Journal of the Haiti Philatelic Society

Table of Contents

  1. May 1975, Vol. 1(1)
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Message from Reginald Gagneron, president pro tem.1–2
  2. July 1975, Vol. 1(2)
    • Gagneron, Reginald: What is new?1
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Opinions1
    • Gagneron, Reginald: The map stamps [issues with full sheet having a country map in the background]1
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Haiti Philately [purpose of the journal]1–2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Currency in Haiti2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Error report [Scott #487]2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Some suggestions2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Souvenir sheets2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Imperforate2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: List of members [preliminary]3
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Warning – illegal issues [J.H. Stolow’s space exploration set “réalisations pacifiques d'exploration spatiale”]3
  3. September 1975, Vol. 1(3)
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Error report1–2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Inverted overprints2
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The Salomon stamps [part 1 of 2; Scott #21-25]2–4
    • Comments from our readers4
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Membership4
    • Gagneron, Reginald: New issue [Scott #C432-C433 (centenary of UPU)]5
    • [map of Port-au-Prince 1860]6
  4. December 1975, Vol. 1(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Are you violating the law? [collecting counterfeits]1
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Error report1–2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Haiti – the country2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Market trend2
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The Salomon stamps, part 2 [of 2; Scott #21-25]3–4
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Mr. Peter Jeannopoulos – autobiography4–5
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Correction and addition5
    • Gagneron, Reginald: From the president5–6
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Editor’s note6
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Market trend7
    • Gagneron, Reginald: The famous painting issue [Scott #647-652, #C366-C368]7
    • Gagneron, Reginald: The Pelé issue [Scott #649-655]7–8
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The first Christmas in the New World [Scott #C91-C92; #641-642 (Fort de la Nativité)]9–10
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Report from the secretary-treasurer10–12
    • [Scott #C403-C406 (flag issue proofs)]13
  5. March 1976, Vol. 2(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: “Haitiana” [stamps from other countries referring to Haiti]1–2
    • Locy, Francis E.: The origin of the gourde [excerpted from “The 1902 overprints of Haiti”]. Repr. from American Philatelist, vol. 45, no. 9, June 19322
    • New issue announcement [Scott #696, #C434-C437 (bicentennial of the U.S.A.)]2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: An open letter to the philatelist3
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Heroes of Haiti. Repr. from Scott’s Monthly Stamp Journal, May 1967, pp. 69-774–9
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The 1898 watermarked issue [Scott #46-51]10–12
    • Haiti’s gold foil [Scott #C309]12
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Revenue stamps (timbre mobile)13
    • Gagneron, Reginald: [Scott #448-450, #C145-C147 (1959 Pan American Games in Chicago)]13
    • The counterfeit controversy14
    • F. Burton Sellers15
    • The Audubon issue15
    • 1933-40 airmail series [Scott #C5-C9]15
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Report from the secretary-treasurer16–17
  6. June 1976, Vol. 2(2)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The Coubertin stamps (B1, CB1-2)1–2
    • Rudolph, Ken: Haiti – a nostalgic look3–5
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A 40-year-old postal tribute to Lindbergh’s good will tour. Repr. from Gibbons-Whitman Stamp Monthly, June 19686–10
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Incoming foreign mail cancels or I.F.M.’s11
    • Kernochan, Lansing: Senator King’s visit [of Port-au-Prince on March 23, 1931]12–13
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Abraham Lincoln [Scott #447, #C142-C144a]13
    • George Washington [Scott #C11]13, 19
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: New issue information [Scott #692-695, #C399-C402 (1976 overprints)]14
    • Vaut mieux tard que jamais [Scott #660-661, C387-C390]14
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Message from the president15–16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Report from the secretary-treasurer17–18
    • [Scott #696, #C434-C437 (bicentennial of the U.S.A.)]19
  7. September 1976, Vol. 2(3)
    • Gagneron, Reginald: The leftovers [Scott unlisted Haitian material]1–2, 4
    • [1949 cover with bicentennial of Port-au-Prince issue and special cachet; 1928 West Indian Aerial Express inauguration cover]3
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Report from the president5
    • Haiti – the General Post-Office5
    • Gagneron, Reginald: The Society in the news [KERPHILA ’76]5–6
    • Advertising7
  8. December 1976, Vol. 2(4)
    • Stiss, Seymour B.: The 1904 issues of Haiti: the centenary and Nord Alexis stamps [Scott #82-88, #89-95, #96-101, #102-107]1–5
    • M. Gagneron resigns5
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor6
    • The Mangones auction [Edmond Mangones stamp collection auctioned at Harmer (New York City) on May 5, 1976]7–9
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haitian vacation10–11
    • A curious error [Scott #B20]11
    • New issue information [Scott #C438-C447A (1976 overprints)]11
    • Auction report [results of first HPS mail auction]12
    • New members12–13
    • Advertising13
  9. March 1977, Vol. 3(1)
    • Lloyd, Carroll: The centennial flag cancel of Haiti1–3
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The Dominican Republic and additional Haitiana3
    • New issue information [Scott #713-715, #C469-C471 (1976 Olympics Montreal); #710-712, #C466-C468 (centenary of the telephone); #697-700 (Dessalines)]4
    • Let’s hear from you4
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: “Operation Postmarks”: the pursuit of Haitian town cancels5–11
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Restoration of Christophe’s Citadel [Scott #404-405, #C81-C90]11
    • Postal stamps overprinted “timbre mobile” [this list prepared by Felix Salnave contains errors; see HP 33(4)]12
    • Joux Chateau [Scott France #1112]13
    • Re-valued President Vincent [Scott #357 error]13
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer14
  10. June 1977, Vol. 3(2)
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Plating the one centime re-engraved stamp of 1886 of Haiti [Scott #18 (Liberty head issue)]1–7
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The pursuit of Haitian town cancels [postscript to article in HP 3(1)]8–10
    • More “Haitiana”10
    • New issue information [1976 Dessalines issue ???]10
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Postal stamps overprinted for revenue purposes [supplement to list in HP 3(1), p. 12]11
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The 1889 black handstamp of Cap Haïtien12
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: 3rd Pan American Games issue – August 27, 1959 [Scott #448-450, #C145-C147]13
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Jean Baptiste Paul Dessables13–14
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Addendum re: 1898 watermarked issue [Scott #46-51]14
    • Revised postal rates [as of Dec. 15, 1976]14
    • Dr. Jan Boesman dies [Scott #C317-C318]15
    • Additions to your French philatelic vocabulary15
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor17–18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Scott catalog prices: then and now [Scott #1-20 (Liberty head issue) prices of 1925 vs. 1975]18
  11. September 1977, Vol. 3(3)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Fournier’s forgeries1–3
    • Black Blot assessment4
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The Royal Netherlands Steamship Company as seen on the stamps of Haiti4–7
    • F. Burton Sellers given Lichtenstein Memorial Award at Collectors Club fete7–8
    • G.T. Steward8
    • H.P.S. mourns loss of prospective member [Felix Salnave]8
    • Haiti honors Lindbergh [Scott #C460-C463 (1974 Copernicus overprinted)]9
    • Additions to your French philatelic vocabulary9
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer10–11
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Sylvio Cator [Scott #421-423, #C115-C118]12
    • CENJEX ’7712
    • Made counterfeit Haytian stamps. Repr. from New York Herald, 21 June 189513
    • Boesman stamps and stationery [Scott #C317-C318a]14–15
    • Jan L. Montes dies16
    • AMPHILEX ’7716
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Louis Borno (b.1865-d.1942) – issue of 1924 [Scott #315-319]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 194916–18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Scott catalog prices: then and now [Scott #21-37 prices of 1925 vs. 1975]18
  12. December 1977, Vol. 3(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The date tree issue [Scott #26-30; for errata, see issue 4(1), p. 17]1–7
    • Horn, Aloysius S.: The Madonna on stamps [Scott #340-348, #C14-C18 (1942 Our Lady of Perpetual Help)]. Repr. from Coros Chronicle, vol. 9, no. 4, Aug. 19578–9
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Frederick Douglass 1817-18959
    • Lindbergh variety [Scott #C460-C463 (1974 Copernicus overprinted)]10
    • Sellers’ collection burglarized10–11
    • Haitiana continued11
    • BALPEX ’7711
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Killick, Hammerton (b.1847-d.1902) – issue of 1943 [Scott #349-354, #C22-C23 (destruction of the Crête-à-Pierrot)]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 194912–13
    • Dumas varieties [Scott #335-336, #C10]13
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Scott catalog prices: then and now [Scott #38-51 prices of 1925 vs. 1975]14
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer15
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor16
    • Additions to your French philatelic vocabulary16
  13. March 1978, Vol. 4(1)
