THE NEW JERSEY POSTAL HISTORY SOCIETY was established in 1972, to study and explore the many aspects of New Jersey postal history.

 

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Vol. 44 No. 4 Whole number 204  November 2016

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Over There! A Jersey City Doughboy’s Journey to France and Home by John A. Trosky

Two Unlisted 1847 Covers to New Jersey in a Recent Bennett Sale by Mark Scheuer

New Jersey Canal Service Usage, A Continued Mystery? by Robert G. Rose

Free Franks of NJ Signers of the Declaration of Independence - Redux by Ed & Jean Siskin

USS Utah (AG 16 ex BB 31) New Jersey-Built Ship Lost At Pearl Harbor by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

Mail Sent Abroad to and from Morris County, Part 2: England by Don Chafetz

On the Auction Scene: Lambertville, NJ Negative Stampless Postmark Revisited by Robert G. Rose

Philatelic Shorts: New Ark and Gravel Hill by Jean Walton

November 2016 Web Update by Warren Plank

Member News: Congratulations! 2017 Calendar! Member Changes & Dues

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Vol. 44 No. 3 Whole number 203  August 2016

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Garden State Post Card Club Show!

Mail Sent Abroad from Morris County: Part I by Don Chafetz

Free Franks of New Jersey Signers by Ed & Jean Siskin

NJ Straight Line Handstamps: Basking Ridge, NJ by Robert G. Rose

The Last U.S. Warship Sunk On 28 July 1945: NJ-Built Battleship, USS Indianapolis (CA 35), Part 2

   by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

Censored: A World War II Odyssey from NJ to Occupied Denmark by John Trosky

On the Auction Scene: Sale of NJ Civil War Covers by Robert G. Rose

Spotswood NJ: Request for Information by Mark & Bonnie Sommer

Treasurer’s Report by Andy Kupersmit

August 2016 Web Update by Warren Plank

Member News: NY2016 & APS Show Reports, Member Changes

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Vol. 44 No. 2 Whole number 202  May 2016

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

World Stamp Show NY2016!

Postal Cards and Hiram E. Deats by Larry T. Nix

Bamberger’s Department Store and the Graf Zeppelin by Linda B. Forgosh

NJ Straight Line Handstamps: Westfield, NJ by Robert G. Rose

The Last U.S. Warship Sunk On 28 July 1945: NJ-Built Battleship, USS Indianapolis (CA 35), Part I

   by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

N.J. Local Posts #9: Newark Dispatch Post by Larry Lyons

Franklin Furnace: A Look Back by Jean Walton

May 2016 Web Update by Warren Plank

Member News – NY2016, Thanks to Donors, and Member Update

Hometown Post Offices: National Park, NJ by Jean Walton

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Vol. 44 No. 1 Whole number 201  February 2016

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

The First U.S. Warship Sunk On 7 December 1941: NJ-Built Battleship, USS Oklahoma (BB 37)

   by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

N.J. Local Posts #8: Fearey’s Mustang Express, Old & New Theories by Larry Lyons

Stage Operations and the Mails in NJ: An Update by Steven M. Roth 33

Jersey City to Manila by China Clipper: A Colgate Cover by John Trosky & Jean Walton

NJ Straight Line Handstamps: Springfield, NJ by Robert G. Rose

New Finds of Early New Jersey Postmarks by Ed & Jean Siskin

February 2016 Web Update by Warren Plank

Member News –Thanks to Donors, Member Update, and February 29 challenge

Hometown Post Offices: Alpine, NJ by Jean Walton

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Vol. 43 No. 4 Whole number 200  November 2015

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

History of the Batsto Post Office by Arne Englund

LAWRENCE KEARNY, A Forgotten New Jersey Hero by John Edge

N.J. Local Posts #7: City Letter Express Mail, Newark, NJ by Larry Lyons

NJ Straight Line Handstamps: Haddonfield, NJ by Robert G. Rose

Jersey City to Lakehurst & Around the World by John Trosky

Nuclear Powered Attack Submarine - USS New Jersey by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

Edgerston: Window to Life in NJ during the Revolution by Jean R. Walton

Foxcatcher Farm – Mixing Felony & Philately by Prof. Mark Sommer

Roosevelt-Carteret: A Short-Lived PO Name by Jean Walton

Members News: Webmaster’s Report by Warren Plank

Member News: Treasurer’s Report by Andy Kupersmit

Member News – Other news (Dues/D’Avino card sale) by Jean Walton

Hometown Post Offices: Iona, NJ by Jean Walton

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Vol. 43 No. 3 Whole number 199  August 2015

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Garden State Post Card Club Show!

NJ Straight Line Hand Stamp Postmarks: Lawrenceville by Robert G. Rose

Navy Chaplain C.S. Stewart & A 158 Year Old Cover by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

Moorestown From Morristown Auxiliary Mark by Ed & Jean Siskin

N.J. Local Posts #6: Hackney & Bolte, Atlantic City, New Jersey by Larry Lyons

New Jersey-Built Warships at Tokyo Bay: 70th Anniversary of VJ Day by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

Vernon-Verona Missent Item by Gene Fricks

Glenn Dye, A New Jersey Original by Jean Walton

Member News: Minutes of Annual Meeting, Notices, Membership Report

Hometown Post Offices: Bivalve, NJ by Jean Walton

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Vol. 43 No. 2 Whole number 198  May 2015

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

NOJEX and Annual Meeting

Lincoln Funeral Train Passes Through New Jersey by Jean Walton

All Points West: The Railway Post Offices of Jersey City by John A. Trosky

Early Post Offices in the Lambertville Area by Jim Walker

N.J. Local Posts #5: Faunce’s Penny Post, Atlantic City, New Jersey by Larry Lyons

New Jersey-Built Fleet Tug USS Sonoma by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

On the Auction Scene: NJ First Day Covers and $1 Columbian by Robert G. Rose

J. Theodore Calhoun ~ A NJ Civil War Surgeon by Jean Walton

Jersey to New Jersey ~ New Jersey’s 350th Anniversary by Prof. Mark Sommer

Webmaster Update by Warren Plank

Member News: NOJEX, New Member, and Thanks to Donors

Hometown Post Offices: Brotzmanville, NJ by Arne Englund and Len Peck

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Vol. 43 No. 1 Whole number 197  February 2015

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Short-Lived New Jersey Post Offices by Arne Englund

Additions to a Collection of Civil War Patriotic Covers by Richard Micchelli

N.J. Local Posts #4: Rogers’ Penny Post, Newark, New Jersey by Larry Lyons

New Jersey-Built Fleet Tug USS Ontario by Capt. Lawrence B. Brennan, USN (Ret.)

