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2 edition of Postal markings of United States military stations, 1898-1902 found in the catalog.

Postal markings of United States military stations, 1898-1902

Philip E. Baker

Postal markings of United States military stations, 1898-1902

Cuba, Philippine Islands, Puerto Rico, with China, Guam and Samoa.

by Philip E. Baker

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Published in [Allendale?, N.J.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Army -- Postal service.,
    • Postmarks -- United States.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUH83 .B3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination14 p.
      Number of Pages14
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5899190M
      LC Control Number63053834
      OCLC/WorldCa7375651

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Postal markings of United States military stations, 1898-1902 by Philip E. Baker Download PDF EPUB FB2

Postal Markings of United States Military Stations Plastic Comb – January 1, Manufacturer: Philip E. Baker. U.S. Postal Markings. These listings are without regard to state.

They will return listings from all states. If you'd like to restrict the listings to a particular state, browse over to the State Postal History lis tings, select your state, and then click on the Covers For Sale Button. Stampless. Postal Markings of the United States by Mannel Hahn, contains the stamp distributin by states,42 pages, card, $ Illustrated Directory of New Jersey Issue Covers by Brad Arch.

44 pages, card plus supplements 1. Unbound copy of United States CancellationsThere was only a limited number of these printed. Each page is blank on the back so collectors could cut it up and put the tracings into their collections.

$ United States Postal Markings: to Simpson, first edition, p and pricing pamphlet; HB. Domestic United States Military Facilities of the First World War (): A Postal History. (Bob Swanson/): An important publication in which the author lists every known location in the United States and Territories where soldiers, sailors or marines might have been stationed during World War I, providing source locations and.

There is a special webpage with content of the Bulletin Index for the years The Military Postal History Society began as a small group of collectors meeting in May to form an informal War Cover Club and to provide information on military markings in a "War Cover Club" column in a Chicago publication called Postal Markings.

Also includes "U.S. Transit Markings Catalog / Volume IV" described elsewhere on this page. # $ _____ Cross-Reference Guide to United States Railway Post Office Postmarks. (Jim Mehrer): For identifying RPO cancels where the first town name is partly obscured or not fully struck.

valuable sources of historical information on Post Offices, postal employees, mail routes, and mail contractors in this publication. Sources are listed chronologically and then discussed by subject.

Following that, they are described in alphabetical order. The final pages list addresses for these resources and provide further Size: 2MB.

The United States declared war on Spain on 21st Apriland an expeditionary force was assembled in preparation to the occupation of the Philippines. American troops were present until This exhibit is the property of Alfred F.

Kugel, and is being supplied as a courtesy to the Military Postal. military personnel may be stationed, the USPS is the only carrier that can deliver mail and packages to APO/FPO/DPO locations. Due to security restrictions, APOs, FPOs and DPOs cannot accept mail or packages from any other carrier, except the USPS.

MILITARY MAIL GUIDE WHAT IS A MILITARY ADDRESS. APO: “Army Post Office” is associated with. The United States declared war on Spain on 21st Apriland an expeditionary force was assembled in preparation to the occupation of the Philippines. American troops were present until This exhibit is the property of Alfred F.

Kugel, and is being supplied as a. Correspondence with the Second Assistant Postmaster General relating to international postal policies and agreements, Correspondence, reports, and questionnaires relating to vessels and routes employed in the ocean mail service, Correspondence relating to military postal service during the Spanish-American War, Military, Censor and Patriotic 1 of 5 ID TITLE AUTHOR PRICE Canadian Military Postmarks copyright Bailey $ Canadian Military Post Offices to copyright Bailey & Toop $ Postal Markings of United States Military Stations, copyright Baker $ Billig's Handbook on Postmarks Volume 11 Billig, Fritz $ Postal Markings of United States Military Stations, copyright Baker $ Billig's Handbook on Postmarks Volume 11 Billig, Fritz $ Not Really a State but.

Puerto Rico During the Spanish American War A Postal History Study by Bill Dipaolo Covers the American Military, Development of the Postal System under the U.S.

Military, Municipal/Local Posts, Postal Markings.,+ 8 pages, full color, wire spiral bound, initial printing copies, $ This book attempts to list every place in the United States and Territories where soldiers, sailors, or marines might have been stationed during the First World War.

The reason for such a list is to provide source locations and checklists for postal history (letters and cards) from these military men. The book lists all fixed, land-based United States military camps and facilities that.

DoD L-1 lists military post office numbers for Department of Defense's use in addressing and routing mail. It also supplies a list of military units and other organizations authorized to use the military postal system for directing mail, and on units being served by a military post office.

Cited by: 1. BOOKS Acts of Parliament Relating to the Post Office: From 9 Anne to 1 Victoria Devon: Britannia Stamp Bureau, Acts establishing a general post office for all British dominions during Queen Anne's reign (), with a portion of the revenues to.

Except for the markings used early in then war, sometimes known as provisionals, little has been written on the subject of United States Army censor markings.

With the seemingly limited number of types, this would appear to be an area ripe for further exploration. This book records postal markings used in the United States from July 1,to the de-monetization of the issue of U.

postage stamps, approximately September, These time boundaries are purely arbi-trary and are a result of history rather than log-ic. The first extensive treatment of postal. There are many interesting facts about US military uniform buttons.

Here are some of those - with examples, all buttons pictured are from my collection. I am using many references to Albert’s button book, probably the best resource for US military uniform buttons.

His book, the first book listed.The twelve, lower denomination, documentary stamps shown above were issued in The stamps are all inscribed Series ofand the vignettes feature the battleship USS Maine. These stamps were produced with two methods of separation: Rouletted 5 1/2 and Hyphen Hole Perforated For details, please refer to the Scott Catalog.

Due to their method of manufacture, well centered examples.The December United States Official Postal Guide listed the "East Richmond R.F.D. Station;" in it was called the "East Richmond Rural Station" (United States Official Postal Guide, vol.

28 and vol. 29). Annual Report of the Postmaster General.