Willamette Valley Stamp Show

March 2021

 

Exhibits

 

To view an exhibit, click on its title

Exhibitor name

Frames

Exhibit title

Address

Description

Joe Voice

1

The US Navy Mass Flight of January 1937

Pasco WA

A Single-frame exhibit that tells the story of the mass flight of PBY-1 flying boats from San Diego to Pearl Harbor in January 1937

Eric Knapp

1

1978, Captain Cook, and the Anchorage Philatelic Society Non-competitive

Anchorage AK

How many versions of a cover can a club make?

Tim Bergquist

1

St. Paul Oregon 97137: Its Postal History since 1874

Eugene OR

Focuses on the postal history of St. Paul, Oregon since 1874 when its post office was established

Tim Bergquist

1

The Constitution of the U.S.A.: Illustrated

Eugene OR

This exhibit illustrates the various articles and amendments of the U.S. constitution using U.S. stamps

Nancy Swan

3

The Heraldic Lion

Medford OR

 

George Struble

5

Swiss Airmail to the U.S.: A Rate Study Non-competitive

Salem OR

A rich story of treatment and rates of airmail service; who knew a rate study could be this interesting?!

Catherine and Ken Gilbert

1

96 Elephants: The Story of Human-Elephant Interactions

Columbus OH

A brief history of human-elephant interactions, through stamps and covers

Mark Loomis

1

The "Admirals" of Southern Rhodesia Non-competitive

Tigard OR

 

Hobart Pillsbury

4

Trans-Atlantic Catapult Mail 1928-1935

Roanoke VA

French and German postal systems used catapult aircraft flights off passsenger ships from 1928 to 1935 to speed mail delivery between Europe and the Americas

Ralph Nafziger

1

The Albany, OR Post Office, a Century of Service 1850-1950
-- Non-competitive

Albany OR

The exhibit shows the 100-year developmentof the Albany, OR post office. The evolution of cancels, rates, raoutings, markings, and transit duration are shown

George Struble

1

1920 Basel-Frankfurt Airmail Service: What a Fiasco
 -- Non-competitive

Salem OR

The plane landed in Loerrach -- the German airport near Basel -- only 13 days, and only 102 pieces of mail were flown from Loerrach the entire period