On the Auction Scene: 18th Century New Jersey Covers: by Robert G. Rose

A Melodrama in Four Acts by Don Chafetz

Member News: New Members & Changes, and Thanks to Donors

Hometown Post Offices: Where is the Bridge in High Bridge? by Jean Walton

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Vol. 42 No. 4 Whole number 196  November 2014

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

NJ Locals: Bayonne City Dispatch by Larry Lyons

Not A Morristown, NJ Cross-Border Cover by Robert G. Rose

1847 Cover To Newark New Jersey & 1847 Cover Census by Mark Scheuer

Birth of the US Post Office by Ed & Jean Siskin

Book Review: From Indian Trails to the Birth of a Nation, Douglas Clark, Ed. by Robert G. Rose

1937 First All NJ Air Mail Flights, Part II: Additional Communities by Don Chafetz

Member News: Bequest, Dues, National Postal Museum, Errata

Hometown Post Offices: Bloomingdale, NJ by Jean Walton

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Vol. 42 No. 3 Whole number 195  August 2014

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

MERPEX!

Garden State Postcard Show

Earliest Reported Burlington cancel: 1767 by Ed & Jean Siskin

NJ Stampless County Postmarks by Robert G. Rose

NJ Soldier Letters in the Civil War by Dennis Buttacavoli

Newly Discovered NJ Express Memorabilia, Part IV by Bruce Mosher

NJ Locals: Bradway's Despatch by Larry Lyons

NJ 1st All NJ Air Mail 1937 by Don Chafetz

Hometown Post Offices: Green Village, NJ by Jean R. Walton

Web Site Update by Warren Plank

Member News: Annual Meeting Minutes, Membership Changes, Obituaries

Member Ads

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Vol. 42 No. 2 Whole number 194  May 2014

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

NOJEX and Annual Meeting

NJ’s Negative Lettered Stampless Postmarks by Robert G. Rose

Newly Discovered NJ Express Memorabilia, Part III by Bruce Mosher

NJ & Lincoln’s Re-Election In 1864 by Richard Micchelli & Jean R. Walton

Jenkins’ Camden Dispatch by Larry Lyons

The Valley: A Tale of Three Post Offices by Jean R. Walton

Hometown Post Offices: Cape May, NJ by Doug D’Avino

Member News: Len Peck Obituary, Donors, Membership Changes, Dues

Treasurer’s Report by Andy Kupersmit

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Vol. 42 No. 1 Whole number 193  February 2014

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Bridgeton Forerunner, 1694 by Ed & Jean Siskin

Where Can I Mail A Letter? The History of Postal Service in Maplewood by Gail R. Safian

Paulsboro NJ Via Philadelphia Transit by John D. Dowd

Philatelic Morris Canal, Part 2 by Don Chafetz

USS LING, SS 297, New Jersey Memorial Submarine by Prof. Mark Sommer

Beemersville, 1841 by Ed & Jean Siskin

Communications with Secretary of the Navy Southard by Jean R. Walton

Hometown Post Offices: Griggstown, NJ by Doug D’Avino

Member News: Thanks, Membership Changes, Dues

Member Ads

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Vol. 41 No. 4 Whole number 192  November 2013

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Jersey City and the Beginnings of Big Tobacco by John Trosky

Recently Discovered Private Express Memorabilia Used In NJ: Part II by Bruce Mosher

National Air Mail Week 1938: Revisited by Jim Walker

Philatelic Morris Canal by Don Chafetz

Member News: Thanks, Membership Changes, Dues

Hometown Post Offices: Watchung, NJ by Doug D’Avino

Member Ads

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Vol. 41 No. 3 Whole number 191  August 2013

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

MERPEX XXXVII

Unofficial Registration Of New Jersey Stampless Covers by James W. Milgram, M.D.

An Announcement from Trader’s Express by Bruce Mosher

Legislative Franks of NJ: Supplemental Information by Ed & Jean Siskin

Correspondence between NJ & Tennessee by L. Steve Edmondson

On the Auction Scene: Pan-Pacific FDC by Robert G. Rose

Civil War Soldier’s Letters by Richard Micchelli & Craig Mathewson

Hudson Heights: Another Small Post Office by Gene Fricks

Recently Discovered Private Express Memorabilia Used In NJ: Part I by Bruce Mosher

Free Franks Of Samuel Southard by Jean Walton

Hometown Post Offices: Summit, NJ by Doug D’Avino

Member News: Annual Meeting Minutes, Spellman Symposium, Donors, New Members

Member Ads

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Vol. 41 No. 2 Whole number 190  May 2013

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

NOJEX and Annual Meeting

Stage Coach Operations and the Mails in NJ, Part 2 by Steven M. Roth

Heaven, Hell Or Cresskill? A Jersey City/Cresskill

    Connection to the A.E.F. in World War I by John Trosky

Twelve Cent 1851 Issue Usage In New Jersey:  Revisited by Robert G. Rose

Stampless Prepaid Transcontinental Cover from Marysville CA to NJ by James W. Milgram, M.D.

