Covers of the 12-Cent Stamps of the 1851-60 Definitives .Fisher, L .S .1 pill’70 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1851-1861

7418 Out of Sight, But Not Out of Mind . (One cent issue 1851-61) .Neinken, M .L .4 ppill’77 .60

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1855-1857

3546 United States, 1855-1857 Issues . No Dream, This One!Fiero, E .A .6 ppill’51 .90

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1856

3894 Why the 1856 5-Cent Jefferson?York, N .D .2 pp’64 .30

3982 Why the 5-Cent Jefferson, Scott 12?York, N .D .1 pill’58 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1857

3645 The 30-cent of 1857 . Earlier Use Than Previously Recorded .Hamer, R .2 ppill’58 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1857-1860

3681 U.S. Stamps of the 19th Century . The 1857-1860 Issues .Chase, C .4 ppill’38 .60

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1857-1861

3569 Earliest Known U.S. 1857-1861 Issue .Shields, O .1 pill’83 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1860-1890

7327 The Postmaster General’s Postage Stamp . Ninety Cent Issue .Turner, C .J .33 ppill’735 .00

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1861

150 A First Day Cover of the 1861 Issue .AP2 pp ill’75 .30

188 Black Jacks used Abroad .Wolf, Paul J .4 pp ill’74 .60

580 Black Jacks Abroad - An Update .Wolf, Paul J .6 pp ill’80 .90

180 Collateral Material and a US ‘Black Jack’ Collection .Ruthrauff, Raymond W . 5 pp ill ’75 .75

171 The 1861 Premieres Gravures - A status change .Graham, Richard B . 3 pp ill ’73 .45

154 The 10 cent "First Design" of the 1861 Issue .AP3 pp ill’70 .45

2580 1861 Issue - as Non-normal stamps .York, Norton D .3 pp’66 .45

3746 A Problem Concerning the 10-Cent 1861 Type 2 U.S. Postage Stamp . dos Passos, C .F .5 ppill’56 .75

3746 AThe 10-Cent 1861 Type 2 With ‘Tag’ Markings .dos Passos, C .F .2 ppill’59 .30

7146 Comments on the 3-Cent Pink of 1861 .Wylie, W .W .1 p’55 .15

3800 Earliest Known Uses of U.S. 1861 Stamps .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’87 .30

3608 Identifying Grill Types on U.S. 1861 Stamps .Hatton, W .H .2 ppill’84 .30

7047 In the Catalog of U.S.-But They Don’t Exist . (Scott 60, 60a & 70b) .Rich . S .G .1 p’48 .15

3547 The Black Jack "Preston" Shift .Hahn, C .M .12 ppill’851 .80

3668 The Initial U.S. 1861 Issue .York, N .D .9 ppill’611 .35

7333 U.S. Adhesives of 1861-Day of Issue .Perry, E .1 p’38 .15

3682 U.S. Stamps of the 19th Century . The 1861 issue .Chase, C .5 ppill’38 .75

3640 U.S. 1861, 33 Facts Concerning the August Issue .Perry, E .4 pp’33 .60

7286 3-Cent 1861 Stamp Offers Many Possibilities .Hatton, W .2 ppill’86 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1863

7444 A Black Jack Puzzler . (1888 New York City Cover)Ruthrauff, R .W .2 ppill’82 .30

7352 Why Jackson’s Portrait on the 2-Cent Black Jack?Baker, H .J .1 p’65 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1867

3683 U.S. Stamps of the 19th Century . The 1867 Issue .Chase, C .4 pp’38 .60

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1869

161 The US 1869 Issue: A General History . Birkinbine, John4 pp ill’69 .60

162 The U.S. 1869 Issue: Collecting Aspects .Birkinbine, John9 pp ill’691 .35

163 The U.S. 1869 Issue: Some interesting 3˘ Stamps .Birkinbine, John6 pp ill’69 .90

7211 The 3 Cent Issue of 1869 .Lederer, H .A .2 ppill’38 .30

3684 U.S. Stamps of the 19th Century . The 1869 Issue .Chase, C .5 ppill’38 .75

7037 United States 1869 Issue: Once Rejected But Now Respected .York, N .D .8 pp’641 .20

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1870

7147 Double Impression National Bank Note 3 Cent . (Scott 147b) .1 pill’57 .15

3895 Why the 1870 Grilled 12 Cent is a Rarity Unused .Carter, E . F . & McGee, J .F .2 pp’45 .30

3553 1870 2-Cent Jackson . A Stamp Design Mystery . (Scott 135) .Williams, E .F .1 pill’67 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1870-1873

7183 Recent Article and a Rediscovered Stamp Reopen Old Debate on the 24 Cent Continental . (Scott 164) Laurence, M .2 ppill’86 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1870-1879

3843 Distinguishing the U.S. 2 Cent Stamps of 1870-1879 .Rich, S .G .2 ppill’49 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1870-1881

7353 3-Cent Bank Notes Divided by Paper, Engraving .Hatton, W .H .2 ppill’86 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1870-1883

7360 Variety of Challenges to Choose From With 2 Cent Jackson Bank Note .Rose, J .2 ppill’85 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1870-1887

3719 Notes on the U.S. 3 Cent Green .Andres, P .G .3 ppill’51 .45

7287 The U.S. 3-Cent Green, 1870-1887 .Bonesteel, C .H .4 ppill’50 .60

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED - BANKNOTE 1870-1890 ISSUES

414 Colors and Dates on the 20 1890 .Rich, Stephen G .2 pp’51 .30

2598 Distinguishing the Banknotes .Wierenga, Theron1 p’70 .15

574 High values of the Banknotes on cover . AP2 pp ill’71 .45

498 The Banknote Issues of 1870-90 .Brookman, Lester G . 69 pp ill’41 9 .00

182 The 904 small Banknote of 1890 on original cover .Searing, Richard M .3 pp ill ’77 .45

187 The U.S. Banknote Issues .Waud, Morrison4 ppill’73 .60

576 US Banknote issue - 10-cent Jefferson 1870-1889 .Perry, E .7 ppill’32 1 .00

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1873

3926 Discovery-Scott 164 Now a Fact!Weinberg, R .L .1 p’79 .15

7484 U.S. Varieties . Double Paper Stamps of 1873 .Sloane, G .B .1 p’39 .15

71181873 ‘Secret Marks’ or ‘Die Cancellations’ Controversy .York, N .D .3 pp’73 .45

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1873 – OFFICIAL

366 3The 1-Cent Navy Double Overprint Error .Mooz, W .E .2 ppill’87 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1873-1879

3828 Notes on Shifted Transfers . 10 Cent Bank Notes .Bedford, C .W .3 ppill’31 .45

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1878-1881

7266 Notes on the U.S. 3-Cent Green 1878-1881 .Hargest, G .E .7 ppill’571 .00

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1879

7126 A New Cracked Plate . (2-cent banknote 1879, Scott 183) .Wierenga, T .1 pill’72 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1879-1890

3983 American Bank Note Co ., 1879-1890 Issues .York, N .D .2 pp’58 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1883

7027Collecting the U.S. 2-Cent Red Brown of 1883 .Hatton, W .H .3 ppill’86 .45

7396 Notes on U.S. No . 210 .Willard, E .L .13 ppill’461 .95

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1887

3829 The U.S. Two-Cent Green of 1887 .Jones, H .M .4 ppill’36 .60

3933 The 3-Cent Vermilion Was a Bank Note Misfit .Herst, H .2 ppill’88 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1890