    • Huber, Harry E.: Haitian air mails [part 1 of 7]. Repr. from The Air Mail Collector, vol. 1, nos. 1-4 & 6-9, Nov.-Dec. 1928 & Apr.-July 19291–6
    • Color changelings [Scott #100 (1904 Nord Alexis 20c)]6
    • Fundamentals of philately [by L.N. & M. Williams; book recommendation]7
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: U.S. used in Haiti [U.S.M.C. cover]7
    • SEPAD [show, Philadelphia, 1977]7
    • [Two die proofs for palm tree issue]8
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Dessalines, Jean Jacques (b.1758-d.1806) – issue of 1947 [Scott #369-382, #C46]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 19498–9
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: [cover with 1898 issue]10
    • New provisionals [Scott #705-708 (1978 black overprints)]11
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer11–12
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s Port au France cancel [CTO cancel on 1963 freedom of hunger issue]12
    • Overprint varieties13–14
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: U.S. naval covers [listing of author’s collection]14–15
    • Scott catalog price changes16
    • Errata [in “the day tree issue” article of HP 3(4)]17
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Society status report for 197718
    • Election announcement19
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A piece of postal stationery [U.S. postal card reply half returned from Port au Prince to New York City]19
  14. June 1978, Vol. 4(2)
    • Lloyd, Carroll: The rewards of a specialized Haiti collection1–3
    • Additions to your French philatelic vocabulary3
    • Huber, Harry E.: Haitian air mails [part 2 of 7]. Repr. from The Air Mail Collector, vol. 1, nos. 1-4 & 6-9, Nov.-Dec. 1928 & Apr.-July 19294–9
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Leconte, Jean Jacques Dessalines Cincinnatus (b.1852-d.1912) – issue of 1912 [Scott #166-168]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 19499–10
    • [Scott #46-51 (1898 watermarked issue)]. Repr. from Mekeel’s Weekly Stamp News, vol. 16, no. 41, whole no. 615, 11 Oct. 190210–12
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor12
    • Les Cayes12
    • Sellers, F. Burton: U.S. naval covers [supplementary listing]13–15
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer16
    • Under the gavel [Sotheby Parke Bernet Stamp Auction sale, March 1978]17–18
  15. September 1978, Vol. 4(3)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti at CAPEX1–3
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Affranchissements reçus 5 cts. [paper strips as substitutes for stamps on 3 Jan. 1920]3
    • Huber, Harry E.: Haitian air mails [part 3 of 7]. Repr. from The Air Mail Collector, vol. 1, nos. 1-4 & 6-9, Nov.-Dec. 1928 & Apr.-July 19294–9
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Philatelic pilgrimage [of Rev. Henryk Misiak in 1956]9
    • Hamilton Bank Note Company essays 1897-1898(?)10
    • The Salomon type of Hayti. Repr. from The Philatelic Journal of Great Britain, vol. 10, no. 120, 20 Dec. 190010–12
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor12
    • [Scott #359a variety]12
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: New issue information – the centenary of the telephone issue [Scott #710-712, #C466-C468]13–14
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer14
    • Trends of stamp values14
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Alexandre Sabès Pétion (b.1779-d.1818) – issue of 1904 [Scott #87-88]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 194915–16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A new cancel [1978 Port-au-Prince “principal” postmark]16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A new provisional [Scott #709 (1978 red overprint)]16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Trial proofs of the 1898 watermarked issue [Scott #46-51]17
  16. December 1978, Vol. 4(4)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: An interesting letter from Port au Prince, March 21, 18431–3
    • Dalsimer, Samuel: A checklist of Haitian revenues [updated by Carroll Lloyd and Peter Jeannopoulos]. Repr. from The American Revenuer, vol 14, nos. 4-6, Apr. to June 19604–11
    • [S.S. Haiti (Columbian Mail Steamship Company) paquebot cancel]11
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Harris lists Ryukyu [stamps issued while under U.S. administration]12
    • Hubbard addresses the C.C.12–13
    • The date tree issue [Scott #26-30]14
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Oreste Zamor (b.1861-d.1915) – issue of 1915 [Scott #219/232 (stolen issue)]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 194914–15
    • Seth Parker [cachets]15
    • Kohl Briefmarken-Handbuch: the revolutionary turmoils 1888-9 [translated by John Van Altena Jr.]16–18
    • Proposed issue [Scott #720 , #C480-C482 (International Year Against Apartheid 1978)]18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: First annual convention [of the HPS at BALPEX ’78]19–20
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer19
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Olympic Games of Montreal [1976, Scott #713-715, #C469-471 (issued 1978)]21
    • Dauphin, Westen: [Scott #709 (1978 red overprint)]21
  17. March 1979, Vol. 5(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haitian town cancels1–5
    • Huber, Harry E.: Haitian air mails [part 4 of 7]. Repr. from The Air Mail Collector, vol. 1, nos. 1-4 & 6-9, Nov.-Dec. 1928 & Apr.-July 19295–11
    • Bruce W. Ball auction [Sept. 1978 in New Orleans, Louisiana]12–13
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Watermarked revenues13
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Damaged philatelic covers14
    • Postal stamps overprinted as revenue stamps15
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Year of the Child [Scott #716, #C472-C473 (50th anniversary of the Inter-American Institute of the Child); see also HP 6(1), p. 14]17
    • Registry markings [used by the Port au Prince post office in the 1950s]17
    • A.P.S. affiliate no. 8118
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A revenue listing19
    • Ballon Galiffet [Scott #C318A]20
    • Our second mail auction sale [announcement]21
    • Glossary of abbreviations for auction sale listings22
  18. June 1979, Vol. 5(2)
    • Fosberry, John: Haiti: the nineteenth century issues. Repr. from Stamp Monthly, Feb. 197823–26
    • Waterlow sample stamps [1950-1954]26–28
    • Huber, Harry E.: Haitian air mails [part 5 of 7]. Repr. from The Air Mail Collector, vol. 1, nos. 1-4 & 6-9, Nov.-Dec. 1928 & Apr.-July 192928–33
    • Kernochan, Lansing: Revenues33
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haitian revenue stamps34–37
    • Dean, L. Wallace: [postscript to “An interesting letter from Port au Prince, March 21, 1843” in HP 4(4)]37
    • The post of the Republic of Haiti. Repr. from L'Union Postale 36, 12 Dec. 191138–39
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer39
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor40
  19. September 1979, Vol. 5(3)
    • Huber, Harry E.: Haitian air mails [part 6 of 7]. Repr. from The Air Mail Collector, vol. 1, nos. 1-4 & 6-9, Nov.-Dec. 1928 & Apr.-July 192941–46
    • Burwell, Bruce B.: Haitian postal censorship during World War II. Repr. from Civil Censorship Study Group Bulletin, Dec. 197846–48
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Scott #392 varieties – 7 April 195348
    • Institute of the Child [Scott #716, #C472-C473 (50th anniversary of the Inter-American Institute of the Child)]49
    • CARE issue [Scott #717-718, #C474-C476 (20th anniversary of the establishment of CARE in Haiti)]49
    • [notes on Scott #C391-C394 (Pan American Health Organization issue), #665-668 (20th anniversary of the Caribbean Travel Association)]49
    • Human Rights issue [Scott #719, #C477-C479 (30th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)]50
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Pétion-Ville cancels51
    • Kernochan, Lansing: Revenue variety51
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Louis Étienne Félicité Lysius Salomon (b.1809-d.1888) – issue of 1887 [Scott #21-24]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 194952–53
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Machine cancels53
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer54
    • The Latin Post54
    • H.P.S. elections55
    • H.P.S. mail sale [no. 2 canceled due to lack of interest]55
    • StampShow 7956
    • Pan-American Games [no stamps commemorating the 10th Pan-American Games?]56
    • Price fluctuations56
    • Control punch [Scott #C340 overprinted for revenue purposes]56
  20. December 1979, Vol. 5(4)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: U.S. naval covers [supplementary listing]57–59
    • The Mainsheet59
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: International Year Against Apartheid [1978, Scott #720 , #C480-C482 (issued 1979)]60
    • Huber, Harry E.: Haitian air mails [part 7 of 7]. Repr. from The Air Mail Collector, vol. 1, nos. 1-4 & 6-9, Nov.-Dec. 1928 & Apr.-July 192961–63
    • APS revises “Black Blot” program63–64
    • Grounded Haitian birds fly back into spotlight [Audubon issue]. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News, vol. 52, no. 46, whole no. 2662, 12 Nov. 1979, pp. 1 and 364–65
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: 1977-1979 postal markings66–70
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer71
    • The pine forest71
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the president-elect72
    • Koerber auction72
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Postal stamps overprinted for revenue purposes73
    • Saint Marc73
    • Van Altena, Adele: Haiti #30574
  21. March 1980, Vol. 6(1)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The British and French postal agencies in Haiti [part 1 of 6: British packet service to Haiti – introduction, January to November 1842]1–6
    • Dalsimer, Samuel: Haiti’s border dispute with the Dominican Republic as shown on stamps of both countries [Scott #321]. Repr. from Pan American Philatelist, vol. 2, no 1, Sept. 19556–8
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Sale of the “Helmut Wolff” and “Nemo” collections of Haiti9–14
    • International Year of the Child [1979, Scott #721-723, #C483-C486]14
    • Trends of stamp values15
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Hurricane Hazel stamps [Scott #RA23-RA24, #RAC1-RAC2]15–16
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Report of the secretary-treasurer17
    • The Spanish-American Philatelist18