Civil War Soldier’s Letters from Camp Ruff by Richard Micchelli

On the Auction Scene: 5¢1847 Issue with Trenton Star Cancel by Robert G. Rose

Hometown Post Offices:  Sergeantsville, NJ Doug D’Avino

Member News:  Treasurers Report, Donors, New Members

Member Ads

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Vol. 41 No. 1 Whole number 189  February 2013

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Intended for Graf Zeppelin But Carried By Steamer by John Trosky

Stage Coach Operations and the Mails in NJ, Part 1 by Steven M. Roth

Paterson Commemorates the Emancipation Proclamation by Gene Fricks

Who Was Sam Miller & What Happened To Him? by Prof. Mark Sommer

Legislative Free Franks of NJ, Part II & A New Earliest Free Frank by Ed & Jean Siskin

Riverton "Wide" Precans: New Jersey's Only Horizontal Type by Robert R. Goller

Amos Kendall Post PO Fire Letters to NJ Post Offices by Jean Walton

Hometown Post Offices:  Robbinsville, NJ by Doug D'Avino

Member News:  NJPH Erratum, Donors, New Members

Member Ads

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Vol. 40 No. 4 Whole number 188  November 2012

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey’s First Federally-Supplied Handstamps by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey’s Legislative Franks by Ed & Jean Siskin

Bridgeton’s Postmasters of the 19th Century by Doug D'Avino

On The Auction Scene: New Jersey Stampless Covers by Robert G. Rose

75th Anniversary of the Hindenburg Disaster: NJ Notes by Jean Walton

Hometown Post Offices:  Changewater, NJ by Arnie Englund

Member News:  NJPHS EBay Auction, New Members

Member Ads

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Vol. 40 No. 3 Whole number 187  August 2012

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Hadley Air Field, New Brunswick, NJ by Jim Walker

Seabrook, NJ (08302) by Gene Fricks

Census of Early New Jersey Covers: Part 4: Town Markings by Ed and Jean Siskin

Ebay Discoveries – Some Nice Finds by Don Chafetz

Perfins for the State Of New Jersey – A Review by Fricks, Rose, Jackson, and Hoppis

Philatelic Shorts: Birmingham, NJ by Gene Fricks

James Moody, An American Loyalist & His Interceptions of

   Washington’s Communications with Philadelphia by Jean Walton

Hometown Post Offices: Bridgeton, NJ by Doug D'Avino

Member News: Annual Meeting, Web Resources, New Members, Obituary

Member Ads

Literature Available

 

Vol. 40 No. 2 Whole number 186  May 2012

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

NOJEX and Annual NJPHS Meeting

Share Your Hometown Post Offices: GSPCC Request by Doug D’Avino & Arne Englund

Five Cent 1856 Stamp on Covers from New Jersey by Robert G. Rose

From Guadalcanal to the Garden State: August 6, 1942: Part II by Lawrence Brennan

Women’s Suffrage in New Jersey by Gene Fricks

Anderson/Port Colden/Penwell/Port Murray Post Offices by Arne Englund

Special Delivery: Riverton NJ by John McCormick, Patricia Solin, and  Paul W. Schopp

Parker & Califon Cancellers by Jim Walker

Early Scouting Post Cards Posted in New Jersey by John D. Dowd

NJ Central Hauls the Mail: RPO at Bound Brook by Thomas Nemeth

Clarksboro Query by Gene Fricks

Titanic Mail Clerk John March by Jean R. Walton

Member News: Annual Meeting, Donors, New Members

Member Ads

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Vol. 40 No. 1 Whole number 185  February 2012

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

A Wonderful Revolutionary War Letter by Ed & Jean Siskin

From Guadalcanal To The Garden State: August 6, 1942: Part I by Lawrence Brennan

History of the Hammonton Post Office by Doug D’Avino

Civil War Patriotics: The Story of the Beverly Hospital by William E. Hughes, Jean Walton

& Richard Micchelli

Census of Early NJ Covers, Part 3: Princeton by Ed & Jean Siskin

Hometown Post Offices: Ampere, NJ by Doug D’Avino

Member News

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Vol. 39 No. 4 Whole number 184  November 2011

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Clarksburg Rimless Postmark by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Civil War Covers: The Wyman Correspondence by Richard Micchelli

Roadstown Manuscript Marking by Gene Fricks

Smithville ~ Hezekiah B. Smith’s Industrial Village by Doug D’Avino

Development of the Mail in Morris County: Part V by Donald Chafetz

Some New Jersey Machine Cancels by Gene Fricks

The New Jersey Philatelist, 1892 by Jean Walton

Hometown Post Offices: Amatol, NJ by Doug D’Avino.

Member News

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Vol. 39 No. 3 Whole number 183  August 2011

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Bordentown Stage cover by Robert G. Rose

Two Jersey City Transatlantic Covers by Robert Buckler

Elizabethtown Stampless Postmark Altered To Read “Elizabeth” by Robert G. Rose

Liberty Corner and Its Postmasters by Doug D’Avino

Illegal Use of Postage as Revenue by Edward T. Andrews

Census of Early New Jersey Covers, Part 2: New Brunswick by Ed & Jean Siskin

Millville’s “Old Home Week”: Snapshots from a Century Ago by Edward C. Smith, III

Development of Mail Service in Morris County Part IV by Don Chatetz

NJ Manuscript Markings: Update by Steven J. Roth

Hometown Post Offices: Wharton (Port Oram), NJ by Doug D'Avino

Member News: Minutes, Obituary, New Members

Member Ads

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Vol. 39 No. 2 Whole number 182  May 2011

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Bordentown Stage cover by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Civil War Covers by Richard Micchelli

Clover Hill Fancy Cancel by Jim Walker

A New (Old) Postmark And Travelogue by Robert Livingstone

Fair View Straightline Handstamp: Is It a New Jersey Postmark? by Robert G. Rose

Census of Early New Jersey Covers, Part 1: Newark by Ed and Jean Siskin

Additions to the Southard Letters by Mike Yannotta, with Historical Notes by Jean Walton

