Transit Postmark Collector Vol. 59 , No. 5 (July-August 2008)
In his HPO column, Will Keller continues his discussion of HPO 29. This time, the line is Louisville & Harlan HPO, successor to Lou & Lynch, topic of his previous column.
In "News from the Cities," David Gentry illustrates two covers from Chicago street car RPOs. One is a Cottage Grove Ave. free franked cover and the other is an ornate and colorful Millard Avenue RPO cover to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, with a number of postage dues!
In his TPO column, Keller writes about a recent "Historical Bahnpost Special" mail train in Germany.
Sid Fingerhood writes about an auction lot dropped from an airplane.
There is Society news, a mail sale and much more! A catalogue supplement accompanies.
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