  22. June 1980, Vol. 6(2)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The British and French postal agencies in Haiti [part 2 of 6: British packet service to Haiti – October 1842 to August 1850]19–24
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Pierre Nord Alexis (b.1822-d.) – issue of 1906 [Scott #125/149]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 194924–25
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The bogus Audubon stamps26–30
    • Stanley, Milton E.: Antenor Firmin [Scott #720 , #C480-C482 (International Year Against Apartheid 1978)]31–32
    • First aerogram [1958]32
    • Wedding bells [Scott #C487-C489 (1980 overprint commemorating wedding of Pres. Duvalier)]33
    • Sellers, F. Burton: U.S. naval covers [four more covers]34
    • L.A.P.S. exchange circuit35
    • Provisionals [Scott #724-726 (1980 overprints)]35
    • Report for June of the Haitian Philatelic Society36
    • Jérémie36
  23. September 1980, Vol. 6(3)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The British and French postal agencies in Haiti [part 3 of 6: British packet service to Haiti – August 1850 to July 1881]“36–39” ⇔ 37–40
    • APS reprints “The Yucatan affair [the work of forger Raoul Charles de Thuin]“39” ⇔ 40
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Barron Pierre de Coubertin (b.1863-d.1937) – issue of 1939 [Scott #B1, #CB1-CB2]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 1949“40–41” ⇔ 41–42
    • Colson, Everett A.: Haiti: surcharges during the American occupation [Scott #235-308 (overprints 1915 to 1920)]. Repr. from Mekeel’s Weekly Stamp News, vol. 34, no. 41, whole no. 1554, 9 Oct. 1920“42–47” ⇔ 43–48
    • Kenedi auction [sale #222 on April 28, 1980 in North Hollywood (Los Angeles), California]“48–50” ⇔ 49–51
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Report of the secretary for September“51” ⇔ 52
  24. December 1980, Vol. 6(4)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The British and French postal agencies in Haiti [part 4 of 6: British packet service to Haiti – internal service, summary]“52–60” ⇔ 53–61
    • Classic Philatelics releases Higgins and Gage supplement. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News, 20 Oct. 1980“60” ⇔ 61
    • Stanley, Milton E.: La dame aux camélias [Scott #C178]“61” ⇔ 62
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Tirésias Augustin Simon Sam (b.1835-d.1916) – issue of 1898 [Scott #52/66]. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 1949“62–63” ⇔ 63–64
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the president“64” ⇔ 65
    • Report of the treasurer“65” ⇔ 66
    • New issue information: Dessalines issue [Scott #727, #C490-C493]“66” ⇔ 67
    • Tourist issue [Scott #728-730, #C494-C498 (1980 World Conference of Tourism)]“67” ⇔ 68
    • World cup of soccer [Scott #731-733, #C499-C506 (50th anniversary of the World Cup)]“68” ⇔ 69
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the editor“69” ⇔ 70
    • Early airmail cachets [illustrations]“69” ⇔ 70
  25. March 1981, Vol. 7(1)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the president2
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Off to Rio2
    • Van Dyke, Polly: How do you know you can’t write?2
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The British and French postal agencies in Haiti [part 5 of 6: French postal agencies]3–7
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Note from your new editor8
    • Henry Gifford Hardy [biography]9
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Auctions: prices realized???10–11
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Do you have any perfins on Haitian stamps? (perforated initials on stamps)12
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Marine covers [USMC (United States Marine Corps) covers and cancellations]12
    • Gerald R. Boarino [biography]13
    • Zinsmeister, Marian Carne: Souvenir sheets [Scott #C19-C21 (1942 Our Lady of Perpetual Help); repeated in HP 7(2)]14–15
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Haiti Philatelic Society (fact sheet 1980-81)16
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Secretary’s report as of March 30, ’8117
    • Application for membership in the Haiti Philatelic Society [application form]18
  26. June 1981, Vol. 7(2)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the president20
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The British and French postal agencies in Haiti [part 6 of 6: French postal agencies – addendum; conclusion]21–25
    • Question box26
    • Album notes26
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Auction news – St. Patrick’s Day sale brings record prices27–37
    • Carroll Lloyd [biography]28
    • Zinsmeister, Marian Carne: Souvenir sheets [Scott #C19-C21 (1942 Our Lady of Perpetual Help); same article as in HP 7(1)]38
    • Moorhouse, Brian: 1934 post offices and agencies in Haiti [see HP 7(3) for corrected spellings of town names]. Repr. from Philatelic Magazine, Mar. 198139–40
    • Boarino, Gerald L.; Van Dyke, Polly: Additional naval covers [two more covers]41
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Secretary’s report42
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Haiti Philatelic Society (fact sheet 1980-81)43
    • Application for membership in the Haiti Philatelic Society [application form]44
  27. September 1981, Vol. 7(3)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the president46
    • People – Lee Wallace Dean III [biography]47
    • Obituary [Scrini, George A.]47
    • Locy, Francis E.: The 1902 overprints of Haiti [part 1 of 2; Scott #67-81 (provisional government overprint)]. Repr. from American Philatelist, vol. 45, no. 9, June 193248–51
    • Question box52–53
    • Letters [to the editor]54–55
    • Haitian art – new issues [Scott #734-737, #C507-C510]56–58
    • Town names [corrected spellings of town names given in Moorhouse’s “1934 post offices and agencies in Haiti’, see HP 7(2)]59
    • Naval covers [updated complete listing]59–62
    • Dean, L. Wallace: HPS auction #1 [results of first HPS mail auction (not really the first!)]63
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Auctions [Harmers (New York) May 1981]64
    • Ricksecker, Charles: Coming events64
    • Zinsmeister, Marian Carne: U.P.U. Scott #385-388, #C49-51 [1950 overprints to commemorate the 75th anniversary (in 1949) of the U.P.U.]. Repr. from U.P.U. seventy-fifth anniversary issues. S.P.A. handbook no. 3, second revised edition, VanDahl Publications, Albany, Oregon65
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Album notes66
    • Norona, Delf: U.S. Marine Corps, Haiti67
    • Allen, John W.: Marine covers67
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Secretary’s report as of Aug. 15, 198168
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Haiti Philatelic Society (fact sheet 1980-81)69
    • Application for membership in the Haiti Philatelic Society70
  28. December 1981, Vol. 7(4)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the president72
    • Locy, Francis E.: The 1902 overprints of Haiti [part 2 of 2; Scott #67-81 (provisional government overprint)]. Repr. from American Philatelist, vol. 45, no. 9, June 193273–76
    • Kunze, Albert F.: Haitian historical résumé. Repr. from Who’s who on the postage stamps of Haiti. Pan American Union philatelic series no. 12, Washington D.C., 194977–78
    • Question box79
    • Zinsmeister, Marian Carne: United Nations stamps [Scott #442-443, #C136-C138 (10th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1958); #B9, #CB16-18 (International Refugee Year 1959-1960)]80
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haitian aerograms, an update [complete listing]81–84
    • Hardy, Henry Gifford: More comments on “wedding bells” [Scott #C487-C489 (1980 overprint commemorating wedding of Pres. Duvalier)]85–86
    • Haiti wins big86
    • Proposed officers for 1982/198386
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Postal agencies – town cancels87–88
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Editor’s notes89
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Secretary’s report90
    • Membership list [to members only]91–94
    • Official ballot [to members only]95
  29. March 1982, Vol. 8(1)
    • Officers for 1982-832
    • Van Altena, Adele: Message from the new president2
    • Gagneron, Reginald: The Haiti Philatelic Society – our seventh year3
    • Roberts, Eric: 1907 surcharges [Scott #150-161]4
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: 2,008 kms. in search of Haitian town cancels [see also HP 8(2)]5–10
    • Taylor, Richard E.: Secretary’s report10
    • President Van Altena’s appointments10
    • Dean, L. Wallace: HPS auction progress11
    • Dean, L. Wallace: HPS auction #1 summary11
    • Dean, L. Wallace: HPS auction #2 – prices realized12
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: P. Kenedi auction [held January 15, 1982]13–15
    • Bishop, Dwight: Auction results [David Feldman auction of September, 1981]16
    • Gagneron, Reginald: First painting issue [Scott #643-646, #C366-C368]17
    • Question box18
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Royal Netherlands steamship line [book recommendation: Cockrill’s series booklet no. 26]18
    • Letters [to the editor]19
    • Dauphin, Westen: [Scott #738-741, #C511-C512 (Dec. 1981 / Jan. 1982 overprints)]19
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Naval covers (update)20–21
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haiti Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1981 [treasurer’s report]22
    • Van Altena, Adele: Haiti Philately index [part 1 of 2]23–26
  30. June 1982, Vol. 8(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Postscripts I and II [to “2,008 kms. in search of Haitian town cancels” from HP 8(1)]28–29
    • Gagneron, Reginald: X Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights [Scott #442-443, #C136-C138]30
    • Earee, R. B.: Album weeds – Hayti. Repr. from Album weeds or how to detect forged stamps. 1st edition published 1881, 560 pp.31–32
    • HPS auction #3 prices realized33
    • HPS auction #2 – final summary33
    • Sellers, F. Burton: “Une carotte”. Repr. from Pan American Philatelist, vol. 1, no 4, July/Aug. 195434–39
    • Allen, John W.: Interned enemy alien mail40–41
    • Gagneron, Reginald: United Nations 15th anniversary souvenir sheet [Scott #C169a]42–43
    • Gordon, Robert S.: U.S. Marine Corps offices in Haiti. Repr. from American Philatelist, vol. 89, no. 8, Aug. 1975, p. 73744
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Look inside45
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report46
    • Van Altena, Adele: Haiti Philately index [part 2 of 2]47–50
