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DANZIG REPORT Nr. 7.

STUDY and RESEARCH GROUP

Editor: John H. Bloecher Jr., 1743 Little Creek Drive, Baltimore, Md. 21207

INTERPHIL “76 NEWS

As you know, GPS will be actively participating in the big Philadelphia INTERPHIL ‘76 International Philatelic Exhibition, scheduled for May 29 thru June 6. GPS activities currently lined up include:

May   31  Monday 2 PM Berlin Material by Tony Brooks
June  2   Wednesday 11 AM HOP’s with Frank Berger
June  3   Thursday 3 PM Gebühr Bezahlt by Harry Meyer
June  4   Friday 2 PM DANZIG STUDY GROUP MEETING
June  4   Friday 6 PM GPS Banquet

Note the time of YOUR Study Group Meeting, to be held in the GPS Hospitality Suite. Here’s our big opportunity to meet each other and with German philatelists from all over the world...be sure to be in Philly on June 4th:

For more information, write INTERPHIL ‘76, P.O.Box “C”, Philadelphia, Pa. 19105.

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PREPARE YOUR EXHIBITS for the GPS Fall Convention at COMPEX (Chicago) August 27 to 29. Our Danzig Study Group will also be meeting there, so keep this in mind when signing up for your 1976 vacations.

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RENEWAL TIME IS HERE: Enclosed are forms for mailing in your 1976 DUES, which have been increased to $4.00. last year we ran 44 pages per member at 1OØ plus postage, so we know that you won’t mind the slight increase. Some have already paid, and we thank them for that. Clear, full-sized reproductions of stamps and covers will continue to be featured, as well as the fine articles that have begun to pour in. Should be a good year for DSG.

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REPORTS IN PROCESS

John Mattler of the Luftpost-Zeppelin Study Group is having our next Ruberg Catalog article translated. This covers Catapult Mail, and he will lend us his collection of Danzig covers for illustrations.

In a reverse lend-lease transaction (no destroyers involved and the British keep Bermuda), John Whiteside has sent two excellent articles to the Colonies: “Post Offices in the O.P.D. Danzig, 1850 to 1867” and “Post Marks of the Smaller Offices in the Free State”. Needless to say, we are very

 

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