7017Notes on Shifted Transfers—2-Cent 1890 .Bedford, C .W .3 ppill’31 .45

7259 The Flames and Thin Shanks on the 1-Cent 1890 . &Michales, W .C . Notes on the Flames and Thin Shanks on the 1-Cent 1890 .Hahn, M .8 ppill’391 .20

7122The 4-Cent Lincoln of the 1890 Issue . Does it Exist Printed on Both Sides? Kelley, B .1 p’80 .15

3650 2-Cent Carmine . New Yorker Finds Earlier First Use for 1890 Stamp .Lidman, D .1 p’61 .15

7101 United States: 1890 2-Cent Date of Issue .Piper, E .D .1 p’57 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1890-93

158 1890-93 Issue: A Study of Heads .Angold, Francis5 pp’67 .75

3984 The 1890-92 Issue .York, N .D .2 ppill’58 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1892

3985 The Columbian Exposition Stamps .York, N .D .2 pp’58 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED - COLUMBIAN ISSUE OF 1893

2581 The Columbian Issue of 1893 .Brookman, Lester G .2 pp ill’76 .30

506 The Columbian Stamp Scheme of 1894 .Thomas, Edmund B .2 pp ’79 .45

168 US Columbian Issue: the "Big Q" of 1893 .Dreyfus, Daniel A .5 pp’68 .75

410 20 Added years of Research on the 2˘ Columbian .Copeland, L . H .8 pp ill’62 1 .20

3763 Newly Discovered Design Differences Make Some 5-Cent Columbian Proofs Essays . Rosenthal, J .2 ppill’86 .30

3754 The American Indians on our Columbian Commemoratives .Mook, M .A .2 ppill’57 .30

3528 The Two Cent Columbian . & 20 Added Years of Research on the 2-Cent Columbian . Copeland, L .H .21 ppill’633 .00

3507 U.S. Columbian 2-Cent Plate Varieties .Brink, W .C .5 ppill’39 .75

7221 U.S. Columbians Historical Notes From "Harpers Round Table" of 1896-97 .1 p’39 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1894

2531 The Reason for two types of the 1894 l˘ stamp .York Norton D .1 p’65 .15

3988 1894 $1, Types 1 and 2 . Why?York, N .D .1 pill’58 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1895-1898

3691 The Issue of 1895-1898 .York, N .D .2 ppill’59 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1898

3670 The Mystery of the Trans-Miss 5 Cent Design Solved . (Scott 288) & Origin of Fremont Design . Herst, H .4 ppill’61 .60

3986 The One-cent Omaha .Trettin, K .2 ppill’80 .30

3989 Trans-Mississippi Issue of 1898 .York, N .D .1 pill’58 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1902

7140The Five-Cent U.S. 1902 Imperforate .1 pill’63 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED - 1902-1903 ISSUES

2618 The 1902-1903 IssueKing, Beverly S .36 pp ill’315 .00

2530 The Reason for non-postage use of $2 (312) and $5 (313) .York, Norton1 p’65 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1907

7002 Some Background on the Jamestown Issue . (Scott 328-30) .Herst, H .4 ppill’80 .60

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1908

3764 Complex History Makes #519 A Treasured Stamp .Schumacher, P .1 pill’93 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1908-1922

7095 Reasons for Changes in 1908-21 Series .York, N .D .5 pp’63 .75

3747 United States A140 Made Simple .Pollock, L .W .3 ppill’57 .45

SPECIALIZED - 1913 ISSUE

160 Panama Pacific Exposition IssueBaker, Philip E .4 pp ill’78 .40

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1914

3820Scott’s U.S. 424b Found Postmarked Mount Vernon, Wash .McConnell, E .1 p’75 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1916-1917

3659 Strange Case of the U.S. 1916-17 30-Cent Unwatermarked, Perf 10, Stamp . Chemi, J .4 ppill’61 .60

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1916-1923

7073 Look-alike Stamps Have Different Values .Hotchner, J .M .2 ppill’89 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1917

7184 New Discovery on Sheet Format of the A .E .F . Panes .Lawrence, K .2 ppill’95 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED - 1917-20 ISSUES

419 The US Issue of 1918-20 .Lybarger, Donald F . 41 pp ill’37 6 .00

2529 The Thompson Creation: US War Stamp of 1917 .Hartmann, Leonard H . 1 p ill ’65 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1918-1923

3927 Five Types of Offset Printed 2-Cent Washington .Hatton, W .3 ppill’85 .45

3928 Offset 3-Cent and Rotary Press Sheet Stamps .Hatton, W .3 ppill’85 .45

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1920

7435 Pilgrim Tercentenary Commemorative Stamps of 1920 . Van Amburgh, J .E .1 p’38 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1922-1925

3801 The 1922-25 Set .Rose, J .2 ppill’88 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1922-1930

3830 The Hayes Eleven-Cent Stamp . (Scott 563) .Frampton, R .10 pp’311 .50

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1923

7172 A Half Millimeter Makes a Big Difference . (2 cent Harding memorial issue) .O’Keefe, D .1 pill’86 .15

7212 Plating Centerline Blocks of the Imperforate 2 Cent Harding of 1923 . Redhed, W .S . & Steimley, L .L .8 ppill’381 .35

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1929

3540 General Anthony Wayne, A Mason . ("Battle of Fallen Timbers" issue) . Needham, R .M .2 ppill’56 .15

7028 George Rogers Clark Commemorative Stamp . (Scott 651) .Purcell, G .W .2 pp’31 .30

3534 Light’s Golden Jubilee . (Scott 654-656) .LaMarre, T1 pill’87 .15

3821 Newton, Kansas . (Scott 658-668 Kansas overprints) .Herst, H .2 pp’82 .30

7018 The Story of the Stamp . (George Rogers Clark issue-Scott 651) .Ploch, C .A .2 pp’31 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1932

289 George Washington: Trouble with his portraiture!Henhoeffer, George9 pp’75 .50

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1934

3542 Wisconsin Tercentennial Commemorative Stamp . 1634-1934 .Wiese, N .H .1 pill’56 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1937

3535 The Northwest Ordinance . (Scott 795) .Millman, D .1 pill’87 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1938

7096 A Unique 30-Cent Deep Blue T . Roosevelt "Presidential ." (Scott 830)1 pill’60 .15

7469 Iowa Stamp Design . (Scott 838) .McGee, J .F .1 pill’38 .15

7412 Swedish-Finnish Tercentenary Issue . (Scott 836) .Hahn, G .C .4 ppill’42 .60

7213 United States Postage Stamps of 1938 .Kimble, R .A .12 ppill’391 .80

3934 10-Cent Prexys Common, But Some Usages Scarce .Suffet, S .L .2 ppill’88 .30

7141 ˝-Cent Prexy Cover Singles Impossible to Discover . (Scott 803) .Suffet, S .L .2 ppill’88 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1940

598 Much Defense and Criticism meets Pony Express Stamp (Scott 894) . Weekly . Phila . Gossip1 p’40 .15

7350 Defense Issue Part-perforates . (Scott 899-901) .Sloane, G .B .1 p’42 .15

7349 Wyoming Statehood Stamp . (Scott 897) .Hahn, G .C .9 ppill’451 .35

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1942

3597 Chinese Commemorative Issue . (Scott 906) .Hahn, G .C .5 ppill’45 .75

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1944

7351 The Telegraph Centenary Stamp . (Scott 924) .Glass, S .7 ppill’441 .00

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1947

7288 Thomas A . Edison Commemorative Stamp . (Scott 945) .Hahn, G .C .15 ppill’502 .25

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1948

575 Statuarius Philatica: Solon Hannibal Borglum (Scott# 973) .Pedersen, Aksel Sand 2 pp ill ’79 .30

7405 Who Are the American Turners? (Scott 979) .Hoffman, H .1 p’48 .15

7113 George Washington’s Age . (Washington Bicentennial Issue Scott 704-15) .1 p’53 .15

7322 William Penn and His Holy Experiment . (Scott 724) .Weinberg, I .4 ppill’52 .60

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1953

7366 South of the Gila . The Story Behind the Stamp . (Scott 1028) .Graf, R .M .2 ppill’59 .30

7006 The Perry Stamp Design . (Scott 1021) .Faries, B .13 ppill’801 .95

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1954

7169 Lincoln, Douglas and Volk . The Story Behind the Stamp . (Scott A 483) . Graf, R .M .2 ppill’58 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1957