  31. September 1982, Vol. 8(3)
    • Van Altena, Adele: Message from President Adele52
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: 1907 surcharges [Scott #150-161]52
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haitian town cancels53–58
    • Czyl, Jim: Czyl’s Penny Post59
    • Question box60–61
    • [Scott #402]. Repr. from The Spanish American Philatelist, vol. 4, no. 6, May/June 1982, p. 1162
    • Vadeboncoeur, James: The genuine 1902 overprints [Scott #67-81 (provisional government overprint)]62
    • Dauphin, Westen: New issues [Scott #771-780 (1982 World Cup, issued 1983)]63
    • Dauphin, Westen; Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: 10th anniversary of Jean Claude [Scott #742-747]64
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Haiti – money exchange rate65
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Maps65
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Coinage of St. Domingue and a note on postal rates66
    • Letters [to the editor]70
    • Your collection [editor’s comment]70–71
    • Czyl, Jim: Phantoms of philately [President Legitime essays]71
    • Poole, Bertram W. H.: The palm tree issue [Scott #26-51; edited by Reginald Gagneron; see also HP 9(1), p. 100]. Repr. from Mekeel’s Weekly Stamp News, vol. 51, no. 52, whole no. 2461, 27 Dec. 193772–75
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report76
  32. December 1982, Vol. 8(4)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: ESPAMER ’8278
    • Apfelbaum, John D.: Difficulties in evaluating the price of Haiti covers79–80
    • More ship covers81–82
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The traveling man in Haiti circa 192683–87
    • The flea market88
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Auction report [George Alevizos Public Auctions (Westwood, Los Angeles) October 1982]89
    • Prices realized, HPS auctions #3 & #490
    • Fosberry, John: Haitian airmails – the earlier flights [for errata, see issue 9(1), p. 3]. Repr. from Stanley Gibbons Magazine, n.d.91–96
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Air mail prices [from The American catalogue of air mail and first day covers. 1929 edition, Berkshire Exchange, Cummington, Mass.]97–98
    • Essays for the Empire of Haiti [1850 Faustin I. (Soulouque) essays]. Repr. from The Stamp Collector’s Magazine, vol. 5, no. 53, 1 June 186799–100
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The palm tree issue [Scott #26-51; reply to article in HP 8(3)]100
    • Marine bits and pieces101
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report102
  33. March 1983, Vol. 9(1)
    • Van Altena, Adele: Message from the president2
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Editor’s notes3
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More kilometers, fewer town cancels, part 1 [of 3]4–10
    • Van Dyke, Polly: 10th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights [Scott #442-443, #C136-C138]11
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Auction news [Manning sale (New York City) January 28, 1983]12–19
    • More auction news [David Feldman auction of November 29, December 3 1982]20
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Town cancels comments21
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Recent errors [on Scott #738, #741 and #C511]22
    • Flea market23–24
    • Catala, Pierre: Other town cancels24
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Philatelic first day covers25
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haiti Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1982 [treasurer’s report]26
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report26
  34. June 1983, Vol. 9(2)
    • Lloyd, Paul C.: The Frank Marston collection of Haiti town cancels: part I – the project itself [part 1 of 2]28–31
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Haiti town “maze”31
    • Question box32
    • Hennan, Clarence W.: “S 2 D” surcharge of 1917 [Scott #245; from Dr. Hennan’s unpublished papers]33–36
    • Schwartz, G. C.: Postal history auction [The Clearing House]37
    • Hennan, Clarence W.: Scott #318 – President Joseph Louis Borno [from Dr. Hennan’s unpublished papers, edited by Polly Van Dyke]37
    • Letters [to the editor]38–39
    • 1915 official news in Haiti [stamp taxes]40
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More kilometers, fewer town cancels, part II [of 3]41–45
    • Naval covers46
    • Dr. Gerald L. Boarino [biography]46
    • Hennan, Clarence W.: 1912 Leconte issue [Scott #166-168; from Dr. Hennan’s unpublished papers, edited by Polly Van Dyke]47
    • Haiti 1847 – British post office notice48
    • Have you read?? [suggested books]49
    • Brock, Fred C.: The decimes markings. Repr. from Postal History Journal, n.d.49
    • Zinsmeister, Marian Carne: Malaria issues of the United Nations [Scott #486-488, #C188-C190a; see also HP 9(3), p. 74]. Repr. from Malaria issues, United Nations. VanDahl Publications, Albany, Oregon50
    • Flea market51
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report51
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Editor’s corner52
  35. September 1983, Vol. 9(3)
    • Van Altena, Adele: Call for annual meeting and message from the President Adele Van Altena, Milton, Wisconsin54
    • Lloyd, Paul C.: The Frank Marston collection of Haiti town cancels: part II – the collection [part 2 of 2]55–60
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Color variety [of Scott #750 overprint]59
    • F. Burton Sellers, HPS #21, named Luff Award recipient61
    • Dauphin, Westen: New issues [Scott #770B-770I (centenary of Haiti’s joining the UPU)]62
    • Vadeboncoeur, James: Postal stationery62–64
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More kilometers, fewer town cancels, part III [of 3]65–67
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Naval covers68
    • Letters, more letters [to the editor]69
    • Dauphin, Westen: Errors and varieties of Haitian stamps70–72
    • First recorded proclamation of Toussaint [August 19. 1793]72
    • Czyl, Jim: Cinderellas73
    • Sellers, F. Burton: [corrections to Zinsmeister’s “Malaria issues of the United Nations” from HP 9(2)]74
    • Proposed amendments to the by-laws of the Haiti Philatelic Society75
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report76
  36. December 1983, Vol. 9(4)
    • Van Altena, Adele: Message from President Adele Van Altena78
    • Van Dyke, Polly: An amateur’s view of computers79–80
    • Dean, L. Wallace: SEPAD 1983 – another grand award for an exhibit of Haiti80
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The Haitian post from independence to 1860 [part 1 of 2]81–86
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Ecclesiastical use of the “Service Officiel” franking privileges in Haiti87–91
    • Haitian perfin92
    • Centenary of Haiti’s joining the UPU [Scott #770B-770I]92
    • Haiti remembers a naval hero [Scott #349-#354 (destruction of the Crête-à-Pierrot)]. Repr. from The Stamp Review, vol. 23, no. 10, Nov. 194393
    • Van Dyke, Polly: The editor’s corner94
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Naval cover notes95–96
    • Flea market96
    • Lamiell, J.E.: Report of the Marine Service (1917) [report of the U.S. post office inspector J.E. Lamiell on the postal service of Haiti]97–98
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Surcharged issue of 1981-82 [Scott #738-741, #C511-C512]98
    • Boesman, Nini: Boesman’s balloon flight over Haiti [1968; Scott #C317-C318]. Repr. from Airpost Journal, June 1983, pp. 329-33099–101
    • Changes is the 1984 Scott catalog for Haiti102
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report102
  37. March 1984, Vol. 10(1)
    • Van Altena, Adele: Message from the president2
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The Haitian post from independence to 1860 – part II [of 2]3–8
    • Reference lists [of articles of interest to collectors of Haitian philately, part 1 of 3]9–13
    • Tidbits13
    • Hennan, Clarence W.: The treaty of frontiers 1929 [Scott #321; from Dr. Hennan’s unpublished papers, edited by Polly Van Dyke]14–15
    • Dauphin, Westen: World cup of football 1982 [Scott #771-780 (issued 1983)]16
    • Dauphin, Westen: Things to come [Scott #789-794 (World Communication Year 1983, issued 1984); #810-817 (200th birthday of Simón Bolívar in 1983, issued 1985)]17
    • A new Director of Posts installed17
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A 142 – the Dessalines type [article repeated in HP 10(2)]18
    • Naval covers (liisted as of March 1984)19–23
    • Nyrba line (New York, Rio, Buenos Aires)23
    • Flea market24
    • Question box24
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haitian Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1983 [treasurer’s report]25
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report26
  38. June 1984, Vol. 10(2)
    • HPS at Dallas28
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti’s perfin29–30
    • Reference lists, part 2 [of 3; articles of interest to collectors of Haitian philately]31–34
    • Dauphin, Westen: 10th anniversary of “Jean Claudisime” (Scott #742 -747)35
    • Dauphin, Westen: Centenary of first stamps of Haiti [Scott #781-788]35
    • Hennan, Clarence W.: The Boyd Lyon air mail stamp – the first non stop flight from New York to Haiti and return [Scott #C4A; from Dr. Hennan’s unpublished papers, edited by Polly Van Dyke]36–38
    • Kudos to member Piet Steen38
    • British post office notice – 188138
    • Law regulating the execution of the Universal Postal Convention [1881]39–40
    • Hennan, Clarence W.: Series of 1910 [Scott #162-165; from Dr. Hennan’s unpublished papers, edited by Polly Van Dyke]41
    • Questions & answers42
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: World cup football 1982 [Scott #771-780 (issued 1983)]43
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A 142 – the Dessalines type [same article as in HP 10(1)]44
    • Dean, L. Wallace: A strong market for Haiti – report of David Feldman auction Geneva, March 19:20, 198445–48
    • [Entire letter quoted in the The Sheffield Iris of May 15, 1821]49
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report50
  39. September 1984, Vol. 10(3)
    • Hennan, Clarence W.: The 1 centime and 2 centimes surcharges of 1906 [Scott #108-109; from Dr. Hennan’s unpublished papers, edited by Polly Van Dyke]52
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The Postal Union rates of Haiti [part 1 of 2]53–55
    • Dauphin, Westen: New issues [Scott #789-794 (World Communication Year 1983, issued 1984)]55
