TRANSIT POSTMARK COLLECTOR Volume 59, No. 4
In his HPO column, Will Keller continues his discussion of HPO 29. This time, the line is Richmond & Louisville HPO, precursor to Lou & Lynch, topic of his last column.
In "News from the Cities," David Gentry illustrates two covers, each having two street car markings. One cover has two (different) Cleveland Circuit postmarks, the other has two impressions of a Pittsburgh Street car RPO flag machine. In both cases, the first postmarking was incomplete.
As an introduction to this month's mail sale, Foreign Director Derek Mauri writes about his impressions of a New York Central Railroad lot he won in an earlier auction.
There is a want list of lines needed for tracing, society news and much more!
A Society Membership Directory accompanies.
Mobile Post Office Society, founded in 1950, is a nonprofit organization
dedicated to the study of enroute distribution of mail, emphasizing postal
history of the USA but including information and study of operations from
all countries of the world. Interested collectors can receive a sample
copy of the award-winning periodical "Transit Postmark Collector" for $2.00
postpaid, and/or a membership application by writing to Doug Clark, PO Box 427,
Marstons Mills MA 02648 or by email to Doug.
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