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Update As Of: Auxiliary Markings Newsletter: Vol. III, No. 1, Issue No. 9 (January 2006)

ADDRESS CHANGE:

  1. Address Change, The Postal History of the AEF, 1917-1923, Theo. Van Dam, ed., American Philatelic Society, 1980, pg 78.

ADVERTISED:

  1. ADVERTISED MARKINGS, 1847? 19..?, Tom Clarke, La Posta, May 1991, Vol. 22, #2, pp 62-7.
  2. ADVERTISED AUXILIARY MARKINGS, UPDATE, Tom Clarke, La Posta, June 1992, Vol. 22, #6, pp 49-54.
  3. Markings on Advertised Letters to 1870, James W. Milgram, M.D. and N. Leonard Perrson, The American Philatelist, May 1979, pp 405-12 and June 1979, 506-12.
  4. ADVERTISED MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pg 263.

BURNED OUT:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - "BURNED OUT" IN THE 1906 SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE, Randy Stehle, La Posta, January 1990, Vol. 20, #6, pp 7-11.

CALLED OUT:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - 'CALLED OUT', Randy Stehle, La Posta, November 1985, Vol. 66, #5, pp 5-6.

CARRIER MAIL:

  1. The Postal history of the U.S. Carrier Service in New Orleans, 1851-61, Herbert C. Skinner, The Congress Book, 1973, pp 169-84.

CENSOR MARKINGS:

  1. Navy Censor Marks of the World War (1917-18), CYCLOPEDIA OF UNITED STATES POSTMARKS AND POSTAL HISTORY, Edited by Delf Norona, Quarterman Publications, Inc., 1935, pp 70-87.
  2. Censorship, The Postal History of the AEF, 1917-1923, Theo. Van Dam, ed., American Philatelic Society, 1980, pp 75-6, 124-8, 173-180.

CERTIFIED MAIL:

  1. The First Forty Years, Carl W. Albrecht, The Congress Book, 1997, pp 260-90.

CIRCULAR:

  1. CIRCULAR MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pp 263-4.

CIVIL WAR RELATED:

  1. “Old Stamps Not Recognized,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 37 No. 8, May 1924, pg 465.
  2. “Old Stamps Not Recognized, Illegal Stamps” Richard B. Graham, The American Philatelist, Vol. 92 No. 4, April 1978, pp 374-9.
  3. “SOUTH’N LETTER/UNPAID, 1861; use,” Richard B. Graham, The American Philatelist, Vol. 92 No. 4, April 1978, pp 372-3.

CLOSED AGAINST INSPECTION:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - 'CLOSED AGAINST INSPECTION',,, OR, A REAL CLASS SYSTEM, Randy Stehle, La Posta, September 1986, Vol. 17, #4, pp 7-8.

COLLECT:

  1. “Due, Collect and Held for Postage Markings,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 39 No. 8, May 1926, pg 527.

DAMAGED MAIL:

  1. 20TH CENTURY AUXILIARY MARKINGS - DAMAGED MAIL, Randy Stehle, La Posta, September 1995, Vol. 26, #4, pp 19-39.
  2. A Look at Damaged and Delayed Mail, Speirs, D.C., The Canadian Philatelist, 1983, Vol. 34, pp 86.
  3. "The Post Office Seals of the United States, Volume one: The Regular Issues" by Adam Perkal & Seymour Kazman, published by George Alevizos, Santa Monica, California, 1983. “Examples of Handstamps used in Conjunction with Official Seals," pp 138 - 142 (includes unsealed and damaged-related handstamps).
  4. “Damaged Mail,” Askeland, R. L., The Courier, No. 24, October 1997, pp. 1-11. Includes early mail as well as modern mail damaged in transit.

DEAD LETTER OFFICE:

  1. Dead Letter Office (1851-61 Period), Alexander, Thomas J., Chronicle, Feb 1990, Vol. 42, No.1, Whole No.145.
  2. The Dead Letter Office Until 1851, Graham, Richard B., Chronicle, Feb 1990, Vol. 42, No.1, Whole No.145.
  3. The US Dead Letter Office in the 1861 Era, Graham, Richard B., Chronicle, Feb 1990, Vol. 42, No.1, Whole No.145.
  4. Returned or Dead Letters, Arnell, J.C., The Canadian Philatelist, 1990, Vol. 41, p.403.
  5. Dead Letter Markings,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 39 No. 8, May 1926, pp 528-9.

