About Stamp Collectors

About Stamp Collectors - Part 1
The people began to gather early. By 9 A.M. they stood from building to curb, as much as ten abreast, and the lines extended in both directions along the west side of Lexington Avenue, around...
About Stamp Collectors - Part 2
This phenomenon was repeated in 1956 when another great International Philatelic Exhibition was staged in New York City. This time one of the shows to open New York City's fabulous...
About Stamp Collectors - Part 3
With President Franklin D. Roosevelt openly espousing the cause, stamp collecting came right out into the open. It was no longer confined to "kids and kings"; it now included "Presidents" as well...
About Stamp Collectors - Part 4
In the United States the great International exhibitions are held without benefit of government subsidy. Our Post Office does take cognizance of these affairs by issuing special stamps...