7148 A U.S. Issue is Born . International Naval Review Issue . (Scott 1091) .2 ppill’57 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1958

7452 Noah Webster, Journalist, Scholar, Lexicographer . (Scott 1121) .Fenner, F .2 ppill’58 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1959

7097 New 4-Cent Seaway Plate Numbers Found . (Scott 1131, Plate 26343) .1 p’63 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1960

7176 Broken Circles on Key ‘Credo .’ (Scott 1142) .Lustig, J .1 pill’61 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1961

7038 Senator George W . Norris, 1961 Centennial Stamp-Sketches and Rejected Models . (Scott 1184) . Faries, B .2 ppill’61 .30

7019 The 50th Anniversary of Naval Aviation . The Pictorial Story of the Development of This 1961 Commemorative Stamp . (Scott 1185) .2 ppill’61 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1962

7065 Source of the Homestead Stamp Design . (Scott 1198) .1 p’63 .15

7278 Will the Real Designer Please Stand Up? (Scott 1193) .Faries, B .17 ppill’812 .50

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1963

2601 Art and the Science Stamp (Sc #1237) .Faries, Belmont7 pill’631 .00

2617 Flags of the Americas (Sc #1234) .Faries, Belmont5 ppill’63 .75

2520 Historic Flag Series (Sc #1345-1354) .AP5 ppill’68 .75

2554 The Lincoln Profiles by Brady (Sc #1282) . AP2 ppill’66 .30

2590 The 6˘ Roosevelt Prominent American .Strake, Steven2 pp’70 .30

7185 Premo’s Photo . (Scott 1236 Eleanor Roosevelt issue) .1 pill’64 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1964

7039 Story of the Creation of Memorial Stamp for John Fitzgerald Kennedy .2 ppill’64 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1965

3655 On the Record: Adlai Stevenson . (Scott 1275) .Faries, B .9 ppill’671 .35

3614 On the Record: Christmas 1965 . (Scott 1276) .Faries, B .5 ppill’67 .75

3556 On the Record: International Telecommunications Union .Faries, B .4 ppill’67 .60

3609 On the Record: Robert Fulton . (Scott 1270) .Faries, B .6 ppill’66 .90

3629 On the Record: Settlement of Florida . (Scott 1271) .Faries, B .11 ppill’671 .65

3615 On the Record: Traffic Safety . (Scott 1272) .Faries, B .5 ppill’66 .75

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1966

3661 On the Record: Humane Treatment of Animals . (Scott 1307) .Faries, B .4 ppill’67 .60

3791 On the Record: Indiana Statehood . (Scott 1308) .Faries, B .4 ppill’67 .60

3554 On the Record: Migratory Bird Treaty . (Scott 1306) .Faries, B .5 ppill’67 .75

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1967

3555 Eakins Stamp: Its Production . (Scott 1335) .Lidman, D .2 ppill’67 .30

3765 Inverted Flag on U.S. Astronaut Space Stamp . (Scott 1331-2) .1 pill’68 .15

7040 On the Record: Twin Space Stamps . (Scott 1331-2) .Faries, B .10 ppill’691 .50

7241 The Marshall Plan . (Scott 1289) .Hunter, W .R .2 ppill’79 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1968

7154 A New Die Proof for Holmes and How to Identify it . (Scott A720) .Faries, B .3 ppill’80 .45

7386 Letter About American Flags . (Scott 1345-1354) .Lentz, W .D .1 p’69 .15

7267 On the Record: Arkansas River Navigation . (Scott 1358) .Faries, B .4 ppill’70 .60

7279 On the Record: Hemis Fair ’68 . (Scott 1340) .Faries, B .5 ppill’70 .75

3935 On the Record: Historic Flags . (Scott 1345-1354) .Faries, B .9 ppill’701 .35

3548 On the Record: John Trumbull . (Scott 1361) .Faries, B .7 ppill’711 .00

7270 The Ghost of Lucy Stone . (Scott 1293) .Arango, G .1 pill’79 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1969

7334 On the Record: Crippled Children . (Scott 1385) .Faries, B .5 ppill’72 .75

7249 On the Record: Dartmouth College Case . (Scott 1380) .Faries, B .4 ppill’72 .60

7323 On the Record: William Harnett . (Scott 1386) .Faries, B .7 ppill’721 .00

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1970

7328 On the Record: Edgar Lee Masters . (Scott 1405) .Faries, B .7 ppill’731 .00

7324 On the Record: Maine Statehood . (Scott 1391) .Faries, B .5 ppill’72 .75

7335 On the Record: Natural History . (Scott 1387-1390) .Faries, B .8 ppill’721 .20

7326 On the Record: Stone Mountain Memorial . (Scott 1408) .Faries, B .7 ppill’731 .00

7304 On the Record: South Carolina . (Scott 1407) .Faries, B .6 ppill’73 .90

7325 Wildlife Conservation . (Scott 1392) .Faries, B .7 ppill’731 .00

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1972

7159 New 7-Cent Franklin Stamp at SEPAD ’72 . (Scott 1393D) .Stets, R .J .3 ppill’72 .45

7074 Who’s Who on U.S. Stamps . Sidney Lanier, Poet . (Scott 1446) .Thomas, R .1 pill’89 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1974

3802 A New Tagging Flaw Unveiled . (Scott 1548) .Roling, P .V .2 ppill’77 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1975

7173 Brothers Find Rare L-perf Stamps . (Scott 1596d) . .1 pill’91 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1976

2555 Adolph S . Ochs, Publisher (Sc #1700) . Tower, Samuel A .5 pp ill’76 .75

3977 The U.S. 1976 Bicentennial Mural Souvenir Sheets .Brett, G .W . & De Voss, J .T .24 ppill’813 .50

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1978

7112 Quilting: An American Tradition . (Scott 1745-8) .Sente, M .J .3 ppill’78 .45

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1979

7374 Perfing for a Rarity . (John Paul Jones-Scott 1789) .Faries, B .2 pp’80 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1979-1980

7413 Olympian Issues .Wilner, K .7 ppill’801 .00

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1980-1995

7289 Series’ Varieties Include Perfs, Tagging . (Great Americans Series) .Youngblood, W .L .2 ppill’88 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1981

7445 Notes on New U.S. Varieties . A Dull Gum 7 Cent Franklin With a Silly Ľ mm Difference . (Scott 13930) .Gulka, J .1 p’82 .15

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1985

7464 Korean Vets Claim U.S. Stamp Design Depicts Them . (Scott 2152) .McCarty, D .2 ppill’85 .30

UNITED STATES SPECIALIZED – 1986

7020 $5 Harte Stamp Shows Double Entry . (Scott 2196) .Brett, G .W .2 ppill’87 .30