DECEASED:

  1. Deceased, The Postal History of the AEF, 1917-1923, Theo. Van Dam, ed., American Philatelic Society, 1980, pp 77-8.

DISINFECTION:

  1. DISINFECTION MARKINGS FROM PENNSYLVANIA, William Sandrik, La Posta, May 1992, Vol. 23, #2, pp 5-13.
  2. DISINFECTION MARKINGS FROM PENNSYLVANIA, UPDATE NUMBER 1, William Sandrik, La Posta, March 1993, Vol. 24, #1, pp 24-8.
  3. “A Disinfected Lettercard to Malta,” McNamee, David, The Informer, Vol. 67 No. 1, January 2002, p. 22. 1900 Lettercard with “Disinfected/ Lazaretto Malta” c.d.s. and fumigation slits.
  4. “Tasmanian Fumigated Mail,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 81 No. 3, December 1967, pp. 213-215.
  5. “Australia: Tasmania Quarantine,” Collyer, David, Pratique, Vol. 25 No. 2, 2000, p. 79. Mentions sites in Tasmania that were used as quarantine depots.
  6. “Australia: Detained for Fumigation, 1882,” Groom, Malcolm, Pratique, Vol. 28 No. 1, January 2003, p. 31.
  7. “Disinfection of Mail Since the ‘Age of Cholera’,” Vandervelde, V. Denis, Pratique, Vol. 25 No. 2, 2000, p. 75. Refers to the Launceston Smallpox Quarantine.
  8. “Quarantine and the Disinfection of Mail,” The Informer, Vol. 65 No. 3, Summer 2001, p. 72-74. Includes illustrations of Tasmanian fumigated mail.
  9. “The Quarantine Postmarks of Australia,” Postal History, No. 273, March 1995, pp. 10-14. Page 14 has information on Tasmania, especially the DETAINED FOR FUMIGATION handstamp used in Launceston in 1903.

DROP:

  1. DROP, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pg 264.

DUE (SEE POSTAGE DUE):

EXCHANGE MARKINGS:

  1. EXCHANGE MARKINGS ON INTERNATIONAL MAIL, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 98-110.

EXPRESS MAIL MARKINGS:

  1. EXPRESS MAIL MARKINGS of 1836-9 and 1845, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 158-160.

FALSE REPRESENTATION MARKINGS:

  1. Later 20th Century "False Representation Handstamps", James H. Patterson, self-published, 1 1988.

FORWARDERS, PRIVATE, MARKINGS:

  1. FORWARDERS, PRIVATE, MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 120.

FORWARDING:

  1. The Forwarding of Mail by the U.S. Post Office Department, 1792-2001, Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz, 2001. Appendix B, pp 215-224.
  2. "United States Postal Cards Used Domestically and "Redirected", 1874-1915", Henry J. Berthelot, The Congress Book 2001, The American Philatelic Congress, Inc., pp 20-52. The article covers forwarded, misdirected and missent markings.
  3. FORWARDING, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pp 264-5.
  4. Forwarded, The Postal History of the AEF, 1917-1923, Theo. Van Dam, ed., American Philatelic Society, 1980, pp 79-80.
  5. “Forwarded and Missent Markings,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 39 No. 8, May 1926, pg 528.

FOUND IN EMPTY EQUIPMENT:

  1. 20th Century Auxiliary Markings - Found in Empty Equipment and Other Problems, Randy Stehle, La Posta, July 1995, Vol. 26, #3, pp 21-9.

FRAUDULENT:

  1. “Fraudulent Markings,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 91 No. 4, April 1977, pp 280-1.

FREE:

  1. FREE, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pp 266-7.
  2. “The Purpose and Use of the ‘To Be Delivered Free of Postage’ Handstamp,” The Courier, No. 14, September 1991, pp. 1-3. The 1853-1855 marking is a forerunner of the “Ship Letter Inwards Free” mark.
  3. “To Be Delivered Free of Postage’ Handstamp,” Blake, Michael J., The Courier, No. 15, March 1992, pp. 5-7. Comments on Malcolm Groom’s article by this name, suggesting a Hobart mark.
  4. “To Be Delivered Free of Postage,” The Courier, No. 37, June 2004, pp. 8-9. Postal Marking used in lieu of January 1 datestamp.

