CHICAGOPEX 2021 List of Literature Exhibits

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Exhibit Title
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Award Winning Philatelic Treatment and Presentation: A guide to display, thematic and topical exhibits for exhibitors, collectors and judges. Dr. Edwin J. Andrews. A detailed discussion of philatelic treatment and presentation, fully illustrated with clear comparisons between display, thematic and topical treatments. Advanced mounting techniques and more. Order from Amazon.com; $40.
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Buddhism on Stamps. M. Lokeswara Rao. This book shows cases the different aspects of Buddhism, Jataka Kathas Buddhist symbold, Buddhist scriptures, Mudras postures and Buddhism in different parts of the world. Buddhist sacred places, Bkuddhist festivals, Buddhism and world peace. 1127 philatelic materials used in the book. Order from the author, No 1 Central Excise Lay Out 4th Cross, 8th Main, Vijaya Nagar, Bangalore, Karnataka, India Pin 560040; $38 plus shipping.
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Creating the Philatelic Exhibit Synopsis: A master class. Andrew McFarlane. First book devoted to the philatelic synopsis aiming to give exhibitors the tools to produce a synopsis that will present their exhibit to the jury in the most beneficial way. Order from exhibitsynopsis.com, P.O. Box 669, Bartonsville, PA 18321; $35 plus shipping
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The History of Airmail in Poland and Its Contribution to Airmail Services of Europe (1914–1939). Dr. Jerzy W. Kupiec-Weglinski. The history of Polish Airmail Service from 1914 to 1939. Beginning with the mail flown from the beseiged fort of Przemysl in 1914, continuing with the expansion of airmail services across Europe and the World and ending with the Polish mail carried on zeppelin flights from Gdansk. Order from Collectors Club of Chicago, 1029 North Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60610-2803; $79.50 postpaid.
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The 19th Century Issues of El Salvador 1867–1900. Guillermo F. Gallegos and Joseph D. Hahn. This book is the result of 40+ years of research to provide the most detailed overview of 19th century Salvadorean postal issues and postal history. Order from Royal Philatelic Society London, 15 Abchurch Lane, London EC4NBW, UK; £70 plus shipping.
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Peter Winter’s “Swan Song”: Memories of an Artist and “Forger.” Wolfgang Maassen. The story of Peter Winter, an artist, opera singer and forger though he always insisted his products were reproductions. One of the fabled philatelic forgers and ranks with Sperati and DeThuin as on documented. Includes CD by Leonard H. Hartmann. Order from Leonard H. Hartmann, PO Box 36006, Louisville, KY 40233; $69 postpaid.
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Topical Adventures: A guide to topical and thematic stamp collecting. Jack R. Congrove, Dawn R. Hamman, Martin Kent Miller, editors. A comprehensive guide to topical and thematic stamp collecting and exhibiting. Order from American Topical Association, P. O. Box 2143, Greer, SC 29652-2143; $49.50 postpaid.
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Bulletin of the Polonus Polish Philatelic Society. Polonus Polish Philatelic Society. Dedicated to the promotion of Polish philately and thee Polonus Polish Philatelic Society. Order from Polonus Polish Philatelic Society. P.O. Box 2212, Benicia CA 94510; annual dues $30 mail/$25 digital.
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Meter Stamp Society Quarterly Bulletin. Meter Stamp Society. Quarterly journal, Volume 72, 2020. Order from MSS Secretary Treasurer Leo Warda, 946 E Main St., Turlck, CA 95380; annual dues $15.
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State Revenue News. Robert Conley, editor. Quarterly journal of the State Revenue Society. Order from Kent Grey, Box 67842, Albuquerque, NM 87193; annual dues $17.50.
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Carol Gordon: Unconventional cachet maker. Susan Bahnick Jones. The definitive reference for the cachets and first day covers of Carol Gordon. Full color images of ever 650 cachets plus biographical information and checklists for collectors. Order from Claude C. Ries Chapter #48 AFDCS, c/o Michael J. Luzzi, 3976 Olmsted Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90008-2626; $45 postpaid.
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Inconsistent usage of 20 and 35 aurar denomination stamps on the Icelandic mail sent to Nordic countries in 1925 through 1939. Armagan Ozdinc. This article provides the examples of inconsistent usage of two different postage denomination (20 and 35 aurar) on the Icelandic surface mail sent to Nordic countries via different routes between 1925 and 1939, explains why this occurred, and states what the correct usage was based on the author’s research conducted through the official Iceland government records.
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A Noteworthy Precancel on Lancaster Watch Company’s Advertising. Charles J. Dicomo, PhD. Original research exploring the long gone Lancaster Watch Company’s advertising covers and intriguing precancels the firm produced on U.S. 1¢ bank note stamps in the 1870s.
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Re-Evaluating a Philatelic First: The earliest depiction of black history on US stamps. Peter Schwartz and Calvin Mitchell. This article analyzes the Federal Inspectors Stamps of 1864 and focuses on the panoramic vignette portraying the first time Black people appear on a US stamp. Order from the American Philatelic Society, 100 Match Factory Place, Bellefonte, PA 16823; annual dues $45.
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The Sinking of the P.R.R. Ferry Chicago. Nancy B. Clark. Delving into the wreck of the Chicago, the City of Augusta, into the labels of both the NY and the Hoboken PODs, pin-pointing the people involved and the handling of the sunk mail car on the Chicago. Order from NJPH Journal, Jean Walton, Editor, 125 Turtleback Road, Califon, NJ 07830; annual dues $15.
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Thomas Edison and the Bulb. Bill DiPaolo. A monograph dealing with the production, usage and the event, Light’s Golden Jubilee, commemorated by Scott 654, 655 and 656. Order from American Philatelic Congress, 3991 Gulf Shore Blvd., Apt 301, Naples, FL 34103; $50.
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The Philatelic Communicator. David Crotty, PhD, editor. Journal of the APS Writer’s Unit #30, Volume 54, Issues 207, 208, 209 and 210. Order from Alan Barasch Secretary-Treasurer, PL Box 411571, St. Louis, MO 63141-3571.; annual dues $15 digital only.