Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Overview U.S.S. Tuscaloosa commemorative covers, including "First Day in Commission" and "Shakedown Cruise" covers, several miscellaneous first day of issue stamped envelopes and other commemorative covers postmarked from the U.S.S. Tuscaloosa, and ten first day of issue stamps, most of which relate to the State of Alabama in some way
Overview A complete set of seventeen stamps commemorating the stops made by the Alabama Reunion Train in 1989
Dates: 1989 May 21-27
File — Box 4257.011: , Folder: 18
Scope and Contents Letter from Don Hoeft of Walworth, Wisconsin, to Frederick J. Miller of Carpenterville, Illinois, discussing school, baseball, and stamp collecting.
Dates: 1934 May 27
Overview Memorabilia from the Panama Canal.
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 58
Scope and Contents This file contains a presentation card displaying a commemorative stamp issued in 1998 honoring American gospel singer Mahalia Jackson (1911-1972), with an accompanying gold copy of the stamp.
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 61
Scope and Contents The collection contains a letter from Charles Johnson of Grand Rapids, Michigan, to John about stamp collecting. He will be attending collection shows as both dealer and buyer.
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 44
Scope and Contents This collection contains one letter from Lieutenant Colonel Harvey E. Sheppard at the Muscle Shoals Project in Sheffield, Alabama, to Colonel John Pohl in Newport News, Virginia. The two had met at the Confederate Stamp Alliance convention in Richmond. In the letter, Sheppard mentions "sending along a used set of the Peace Issue, British Solomon Islands" and asks that Pohl forward any information he finds regarding Virginia Confederate postmarks.
Dates: 1954 October 15
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 26
Scope and Contents John L. Kent of Garnerville, New York, wrote to Lewis Ottenberg about stamp collecting. The letter is on common paper, but the elaborate letterhead appears to be hand drawn in black with green and yellow accents.
Dates: 1902 March 14
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 53
Scope and Contents The collection contains letters to and from John Moohr of Chicago, Illinois, a stamp collector and dealer, about collection prices, specifically Ethiopian stamps.
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 46
Scope and Contents This file contains six air mail letters to Frank H. Bray, secretary of the Oceanic Exchange Club in Frankton, New Zealand. There are requests for stamps, pen pals, and applications for membership in the club. The letters come from writers in Belgium, Burma, Kenya, India, Pakistan, and Mauritius.
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 50
Scope and Contents This file contains five air mail letters to Mrs. Helen Rocco of Vineland, New Jersey. Two, dated April 14 and 21, 1963, are from Martin Bostrom in Orebro, Sweden. Bostrom writes to Rocco about mailing "covers" and "announcements," and about an "Exhibition" Rocco might attend. He also indicates that it is difficult for him to write in English, and calls himself "your great admirer here in Sweden." The other three letters, dated 1966, 1968, and 1974, are from a friend in Ollerup, Denmark. They...
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 45
Scope and Contents This collection contains five letters to James Johnson of Anderson and Freeport, Illinois, about stamp collecting and a donation made for relief in the Philippines.
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 40
Scope and Contents This file contains contains three letters and notes sent between Roy Blomberg in Berwyn, Illinois, and people in France and Michigan concerning stamp collecting and exchanging.
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 25
Scope and Contents This file contains a letter from William S. Weatherstone of Toronto, Canada, to the Pentucket Stamp Company in Haverhill, Massachusetts, about collecting and dealing in stamps and his own stamp and postcard collections primarily consisting of Revolutionary postage.
Dates: 1892 August 31
File — Box 4265.001, Folder: 52
Scope and Contents Stanley Adams, president of the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) writes from New York, New York, to Mr. Joe Moshay, a member of the ASCAP, in Beverly Hills, California. The Stanley Adams Letter was sent to provide the ASCAP member with a first-day cover bearing the commemorative $0.06 (six-cent) stamp issued by the United States Post Office in tribute to American composer and musician (and ASCAP member) W. C. Handy (1873-1958), known as "Father of the Blues."
Dates: 1969 May 17