    • Reference lists, part 3 [of 3; articles of interest to collectors of Haitian philately]56–58
    • Sellers, F. Burton: More about pricing covers59–64
    • Naval covers [update to list published in HP March 1984, pp. 19-24]65–67
    • Roberts, Eric: [Eric Roberts needs help with “a ratty cover”]67
    • [Two first day covers with cachet]68
    • Ricksecker, Charles: Brasiliana-8369
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Official covers [penalty covers]70–72
    • British post office notice – 188473
    • Herst, Pat: Old friends meet through HP73
    • The USS Washington and the USS Seattle73–74
    • More about town cancels [post offices and agencies listed in Nomenclature internationale des bureaux de poste. Union Postale Universelle, Bern, 1968]75
    • British post office notice to all postmasters, General Post Office. 9th October, 182676
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report76
  40. December 1984, Vol. 10(4)
    • Van Altena, Adele: Message from President Adele Van Altena78
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Postal rates of Haiti, part II, changes in 1906 [part 2 of 2]79
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: 1923 essays80–84
    • Gagneron, Reginald: Philasoft computer program84
    • Welch, L.E.: Haiti – scouts on stamps85–96
    • Tyx, Mark R.: Haitian international airmail covers97–99
    • Kernochan, Lansing: G.O.20 tax stamp99
    • Van Dyke, Polly: Haiti’s Christmas stamp [1954; Scott #C91-C92]100
    • Election information & dues notice101
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report102
    • Ballot – vote for 1985 officers102
  41. March 1985, Vol. 11(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Message from the president2
    • Van Dyke Woodside, Polly: Better late than never! [editor’s message]3
    • Hennan, Clarence W.: 1904 Nord Alexis issue [Scott #96-107; unpublished notes, edited by Polly Van Dyke Woodside]4–7
    • APS election notes7
    • Stamp theft committee7
    • Fosberry, John: The centenary of independence8
    • Fosberry, John: The Atlas line8
    • Gardère, Yves: Exposition philatélique [Haitian Museum of Art, December 5-8, 1984]9–14
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haitian Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1984 [treasurer’s report]15
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Secretary’s report16
    • Membership list, 1985 for members only16A
  42. June 1985, Vol. 11(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Some observations [editorial]18
    • Membership update19
    • The Haitian beat19
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Lindy and the 1928 “Cafe” stamp [Scott #320, #337]20–26
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haitian town cancels, an update27–29
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story [“La Gonave” town cancel; see also HP 11(3)]30
  43. September 1985, Vol. 11(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Some observations [editorial]32–33
    • Membership update33
    • The Haitian beat33
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The varieties of the United Nations 15th anniversary [Scott #469, #C168-C169a]34–35
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Follow-up... [to “A cover story” from HP 11(2) about “La Gonave” town cancel]35–36
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Port-au-Prince cancellations37–49
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story [Limbé cancelling device]50
  44. December 1985, Vol. 11(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The editor’s corner52–53
    • The Haitian beat53–54
    • Membership54
    • In memoriam Earl P. L. Apfelbaum55
    • New issues [Scott #810-817 (200th birthday of Simón Bolívar in 1983, issued 1985)]56–57
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The second palm tree issue, 1893-95 or 1892-95 (?) [Scott #32-37]58–59
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The Dumas issue of 1936 [Scott #335-336, #C10]60–68
    • A follow-up [to Sellers (1984): “Haiti’s perfin”, HP 10(2)]68–69
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story: U.S. Army post office in Haiti70
  45. March 1986, Vol. 12(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner2
    • Membership3
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An invitation from the president [AMERIPEX 1986]3–4
    • The Haitian beat4–5
    • Lloyd, Carroll: The official post office seal of Haiti6–9
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Postal stationery essays for Haiti10–13
    • Chase, Harry: History of the National Railway Company of Haiti [part 1 of 3; unpublished 1953 manuscript]14–16
    • Jakowska, Sophie: Philately and environmental education on Haiti’s 1969 bird stamp issue [part 1 of 2; Scott #611-615, #C326-329]17–20
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haitian Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1985 [treasurer’s report]21
    • A cover story [National Railway Co. of Haiti cover]22
  46. June 1986, Vol. 12(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Christie’s auction of the Clifford W. Shafer collection24–28
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The Ottmar Zieher “stamp” cards29–32
    • Jakowska, Sophie: Philately and environmental education on Haiti’s 1969 bird stamp issue [part 2 of 2; Scott #611-615, #C326-329]33–34
    • Chase, Harry: History of the National Railway Company of Haiti [part 2 of 3; unpublished 1953 manuscript]35–37
    • Boarino, Gerald L.; Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An updating of USN cancels in Haiti with additions and modifications38–45
    • A cover story [1934 U.S.S. Woodcock cover]46
  47. September 1986, Vol. 12(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner48–49
    • Membership...49
    • The HPS at AMERIPEX ’8649–50
    • Roberts, Eric: Auction revitalized [annual HPS mail auction]51–52
    • Recent issues... [Scott #818-823 (500th anniversary of the arrival of Europeans to the New World); Scott #825-829 (provisionals); Scott #830-836 (International Youth Year)]53–54
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Certain facets of Haiti’s early postal system55–58
    • Chase, Harry: History of the National Railway Company of Haiti [part 3 of 3; unpublished 1953 manuscript]59–61
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Some additional revenues and revenue categories of Haiti62–67
    • A cover story [“POSTE PAYÉ” handstamp]68
  48. December 1986, Vol. 12(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner70
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Some notes on the postal system of the USMC during its occupation of Haiti71–74
    • Boarino, Gerald L.; Bahry, Ted; Sellers, F. Burton: An annotated compilation of the USMC postmark types used in Haiti74–85
    • A cover story [Haiti stationery postcard with US stamp]86
  49. March 1987, Vol. 13(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner2–3
    • Membership3
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Multiples of the Liberty head issues of Haiti [Scott #1-20]4–5
    • Auction news6
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Interned enemy alien mail: further findings7–10
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: F.D.R. and the Haiti connection [Scott #C33-C34]11–16
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haitian Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1986 [treasurer’s report]17
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story [1902 cover with philatelic stamp selection]18
  50. June 1987, Vol. 13(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner20
    • Turner, Mort D.: Haiti at the F.D.R. auction of 194620–21
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A sweepstakes lottery in Haiti, also being a somewhat personal history22–24
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable [Scott #448-450, #C145-C147 (3rd Pan American Games, Chicago, 1959)]25
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Hayti or Haiti?26–29
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A partial census of Haitian town cancels in use 198630–32
    • Sellers, F. Burton: New variety or fake [Scott #C183a (Scott #C93 with “Dr. F. Duvalier ... 1961” overprint)]33
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story [1889 domestic triple rate cover]34
  51. September 1987, Vol. 13(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner36–37
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s second Coat-of-Arms issue, 1892-1895 [Scott #32-37; for errata, see issue 14(1), pp. 70-71]37–42
    • A new issue... [Scott #837-843 (40th anniversary of the founding of UNESCO)]43
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A double impression of the 1887 issue [Scott #24a (5c Salomon stamp)]44–45
    • Lloyd, Carroll: The auction of the “Hispanionla” collection of Haiti45–47
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story [newspaper wrapper sent registered]48
  52. December 1987, Vol. 13(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner50
    • Membership...50
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Literature review [of Peter C. Jeannopulos (1987): A study of Haiti’s 20 centimes lithographed stamp of 1895 and plating guide.]51
    • Auction news51–52
    • Farnstrom, Nils: Genuine and false (issues) from Haiti [translated by Eric Roberts]. Repr. from Postryttaren. (the Swedish postmuseum yearbook) 196852–56
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti revenue stamps on postal covers. Repr. from The American Revenuer, Mar. 198757–66
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Stamps and the new constitution [prohibiting the use of images or names of living people on Haiti’s money or stamps]67
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story [postage due on US cover to Haiti]68
  53. March 1988, Vol. 14(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia70–71
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Cancels of Cayes72–77
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A second Fournier Liberty head forgery: opinion, fact or fiction? [for errata, see issue 14(2), p. 84]77–78
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The maiden voyage of the “S.S. America”79–80
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haiti Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1987 [treasurer’s report]81
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story [erroneously repeats the text from HP 13(4)]82
    • FIXME: According to the editorial of the next issue, a replacement for page 82 with the correct cover story was shipped with HP 14(2), but it isn't in either of the PDFs.