GENERAL REFERENCES:

  1. Boston Postmarks to 1890, Published 1949, by Maurice C. Blake and Wilbur W. Davis.
  2. A Catalog of Philadelphia Postmarks, 18th Century to the Present, Part III, 1992, by Tom Clarke.
  3. Simpson's U.S. Postal Markings 1851-61, Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged, 1979, Thomas J. Alexander.
  4. The Forwarding of Mail by the U.S. Post Office Department, 1792-2001, Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz, 2001.
  5. U.S. Domestic Postage Rates, 1872-1999, Henry W. Beecher and Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz, CAMA Publishing Company, 1999.
  6. U.S. International Postage Rates, 1872-1996, Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz and Henry W. Beecher, CAMA Publishing Company, 1996.
  7. SAN FRANCISCO POSTAL MARKINGS, 1847-1900. John M. Mahoney, La Posta Monograph Series, Volume 8, 1992.
  8. Postmarks on Postcards: An Illustrated Guide to Early 20th Century U.S. Postmarks, Revised, Second Edition, La Posta Publications, 2002. Chapter 15: "Collecting Ancillary & Auxiliary Markings;" Chapter 9 : "Misuse of Special Purpose Handstamps."
  9. COLLECT BRITISH POSTMARKS, Sixth Edition, Dr. J.T. Whitney, British Postmark Society, 1993.
  10. IRISH POSTMARKS SINCE 1840, James A. MacKay, self-published, 1982.
  11. The Postal Markings of the Canal Zone, Lawson P. Entwistle, Canal Zone Study Group, 1982, pp 64-113.
  12. Chicago Postal Markings, CYCLOPEDIA OF UNITED STATES POSTMARKS AND POSTAL HISTORY, Edited by Delf Norona, Quarterman Publications, Inc., 1935, pp 338-46.
  13. UNITED STATES CANCELLATIONS, Hubert Skinner and Amos Eno, American Philatelic Society, 1980, pp 316-47.
  14. The Harry F. Allen Collection of Black Jacks, Maryette B. Lane, American Philatelic Society, 1969, pp 105-10.
  15. U. S. Postal Markings: 1845-80 Period, Pats Paragraphs, 1981, pp 499-528.
  16. The 3¢ Stamp of the United States, 1851-1857 Issue, Revised Edition, Carroll Chase, 1942, pp 229-349.
  17. Postmarks on Postcards, An Illustrated Guide to Early 20th Century U. S. Postmarks, Revised, Second Edition, Richard W. Helbock, 2002, La Posta Publications, Chapter 15.
  18. Auxiliary Markings an endless fascination, Danzer, Robert, Linn's Stamp News, September 29, 2003 (Refresher Course), p. 38.
  19. Pre-Stamp U.S. Postal markings for Domestic Use, Part I, James W. Milgram, M.D. and David, L. Jarrett, The American Philatelist, Vol. 95, 1981, pp 1099-1114.
  20. Pre-Stamp U.S. Postal markings for Domestic Use, Part II, James W. Milgram, M.D. and David, L. Jarrett, The American Philatelist, Vol. 96, 1982, pp 25-35.

HELD FOR POSTAGE:

  1. Held-for-Postage Domestic letters and Improper Stamps, 1855-1934, CYCLOPEDIA OF UNITED STATES POSTMARKS AND POSTAL HISTORY, Edited by Delf Norona, Quarterman Publications, Inc., 1935, pp 213-9.
  2. HELD FOR POSTAGE, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pg 268.
  3. “Due, Collect and Held for Postage Markings,” Richard B. Graham, The American Philatelist, Vol. 39 No. 8, May 1926, pg 527.
  4. “Held For Postage,” James W. Milgram, MD and N. Leonard Persson, The American Philatelist, Vol. 93 No. 7, 1979, pp 597-604 and The American Philatelist, Vol. 93 No. 10, October 1979, pg 880.

