TRANSIT POSTMARK COLLECTOR Volume 56, No. 4
Bruce Corey continues his series on the Collection & Distribution Wagons; this time with a listing of patent attorney and Washington, D.C. stamp dealer corner cards. He also contributes four shorter articles on Maine narrow gauge railroads.
Will Keller, in his HPO column, begins a series on the first two HPOs in Wisconsin.
In Rural Free Delivery, Guy Purington illustrates seven RFD covers to unusual foreign destinations.
In his street car R.P.O. column, David Gentry shows four street car covers that are unusual in small ways. For example, three EKUs of postmark types are illustrated.
Sidney Fingerhood recalls a bad day he once had as an RPO clerk.
There is also society news. A new bound volume of TPCs, covering 2001-2003 is now available. Members: be sure to attend your society's annual meeting at NAPEX, June 3-5!
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.
For additional information contact MPOS Publicity Director at the
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For additional information contact MPOS Publicity Director at the MPOS Home Page