Development of Mail Service in Morris County Part III by Don Chatetz

Hometown Post Offices: Fanwood, NJ by Doug D'Avino

Member News: Donations, Web Updates

Member Ads

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Vol. 39 No. 1 Whole number 181  February 2011

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Bordentown Stage cover by Robert G. Rose

Point Breeze, (Bordentown, NJ) & The Bonapartes by Jean Walton

Lebanon, NJ – An Extraordinary Postal History by Jim Walker

On the Auction Scene: NJ Stampless Covers by Robert G. Rose

Development of Mail Service in Morris County Part II, 1750-1847 by Don Chatetz

The Short-Lived Mannington Hill Post Office edited by Jean Walton

Hometown Post Offices: Ocean Grove by Doug D'Avino

Member News: Donations, Web Updates, Treasurer’s Report

Member Ads

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Vol. 38 No. 4 Whole number 180  November 2010

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Abuse of the Franking Privilege by Ed and Jean Siskin

First Airmail Leaves Salem County 1938/1918 Plane Crash Memorial by J. Harlan Buzby

Middleville Post Office, Sussex County by Doug D'Avino

NJ's Stampless Saw Tooth Rate Marking by Robert G. Rose

Atlantic City Additions by Gene Fricks

Development of Mail Service in Morris County, 1760-1850 by Don Chatetz

Pottersville: Hunterdon or Somerset? by Jim Walker

Additions to the Southard Letters by Don Chafetz

Hunterdon County Postal History:  Part 13: RR & Canal Mail by Jim Walker

Hometown Post Offices: Mount Holly by Doug D'Avino

Member News (Paul Jackson Obituary, Web Files, Treasurer’s Report)

Member Ads

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Vol. 38 No. 3 Whole number 179  August 2010

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Early NJ Illustrated Letter Sheets edited by JWalton

Atlantic City PO Time Capsule by Gene Fricks

Union, NJ Straight Line Marking by Robert G. Rose

First Postmaster of Holmdel NJ by George Joynson

Hunterdon County Postal History:  Part 12: Doanes by Jim Walker

Sparta, NJ ~ Early Sussex Post Office by Len Peck

Manuscript Database Update by Steve Roth

An Interesting Colonial Item, An Online Find!

Air Mail Week in Hunterdon County, 1938 by Jim Walker

The Royal Train in New Jersey, 1939 by Jean Walton

Member News (Web Updates, Annual Meeting Minutes)

Hometown Post Offices: Townsend’s Inlet by Doug D’Avino

Member Ads

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Vol. 38 No. 2 Whole number 178  May 2010

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

NOJEX and Annual NJPHS Meeting

Treasure Island – A Boy Scout Camp Post Office Reprinted from SOSSI

An “Elisabethport” Misspelled Postmark by Robert G. Rose

Hunterdon County Postal History: RFD in Hunterdon County by Jim Walker

From Russia with Love: US Return Card to New Jersey by Jean R. Walton

NJ Capitals and County Formation by Ed Siskin & Jean R. Walton

Len Peck – Centenarian!

Member News (Free Online Library, Annual Meeting, NOJEX)

Hometown Post Offices: Jersey City by John Trosky

Member Ads

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Vol. 38 No. 1 Whole number 177  February 2010

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Samuel Dodd, Engraver of a Hackettstown Postmark by Steve Beare

New Jersey Origins of the NBA by John A. Trosky

More New Jersey Military Cancels by Gene Fricks

The Holcombe Farm Cancellers by Jim Walker

Notes on New Jersey Highway Post Offices by William A. Keller

NJ-Built U.S. Fast Aircraft Carriers: Part VIBA, USS Kitty Hawk by Lawrence Brennan

Member News

Hometown Post Offices

Member Ads

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Vol. 37 No. 4 Whole number 176  November 2009

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

APOs ~ Vietnam-New Jersey Correspondence by Jim Walker

A Second LZ-127 Cover! by Len Peck

New Jersey Highway Post Offices by Jean Walton

Some Closed Base Post Offices by Doug D’Avino

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 10 – Current POs Q-Z by Jim Walker

NJ-Built U.S. Fast Aircraft Carriers: Part VI~A, USS Kitty Hawk by Lawrence Brennan

Philatelic Shorts: Smelly Business! by Gene Fricks

Member News

Word Puzzle: Warren County DPOs

 

Vol. 37 No. 3 Whole number 175  August 2009

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Graf Zeppelin (LZ-127) Maiden Flight Cover from the USA, with a Jersey City NJ

Cancel by John Trosky

New Jersey Supplementary Mail by Leonard Piszkiewicz

David Stryker – First Postmaster of Ironia In Randolph, NJ

and the Ironia Post Office by Gail Hari w/Larry Lowenthal

Columbus, NJ Skull & Crossbones: Request for Information by Jim Doolin

NJ-Built U.S. Fast Aircraft Carriers: Part V, The CVLs by Lawrence Brennan

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 9 – Current POs G-P by Jim Walker

Member News (Minutes of Annual Meeting/Treasurer’s Report/Website)

Word Puzzle: Union County DPOs

 

Vol. 37 No. 2 Whole number 174  May 2009

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

NOJEX and Our Annual NJPHS Meeting!