  54. June 1988, Vol. 14(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia [“an addendum...” to article series “history of the National Railway Company of Haiti” in HP 12(1-3)]84–86
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The 1986 Haitian passport and passport stamps87–90
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Further updating of USN covers with cancels in Haiti91–92
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Varieties of the 1892-1895 issue [Scott #32-37]93–97
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story [three wrappers with special rate for sample of merchandise]98
  55. September 1988, Vol. 14(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia [Scott #B20 color error (basic stamp Scott #469 printed in blue instead of green)]100–103
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti revenue stamps on postal covers: epilogue104–108
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A spectacular new find? [1906 “gold” issue with faked 1902 provisional government overprint]109–111
    • Wilson, Michael: A cover story: air mail via Haiti111–112
  56. December 1988, Vol. 14(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia114–115
    • New issue... [Scott #844-848 (Charlemagne Péralte)]115–116
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A philatelic mystery [Haiti no. 1 with Cap Haïtien provisional marking]116–118
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: H.P.S. mail auction 1988 report119–120
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story [1946 cover sent from Roche-à-Bateau]121–122
  57. March 1989, Vol. 15(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia [Audubon scandal as per Elizabeth Abbot (1988): Haiti / The Duvaliers and their legacy. Mc Graw-Hill, New York City – 1942-44 tuberculosis seals]2–6
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The Boyd–Lyon round-trip to Haiti [part 1 of 2; Scott #C4A]. Repr. from Airpost Journal, July 1987, p. 3227–13
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haiti Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1988 [treasurer’s report]14
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story [1930 cover from prisoner to “Provisional President” Roy]15–16
  58. June 1989, Vol. 15(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia18
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The Boyd–Lyon round-trip to Haiti (part II) [of 2; Scott #C4A; see also HP 15(3) for “Boyd–Lyon epilog”]. Repr. from Airpost Journal, Aug. 1987, p. 38319–23
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Cap Haïtien cancels24–28
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story [1902 cover with “disinfected” marking]29–30
  59. September 1989, Vol. 15(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia32–34
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Haitian postal rate changes of 191935–38
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti potpourri [Scott #RA1-RA4; for errata, see issue 15(4), pp. 46-47]38
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Boyd–Lyon epilog [Scott #C4A]39–41
    • Wilson, Michael: A postal stationery card41–42
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A “crash”cover story [2/17/1921 plane crash about 2 miles from Lascahobas]43–44
  60. December 1989, Vol. 15(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia46–47
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Additional unadopted postal stationery essays for Haiti48–49
    • Anonymous: Forgeries of 1892 and 1896 [Scott #32-43; translated by Barbara Fraize]. Repr. from Germania-Berichte, vol. 21, no. 11, 1924, p. 18650
    • Anonymous: Haiti [CTO and forged PaP cancels on early issues; translated by Barbara Fraize]. Repr. from Illustriertes Briefmarken-Journal, vol. 40, no. 17, 6 Sept. 191351–52
    • Boarino, Gerald L.; Lloyd, Carroll: More on USMC postmark types used in Haiti53–54
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story [1949 cover with “Jusq’à” and Austrian censor department markings]55–56
  61. March 1990, Vol. 16(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia2–4
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Mekeel’s 1907 forgery5–9
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The Moens’ Liberty head forgery10–14
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haiti Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1989 [treasurer’s report]15
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story [Haitian promotional seal on cover]16
  62. June 1990, Vol. 16(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia18–20
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Auction sale of Sellers’ Liberty head collection20–21
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Westen Dauphin – 1903-1990 [obituary]19
    • Sellers, F. Burton: “Manque de timbres” [stamp shortages]22–26
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Introduction to article on “gold currency overprints” [Scott #110-124; see also “correction...” in editorial of HP 16(2)]27–28
    • Anonymous: Haiti: the gold currency overprints [Scott #110-124]28–29
    • Sellers, F. Burton: An introduction to the “forgeries of 1902 overprints”30
    • Farnstrom, Nils: “Forgeries of the 1902 overprint” [untitled excerpt from Farnstrom’s HAITI / 1881-1906. Sveriges Filatelist-Forbund, 44 pp.; translated by S.C. Swanberg]31–33
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story [1942 advertising cover]34
  63. September 1990, Vol. 16(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia36–38
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti’s smallest first day cover? [Scott #C33 Roosevelt memorial issue]38–39
    • Lloyd, Carroll: An essay of the Salomon issue of 1887 [Scott #23; see also “acknowledgement...” in editorial of HP 16(4)]39
    • Hardies, John: Postal censorship in Haiti during the First World War: the context and guidelines for identification40–44
    • Burwell, Bruce B.: Haitian postal censorship during World War II: 1990 update45–51
    • Recent bibliography of F. Burton Sellers52
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Cover story: unrecorded WWII censor labels of Haiti53–54
  64. December 1990, Vol. 16(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia [acknowledgement concerning “an essay of the Salomon issue of 1887” in HP 16(3) – corrections to Seller’s introduction to “gold currency overprints” in HP 16(2) – 1990 postal rates for Haiti]56–58
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s Columbus commemorative cancel. Repr. from Journal of the Christopher Columbus Society, vol. 8, no. 1, 12 Jan. 199059–61
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Additional comments about the Moens’ forgery62–64
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Diplomatic pouch mail from Haiti65–69
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story [1825 cover from Port Platt, Spanish portion of the Rebuplic of Haiti]69–70
  65. March 1991, Vol. 17(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia2–3
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Forgeries of Haiti 1881: Baguet’s ‘Liberty head’ forgery. Repr. from Cinderella Philatelist, vol. 30, Apr. 1990, pp. 29-324–8
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti postal operations “acknowledgement of reception” [AR registration, “avis de réception” cards]9–15
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haiti Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1990 [treasurer’s report]16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A cover story: unrecorded “provisional” censor cover [1941]17–18
  66. June 1991, Vol. 17(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia20–21
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A message from the HPS president20–21
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti: differentiating forgeries of the 1902 provisional issue [see also “comments on forgeries of the 1902 provisional issue” in HP 18(2); errata listed in HP 17(3), p. 40, have been corrected in the PDF]22–36
    • Unreported Pétion-Ville postmarks37
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story [1918 postally used Ottmar Zieher “stamp” card]37–38
  67. September 1991, Vol. 17(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia40
    • Haiti: an unadopted essay [Scott #349-#354 (destruction of the Crête-à-Pierrot)]. Repr. from The Mainsheet, Apr. 1991, p. 3041
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Essays: the good and the bad [1930’s artists’ sketches]42–43
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Some puzzling aspects of the 1939 “maiden vogage” covers of Panama line ships44–48
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story [1945 A.P.O. 2494 covers]49–50
  68. December 1991, Vol. 17(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia52–53
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More U.S. Navy covers cancelled in Haiti53–55, 61
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti, a new issue [Scott #849-853 (200th anniversary of the slave rebellion)]55
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Additional revenue stamps on cover56–57
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A Port-de-Paix first flight cover58–61
    • President T.A. Simon Sam on early picture postcards62
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haitian paquebot mail. Repr. from Seaposter, Mar./Apr. 199163–65
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: a perplexing bit of postal stationery [reply part of British postal card sent from Port-au-Prince]65–66
  69. March 1992, Vol. 18(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia2–5
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haiti Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1991 [treasurer’s report]6
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Philatelic aspects of the embargo [imposed on October 2, 1991]7–8
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The 200th anniversary of Bois Caiman [Scott #580-583, #C289-C295; Scott #849-853]9–12
