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  • "A Christmas Connection? Really?" ....by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., CPC #810. Christina describes why the 44 cents USA Gene Autry stamp is included in her Christmas collection.
  • ``The Christmas Card that was Never Received`` by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.....illustrated is a Christmas card sent in December of 1939 from England to the Netherlands. The cover shows it was returned to sender by the censor and an enclosure states that cards sent to neutral countries during the war were forbidden. 
  • `Bethlehem Lost: I. Overview and the Search Begins in Iowa`` and `Bethlehem Lost: II. The Search Continues in South Dakota`` by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ...an indepth study of towns named Bethlehem whose post offices have either been discontined (DPOs) or have been ``overlooked`` altogether by the USPS. Bethlehems in Iowa and South Dakota are discussed in detail while a listing of other defunct and `lost`Bethlehems in the United States are listed. 
  • "A Trip to London`s Stampex and Philatex " .. . . by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., CPC #987.Richard describes four covers representing mail from four independent African nations that are former French colonies. Covers from Melong, Chad, Togo and Upper Volta (now called Burkina Faso) with Christmas stamps are illustrated. 
  • "Sixty Years of Christkindl Postmarks " . . . by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">Wilmer Bloy CPC #1663. Wilmer briefly describes the story of Christkindl, Austria and illustrates Christkindl stamps and covers of 2009.
  • "Amsterdam to Batvia Christmas Flight of 1933".... by Suzanne Yankowski, CPC #849. Suzanne relates the details of the Netherlands triangular stamps and the mail they sent and in particular the Amsterdam to Batvia Christmas Flight of 1933. Several covers are illustrated.

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