New Jersey’s Ornamented Mortised Postmark  by Robert G. Rose

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 8 – Current POs A-F by Jim Walker

NJ-Built U.S. Fast Aircraft Carriers: Part IV by Lawrence Brennan

Development of Sussex POs: Hamburg & the Paterson-Hamburg Pike by Len Peck

Philatelic Shorts: Maurer, NJ and Barber Station [Perth Amboy] by Gene Fricks

Philatelic Genealogy  by Jim Miller

Member News (Auction, New Members,Website, SNJ Perfin)

Word Puzzle: Sussex County DPOs

 

Vol. 37 No. 1 Whole number 173  Feb 2009

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

The Cholera Epidemic of 1848-1849: A New Brunswick Letter by Len Peck

On The Auction Scene: Another Unrecorded 5¢ 1847 Trenton Cover by Robert G. Rose

Postal History Takes Many Forms: A Postal Savings Certificate by Ann Madara & Jean Walton

NJ-Built U.S. Fast Aircraft Carriers: Part III by Lawrence Brennan

Multistate Postal History Exhibiting Competition! by Robert G. Rose

Kennedy First Days – A Request For Help by Henry B. Scheuer

Philatelic Shorts: H.M.S. Asbury? by Dann Mayo

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 7 - DPOs by Township by Jim Walker

Philatelic Shorts: Mount Holly - Two Fancy Cancel Covers by Gene Fricks

Philatelic Shorts: Nitro Girl! – A Jersey Classic! by Jean Walton

NJ Manuscript Database Update by Steve Roth & Warren Plank

Member News (Web site Update, Boxborough, New Members)

Word Puzzle: Somerset County DPOs

 

Vol. 36 No. 4 Whole number 172  Nov 2008

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

Snow Hill (Snowhill) and Lawnside, New Jersey by Gene Fricks

Let’s Go! Citizen’s/Military/Training/Camps” Cancel: Used in NJ? by Doug D’Avino

Unusual Cover From New Jersey To Tasmania In 1890 by John Shepherd, SAS/O

A Chronological List of Sussex Post Offices by Len Peck

NJ-Built U.S. Fast Aircraft Carriers: Part II by Lawrence Brennan

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 6 - DPOs by Township by Jim Walker

Member News (In Memoriam: Gerard J. Neufeld; New Members; New Website; Merpex)

Word Puzzle: Salem County DPOs

 

Vol. 36 No. 3 Whole number 171  Aug 2008

President’s Message by Robert G. Rose

NJ-Built U.S. Fast Aircraft Carriers: Part I by Lawrence Brennan

Lambertville 20th Century Cancelling Devices by Jim Walker

The Great Stamp Swindle: 1874-1878 by Len Peck

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 5 - DPOs by Township by Jim Walker

Anthrax Letters Update by Jean Walton

Member News [Treasurer’s Report, Minutes, New Members]

MERPEX!

Word Puzzle: Passaic County DPOs

 

Vol. 36 No. 2 Whole number 170  May 2008

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

NOJEX & NJPHS Meeting!

Beautiful Spring Lake and its Post Offices: 1875 - 2008 by Charles D. Wrege

Governor’s Free Frank? by Ed Siskin

Rural Free Delivery by Len Peck

Twelve Cent 1851 Issue Usage In New Jersey by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Perfins by Paul Jackson

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 4 - DPOs by Township by Jim Walker

Gloucester City Immigration Station: WWII Internment Camp by Jean Walton

NJPHS Ebay Auction Report by Arne Englund

Member News

Word Puzzle: Ocean County DPOs

 

Vol. 36 No. 1 Whole number 169  Feb 2008

President's Message  by Robert G. Rose

Leap Year Birthday Covers by Paul Jackson

NJ Doanes – Post Office Establishments and Discontinuations by Arne Englund

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 3 - DPOs by Township by Jim Walker

A Few Additional Washington NJ Organ Covers by Jean Walton

Early Travel & Mail Transportation in New Jersey by Len Peck

Traveling by Stage Across New Jersey in 1832 by Francis Kemble Butler

New Jersey Manuscript Town Markings Database: Update by Steven M. Roth

Samuel L. Southard – Redux by Jean Walton

NJPHS Ebay Auction by Arne Englund

Member News

Word Puzzle: Morris County DPOs

 

Vol. 35 No. 4 Whole number 168  Nov 2007

President's Message  by Robert G. Rose

A Colonial Postmaster Re-enactor by Robert G. Rose

Holmdel Triple Rate Cover, 1866 by Gene Fricks

When the Trolley Came to Morristown by Jean Walton

U.S. Postal History before the U.S. Post Office by Ed Siskin

Part I: An Overview

Part II:  Understanding Rates

Part III: Understanding Dates

On the Auction Scene: The Princeton Colonial Handstamp by Robert G. Rose

Hunterdon County Postal History:

Part 2:  Hunterdon Post Offices in what became a Part of Mercer County by Jim Walker

Sussex Court House: Sussex County’s First Post Office by Len Peck

Letter to Henry Clay Cameron at Princeton in 1855  by Joseph J. Felcone

Member News

Word Puzzle: Monmouth County DPOs

 

Vol. 35 No. 3 Whole number 167  Aug 2007

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

Early History of the Post in New Jersey: The Neale Patent and Andrew Hamilton by Len Peck

A Revolutionary Letter from the Battle of Springfield by Ed Siskin

Location Search: Jenkins Camden Dispatch by Gene Fricks

Hunterdon County Postal History: Part 1 by Jim Walker

Doty’s Garden: Part II

Letters between NJ & China in the 1800s by Jean Walton

Trenton Transit by Gene Fricks

Dixon Pencil Illustrated Advertising Covers by Robert G. Rose

Member News

MERPEX!

Word Puzzle: Middlesex County DPOs

 

Vol. 35 No. 2 Whole number 166  May 2007

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

NOJEX and Annual NJPHS meeting

A Bogus New Jersey Civil War Patriotic Cover  by Robert G. Rose

“Retreat Jersey” by Ed Siskin

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 10 by Jack Edge

Dorchester, NJ Discovery Copy by Ken Hall

On the Auction Scene:  Unrecorded 5¢ 1847 Trenton Cover by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 10B by Bruce C. Mosher

Philatelic Shorts by Paul Jackson

A Short History of Fort Hancock, NJ by Jean Walton

Member News

Word Puzzle: Mercer County DPOs

 

Vol. 35 No. 1 Whole number 165  Feb 2007

President's Message  by Robert G. Rose

Vernon, NJ and Denton Correspondence by Len Peck

Port Mercer: A New Stampless Handstamp Postmark by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 10A

The New Jersey Express Company by Bruce H. Mosher

New Jersey Manuscript Town Markings:  Interim Report by Steven M. Roth

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 9 by Jack Edge

Hiram E. Deats: Further Thoughts by Gene Fricks

So This Is Pittstown! by Jim Walker

2006 Treasurers Report by Andy Kupersmit

Member Changes of Address etc.

