2023Vol.54 - No.2

7Cancellations on Domestic Uses From New York City, 1862-1869James W. Milgram, M.D.
21La Posta 2023 Award WinnersPeter Martin
22Washington, D. C.’s Earliest Duplex Postal MarkingsC.A. Stillions
26Postal History from Reidsville, North CarolinaTony L. Crumbley
29Robinson S. Hinman: Salem Bridge’s Last, and Naugatuck’s First, PostmasterAndy Doback
30Small Bites of Great American Postal History: A Livermore & Knight Advertising Card for the ‘Best Typewriter Made’Bob Toal
33Sackets Harbor Postmasters During the War of 1812Stephen A. Kochersperger
36A Rare War of 1812 Rate Cover From Dumfries, VirginiaPeter Martin
39A Band of MohicansJesse I. Spector, M.D.
45Confederate Postal History: A Rare Eight-Star Confederate Flag Patriotic UsePatricia A. Kaufmann
47U.S. Auxiliary Markings: Two Important Silent Precancel UsesArnold Selengut and Tony Wawrukiewicz
50Ephemera Corner: Transcontinental Mail Delivered by Jarrett & Palmer’s Non-Stop Theatrical Lightning ExpressKurt A. Sanftleben
54Vermont Goes WestTerence Hines
60U.S. Post Offices: Michigan Post OffiSteven J. Bahnsen