2023Vol.54 - No.1

7U.S. Fancy Cancellations with Faces and FiguresJames W. Milgram, M.D.
18Mail by the Pail: Detroit’s River StationRichard D. Martorelli
26Siberian Intervention Mail Sent from Hakodate, Japan, While Enroute from San Francisco to Vladivostok aboard the U. S. Army Transport LoganKurt A. Sanftleben
29Lottie Eshliman: Cachetmaker ExtraordinaireDavid S. Zubatsky
36A Rare 1894 Skat Postal Card to GermanyPeter Martin
38Captain in War, Minister in Peace, Henry G. Marshall and the Connecticut 29th Colored Volunteer Infantry RegimentJesse I. Spector, M.D.
44Confederate Postal History: A Scout Requests Instructions from Gen. Benjamin J. HillPatricia A. Kaufmann
48The Improper Use of World War II Savings Stamps was Rarely Caught and ChargedJohn M. Hotchner
54An 1898 Souvenir Postcard SagaBob Toal
61Tornado Destroys Mayfield, Kentucky, Post OfficeSteven J. Bahnsen
62U.S. Post Offices: Arkansas Post OfficesSteven J. Bahnsen