2019Vol.50 - No.2

6Spies and Lies: The Rosenbergs and Nuclear SecretsJesse I. Spector
18The Odd Lot: ‘Don’t use cancelling machine’ 
21Snapshots: Pan Am Pacific First Flight Mail 
22Learning 1960s U.S. Parcel Post Rates Hindered by Tricky Wording, MathRonald Blanks
24Ephemera Corner: An 1887 Post Office Receipt for Newspapers 
25Confederate Postal History: Confederate Military Courier Delivery from Lt. L.A. BringierPatricia A. Kaufmann
28The ‘Supposed Liable to Customs Duty’ Form AK. David Steidley
31An Intriguing 1921 Midshipman’s LetterPeter Martin
34Japanese Americans in World War II: A Follow-UpLouis Fiset
38Did You Know?: Post Office Classifications 
39First Day Covers: A Ballet Master First Day Souvenir 
40World War I Soldier’s Mail from Sgt. Maj. J.Z. Hoke of Athens, GeorgiaLamar Garrard and Steve Swain
42Rare 1853 Keweenaw County Cover DiscoveredPaul Petosky
44U.S. Auxiliary Markings: Postage Due on Incoming International Covers—Part TwoJohn M. Hotchner
48An 1874 Swiss Hotel Cover to ClevelandHarlan F. Stone
49Penny Crusher Mail from the 1939 New York World’s Fair 
50Postal History at the APRL: Specialized Research Collections Enhance the APRL’s Holdings: Thomas J. AlexanderScott D. Tiffney
52U.S. Post Offices: Minnesota Post OfficesSteven J. Bahnsen
56James Milgram Wins 2019 Helbock Prize; Fricke ‘Small Bites’Award to Kochersperger 
59Pictorial Cancellations: Mayberry Days