Word Puzzle: Hunterdon County DPOs

 

Vol. 34 No. 4 Whole number 164  Nov 2006

President's Message  by Robert G. Rose

Columbian Hoboken Covers by Robert G. Rose

Hiram E. Deats: Hunterdon’s Farmer-Philatelist  by Jim Walker

Cape Island Manuscript Ship Cover by Steven M. Roth

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 9B ~The Alvin Adams Expresses by Bruce Mosher

Addressed to Where? The Story of a Letter and a Cover by Craig Mathewson

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 8 by Jack Edge

Newark Postmark Goes Missing! by Jean R. Walton

Member News New Members and Treasurer’s Report by Andy Kupersmit

Philatelic Shorts: Somerville & Newark by Gene Fricks

Word Puzzle: Hudson County DPOs

 

Vol. 34 No. 3 Whole number 163  Aug 2006

President's Message  by Robert G. Rose

The Stampless Letters of Judge Caleb Hazen Valentine by Robert Livingstone

Brigantine, N.J. ~ The Early Years  by Craig Mathewson

The Great Flood of 1903 by Jim Walker

Wheel of Fortune Cancel: Request for Help by Roger D. Curran

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 7 by Jack Edge

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 9A ~ The Alvin Adams Expresses by Bruce Mosher

Trenton Nixie Cancel by Jean R. Walton

Two Nice Newark Manufacturing Covers by Gene Fricks

Member News and MERPEX! by Jean R. Walton

Word Puzzle: Gloucester County DPOs

 

Vol. 34 No. 2 Whole number 162  May 2006

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Sprayed-On Machine Markings by Gene Fricks

New Jersey Private Express Companies Part 8B: ....... Little Known Express Companies in New Jersey (M To W) by Bruce H. Mosher

Burnt Tavern, NJ - Discovery Copy Reexamined by Ken Hall

Atlantic City Revisited by Paul Jackson

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 6 by Jack Edge

Member News by Jean R. Walton

Word Puzzle: Essex County DPOs

 

Vol. 34 No. 1 Whole number 161  Feb 2006

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

Washington 2006 and NJPHS Auction

New Brunswick’s Postal Markings, Part III....... The Stampless Period: 1812-1855 by Robert G. Rose

Air Mail Route #97 in New Jersey by Gene Fricks

New Jersey Private Express Companies Part 8A ....... Little Known Express Companies in New Jersey (C To K) by Bruce H. Mosher

Dating by Contents - A Sergeantsville, NJ 1861 Cover by Jim Walker

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 5 by Jack Edge

Resources, References, and Recommendations by Mark Sommer

Manuscript Marking Database by Jean R. Walton

Member News by Jean R. Walton

Word Puzzle: Cumberland County DPOs

 

Vol. 33 No. 4 Whole number 160  Nov 2005

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

On the Auction Scene: The Siskin Collection by Robert G. Rose

New Listings: New Jersey Stampless Markings by Ken Hall

World War I New Jersey Covers by Paul Jackson

A Tale of Two Covers, or “You Can’t Tell a Book by its Cover” by Craig Mathewson

The Belvidere Delaware and Flemington Railroads by Jim Walker

Good Intent, NJ by Gene Fricks

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 4 by Jack Edge

Member News: New Members

Some Tips on Scanning for the Journal by Jean R. Walton

Washington 2006

Word Puzzle: Cape May County DPOs

 

Vol. 33 No. 3 Whole number 159  Aug 2005

President's Message  by Robert G. Rose

Rare Post War Of 1812 Restored Rate  ~ Trenton April 10, 1816 by Ken Hall

New Brunswick’s Postal Markings:  The Stampless Period Part II:  1800 - 1812 by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Summer Post Offices by Arne Englund

By Stage to Cape May County by Craig Mathewson

The 1847 Newark Valentine Cover: A Follow-Up by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 7 More about Wells Fargo & Company Express by Bruce H. Mosher

It’s Not All Collecting: Other Uses Of Postal History by Gene Fricks

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 3 by Jack Edge

Minutes of Annual Meeting and New Members by Jean R. Walton

Ocean Grove, NJ Revisited by Charles Fricke

MERPEX!

Word Puzzle: New Jersey Summer Post Offices

 

Vol. 33 No. 2 Whole number 158  May 2005

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

On the Auction Scene by Robert G. Rose

Multiplicity - A First Issue Postal Card by Charles A. Fricke

Snufftown [Sussex County] Explained! by Len Peck

New Brunswick’s Postal Markings:  The Stampless Period Part I:  18th Century Markings by Robert G. Rose

A Bit Of History On A Postcard by Craig Mathewson

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 6B Express Companies with Offices in Newark by Bruce H. Mosher

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 2 by Jack Edge

Trenton P&DC Reopens:Anthrax Terrorism Site Gets A New Beginning by Gene Fricks & Jean Walton

NOJEX, Annual Meeting and other Member News

Word Puzzle: Camden DPOs

 

Vol. 33 No. 1 Whole number 157  February 2005

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

On the Auction Scene by Robert G. Rose

The Post Towns of Burlington County: Part 1 by Jack Edge

Alliance: A Unique Post Office - A Unique Cancellation? By Prof. Mark Sommer

The Trial of the Century by Jim Walker

History of the Fredon, NJ Post Office by Myra Snook, Fredon Twp. Historian

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 6A Express Companies with Offices in Newark by Bruce H. Mosher

Two Ocean Grove, NJ Cancels by Gene Fricks

New Book, New Member and other Member News

Word Puzzle - Burlington County DPOs

 

Vol. 32 No. 4 Whole number 156  November 2004

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

Elihu Doty’s Garden ~ New Brunswick, Borneo, & China by Jean R. Walton

Discover of Newark Colonial Manuscript Postmark by Robert G. Rose

The Montague NJ Post Office by Len Peck

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 5B Wells Fargo & Company’s Express by Bruce H. Mosher

A Genealogical Look at NJ Postal History in the Stampless Era by Henry A. Hudson, USNR-Ret.