UNITED STATES STAMPS AS CURRENCY

3991 When Stamps Were Limited Legal Currency .York, N .D .1 p’58 .15

UNITED STATES – ALABAMA

463 Claiborne, A . T . 1818 to 1978 .Starnes, D . Edward3 pp ill’78 .30

7402 Mobile, Alabama .Baker, H .J . & J .D .1 p’67 .15

UNITED STATES – ALASKA

3007 Early Alaska Postal History .Konwiser, H .M .1pp '44 .15

546 Wales, AK: Westernmost Point on the Continent .Moyer, Dick2 pp ill’79 .30

2549 Alaska - the Early Years .Matejka, Jas . J .15 pp’672 .25

3735 Alaska Bush Mail .Clifton, R .B .4 ppill’85 .60

7143 Alaska . Postal History .Couch, J .S .85 ppill’5712 .00

3619 Arctic Air Flight ‘Fantasy .’Goldstein, B .S .1 pill’64 .15

7158 Dog Sled Mail . Bering Sea Island Has Last U.S. Route . (1958) .1 p’58 .15

7081 Early Fairbanks, Alaska Postmark .Woodall, R .G .1 pill’63 .15

7474 Hot Springs, Alaska .Couch, J .S .5 ppill’53 .75

3808 Mail on the Wing or the Passing of the Dog Team .Couch, J .S .4 ppill’51 .60

3498 North to Alaska . A Philatelic Journey Through the Inside Passage .Pendleton, S .2 ppill’89 .30

7207 Philately Below Zero . (With list of post offices in Alaska on Sept 1, 1949 and corrections) . Couch, J .S .5 ppill’49 .75

UNITED STATES – ARIZONA

547 An Apache Pass A . T . Cover .Renner, George T .1 pill’79 .15

315 Mail Run to Shangri-La: Last Pack Mail Run in the US . Chemi, James M .4 ppill’76 .60

317 Old Camp Grant, AT: Fort in Apache Territory .Jarrett, David L . 3 pp ill ’70 .45

318 Star Route Mail Frauds of 1870-1880 .Jones, Margaret5 pp ill’72 .75

316 The George L . Leach Correspondence; "Robbed by Highwayman" Marking Starts Devil’s Canyon Search . Fine, Harry L .15 pp ill’72 2 .00

320 Tucson’s Pre-Territorial Postal History .Williamson, A . K . 6 pp ill ’69 .90

319 William H . Hardy: A ‘Hardy’ Arizona PM . Riggs, John R .6 pp’69 .90

3523 Dragoon, Arizona Post Office Centennial .Lutgendorf, A .L .1 pill’81 .15

3670 The Phoenix Story . Water Brings Life to Arizona’s Salt River Valley . A Metropolis in the Desert . Crehan, F .5 ppill’61 .75

3143 Apaches Attack Eastbound Butterfield Stage: 1861 .Alexander, W .2pp ill '69 .30

UNITED STATES - ARKANSAS

227 Civil War Federal Occupation Covers .AP2 ppill’71 .30

464 Fort Towson, AR 1824-54 .Fine, Harry L .2 ppill’69 .30

321 The Saga of Larue .Phillips, George H .8 ppill’781 .20

UNITED STATES – ARKANSAS TERRITORY

7462 The First Hundred Years of United States Territorial Postmarks, 1787-1887, Arkansas Territory . . Chase, C . & Cabeen, R .M .11 ppill’411 .50

UNITED STATES – CALIFORNIA

3207 An 1848 Letter Tells the Tale of California 's Gold Rush Days .Perry, E .7pp ill '65 1 .00

3218 Classical Californias, A Startling Find . (Revenues) Vanderhoof, E . 1pp ill '41 .15

3234 Early California Pathfinders .Carlson, G . 1pp ill '82 .15

3231 San Francisco Folded Lettersheet of 1850 's Urged Folks Back Home to Write Lonesome Pioneers .Chemi, J .M . 2pp ill '65 .30

3166 Scarce 1849 San Francisco Cover Bares Saga of Voyage 'Round Cape Horn . Fine, H .L . 4pp '63 .60

3163 The Flags of California . Pope, P . 3pp ill '76 .45

3034 "Via Nicaragua" The Corruption and Danger Connected With It . Hertz, A .J . 6pp ill '4 .90

2636 Westward Ho, 1861-62: A Family Saga Recorded by Four Old Covers . Waynflete, W . 3pp ill '65 .45

2925 Adversity in California . (1857 & 1859 miners letters from California .) Fine, H .L . 2pp ill '81 .30

2971 Five Early California Postmarks . Carlson, G . 1pp ill '81 .15

2550 A Baker’s Dozen (1874 Cover from Saxony to California, with 13 California Postal Marking and Cancels) . Dillingham, Matt2 ppill’63 .30

323 Around Cape Horn to California (1849) .Fine, Harry L .4 ppill’75 .60

324 Early Opening of Marysville CA Post Office .Fine, Harry L .3 ppill’74 .45

322 California to Massachusetts 1845-47 .Brazer, Clarence W . 5 pp ill’32 .75

624 Canada’s Queens to Australia (via San Francisco) .Henhoeffer, George A .3 pp’75 .30

460 New York to California via Panama .Wierenga, Theron3 pp’69 .45

326 Pacific Coast Postal Service before the Gold Rush .Norona, Delf11 pp’321 .50

466 San Francisco Earthquake letters .Milgram, James W .5 pp’76 .75

2644 The Retrenchments of 1859 (Mail Routes to and from California) . Wierenga, Theron1 p’77 .15

465 Unique 1850 Marysville Postmark .Fine, Harry L .3 pp ill’72 .30

325 1849 and the Gold Fields: Two voyages to California . Milgram, James W . 7 pp ill ’73 1 .00

2635 1850 Miners Letter from California .Milgram, James W .2 pp’63 .30

3638 A California Post Office . (San Francisco, 1849-1850) .Taylor, B .4 ppill’86 .60

3950 A California 40 Cover to Great Britain .Milgram, J .W .1 pill’72 .15

7299 A Hectic Start . San Francisco P .O .2 ppill’54 .30

3659 California Ocean Mail . "PER STR ISTHMUS PER STR COLUMBUS ." Nathan, M .C .3 ppill’67 .45

3856 California Post Offices-Columbia .1 pill’68 .15

3796 California Rates of Postage 1847-1863 .Paige, S .C . & Polland, W .S .1 p Unk .15

7090 Early California Postmarks and Their History .Hertz, A .J .9 ppill’491 .35

3602 Ghost Towns . The Story of Clifton, California .Polland, W .S .3 ppill’65 .45

3512 Gold Rush Town Spelling . (Coloma, California) .Sawyer, E .O .1 p’51 .15

3695 James M . Hutchings, California Illustrator .Hertz, A .J .8 ppill’601 .20

7178 Overland to California . (The James C . Porter correspondence)Fine, H .L .12 ppill’731 .80

3688 Postal No Man’s Land: ’49 Across the Wide Missouri .Lewis, J .F .2 pp’82 .30

3904 Redwood City, CA . Postmasters Provisional Handstamp . (2/10/84 0 .1 cent Postage Paid) . 1 pill’84 .15

3511 Reeds City Dispatch Post . (Pioneer San Francisco Private Post) . Jessup, E .B .3 ppill’51 .45

3951 Research Technique in Compiling "A Century of California Post Offices ." Frickstad, W .N .7 pp’561 .00

7011 The Post Office in Virginia, California, 1902 .1 p’84 .15

3736 Via Placerville-and Before .Hertz, A .J .6 ppill’51 .90

7144 Western Mail Service in 1855 .Wierenga, T .1 p’72 .15

UNITED STATES – CANAL ZONE

346 A New Canal Zone Error (Scott OX5) .De Voss, James T .6 pp ill’70 .90

345 An Unreported Double Transfer: 5˘ 1922 Series, Perf . 11 . Brett, G .W .; De Voss, J .T .3 ppill’75 .45

478 Canal Zone: The First Stamp .Plass, Gilbert N .7 pp ill’771 .00

349 Canal Zone: Mystery of 63 years Solved (Scott 24d) .Plass, Gilbert N . 1 p ill’69 .15

348 Canal Zone #23 Early Usage Noted .Gavelek, J . A .I pill’76 .15

2615 Common Counterfeits and their Detection (Canal Zone #15) .AP2 pp ill’65 .30

2608 Engineer’s Attempt to Demolish Silver Bridge .De Voss, James T . 1 p ill ’66 .15

2571 Honors for Persistence (Canal Zone/Norway) .Presfrud, Stuart H . 2 pp ill ’76 .30

480 Last days of the Canal Zone Postal Service, and its History .Schwarz, Rick5 pp ill’79 .75

477 New table of Pioneer Canal Zone Cancellations Aids in Detection of Counterfeits . Brooks Floyd R .2 pp’62 .30

347 Punch Perforations of Canal Zone .Dunaway, Wes4 pp ill’67 .60

479 The only Stamp of its Kind in the World? (Forgery of J15) .Rossback, J . Howard 4 ppill ’63 .60

7342 A Stamp With a Scent . (1905 8 cent on 50 cent bistre brown without "Canal Zone") .Cron, A .C .1 p’45 .15

3786 Canal Zone 1904-06 One Cent Green Unused Found With Double Overprint .1 pill’69 .15

7343 First Canal Zone Issue . Makeshift Creations .Sicker, J .2 ppill’83 .30

3785 New First Date for Canal Zone UC2a .1 pill’69 .15

3632 Postal History of the Canal Zone .2 ppill’64 .30

3564 Prohibited Importation .Koffsky, P .L .1 pp’69 .15

3666 Rarities Exist Among Canal Zone Overprints .O’Keefe, D .2 ppill’87 .30

3633 Report on Action to Restrain International Reprinting of Canal Zone ‘Bridge’ Error .1 p’63 .15

7199 Starting a Canal Zone Collection .Plass, G .N .3 pp’72 .45

3563 Surprise New Issue . (Scott UC8) .1 pill’67 .15

7310 Zone’s 50th Anniversary Issue . (Scott C36-41) .1 pill’64 .15

3295 A Philatelist 's Dream: Error Found on Canal Zone 's 4-Cent Bridge Stamp . 1pp ill '62 .15

3266 New Multiple of Canal Zone #1 Discovered . 1pp ill '75 .15

3196 The Canal Zone . O 'Neil, J .J . 14pp ill '66 2 .00

2985 Canal Zone Forgeries . Eckhardt, W .J . 12pp ill '49 1 .80

2850 New Canal Zone 30¢ Stamp . (Scott 113) and Canal Zone Commemoratives of 1939 . (Scott 120-35, C15-20) 1pp '40 .15

2631 New Multiple of Canal Zone #1 Discovered .1pp ill '75 .15

3091 Harris Wins Canal Zone Case; APS Serves as Amicus Curiae . Chemi, J .M . 4pp ill '65 .45

2964 Canal Zone Double . (Double surcharge on 5c blue .) 1pp '39 .15

UNITED STATES – CANTON ISLAND

7166The Canton Island Expedition for the 1937 Solar Eclipse .Carriker, C .4 ppill’83 .60

UNITED STATES – COLORADO

2607 Bent’s Fort: Its Place in History .Fine, Harry L .3 ppill’69 .45

328 Nevada City Gold Rush Letters .Milgram, James W .7 ppill’741 .00

329 The Post Office Named "Camp Genter ."Willard, John H .3 ppill’79 .45

327 Two Post Offices at Buckskin Joe .Jarret, David L .3 ppill’71 .45

3715 Rounding Out the "Animas" Story .Phillips, G .1 pill’78 .15

UNITED STATES – COLORADO TERRITORY

7358 A Territorial Find . (Georgetown, Colorado Territory) .Jarrett, D .L .2 ppill’65 .30

3696 What’s in a Name? (Buckskin or Lauret) .Barker, E .2 ppill’51 .30

2776 Auroria K .T .-Boulder C .T . Jarrett, D .L . 2pp ill '70 .30

UNITED STATES – CONNECTICUT

390 The Osgoods of Norwich, Connecticut .Kiener, Berl3 pp ill’73 .45

3797 Early Connecticut Covers .Poriss, R .G .1 pill’81 .15

3241 The Pugnacious Postmaster . (George Washington Rogers, Postmaster of West Meriden, Conn .) Duffney, W .J . 7pp ill '82 1 .00

UNITED STATES – DAKOTA TERRITORY

467 My Darling’s Last Letter (Dr James Wolff at Battle of Little Big Horn) . Fine, Harry L .5 pp ill’79 .75

548 Postmarks without Cities .Phillips, George H . 2 pp ill’79 .30

3780 The Dakota Territory Adventures of Aloys Bilz, Esq .Phillips, G .H .4 ppill’78 .60

UNITED STATES – DELAWARE

7234 The Tercentenary of New Sweden .Hunter, W .R .2 ppill’83 .30

UNITED STATES – DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

7432 ‘Local’ Cancellations of Washington D .C .Stieg, C .L .4 ppill’89 .60

UNITED STATES – FLORIDA

7200 A Florida Postmaster Versus the U.S. Army . (Pilatka, Florida Territory 1844-45) .Schuh, N .3 ppill’92 .45

7012 History of the Miami P .O .2 pp’76 .30

7344 Some Notes on Early Florida Postal History .Peter, E .B .2 pp’46 .30

3303 The Last Letter of Captain Dade . Bleuler, G . 5pp ill '82 .75

3164 A Florida Find . (Pre-territorial and territorial covers from Pensacola, Florida .) Milgram, J .M . 2pp ill '76 .30

2800 Weeochopee . (Lilliputian post office is claimed to be the U.S. smallest .) Delaney, A .A . 2pp ill '87 .30

UNITED STATES – GEORGIA

7380 Behind the Postmark . Rising Fawn Named for Indian Girl .Durnin, S .1 pill’70 .15

3232 Savannah Boasts a Rich Postal Past . Partin, W . 3pp ill '86 .45

UNITED STATES – GUAM

3526 Guam Hospitals .Haddock, R . L .1 p’76 .15

2833 Guam Guard Mail . Linn, G .W . 2pp '31 .30

2834 Guam Guard Mail Issues . Osborne, C .E . 2pp '37 .30

2832 Guam Guard Mail Locals . Bramann, G .M . 2pp '34 .30

2803 Covers From Guam Under U.S. Administration . Graham, R .B . 2ppill '87 .30

UNITED STATES – HAWAII

7271 A Chronological Listing of the Postal Adhesive Issues .Parker, H .H .5 pp’50 .75

7255 A Philatelic Rescue at Sea . (Polynesian Voyaging Society Bicentennial Voyage of Discovery, Oct . 1975) .1 pill’76 .15

3924 Captain Cook’s Discovery of the Hawaiian Islands .Moberly, J .2 ppill’78 .30

7395 Error Transfers on the Hawaii 1894-99 Two Cent Brown .Hitt, H .C .11 ppill’471 .50

7162 Hawaii . The Boston Engraved Issue .Lee, R .C .13 ppill’531 .95

3616 Hawaiian Double Freak . (1-cent Provisional Govt . 1893 overprint) .1 pill’66 .15

3810 Hawaiian 6-Cent Kahului Railroad Stamp Discovery .1 pill’75 .15

3606 Interesting Covers . Hawaii-U.S. Mail .Perry, E .3 ppill’47 .45

7165 Non Denominated Revenues Used in Hawaii .Sicker, J .2 ppill’86 .30

7389 The Hawaiian Numerals, 1859-1865 .Westerberg, J .F .3 ppill’62 .45

3871 The Honolulu Straightline and its Historical Background .Wheeler, F .A .15 ppill’852 .25

3871 AThe Honolulu Straightline: An Addendum .Wheeler, F .A .2 ppill’88 .30

7108 The Mystery of the 3-Cent UPU Postal Cards . & A Mystery Dispelled . Harrison, H .W . & Beecher, H .W .2 ppill’78 .30\

3256 Old Hawaii . . .1823 . Gill, C .C . 1pp '53 .15

3192 Kamehameha 's Postal Decree . Chemi, J .M . 2pp ill '63 .30

3110 The 1893 Hawaiian Stamp Craze and the 1983 Hawaiian Stamp Prices . Crampon, L .J . 7pp ill '84 1 .00

2947 Canceled to Order . 1pp '40 .15

2777 Hawaiian Spoken Here . (Short list of Hawaiian words .) Schoberlin, M . 1pp '70 .15

2804 London Forger Created Hawaiian Cinderellas . Williams, L .N . 2pp ill '87 .30

UNITED STATES – IDAHO TERRITORY

3624 Fish Haven, Idaho Territory .Jarrett, D .L .1 pill’72 .15

UNITED STATES – ILLINOIS

3524 Allen’s City Dispatch . (Chicago Local Post) .1 pill’70 .15

7164 The Private Posts of Chicago . The Tale of One City .Abt, H .E .67 ppill’58 10 .00

3191 Chicago 's Century of Progress Exposition, 1933 . Karlen, H .M . 8pp ill '84 1 .20

3167 The Stamps and Mail Service of the Private Posts . Hennan, C . 13pp ill '37 1 .95

UNITED STATES – INDIANA

7448 Baker’s U.S. Classics . Vincennes, Indiana .Baker, H .J . & J .D .1 p’67 .15

3809 Indiana-A Philatelist’s Eye View .Sente, M .J .4 ppill’78 .50

3304 A New Class of Patriotic Envelopes . ( 'State Envelopes ') Mier, D .F . 1pp ill '53 .15

2629 Do You Have an Indianapolis Cover? (List and illustrations of all known Indianapolis postal markings discovered to 1971 .) Baker, J .D . 3pp ill '71 .45

3121 Gallaudet: Famous Name and Forgotten Indiana Town . Henricks, S . 5pp ill '84 .75

2801 Covers Show Ohio River Flood Emergencies . Graham, R .B . 2pp ill '87 .30

UNITED STATES - INDIAN TERRITORY

3145 Indian Territorial Gems . Tahlequah and the Cherokee Nation . Signorelli, G . 10pp ill '66 1 .50

3144 Indian Territory . Covers, Postmarks . Shirk, G .H . 2pp '74 .30

3208 A Cherokee Nation Folded Letter . Lemley, H .J . 2pp ill '62 .30

UNITED STATES - IOWA

298l Iowa Postmarks . Konwiser, H .M . 1pp '38 .15

UNITED STATES - KANSAS

3294 What a Story Some Covers Can Tell . Martin, B . 3pp ill '82 .45

3111 Kansas Mail History 1pp '40 .15

3122 Little Sweden: Lindsborg, Kansas .Peterson, K .R .3pp ill '84 .45

UNITED STATES - KENTUCKY

3028 A Chapter in Kentucky 's Postal History: Pitts Point . Steer, A .B . 1pp '62 .15

UNITED STATES – LOUISIANA

7044 United States Post Towns-New Orleans .Norona, D .4 ppill’29 .60

UNITED STATES -- MAINE

3080 Maine Straight-Line Cancellation on Stamped Covers . Dow, S . T . 2 pp ill '41 .30

UNITED STATES – MARYLAND

3625 Baltimore Post Office .Kendall, D .H .1 p’69 .15

7217 Postal Service in Colonial Maryland .Tingley, R .R .3 pp’50 .45

UNITED STATES – MICHIGAN

3545 A Letter Worth Quoting .Wierenga, T .1 p’78 .15

7129 A Michigan Stampless Cover . (Detroit 1818) .Milgram, J .W .1 pill’72 .15

3175 New Findings on the Postal History of the Toledo Strip . Kingsley, T . & Ball, G . & C . 3pp ill '84 .45

2926 Detroit 's Post Office . 6pp ill '68 .90

UNITED STATES – MINNESOTA

7163 A Letter From Fort Snelling . (1833) .Hart, P .W .1 p’71 .15

2812 Indian Massacres in Minnesota .Milgram, J .W . 2pp ill '71 .30

UNITED STATES – MISSISSIPPI

3525 An 1806 Manuscript Usage from Mississippi Territory .1 pill’76 .15

7036 Mayhew, Miss . Post Office Keeps "Busy as a Bee ."Morris, M .B .2 ppill’69 .30

7345 Mississippi Territory Manuscript Marking of 1800 Could be the Earliest Known . Bostwick, A .F .1 pill’76 .15

3921 The Ship Island, Mississippi, Circular Cancellation .Milgram, J .W .2 ppill’83 .30

UNITED STATES – MONTANA

3711 Early Montana Expresses .Hertz, A .J .10 ppill’501 .50

3678 The MONTANO Postmark .Fine, H .L .2 ppill’71 .30

3886 "The Post Office at Iron Rod Montana Has Been Discontinued…"1 p’83 .15

3081Red Mountain City, Montana Territory . Fine, H .L . 2 pp ill '76 .20

UNITED STATES – NEBRASKA

7314 Buchanan, Nebraska Territory .Fine, H .L .2 ppill’74 .30

3146 Naming of Shelton, Nebraska . 1pp NA .15

2983 Postmaster by Election: Was Nebraska Unique? Rapp, W .F .1pp '82 .15

3123 Fort Laramie, Nebraska Territory .Fine, H .L . 2pp ill 78 .20

UNITED STATES – NEVADA

3712 Cover Recalls Early Nevada History: Genoa, The First Settlement .Brew, W .C .1 pill’95 .15

3539 The Case of the Double Border .Berry, J .E .4 ppill’53 .60

UNITED STATES – NEW JERSEY

3502 Exploring the Unknown: Not So Frightening, Thanks to the APRL! (Rahway, NJ, stampless cover) .Stone, B .4 ppill’83 .60