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s second and third palm tree issue: similar but different [Scott #32-43]13–16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Revenue stamps and fiscal paper [parts 1 and 2 of 3; for errata, see issue 18(2), p. 37]17–34
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: In memoriam [Earl Welch]34
  70. June 1992, Vol. 18(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia36–38
    • Lloyd, Carroll: The missing ten centimes denomination [Scott #1-6 (Liberty head issue)]38–41
    • [postmark commemorating the bicentenary of the voodoo ceremony of Bois Caïman]41
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Revenue stamps and fiscal paper, part III – papier timbre (stamped paper) [part 3 of 3]42–47
    • Wilson, Michael: United Nations Relief: obligatory tax stamps 1944-1945 [Scott #RA1-RA8; see also “addendum” in editor’s corner of HP 18(3)]48
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Comments on forgeries of the 1902 provisional issue [corrections and additions to “Haiti: differentiating forgeries of the 1902 provisional issue” in HP 17(2)]49–53
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An introduction to the Kohl handbook translation54–55
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The Kohl handbook: Haiti’s revolutionary issue of 1902 [Scott #67-81; translated by John Strauss]56–61
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Port-de-Paix cancels62–66
    • 1991 postal rates67–68
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Granada 92 [International Stamp Exhibition]69
    • Wedd, Monty: The pirate stamps of Haiti [Scott #475-479, #C180-C182; cartoon]70
  71. September 1992, Vol. 18(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia [Nord Alexis essay – completion of Wilson’s “United Nations Relief: obligatory tax stamps 1944-1945” from HP 18(2)]72–75
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: In memoriam [Henryk Misiak]75–76
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Major perforation varieties of the Nord Alexis issue [Scott #96-101 and all overprints]76–86
    • Brunel, Georges: The question of Haiti [Nord Alexis issue; translated by Peter C. Jeannopoulos]. Repr. from Le Timbre-Poste, no. 4, 25 Apr. 190786–87
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An introduction to the 1904 Nord Alexis issue [Scott #96-107 (Nord Alexis issue 1904)]87–89
    • Anonymous: Forgeries & reprints: Haiti 1904 [Scott #96-107 (Nord Alexis issue); translated by John Strauss]. Repr. from Vertrauliches Korrespondenz-Blatt, vol. 17, 1907, pp. 166-16889–92
    • Tyler, Varro E.: Focus on forgeries columns #52, #53, #54 [Scott #96-107 (Nord Alexis issue 1904)]. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News, 198993–95
    • Haas, Th.: Some dangerous reprints and forgeries of Hayti [Scott #96-107 (Nord Alexis issue 1904)]. Repr. from Stamp Collectors’ Fortnightly, vol. 13, no. 323, 27 July 1907, p. 8996–97
    • Hayti [Scott #96-107 (Nord Alexis issue 1904)]. Repr. from American Journal of Philately, vol. 16, 15 July 1904, p. 27398
    • International reply coupons99
    • Wedd, Monty: Haiti honours the famous Dumas family [Scott #472-474, #C177-C179; cartoon]100
  72. December 1992, Vol. 18(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A re-examination of the Nord Alexis issue [Scott #96-107 (issue of 1904)]101–159
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story [1915 cover with imperforate Nord Alexis stamps]160
  73. March 1993, Vol. 19(1)
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Haiti’s later airmail history2–9
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A flock of 75 different Audubon stamps [for errata, see issue 19(3), p. 48]9–22
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A cancel update [Haitian postmarks: error corrections and new finds]23–29
    • Bishop, Dwight: Haiti Philatelic Society income statement for year ending Dec. 31. 1992 [treasurer’s report]29
    • Wedd, Monty: Sylvio Cator: Haiti’s famous athlete [Scott #421-423, #C115-C118; cartoon]30
  74. June 1993, Vol. 19(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia32–36
    • Madagascar U.P.U. specimens...34
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Port-au-Prince creates yeat another postal substation [Cité Soleil]35
    • Ferguson, Malcolm M.: Three generations of Dumas [Scott #474]. Repr. from Global Stamp News, May 199237–39
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Cachets / questions... [“semaine du courrier aerien” and “exposition bicentenaire de P-au-P”]39
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Three puzzling contemporary paquebot marks from Haiti [for errata, see issue 19(3), p. 48]40–45
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story: U.S. censorship markings in Haiti during World War I46
  75. September 1993, Vol. 19(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Varia48–49
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti’s first postage due stamps and their usage [Scott #J1-J4; see also “a postage due postscript” in HP 20(2)]50–64
    • Dean, L. Wallace: A cover story [1914 cover with “USS Connecticut Port Prince Haiti” cancel]65–66
  76. December 1993, Vol. 19(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An updated list of U.S. Navy cancels in Haiti67, 70–74
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia68–69
    • Haiti’s latest issue of stamps [Scott #854-858 (500th anniversary of the discovery of America 1492), issued in 1993]69
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An unreported Haitian postal tax stamp [Scott #RA46 ( “hydroelectric dam” issue); see also “a clarification”, HP 19(4), p. 27]69
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An unreported USMC postmark for Cap-Haïtien75
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti related ephemera [poster stamp showing the Citadel]75
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An Audubon addendum76
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The Haitian flag: politics and philately [Scott #C403-C406]77
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story [Dutch K.W.I.M. paquebot cancels]78
  77. March 1994, Vol. 20(1)
    • 150 years of postal history of the former French colonies (1700-1860) [translated by André Navari; see also Wallace Dean’s “Saint Domingue postscript”, HP 20(3)]. Repr. from the chapter concerning Saint Domingue from the book 150 Ans d’histoire postale des anciennes colonies françaises (1700-1860)., published 1980 by Mme. Maurice Jamet1–24
  78. June 1994, Vol. 20(2)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti’s double reply postal cards25, 30–32
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia27–28
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: [Review of Carroll Lloyd (1993): The formula cards of Haiti. 59th American Philatelic Congress. pp. 83-99]29
    • Bishop, Dwight: Treasurer’s 1993 financial report for the HPS29
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Additional U.S. Navy covers32
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A postage due postscript [to “Haiti’s first postage due stamps and their usage” in HP 19(3)]33
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Two unreported Haitian censorship handstamps34
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Auction potpourri [Robert Siegel, November 1993; Cherrystone, February 1994]35
    • Sellinger, Martin: Foreign error corner [Scott #417 (World Fair at Brussels issue) with “+50c” Red Cross surcharge]. Repr. from Mekeel’s Weekly Stamp News, 17 Sept. 199335
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: modern postage dues on cover36
  79. September 1994, Vol. 20(3)
    • Sellinger, Martin: Clairvoyance circa 1960 [Scott #469 (15th anniversary of the United Nations) with inverted center]37
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Saint Domingue postscript [to Maurice Jamet’s work presented in March 1994 issue]37, 44–47
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner and varia39–42
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Auction potpourri [Christie's, May 1994; Cherrystone, June 1994; Alevizos mail sale, June 1994]42
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: [Review of Robert G. Stone (1993): A Caribbean Neptune: the maritime postal communications of the Greater and Lesser Antilles in the 19th Century. Philatelic Foundation, New York, 396 pp.]43
    • Stamp design error [Scott #317]43
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Marginalia: the United States Coast Guard and Navy and Haiti-related philatelic covers48–51
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story: foreign airmail route 652
  80. December 1994, Vol. 20(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More on Haiti’s modern airlines53, 62–63
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia55
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: FDR: a more personal side of this Haiti collector [Robert A. Siegel Auction, May 28, 1994]59–60
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Auction notes60
    • Stiss, Seymour B.: Additional U.S. Navy covers for Haiti60
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A new first day of issue date for Haiti C4A61
    • Levine, Barbara A.: [Review of Ian McQueen (1993): Jusqu’à airmail markings (A Study). W.A. Page, Dartford, England]61
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: [Review of Martin Sellinger: Sellinger’s inverted center stamps of the world, catalog 1994-1995. published by the author, White Plains, NY, USA]62
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti’s second airmail issue [Scott #C5-C9]64
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story: Haitian paid reply postal cards68
  81. March 1995, Vol. 21(1)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Forwarding agents in Haiti1, 8–11
    • Bishop, Dwight: Financial statement January 1, 1994 through December 31, 19943
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Message from the H.P.S. president, F. Burton Sellers4
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia4–6
