PIPEX 2017 Exhibits

 

April 18, 2017

Frame Number

Exhibit Title

Exhibitor

 

Exhibit Description

1

Society Frame

Mobile Post Office Society

2

Society Frame

International Machine Cancel society

3

Society Frame

Scouts on Stamps Society International

4

Society Frame

Women Exhibitors

5-10

The Slogan Handstamps of Latvia: 1936-1940

Vesma Grinfelds

 

Special study of promotional handstamps applied to domestic mail

11

Club Exhibit

Salem Stamp Society

12

Club Exhibit

Tri-Cities Stamp Club

13

Club Exhibit

Oregon Stamp Society

14

Club Exhibit

Southern Oregon Philatelic Soc.

15

Club Exhibit

Pacific NW Postal History Society

16

Club Exhibit

Evergreen Stamp Club

17

Club Exhibit

Northwest Philatelic Library

18

Club Exhibit

Strait Stamp Society

19-28

Berlin Pneumatic Post 1876-1945

Heinrich von Stephan

 

To show the development and operation of the Berlin pneumatic mail system from its inception in December 1876 until April 1945

29-38

Censored, Rerouted, Suspended, Resumed: US International Mail in World War II

Louis Fiset

 

Illustrates the impact of WW II on transmission of US mail to foreign destinations

39-41

The Missions of Southern Rhodesia, 1897-1977

Mark Loomis

 

The exhibit illustrates missionary mail sent to and from Southern Rhodesia, along with information on the missions and missionaries serving there

42

Along the Shantung Railway, China: German Postal Administration 1900-1914

Louis Pataki

 

Postal History - Development of the German postal system associated with the Shantung Railway

43-50

A Philatelic Survey of U.S. Waterfowl Hunting Jurisdictions

Michael Jaffe

 

A comprehensive survey of the various jurisdictions that used waterfowl hunting stamps in the U.S.

51-56

Baden-Powel: The Two Lives of a Hero

Lawrence Clay

 

The story of two parts of the life of Baden-Powell: first as hero of the siege of Mafeking, second as founder of worldwide Scouting

57

Scout Post Cards: the Humorous Side

Lawrence Clay

 

A selection of scout post cards exhibiting the humorous side of worldwide boy and girl scouting

58-62

15th World Jamboree WJ '83

J. Alex Hadden

 

A Study in All Philatelic Aspects of the 15th World Jamboree, including the Stamp, Cancellations, Covers, Jamboree Post Office Operations, and Incoming and Outgoing Mail

63-65

Pan-Pacific Boy Scout Jamboree: A Philatelic and Postal History Review

Capt. John Owen Sr.

 

This exhibit includes the commemorative stamp (Scott 326), the artist's designs, imperf variety, and postal cancellations.

66-68

Spiders: Alien Creatures

Beatrice Vogel

 

A diversity of spiders are shown with their biology, lifestyle, and prey capture

69

The Collection of Postage Due Fees in Ireland 1914 to 1926

Robert Benninghoff

 

A review of the labels and stamps used to collect additional moneys owed the Post Office and Customs in Ireland from 1914 to 1926

70

Wings Over the Bahamas

John Wynns

 

This traditional single-frame exhibit tells the story of the 1969 airmail services stamps.

71-79

Swiss Flexible-head Razor Cancellers

Roger Heath

 

This exhibit traces the history of flexible-head, rotating date-wheel cancellers invented by Frederick DeCoppet of Lausanne, Switzerland

80-84

Nova Scotia Postal History to 1868

Robert Forster

 

Pre-stamp mail with handstamps, transit mail through the colony, and pence and cents stamps of colonial mail

85-92

Alexander Hamilton: Soldier, Financier, Statesman, Founder

Jack Congrove

 

This exhibit uses philatelic items, postcards, and historical material to illustrate the events in Hamilton's life and highlight his influence on the United States

93-94

Gum Breakers on BEP Stamp Production 1919 - 1981

Louis Fiset

 

History of BEP experiments to overcome paper curl on rotary press production of sheet and booklet pane stamps

95

West Meath Reflects on 1916

Anthony Hughes

 

The exhibit shows how County West Meath, Ireland reflects on Irish history during the first 25 years of the 20th century

96-100

M.S. Gripsholm: Ocean Liner, Cruise Ship, Mercy Ship

Louis Fiset

 

Documents the history of the world's first diesel powered passenger ship with an emphasis on her career as a WWII mercy ship

101-105

CANADA: The 1927 Confederation & Historical Issues Usage

John Wynns

 

A Study of Rates and Uses of these Nine Stamps

106

Off-Color U.S. 3-cent Commemoratives 1893-1940

Dickson Preston

 

 

107-114

Boer POW Camps in Ceylon 1900-1902

Michael Dixon

 

Mail to, from, and between Boer POWs held by the British in camps established in Ceylon

115-120 Court of Honor

Irish Coil Stamps 1922-1940

Robert Benninghoff

 

This exhibit traces the development and use of coil stamps in Ireland from Independence in 1922 to 1940

121-126

Operation and Innovation in the Dead Letter Office from 1859 to 1985

Tony Wawrukiewicz

 

 

127

The Barr-Fyke Machine Cancels of Mexico 1900-1908

Mike Ellingson

 

This exhibit will show all the towns and types of the Barr-Fyke machine cancels known from Mexico

128-130

The Postal History of U.S. Postage Due Stamps

Tony Wawrukiewicz

 

From 1879 to 1986, showing all ways U.S. postage due stamps were used

131-134

Guam Naval Postal Administration

Bradley Fritts

 

 

135

The Newfoundland Official Seals

William Barlow, Jr.