HOTEL MARKINGS:

  1. HOTEL MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 75-8.

HURRICANE RELATED:

  1. THE SCARCITY OF HURRICANE RELATED AUXILIARY MARKINGS, Randy Stehle, La Posta,November 1992, Vol. 23, #5, pp 56-7.

INDEPENDENT MAIL COMPANIES:

  1. INDEPENDENT MAIL SERVICE MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 5-34.

INTERRUPTED MAIL:

  1. “Australasian Disaster Mail,” Peace, Brian, The London Philatelist, Vol. 103 No. 1212, January-February 1994, pp. 16-25. Postal History, Disaster Mail, Maritime Mail, Historical Notes.
  2. Australasian Wreck Mail, Peace, Brian, Melbourne: Royal Philatelic Society of Victoria, 1997.
  3. American Air Mail Catalog, Sixth Edition, Vol. One, Interrupted Flight Covers, pp 129-296, Pub. by American Air Mail Society, 1998.

INVALID STAMPS:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - 'INVALID STAMPS... OR, KEEP A SHARP EYE, Randy Stehle, La Posta, January 1987, Vol. 17, #3, pp 15-18.

JAIL MAIL:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - JAIL MAIL, Randy Stehle, La Posta, May 1987, Vol. 18, #5, pp 15-17.

LABELS (AUXILIARY):

  1. AUXILIARY LABELS, John Weigle, La Posta, November 1988, Vol. 19, #5, pp 4-14.

LATE FEE (SEE TOO LATE):

LOCAL POSTS:

  1. LOCAL CITY DELIVERY POST MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 57-74.

MAIL CHUTE DELAY:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - MAIL CHUTE DELAYS, Randy Stehle, La Posta, September 1994, Vol. 25, #1, pp 52-4.

MAILED UNDER COVER:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - MAILED UNDER COVER, Randy Stehle, La Posta, January 1988, Vol. 18, #6, pp17-9.

MISDIRECTED:

  1. "United States Postal Cards Used Domestically and "Redirected", 1874-1915", Henry J. Berthelot, The Congress Book 2001, The American Philatelic Congress, Inc., pp 20-52.
  2. Misdirected Mail, Fricke, Charles A., American Philatelist, April 1996, p.320.

MISSENT:

  1. "United States Postal Cards Used Domestically and "Redirected", 1874-1915", Henry J. Berthelot, The Congress Book 2001, The American Philatelic Congress, Inc., pp 20-52.
  2. MISSENT AND FORWARDED, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pg 265.
  3. “Forwarded and Missent Markings,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 39 No. 8, May 1926, pg 528.

NO LETTER BOX OR NO ANSWER TO BELL:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - 'KNOCK, KNOCK, WHO's THERE',,, OR, NO LETTER BOX OR ANSWER TO BELL, Randy Stehle, La Posta, July 1986, Vol. 17, #3, pp 7-10.

NONMAILABLE (UNMAILABLE):

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - 'UNMAILABLE', PART I, Randy Stehle, La Posta, January 1986, Vol. 16, #6, pp 5-8.
  2. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - 'UNMAILABLE', PART 2, Randy Stehle, La Posta, March 1986, Vol. 17, #1, pp 5-7.
  3. ASPECTS OF NONMAILABILITY - PART I: A Post office Exhibition Card, James H. Patterson, La Posta, January 1993, Vol. 23, #6, pp 8-11.
  4. ASPECTS OF NONMAILABILITY - PART II: "Post Cards" vs "Postal Cards," James H. Patterson, La Posta, March 1993, Vol. 24, #1, pp 49-51.
  5. ASPECTS OF NONMAILABILITY - PART III: "NONMAILABLE" vs "UNDELIVERABLE," James H. Patterson, La Posta, January 1993, Vol. 24, #2, pp 56-7.
  6. ASPECTS OF NONMAILABILITY - PART IV: A Mutilated Picture Post Card, James H. Patterson, La Posta, November 1993, Vol. 24, #5, pp 27-9.
  7. ASPECTS OF NONMAILABILITY - PART V: Albino Enevelopes, James H. Patterson, La Posta, March 1994, Vol. 24, #1, pp 31-33.
  8. ASPECTS OF NONMAILABILITY - PART VI: Prohibited Imitations, James H. Patterson, La Posta, May 1994, Vol. 24, #2, pp 9-17.

NO RECORD:

  1. No Record, The Postal History of the AEF, 1917-1923, Theo. Van Dam, ed., American Philatelic Society, 1980, pp 81, 132.