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Review [Jean-Louis Harry-Germain (1981): Rétrospection sur la poste haïtienne. La Phalange, Port-au-Prince, Haiti]7
    • Auction potpourri [Alevizos mail auction, November 1994; Brian Moorhouse, December 1994]7–8
    • Lloyd, Carroll: The “Hindenburg” cover12–13
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Expertos Stampman, a philatelic chiaroscuro13
    • Sellers, F. Burton: An unusual mourning cover14–15
    • Additional membership names [joining October to December 1994]15
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: an aerophilatelic marvel? [see also “follow-up” in HP 21(2), p. 20]16
  82. June 1995, Vol. 21(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An overview of the US’ Haiti Joint Task Force (JTF), its postal operations and postmarks – part I: introduction and the US Navy [part 1 of 3]17, 26–29
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Message from the H.P.S. president, F. Burton Sellers19
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia19–20
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics & philately: Soulouque and the lure of empire (1847-1859)21–22
    • Auction potpourri [Alevizos public auction, March 1995]22
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Jamet St. Domingue material auctioned [J. Robineau (Paris) March 1995]22
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti’s Philatelic Agency23
    • Profile: Mrs. Judith White (HPS #149)24
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Review [Haïti 1919-1920 / Le livre bleu d’Haïti (blue book of Haiti). Klebold Press, New York City]25
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The British crown-circle cancellations of Haiti29–31
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story: early Haitian revenues on documents31–32
  83. September 1995, Vol. 21(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An overview of the US’ Haiti Joint Task Force (JTF), its postal operations and postmarks – part II: the US Air Force’s 609th and the US Army’ AG postal companies [part 2 of 3]33, 40–42
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Message from the H.P.S. president, F. Burton Sellers35
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia35–36
    • Auction potpourri [Lowell S. Newman, February 1995; Connexus mail auction, March 1995; Regency, April 1995; Christie’s, May 1995; Lugdunum Philatélie, June 1995;]36–37
    • Review [Philip Cockrill: KNSM / The Royal Netherlands Steamship Company (1856-1981). Booklet #26, Bracknell, Enland; for errata, see issue 22(2), p. 19]37–38
    • Profiling Mrs. Barbara Levine (HPS #176)38
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics & philately: Nicolas Fabré Geffrard, President-for-Life (1859-1876)39
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Tracking APO 249443–44
    • Sellers, F. Burton: We’re only the third! [forerunners of the Haiti Philatelic Society]45–47
    • Dean, L. Wallace: A cover story: an 1878 Haitian cover transited via Navassa Island48
  84. December 1995, Vol. 21(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An overview of the US’ Haiti Joint Task Force (JTF), its postal operations and postmarks – part III (conclusion): the 351st and the 300th AG Company Postal of the United States Army Reserve [part 3 of 3]49, 57–58
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Message from the H.P.S. president, F. Burton Sellers51
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia51–52
    • Auction potpourri [Alevizos mail sale, July 1995; Regency, August 1995; Stanley Gibbons (Australia) August 1995; Alevizos public auction, October 1995; Lugdunum Philatélie, October 1995; Cherrystone, October 1995]52–54
    • Prices realized / HPS mail auction of June 199554
    • Haiti’s latest issue of stamps commemorates meeting of the Organization of American States [Scott #859-865; for errata, see issue 22(1), p. 4]54
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Review [Hans Schmidt (1995): The United States occupation of Haiti, 1915-1934. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, New Jersey]55–56
    • Profiling Jean Claude Bruffaerts, HPS #23256
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics and philately – the trying tenure of Sylvain Salnave (1867-1869)59
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Philatelic addendum – a letter of the last days of Salnave59–60
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Even more on Haiti’s modern airlines60–64
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story: a 1921 postage due cover63–64
  85. March 1996, Vol. 22(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An overview of the United Nations mission in Haiti’s (UNMIH) postal operations – part I [of 2]1, 9–12
    • Bishop, Dwight: Financial statement January 1, 1995 through December 31, 19953
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Message from the H.P.S. president, F. Burton Sellers4
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia4–5
    • Auction potpourri [Christie's (London) December 1995; Lugdunum Philatélie, December 1995; Yorkshire Cover Auctions (Leeds, England) December 1995; Alevizos (Santa Monica, CA) December 1995; Alco Collectibles mail auction, January 1996]5–6
    • Prices realized for HPS auction of December 19956
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics & philately: the “peaceful” presidency of Nissage Saget (1870-1874)7
    • Profiling O. Carlos Stoetzer (HPS #278)7
    • U.S. Navy cover watch for Haiti8
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti commemorates the United Nations’ 50th anniversary with a new issue [Scott #866-872]8
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The inconsistencies of Scott catalog pricing – Haiti B1 & CB1-2 as examples12–13
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti: censored mail in World War II13–14
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Two unreported USMC postmarks for Haiti15
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story: external rate on 1953 newspaper sent to the United States16
  86. June 1996, Vol. 22(2)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An overview of the United Nations mission in Haiti’s (UNMIH) postal operations – part II, Canada and the United States [part 2 of 2; for errata, see issue 22(3), p. 35]17, 23–25
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Message from the H.P.S. president, F. Burton Sellers19
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia19–20
    • Auction potpourri [Harmers (London) February 1996; Jacques Robineau (Paris) March 1996; Lugdunum Philatélie, March 1996; Regency, March 1996; Alco Collectibles mail auction, April 1996; Cherrystone, April 1996; ELS Auctions (Santa Cruz) April 1996; Jamet Baudot (Paris) April 1996; Bernard Brunet (Bourg St. Maurice, France) April 1996; Stanley Gibbons (London) May 1996; Heinrich Köhler (Wiesbaden, Germany) May 1996]20–21
    • Profiling Yves Gardère (HPS #41)21
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics & philately: Michel Domingue (1874-1876)22
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A philatelic addendum: a cover during the Domingue regime22
    • Sellers, F. Burton: New discoveries and dates of issue of the Dessalines stamps of 1954-1957 [Scott #406-409a, #C93-C94 (Dessalines issue of 1955-1956); #C95-C96 (150th anniversary of Haitian independence)]25–26
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Unlisted stamps with the 1914 G.L. O.Z. overprint and stamps with counterfeit G.L. O.Z. overprints [Scott #169-201, #J14-J20]27–31
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story: a rarity of the “stolen issue”31–32
  87. September 1996, Vol. 22(3)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The post between Haiti and the United States prior to 1881 [part 1 of 2]33, 45–47
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Message from the H.P.S. president, F. Burton Sellers35
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia35–36
    • Auction potpourri [Cavendish (London) June 1996; Chevalier (Paris); Wolf (Paris) May 1996; Lugdunum Philatélie, June 1996; Downeast Stamps (Bangor, ME) June 1996; Sinais (Paris) June 1996; Cherrystone (New York City) June 1996; George Alevizos public auctions nos. 93 and 94, July 1996; Alco Collectibles (Jacksonville)]36–37
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Two prepaid postage postmarks37
    • The H.P.S. nominating committee38
    • Profiling Dr. Mike Chemaly (H.P.S. #191)38
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: President Boisrond Canal (1876-1879)39
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A philatelic addendum: the Canal essay39
    • U.S. Navy cover watch for Haiti40
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A “dog’s” possibly unique history [penalty cover]40–41
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The G.L. O.Z. overprint revisted [Scott #169-201, #276-#308, #J14-J20; type 1 and type 2 overprints]41–44
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: the use of regular postage stamps to pay postage due48
  88. December 1996, Vol. 22(4)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The post between Haiti and the United States prior to 1881, part II [of 2]49, 53–55
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Message from the H.P.S. president, F. Burton Sellers51
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia51
    • Auction potpourri [Interstamps (Bournemouth, UK) July 1996; Harmers (London) July 1996; Yorkshire Cover Auctions, August 1996]51–52
    • Prices realized / HPS mail auction of June, 1996
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: Haiti’s first crash cover [Haiti Airways 1965]56
  89. March 1997, Vol. 23(1)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Mail between Haiti and Britain to July 1881 [part 1 of 2]1, 11–12
    • Bishop, Dwight: Financial statement January 1, 1996 through December 31, 19963
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III4
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia4–5
    • Auction potpourri [Sinais (Paris) October 1996; Cherrystone (New York City) November 1996; George Alevizos mail sale, November 1996; