TRANSIT POSTMARK COLLECTOR Volume 57, No. 3
In his HPO column, William Keller completes his two part series on the Charlotte & Marion HPO.
David Gentry writes in his streetcar column about the street car RPO lines that existed in Omaha, according to government records, but from which no markings are known. An Omaha mail street car is illustrated.
Nancy Clark writes about how her plans for a "Kids Stamp Zone" at the Washington 2006 international stamp show, and how they involve railway mail.
Douglas Clark highlights the earliest known railroad cover of Georgia (May 28, 1846).
David Gentry previews his first mail bid sale, which will appear in the next issue.
The latest supplement of the USRPO catalogue accompanies for members.
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