Some Interesting New Jersey Markings: Gibbstown, NJ by Gene Fricks

Auction Report by Arne Englund

Treasurer’s Report by Andy Kupersmit

Word Puzzle - Bergen County DPOs

 

Vol. 32 No. 3 Whole number 155  August 2004

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 5A Wells Fargo & Company’s Express by Bruce H. Mosher

Sid Morginstin Bordentown Sale

Two Interesting New Jersey Stampless Cover Finds by Ken Hall

The Way It Used To Be….File #7840 by Don Wentzel

On The Auction Scene:  More 1847 Issue Covers by Robert G. Rose

Minutes of the Annual Meeting by Jean R. Walton

Word Puzzle  ~ Atlantic County DPOs

 

Vol. 32 No. 2 Whole number 154  May 2004

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

NJPHS Meeting at NOJEX

Coles Update!

New Variety of Newark Oval Handstamp by Robert G. Rose

Green Brook, New Jersey by Gene Fricks

Hackettstown’s Post Office and Postal Service by Len Frank

In Memoriam:  Calvet Hahn by Robert G. Rose

Siderographer Initials by Doug D’Avino

New Jersey Express Companies:  Part 4 The West Jersey Express Company by Bruce H. Mosher

A Postal Romance - Book Review by Jean Walton

Word Puzzle ~ NJ Doanes

 

Vol. 32 No. 1 Whole number 153  February 2004

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

Treasurer’s Report by Andy Kupersmit

Discovery of Bridgetown Oval Handstamp Variety by Robert G. Rose

Elusive Early 19th Century New Jersey Post Offices by Arne Englund

The Organ Capital of the World Part 3:  Washington, NJ by Len Frank

Other Manufacturers in Washington Borough

Little York:  08834 by Jim Walker

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 3 Buck’s Express And The Hope Express Company by Bruce H. Mosher

New Members

On The Auction Scene: Things Aren’t Always As They Appear  by Robert G. Rose

NJPHS March Ebay Auction by Arne Englund

Announcements by Jean Walton

Word Puzzle ~ 18th century POs

 

Vol. 31 No. 4 Whole number 152  November 2003

 President's Message by Robert G. Rose

The Morristown Post Office by Donald A. Chafetz

New Members

The Organ Capital of the World:  Washington, NJ by Len Frank

....... Part II Joseph B. Cornish and Cornish & Company

The Camden Inverted Circle Date Handstamps by Gene Fricks

 

Vol. 31 No. 3 Whole number 151  August 2003

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

In Memoriam: Robert J. Zanoni

Minutes of the Annual Meeting by Jean R. Walton

Treasurer’s Report  Robert J. Zanoni

The Organ Capital of the World: Washington, NJ by Len Frank....... Part I: Daniel F. Beatty

NJ Doane Cancels - “Questionable” Towns by Arne Englund

New Jersey Classics Featured in Recent Auctions by Robert G. Rose

Civil War Correspondence: Private William K. Heath by Jim Walker

NJPHS Ebay Auctions by Arne Englund

The Baker Covers by Gene Fricks

Fort Monmouth Branch FDCs, Red Bank, NJ by Gene Fricks

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 2 by Bruce H. Mosher

 

Vol. 31 No. 2 Whole number 150  May 2003

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

Reminders:  NOJEX

New Jersey Private Express Companies: Part 1 by Bruce H. Mosher

The 10¢ 1855 Issue on Cover by Robert G. Rose

Josiah Simpson Studdiford:  Civil War Correspondence by Jim Walker

Postally Used Columbians of 1992 by Paul Schumacher

Camden, NJ by Gene Fricks

Call for Ebay Auction Lots by Arne Englund

 

Vol. 31 No. 1 Whole number 149  February 2003

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

Treasurer's Report by Robert Zanoni

A Challenge from the Empire State Postal History Society by Alan Parsons

Army Post Office #254 by Jim Walker

The Hunt for New Jersey Flag Cancels by Charles Adrion

New Jersey Private Express Companies by Bruce Mosher

5¢ Red Error Census - Survey of New Jersey Covers by Doug D'Avino

New Jersey Postal History on Ebay Auction by Arne Englund

War of 1812 letter by Arne Englund

Mount Holly, N.J. Stage Mail by Jean R. Walton

 

Vol. 30 No. 4  Whole number 148  November 2002

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

Morris County Patriotic Covers by Donald Chafetz

Blood's Dispatch, The Lambertville Connection by Jim Walker

Reminders

The Peapack Oval:  A Further Revison and Update by Robert G. Rose

The First NJPHS Auction on Ebay by Arne Englund

Additons to Email List

Atlantic City Postal History by Jim Mason

Southard Notebooks:  Index to Published Letters  by Jean R. Walton

 

Vol. 30 No. 3  Whole number 147  September 2002

President's Message by Robert G. Rose

NJPHS Award Winners at APS/Merpex/Balpex Shows

The New Germantown Straightline Handstamp by Robert G. Rose

Reminders

Southard Notebooks: Part XVI - Mr. Southard:  A Politcal Man  by Jean R. Walton

Political Parties 1820-1842 reflected in Southard correspondence

New Members

Online Opportunities: Buying on Ebay

NJPHS member emails and interests

 

Vol. 30 No. 2  Whole number 146  July 2002

President's Note by Robert G. Rose

Minutes of the Annual Meeting

Stampless Cover Book Update

Updating William Coles' book - by Donald Chafetz

NJPHS Auctions on Ebay by Aren Englund

Beginning of Society Auctions online

Solberg Airport Dedication by Jim Walker

Southard Notebooks: Part XIV - Morris Canal Days  by Jean R. Walton

Southard Correspondence with a Morris Canal connection Part XV - Col. Isaac Southard  by Jean R. Walton

A few letters relating to S.L. Southard's brother, Isaac Southard, NJ Treasurer

APS & MERPEX shows

 

Vol. 30 No. 1  Whole number 145  March 2002

President's Note by Robert G. Rose

More Columbian Hoboken Covers

Registered covers with dollar value Columbians used in 1893.