3257 The Unknown Colonial Post Office . (Morristown, New Jersey) Chafetz, D .A . 7pp ill '80 1 .00

UNITED STATES – NEW MEXICO

3882 Teaching New Mexico History From Postage Stamps .Langston, D .F .4 ppill’80 .60

UNITED STATES – NEW YORK

3705 Commats of the Stampless Period of Troy, NY .Floyd, F .G .5 ppill’38 .75

3902 Studies in New York Postal History .Faulstich, E .M .15 ppill’662 .25

3267 The Postal Lives of Cornelia and Clayton .Hutchinson, R . 3pp ill '78 .45

3180 Earliest Handstamp Postmark . (New York, March 15, 1756) 1pp ill '81 .15

3244 New York State Revenues, Original and Re-engraved . Vanderhoof, E . 2pp ill '41 .30

3233 Russia Iron Works . (Later Clintonville) Hutchinson, R . 2pp ill '78 .30

3165 Stampless Covers From Rochesterville . Hutchinson, R . 4pp ill '76 .60

3089 The Matter of Richfield Springs . Hutchinson, R . 3pp ill '77 .30

UNITED STATES - NORTH CAROLINA

2982 Postal Service in Colonial North Carolina . Tingley, . R .R . 3pp '49 .45

UNITED STATES – OHIO

3836 Cleveland, Its Postal History .Hahn, G .C .4 ppill’46 .60

7005 Postal History of the Lake Erie Islands .Standen, J . C .5 ppill’80 .75

3922 Take This Job and……1837 Style! (Mail Carrying Route, Cleveland to Huron) . Standen, J .C .1 pill’84 .15

3277 United States Post Towns . Cleveland . Smith, K .H . 5pp ill '30 .75

UNITED STATES – OREGON

342 Fort Laramie 1849-1854 .Milgram, James W .4 pp ill’72 .35

3996 The Hudson Bay Co . of Oregon .Smith, C .E .2 pp’58 .30

2984 An Infamous Salvaged Mail Cover . (Hold up of train J13, Siskiyou, Oregon .) Berthelot, H . 3pp ill '82 .45

3029 Collecting Town Postmarks: Odd Names Reveal History . Barnet, A .A . 1pp '62 .20

UNITED STATES – ORLEANS TERRITORY

3798 The Balize and the Bar .Gunter, E .R .4 ppill’77 .60

UNITED STATES - PACIFIC TERRITORY

482 A History behind the U.S. Pacific Territories . Cheesman, David R . 3 pp ill’71 .45

2548 Howland Island, U.S.A .Raymond, Gale J .2 ppill’63 .30

365 Micronesia: The Last Frontier .West, Robert D .18 ppill’722 .50

590 Midway Island .Raymond, G . J .2 ppill’61 .30

353 The American Connection: Postmarks of Guam, Samoa and other Pacific Islands . West, Robert D .17 pp’742 .50

2965 American Samoa: Philately 's Last Unrecognized Territory .Foldvary, F .1pp ill '81 .15

UNITED STATES – PENNSYLVANIA

286 Harrisburg Legislative Precancels (1864-1869) .Christ, Edwin A .2 pp’70 .20

268 Philadelphia: The Nation’s Capital City - December 1790 - May 1800 . Stevens, Theodore A . 13 pp’76 1 .75

7454 Pennsylvania’s First Postmaster . Waddy or Waldy?Stets, R .3 ppill’83 .45

7130 Philadelphia A Century Ago .Carson, J .8 ppill’521 .20

7121 Philadelphia’s Early Posts and Post Offices .Ward, P .H .6 ppill’52 .90

7300 Postal Slogans: Pennsylvania’s History .Luff, M .1 p’55 .15

3220 Early Oil Boom Covers . Milgram, J .W . 3pp ill '78 .45

3124 Carrier Service at Kensington, Pa . Stets, R .J . 3pp ill '84 .45

UNITED STATES - PHILIPPINES

1437 Notes on the 21 "O .B . Commonwealth ."Sloane, George B .1 p’37 .15

1429 Philippine Data (Sc # 326, C46) .Savale, William F .1 p’76 .15

UNITED STATES – PUERTO RICO

2541 History of the American Postal Service in Puerto Rico .Hill, George S .70 pp’37 10 .00

1290 Special Puerto Rico Printings (1900) .McIntyre, W . A .1 p’38 .15

591 The Case of Fijardo, Puerto Rico .Gordon, Robert S .2 pp’69 .30

3706 The Overprinted Issues for Puerto Rico .Preston, R .B .9 ppill’381 .35

2772 Research Explains Puerto Rico Varieties . Sicker, J . 1pp ill '8 .15

UNITED STATES - SOUTH CAROLINA

237 Confederate Provisionals (3 Camden, SC Covers) . Nielsen, J . V .2 pp’68 .30

262 The Charleston, SC, Post Office Affair (Anti-Slavery Propaganda to Southern States 1835-1836) . Rosenblatt, F . 0 .3 pp ill’76 .45

UNITED STATES – SWAN ISLANDS

3723 Swan Islands .Chemi, J .4 ppill’60 .60

UNITED STATES – TENNESSEE

588 Famous Men in Memphis History on U.S. Stamps .Williams, E .F .4 pp ill’70 .60

3679 Early Memphis Postal Markings .Palazolo, J .S .2 ppill’74 .30

3090 Steamboat Mail Authorized on the Tennessee River . Haas, D . 2pp '77 .20

3147 Delivering Mail Was Adventure at Trundles Crossroads . Dumas, J . 1pp ill '85 .15

UNITED STATES – TEXAS

476 New Orleans: A Texas Postal Outpost .ter Braake, A .9 pp ill’65 1 .35

474 Postal History of the Republic of Texas - Galveston Postmarkster Braake, A .7 ppill’651 .00

47 5Texas and the Express Mail .ter Braake, Alex L .2 ppill’70 .30

476 A Texas Postal History: A missing Link .ter Braake, A .2 ppill’65 .30

303 The Jackass Mail: San Antonio and San Diego Mail Line .Pearce, Basil C .4 ppill’68 .60

3503 A Soldier’s Letter with Dateline "Fort Mason, Texas, 1852 ."Emery, W .H .4 ppill’82 .60

3824 Texas Centennial . (Scott 776) .Flick, T .E .5 pp’36 .75

2862 A Galveston Postmasters Financial Statement in 1844 . ter Braake, A .L . 6pp ill '65 .90

2829 Turkey Trot Flag . (Cuero, Texas, flag cancel .) Langford, F . 3pp ill '65 .45

UNITED STATES - TERRITORIES

7209 Five Interesting Territories .Hertz, A .J .7 ppill’501 .00

UNITED STATES – UTAH

3779 Bank by Mail . (Vernal, UT) .Whall, L .1 p’78 .20

3581 ‘Dug-out’ Post Office Yields Postal Records . (Sweet Mine, UT) .Hendrick, W .S .1 pill’93 .15

3613 Early Mail Service in Utah and Other Western Points .Porath, J .H .6 pp’64 .90

7179 The Brigham Young Express Co . and the Utah Expedition .Whall, L .7 ppill’801 .00

3923 The Mormon Mail . &Whall, L . The Mormon Mail; A Postscript .Renner, G .T .6 ppill’82 .90

7373 The POD, as Reported by the Park Record .Hicks, F .L .3 ppill’85 .45

3851 To Brownsville, Twice a Week .Whall, L .4 ppill’83 .60

7320 Wong Sing: Postmaster . (Fort Duchesne, Utah .Tompkins, V .A .1 p’58 .15

UNITED STATES – UTAH TERRITORY

7053 Some History Bearing on the Fort Bridger, Utah Territory . Ackerman, H .S . & Precanceled Envelope . & The Fort Bridger, Utah Territory Cancel .Brosnan, D .A .3 pp’31 .45

