TRANSIT POSTMARK COLLECTOR Volume 63, No. 5
This issue contains another obituary - this time of our President, Tom Post, who died unexpectedly on July 2.
In News from the Cities, David Gentry writes about a Pittsburg, PA Street RPO cover which was "Found in drops and registered at Pittsburg, PA."
Sidney Fingerhood reproduces two letters he received from the Post Office Department, when he was a road clerk.
Will Keller, acting President, contributes a TPO column about the Penzance-Bristol-Penzance TPO, United Kingdom's last.
David Gentry writes about four examples of Missent RPO mail, two of which are in the current mail bid sale.
There is Society news, a mail sale and much more.
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