 

A new look at the watermark of the 1905 Newfoundland official seal, and an introduction to its largely forgotten 1944 companion

136-138

Lovely as a Tree

Cathie Stumpenhaus

 

A celebration of the beauty, diversity, and abundance of trees.  Trees on stamps and covers presented in three parts: celebration, scientific organization, and diversity

139-141

Returned To Writer (RTW) Unmailable and Undeliverable U.S. Domestic Surface First-Class Cards

Tony Wawrukiewicz

 

To show the complicated history of the return to writer process for unmailable and undeliverable U.S. domestic postal and post cards 1887-1985

142-148

The Boston Post Office and the Development of Machine Cancellations

William Barlow, Jr.

 

How Boston-area inventors and the Boston Post Office worked together in developing successful cancelling machines beginning in the last quarter of the 19th century

149

Guatemala: The Resplendent Quetzals 1881-1886

Michael Bloom

 

A traditional study of the resplendent quetzal stamps of Guatemala upon joining the UPU in 1881

150-158

Great Britain's Winston Churchill Centenary Stamps and First Day Covers

Todd Ronnei

 

A Review of the stamps' design, publicity for their release, first day covers and postal uses

159

Russian Mail to Britain "via Hamburg"

Ross Marshall

 

Exhibit shows all postal routes in the period 1817-1847 to Hamburg where mail transferred to British steamers.  Service ended 1847.

160-161

Invalid Postage Use

Lisa Foster

 

Covers and cards that were sent through the U.S. Postal Servie successfully without valid postage

162

Japan: Centennial of the 1860 USA Treaty

John Wynns

 

A Traditional Study of these Issues

163-172

Development of Swiss Airmail up to 1939

George Struble

 

Development from the first Swiss flown mail in 1913 to 1939, when WW II shut it down

173-174

Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Issues of British Guiana

John Wynns

 

A traditional study of the 1898 Jubilee stamps and the 1899 two cents surcharge stamps.  Domestic and foreign uses included.

175

Processing Graf Zeppelin and Hindenburg Passenger Mail

Dickson Preston

 

 

176

The Provisional Government of Ireland Dec 1921 to Dec 1922

Robert Benninghoff

 

This exhibit shows the social and political history of Southern Ireland during the first year of independence from Great Britain

177-181

St. Louis Streetcar Mail 1892-1915

Gary Hendren

 

A look at the routes, markings, and usages of mail posted on the first street car mail service in the U.S.

182

Horace and Betty Get Married

Anne Harris

 

 

183-189

The 3-cent Palomar Mountain Observatory Issue

Ralph Nafziger

 

The development of the stamp from initiation and design to production, first day cancels, and worldwide uses

190

The Greek Occupation of Mytilene Stamps of 1912

Niko Courtelis

 

A survey of the Greek Occupation of Mytilene stamps of 1912

191-192

A.P.M.C. Flag cancels: Chicago 1895-1899

Lisa Foster

 

Machine flag cancels with die letters used at the main post office in Chicago, IL from 1895 to 1899

193-200

The 1947 CIPEX Souvenir Sheet

Dickson Preston

 

Ebullience at the International Exhibition

201-203

Talyllyn Railway Letter Service 1965-1980

Nancy Swan

 

Welsh Talyllyn Railway Letter Service issues and covers showing 15 years of rate changes and special cancels

204

The Cleveland Circuit R.P.O, 1908-1919

Matthew Liebson

 

Cleveland, Ohio's streetcar postal route and its markings

205-212

U.S. Mail Delivery Problems, 1851-1950

Jerry Johnson

 

A variety of problems with the delivery of U.S. mail in the period 1851-1950 is given in two sections -- Delayed delivery and Undelivered

213-217

Gold Rush Days

Dennis Hassler

 

California Stampless Covers 1842-1859

218

Hillcountry Honkytonk Rita: Labrador Retriever

Jane Fohn

 

Rita, Labrador retriever, tells her life story in her own words

219-223

Russian Mail via Galicia to UPU (1874)

Ross Marshall

 

Russian mail that transits Galicia (Poland) organized by routes to UPU in 1874

224-228

Andrew Restall, Stamp Designer

Brian Harmon

A review of the twenty-three stamps designed by Andrew Restall, including original artwork for both issued and unadopted designs

229

Shoemaker to the Stars

Judith Ireton

 

Postcards to cobblers who made custom shoes for circus performers -- clowns, acrobats, and wire walkers

230 Non-Competitive

The Homestead Act Seen Through Letters from Eastern Oregon 1905-1908

Homer n'Darange

 

This exhibit illustrates the requirements and process of the Homestead Act through letters that went through the mail in eastern Oregon from 1906 to 1908

231-236 Non-Competitive

SCADTA Mail from and to Switzerland

George Struble

 

Mail carriage by SCADTA was not a government service until 1932, so SCADTA's own stamps were needed on mail

237-239

Rockets over Alaska

Eric Knapp

Rocket Launch Covers from the Poker Flat Research Range

240 Non-Competitive

U.S. 3-cent 1851-1857 Washington: a Color Study

Marc Dochez