Canal Service by James Walker

Delaware & Raritan Canal "Boat Service" markings

Southard Notebooks: Part XIII - Mr. Southard:  A Favor Please by Jean R. Walton

Political patronage reflected in Southard correspondence

Cameo Corners Card Covers  A Request for Help by Thomas Beckman

A request for photocopies of New Jersey cameo covers between 1850 and 1875

Wanted: Columbus on Columbian Covers by William Jones & Overton T. Harris

A request for information on "Columbus" post offices on Columbian stamps & covers

Treasurer's Fiscal Report 2001 by Robert J. Zanoni, Treasurer

 

Vol. 29 No. 4  Whole number 144  November 2001

Society Messages and President's Note by Robert G. Rose

Presidential Issue Usages in New Jersey, Part I

Illustrations of usages of the "Prexies" from 1938 - the late '50's and early '60's.

Southard Notebooks: Part XII - Mr. Southard: Business as Usual by Jean R. Walton

Correspondence from Samuel L. Southard's law career

A Twice-Used Postal Card from Jersey City, New Jersey and a curious question  by Robert Buckler

UX5 mailed in 1880 - twice.

The New Germantown Straight Line Revisited  by Robert G. Rose

Some questions and investigation of the existence of a handstamp New Germantown NJ cancel listed in Coles and the American Stampless Cover Catalog

 

Vol. 29 No. 3  Whole number 143  September 2001

President's Note by Robert G. Rose

Fish House Post Office, Camden County, New Jersey by Paul W. Schopp

The amazing and well documented story of one post office across the years.

Southard Notebooks: Part X - Mr. Southard: More Form than Substance by Jean R. Walton

Some printed matter in the mails 1815-1840

Southard Notebooks: Part XI - Mr. Southard:  Secretary of the Navy by Jean R. Walton

A look at letters to and from Southard during and relating to his tenure as Secretary of the Navy

New Jersey Covers Used in July 1851:  A Request for Help by Wilson Hulme

A request for early uses of covers  with stamps from this period

New Jersey Doane Listing Update Request by Arne Englund

Information on Doane cancels and a request for help in updating the New Jersey Doane cancel list

New Jersey Columbians by Charles Snee

A reprint with Illustrations from Linn's Stamp News of an article appearing there Sept 3, 2001

 

Vol. 29 No. 2  Whole number 142  July 2001

President's Note by Robert G. Rose

Southard Notebooks: Part IX - The Very Personal Mr. Southard: A Young Man Always Begins in Winter by Jean R. Walton

The continuing transcription of stampless letters belonging to Society members, written to and from Samuel L. Southard

Morris County Commemorative Air Mail Covers by Donald A. Chafetz

How a "fun" collection was built.

Secretary's Report by Jean Walton

Treasurer’s Report by Robert Zanoni

 

Vol. 29 No. 1  Whole number 141  March 2001

Straight Line Town markings on New Jersey Stampless Covers: Some Catalog Listing Anomalies   by Robert G. Rose

A look at some early interesting straight line cancels which raise some questions

The Blizzard Mail Local   by Harry M. Konweiser

A reprint of an interesting article on one of the rarest of local stamps, issued during the Blizzard of 1888

Columbian Dollar Value Hoboken Covers

Illustrations and some questions on these interesting usages

Treasurer’s Report by Robert Zanoni

 

Vol. 28 Nos. 4-5  Whole numbers 139-140  September-December 2000

The Brad Arch Collection Auction Review   by Robert G. Rose

Some of the prices realized; various items illustrated and discussed

City Delivery - Lambertville, N.J.   by James Walker

An in-depth look at the postal service of Lambertville, N.J.

A Brief Look at Postal Sub-Stations   by Dennis H. Pack

A look at the history and formation of postal sub-stations in New Jersey, with a comprehensive list.

 

Vol. 28 Nos. 2-3  Whole numbers 137-138  March-June 2000

In Memoriam: Brad Arch 1941-2000

Annual Meeting Minutes

Treasurer’s Report

The Brad Arch Collection  by Robert G. Rose

Previewing the Auction of deceased member Brad Arch, and reviewing his fine collection of N.J. and U.S. material

U.S.S. New Jersey BB-62   by Robert Zanoni

Many lovely covers and much information related to the U.S. Battleship New Jersey

 

Vol. 28 No. 1  Whole number 136  January 2000

Secretary’s Report

New Jersey Inland & Coastal Waterways Mail   by Brad Arch

A nice selection of inland waterway stampless mail, 1790-1850

Mail to and from New York Harbor Islands   by Brad Arch

Fort Columbus

Randalls Island

Ellis Island

Liberty Island

Illustrated covers used from the islands in NY Harbor, including immigration mail and censored mail

The Great Inter-State Fair & the New Jersey State Fair  by Jim Walker

Regarding collector Hiram Deats and stamp dealer E.B. Sterling’s promotion for their display

Early New Jersey Aviation & Pioneer Flight Covers [illustrations]   by Brad Arch

New Jersey Discontinued Post Offices [continued]

Illustrations of Post offices no longer in operation, a continuing study

 

A listing of other articles in the Journal of the New Jersey Postal History Society is available in the online article index of the American Philatelic Society Library [Search for New Jersey…].  Copies of these may be requested from the APRL if you are a member, or borrowed through interlibrary loan.

 

Back issues of the NJPH Journal, and an index of Issues 1-100, are also available for $3.00 each from Robert G. Rose, editor, at the following address: P.O. Box 1945, Morristown, N.J. 07962 or email him at: president@NJPostalHistory.org

 

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