NOT DELIVERED FOR WANT OF TIME:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - NOT DELIVERED FOR WANT OF TIME, Randy Stehle, La Posta, May 1986, Vol. 17, #2, pp 5-10.

PACKAGE BOX COLLECTION:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - "PACKAGE BOX COLLECTION", Randy Stehle, La Posta, November 1991,Vol. 22, #5, pp 5-9.

PAID:

  1. “Paid Cancellations,” C. Chase, The American Philatelist, Vol. 39 No. 6, March 1926, pp 363-9.

PAQUEBOT:

  1. THE PAQUEBOT MARKS OF THE AMERICAS, Gustav J. Lund, self-published, 1984.
  2. PAQUEBOT CANCELLATIONS OF THE WORLD, Roger Hastings M.A., self-published, 1977.

POSTAGE DUE:

  1. Simpson’s U.S. Postal Markings 1851-61, Second Edition, Revised and Enlarged, 1979, T. J. Alexander, pp 239-45.
  2. U.S. Domestic Postage Rates, 1872-1999, Henry W. Beecher and Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz, CAMA Publishing Company, 1999, pp 271-84.
  3. U.S. International Postage Rates, 1872-1996, Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz and Henry W. Beecher, CAMA Publishing Company, 1996, pp 254-9.
  4. The Forwarding of Mail by the U.S. Post Office Department, 1792-2001, Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz, 2001, throughout.
  5. “The Development of Postage Due Systems,” Orchard, A. E., The Courier, No. 1, pp. 9-15. Part 1 of 3.
  6. “The Development of Postage Due Systems,” Orchard, A. E., The Courier, No. 2, October 1985, pp. 11-19. Part 2 of 3.
  7. “The Development of Postage Due Systems,” Orchard, A. E., The Courier, No. 3, April 1986, pp. 12-17. Part 3 of 3
  8. “Tasmanian Taxed Letters,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 82 No. 3, March 1968, pp. 203-206.
  9. “Tasmanian Taxed Letters: 1878-1912,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 80 No. 7, April 1967, pp. 493-499.
  10. 'T' for Tax, Collyer, D. C. and R. C. Peck, self-published, 1985. Information on taxed mail Vols. 1 (Overview) and 3 (States including Tasmania) published in one volume.
  11. “Tasmania: The CTMS/T Tax Markings,” Reid, Patrick, BSAP Bulletin, Vol. 52 No. 2, April 1997, pp. 46-55. Comprehensive study of Colonial and Commonwealth periods.
  12. “The CTMS/T Tax Marks of Tasmania: Further Information,” Lacey, Malcolm and Patrick Reid, BSAP Bulletin, Vol. 52 No. 6, December 1997, 165-167.
  13. “The CTMS/T Tax Marks of Tasmania,” Reid, Patrick, BSAP Bulletin, Vol. 58 No. 5, October 2003, pp. 158-160. Extends the date of use to 1927.
  14. “Due, Collect and Held for Postage Markings,” The American Philatelist, Vol. 39 No. 8, May 1926, pg 527.

POSTAGE O.K.:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - MISSING STAMP, OR POSTAGE O.K., Randy Stehle, La Posta, March 1987, Vol. 18, #1, pp 7-9.

REDIRECTED MAIL (Also see FORWARDED MAIL):

  1. (1) Not Pretty: redirected, returned mail interesting, Klug, Janet, Linn's Refresher Course, Linn's Stamp News website: www.linns.com.
  2. Markings used on Redirected Mail, Sanches, A. Bordalo, Portugese Philatelic Society, May 1989.

REGISTERED:

  1. REGISTERED, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pg 268.
  2. UNITED STATES REGISTERED MAIL, 1845-1870, James W. Milgram, M.D., David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1998.
  3. Registration, The Postal History of the AEF, 1917-1923, Theo. Van Dam, ed., American Philatelic Society, 1980, pp 58, 172-3.
  4. UNITED STATES REGISTERED MAIL 1845-1870, James W. Milgram, M.D., David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., N. Miami, Fla., 1999.
  5. “Registry markings, New York, 1860’s,” MacGregor, The American Philatelist, Vol. 59 No. 8, May 1946, pp 700-1.

