2022Vol.53 - No.3

7A Tie that Binds: The Streetcars and Post Officesof Portland , OregonCharles A. Neyhart Jr.
22Postcard Pursuit: An 1891 Postal Card from Palatka, FloridaPeter Martin
24Tract House Illustrated Designs Used During the Civil WarJames W. Milgram, M.D.
34Small Bites of Great American Postal History: A Letter Confirming Facts from a General’s MemoirJoseph Williams Cagnina
38Sexism, Anti-Semitism, Racism, and the Dewey Decimal System: Meliville Louis Kossuth Dewey and the Lake Placid ClubJesse I. Spector, M.D.
47Confederate Postal History: Point Lookout Prisoner-of-War Timothy RivesPatricia A. Kaufmann
50A Civil War Cover from Bowling Green, KentuckyJerry Johnson and Wallace Walters
53A 1975 Airmail Envelope from Beverly Hills Used as a Bundle HeaderSteven J. Bahnsen
54Ephemera Corner: “Kill the Rattlesnake” Exuberant California Unionism and the Pony ExpressKurt A. Sanftleben
59FDC Spotlight: A 1954 Five-Cent Monroe FDC to Egypt 
60At the APRL: Digitization Provides AccessScott D. Tiffney
62U.S. Post Offices: New Mexico Post OfficesSteven J. Bahnsen