3292 Utah Territorial Mails . Anderson, N .W . 16pp '59 2 .40

2630 Philately 's Oldest Fantasy . ("Mormon Stamp" of Utah .) Rooke, H .F . 4pp ill '67 .60

2802 The Brigham Young Express and Carrying Company . Fellows, R . 4pp '72 .60

UNITED STATES – VERMONT

513 Vermont Handstamp of 1792 .McClellan, Chas . W .1 p5’46 .15

2830 Kipling 's Own Post Office . (Waite, VT) Slawson, G .C . 2pp ill '65 .30

3008 When Windsor Opened its Post Office lpp '39 .15

UNITED STATES – VIRGINIA

343 Ante-Bellum Postal History of Harper’s Ferry .Hecht, Arthur3 ppill’78 .45

7272 Middletown, VA Handstamp .Edgerton, D .E .3 ppill’50 .45

7107 The Norfolk, Virginia Post Office Through the Years .Cote, W .G .5 ppill’55 .75

UNITED STATES – WASHINGTON

2570 ‘Kicking Mule’ Predecessor .Dierck, Henry1 pill’76 .15

UNITED STATES – WASHINGTON TERRITORY

7208 Port Angeles, "National City" Caancellation .Hargest, G .E .2 ppill’50 .30

UNITED STATES - WEST VIRGINIA

3293 We Made a Mountain Out of a Molehill . Davis, H . 1pp '82 .20

UNITED STATES - WISCONSIN

3148 The Half-Rate Problem . Bowman, C .P . 3pp ill '66 .45

2807 America 's "Little Switzerland" Durnin, E . 2pp ill '78 .30

UNITED STATES – WYOMING

342 Fort Laramie 1849-1854 .Milgram, James W .4 pp ill ’72 .60

344 Mail from Fort Laramie .Fine, Harry L .4 pp ill’69 .60

335 The First South Pass City: An Overland Stage Stop - Nebraska Terr . . now Wyoming . Jarret, David L .3 pp ill’76 .45

3734 An Interesting Wyoming Territorial .Phillips, G .H .1 pill’80 .15

3997 Fort Laramie .Fine, H .L .3 ppill’80 .45

UNITED STATES TELEGRAPH ISSUES

453 Telegraph Stamps of the Pacific Coast .Rich, Stephen G .2 pp ill’56 .30

3777 Frank Numbers on Western Union Stamps .Friedberg, R .2 ppill’85 .30

3752 Stamps on Telegrams Trace History of Utility .Lowinson, F .1 p’60 .15

3742 Telegraph Stamps .de Neuf, D .K .2 ppill’83 .30

3883 Telephone Franks of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company .Ladany, S .P .6 ppill’83 .90

UNITED STATES THEFT

7009 FBI Announces Largest Stamp Theft Recovery Ever .5 ppill’84 .75

UNITED STATES UNDELIVERABLE MAIL

3840 Dead Letter Office Prior to the Civil War .Graham, R .B .2 ppill’86 .30

3846 Dead Letters .Baker, H .J & J .D .1 p’67 .15

UNITED STATES VENDING MACHINES

193 Dummy Booklets: Vending Machine Experimentals .Zieler, Larry C .5 pp ill’76 .35

UNITED STATES WEATHER REPORTS

538 Weather Forecast Postal Cards .Phillips, George H . 1 pill’79 .15

7346 Post Office Attempt at Weather Reporting Produced Scarce . Backstamp Markings . Graham, R .B .2 ppill’83 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING – AMERICANA

3905 A House That Became More Than a Home . (The White House) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .20

3945 A Philatelist’s Vacation Guide to Washington DC .Newman, L .S .2 ppill’84 .30

7244 Early American Forts on U.S. Commemorative Stamps .Hunter, W .R .3 ppill’79 .45

7416 George Washington . South of the Mountains in Rockland County, New York .2 ppill’58 .30

3974 Stamps Honor the Original 13 States .Hunter, W .R .3 ppill’79 .45

3673 The Colossus . (The Statue of Liberty) .Whitehead, M .L .2 ppill’86 .30

7341 The Liberty Bell-Fable and Fact .Weinberg, I .5 ppill’72 .75

3993 The U.S. Military Academy on U.S. Postage Stamps .Barth, J .M .2 ppill’72 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING – ART AND ARTISTS

7365 Fine Arts in America as Seen on Foreign Stamps .McAlister, C .4 ppill’59 .60

7029 Frederic Remington . The Artist Who Recorded the Old West . (Scott 1187) .3 ppill’61 .45

3987 Michelangelo Work Appears on IGY Stamp . (Scott 1107)Robertson, C .A .1 pill’58 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – BIRDS

7007 Duck Stamps: Helping to Save America .Dague, W .E .2 ppill’84 .30

3938 The Duck Stamps .Reymond, J .P .3 ppill’68 .45

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – ADAMS

7109 Millions For Defense, But Not Two Cents For Tribute . (Scott 806) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

3811 Unlike Son, Unlike Father . John Quincy Adams . (Scott 811) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – EISENHOWER

3751 A Letter from "The General ." (Dwight D . Eisenhower) .Miller, W .H .1 p’56 .15

3761 Philatelic Biography of Dwight David Eisenhower .Steeds, C .M .1 p’57 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – HARDING

3731 The Return to Normalcy . (Warren G . Harding, Scott 833) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’80 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – HARRISON

3762 How it Happened . (William Henry Harrison) .Wilkinson, R .M .2 ppill’56 .30

3969 Tippecanoe and Thames, Too . (William Henry Harrison) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – JACKSON

3505 Andrew Jackson . (Duel with Charles Dickinson, 1806) .M . K .1 p’82 .15

Thomas Sully’s Andrew Jackson Portraits . & A . Sequel to Sully’s Jackson Portraits . Van Nast, A .L .4 ppill’63 .60

3716 "To the Victor Belongs the Spoils" Andrew Jackson . (Scott 812) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – JEFFERSON

7110 The President Who Wouldn’t Stay Tied . (Thomas Jefferson) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – KENNEDY

3732 John F . Kennedy on Stamps .O’Connell, B .G .2 ppill’80 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE -- LINCOLN

7235 Abraham Lincoln on our Stamps .Fergus, W .L .9 ppill’581 .35

7455 Lincoln’s Controversial "Hirsute Appendages ."Weinberg, I .3 pp’69 .45

7168 The First Presidential Yacht . Mr . Lincoln Visits the Front .Hahn, C .M .13 ppill’831 .95

7220 The Volk Statue of Lincoln .Fergus, W .L .2 ppill’50 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – LINDBERGH

U.S. 1927 Ten-Cent Lindbergh Airmail Issue…The Man Behind the Stamp . (Scott C10) Durward, J .M .2 pp’72 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – MONROE

7132 Presidential Series: Doctrine Prescribed Without a Doctor . James Monroe . (Scott 810) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – ROOSEVELT

3999 "Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick ." Theodore Roosevelt .Lindo, D .K .1 ll’80 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – TYLER

3781 The Man Without a Party . (John Tyler- Scott 815) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

TOPICAL COLLECTING – FAMOUS PEOPLE – WASHINGTON

3627 A Different Tale of Two Cities . George Washington . (Scott 804) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

3620 The First Lady of the Land . Martha Washington . (Scott 805) .Lindo, D .K .1 pill’78 .15

7093 The George Washington Pictures of our Stamps .Fergus, W .L .9 ppill’551 .35

7240 Washington and the Past .Hicks, F .L .8 ppill’861 .20

TOPICAL COLLECTING – MILITARY

7466 Honoring the Medals of Honor .Faries, B .5 ppill’83 .75

"Taps" Written in July 1862; First Heard Over Graves in 1889 as Salute to the Living . Crull, J .E .2 ppill’69 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING – SHIPS

7238 A Yacht Race of Long Ago . (American Cup Race of 1886) .Willard, E .L .2 ppill’72 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING - WOMEN 451 Women on United States Postage Stamps . Leigh, Gertrude3 pp’71 .45

TOPICAL COLLECTING - TRANS-OCEANIC MAILS

462 Trans-Atlantic Mails .Wieringa, Theron2 pp’76 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING - TRANSPORTATION OF MAILS

503 The US Department of State - World-wide Private Mail Carrier . Smith, Leonard H . 13 pp ill’681 .30

TOPICAL COLLECTING – WRITERS

3676 Zane Grey, The West, and Some Good Reading .Hunter, W .3 ppill’74 .45


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