RETURN TO SENDER/WRITER:

  1. The Forwarding of Mail by the U.S. Post Office Department, 1792-2001, Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz, 2001. See Chapter Four: Domestic First-Class Mail, Forwarded, Undeliverable, and Returned, pp 51-73.
  2. Sprayed-on Markings, John Hotchner, Linn's Stamp News, January 2004, pg 6.
  3. Returned Mail, The Postal History of the AEF, 1917-1923, Theo. Van Dam, ed., American Philatelic Society, 1980, pg 82.
  4. Returned or Dead Letters, Arnell, J.C., The Canadian Philatelist, 1990, Vol. 41, pg 403.
  5. Early Origins of Return-to-Sender Markings, Hotchner, John A., Linn's, October 23, 1995, pg 6.
  6. Return-to-Sender Pointing Hands Vary Greatly, Graham, Richard B., Linn's, December 16, 1995, pp 30-31.
  7. Moved Away Handstamp, Graham, Richard B., Chronicle, February 1980, pg 46.
  8. Return-to-Sender Procedures for Various Categories of Mail, Anonymous, Meter Stamp Society Bulletin, Summer 1994.

RETURNABLE:

  1. “Returnable markings: New Orleans-Galveston mail, 1838-9” ter Braake, The American Philatelist, Vol. 77 No. 12, September 1964, pp 907-8 and The American Philatelist, Vol. 78 No. 7, April 1965, pp 514-5.

SHIP, STEAM, AND WAY MARKINGS:

  1. Ship, Steam, and Way Markings, Richard B. Graham, The American Philatelist, Vol. 83, #5, May 1969.
  2. SHIP, STEAMSHIP MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 79-95.
  3. INLAND WATERWAYS MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 130-151.
  4. United States Ship Mail, Gerald J. Neufeld, The Congress Book, 1979, pp 93-108.
  5. U.S. Naval Lyceum Usages, James W. Milgram, M.D., The American Philatelist, Vol. 91, 1977, pp 626-9.
  6. Steam China Postmarks, James W. Milgram, M.D., The American Philatelist, Vol. 91, 1977, pp 881-3.
  7. VESSEL-NAMED MARKINGS ON INLAND AND OCEAN WATERWAYS 1810-1890, James W. Milgram, M.D., The Collectors Club of Chicago, 1984.
  8. "STEAM CHINA" - The First Postal Markings of U.S. Steamship Mail from China and Japan, James W. Milgram, M.D., Chronicle of the U.S, Classic Postal Issues, Vol. 48, pp 132-7, 1994.
  9. “Steam, Steamboat Markings,” Richard B. Graham, The American Philatelist, April 1978, Vol. 92, No. 4, pp 356-9.
  10. “Steam, and Way cancellations,” C. Chase, The American Philatelist, December 1925, Vol. 39, No. 3, pp 141-3.
  11. “Steam, Ship markings, Texas-NewOrleans-Miss.,” ter Braacke, The American Philatelist, December 1965, Vol. 79, No. 3, pp 185-6.
  12. “Way and Steam on 1847 covers,” The American Philatelist, November 1973, Vol. 87, No. 11, pp 991-3.

SHORT PAID (SEE POSTAGE DUE):

SOLDIER'S, SAILOR'S, MARINE'S MAIL:

  1. Soldier's, Sailor's, Marine's Mail, The Postal History of the AEF, 1917-1923, Theo. Van Dam, ed., American Philatelic Society, 1980, pp 77-8, 132.

SPECIAL DELIVERY:

  1. The Speedy, a History of the United States Special Delivery Service, Henry M. Gobie, 1976.
  2. Bibliography of U.S. Special Delivery System, Robert L. Markovits. See www.usbackofthebook.com, click on Library link. This is a very comprehensive bibliography concerned with special delivery mail service and markings.

STAMPS NOT CANCELLED:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - 'STAMPS NOT CANCELLED',,, OR, REPORT THAT POSTMASTER, Randy Stehle, La Posta, November 1986, Vol. 17, #5, pp 11-13.

