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H-Postal-History exists to encourage the cross-fertilization of different approaches to, and understandings of, postal history, particularly between academics and philatelic researchers and writers. It provides a community and a platform for the exchange of ideas and of information regarding publications, projects, events, and private and public collections available to researchers. The intended audience includes scholars, graduate students, and independent researchers studying postal history, of any time and place, including postal logistics, infrastructure, networks, and technology, as well as the mail.
H-Postal-History Editorial Staff
Susan Smith - Winton M. Blount Research Chair, Smithsonian National Postal Museum
Scott Tiffney - American Philatelic Research Library
H-Postal-History Advisory Board
Cheryl Ganz, Smithsonian Institution Curator Emerita
Richard John, Professor, School of Journalism, Columbia University
Shelia Brennan, Director of Strategic Initiatives at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History New Media, and Research Associate Professor in the Department of History and Art History
Terence Hines, Board Member of the Postal History Society
Gary Loew, Secretary Treasure of the Postal History Society
Sarah Johnson, Putnam County Historian (NY)
Joseph Adelman, Assistant Professor of History, Framingham State University
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