SUPPLEMENTARY MAIL:

  1. SUPPLEMENTARY MAIL MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pg 96.
  2. Supplementary mail cancellations of the Chicago Post Office (1861 to 1865), CYCLOPEDIA OF UNITED STATES POSTMARKS AND POSTAL HISTORY, Edited by Delf Norona, Quarterman Publications, Inc., 1935, pp 65-9.
  3. N.Y. Supplementary Mail markings, Henry Stollnitz, The Congress Book, 1976, pp 97-118.
  4. N.Y. Supplementary Mail markings, Henry Stollnitz, The Congress Book, 1976, pp 97-118.
  5. Supplementary mail markings, Chicago The American Philatelist, Vol. 37 No. 5, February 1924, pp 249-54.
  6. Supplementary mail markings, Chicago, Graham, The American Philatelist, Vol. 92 No. 4, April 1978, pp 376-7.
  7. Supplementary mail markings, NYC, Babcock, The American Philatelist, Vol. 37 No. 2, November 1923, pp 63-71, Vol. 37 No. 3, December 1923, pg 126, Vol. 37 No. 5, February 1924, pg 254, Vol. 38 No. 8, May 1925, pp 503-9, Vol. 50 No. 6, March 1937, pp 263-5.
  8. Supplementary mail markings, NYC; Type A, Graham, The American Philatelist, Vol. 92 No. 11, November 1978, pp 1054-5, Vol. 93 No. 12, December 1979, pp 1111-3, 1154.
  9. Supplementary mail markings, NYC; Type A--fakes, Herst, The American Philatelist, Vol. 92 No. 3, March 1978, pp 198, 201-202.
  10. Supplementary mail, New York and San Francisco, Erle, The American Philatelist, Vol. 47 No. 11, August 1934, pp 576-7.
  11. Supplementary mail, San Francisco, Babcock, The American Philatelist, Vol. 51 No. 1, October 1937, pp 42-4.
  12. Supplementary markings on U.S. postal cards, Marks, The American Philatelist, Vol. 73 No. 6, March 1960, pp 421-3.

TAKE OUT/OUT:

  1. AUXILIARY MARKINGS - TAKE OUT... OUT, Randy Stehle, La Posta, May 1987, Vol. 18, #2, pp 17-20.

TOO LATE (LATE FEES):

  1. TOO LATE, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. III, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1993, pg 268.
  2. Drysdall, Alan R., 1997, Transvaal Railway Stamps and Traveling Post Offices, published by James Bendon, Cyprus, pp 91-3, 103-07.
  3. Goldblatt, Robert, 1984, Postmarks of the Cape of Good Hope, Reijger Publishers, Cape Town, pp 152-53.
  4. Hart, W. R., B.A. Kantey and A. Leslie Leon, unknown, The Postal Markings of Natal,
  5. Schoeman, J., 1973, "TE LAAT", in The Orange Free State Bulletin, whole # 73, June 1973, pg 837.
  6. Stroud, Richard, 1997, Too Late at Winburg?, in Orange Free State Bulletin, whole # 169, December, pg 2603.
  7. van den Hurk, 1987, Late Letters in the Z.A.R., in The Transvaal Philatelist, vol 22, no 1, pp 13-15.
  8. “Late Fee Markings — Australian States Stamps,” Shepard, Lester, Australian States Study Group Newsletter, No. 3, November 1970, pp. 14-14a.

UNFIT TO MAIL:

  1. UNFIT TO MAIL, Tom Clarke, La Posta, May 1989, Vol. 20, #2, pp 59-63.

UNMAILABLE (SEE NONMAILABLE):

WAY:

  1. Ship, Steam, and Way Markings, Richard B. Graham, The American Philatelist, May 1969, Vol. 83, #5, pp 137, 438-9.
  2. Way Postmarks, James W. Milgram, M.D., The American Philatelist, September 1985, pp 795-818.
  3. WAY MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 152-157.
  4. Way Postmarks, James W. Milgram, M.D., The American Philatelist, 1985, Vol. 99, pp 795-818.
  5. “Steam, and Way cancellations,” C. Chase, The American Philatelist, December 1925, Vol. 39, No. 3, pp 141-3.
  6. “Way markings,” Norona, The American Philatelist, November 1929, Vol. 43, No. 2, pp 174-7.
  7. “Way and Steam on 1847 covers,” The American Philatelist, November 1973, Vol. 87, No. 11, pp 991-3.

WESTERN EXPRESS COMPANIES:

  1. WESTERN EXPRESS MARKINGS, American Stampless Cover Catalog, Fourth Edition, Vol. II, David G. Phillips Publishing Co., Inc., 1987, pp 35-56.

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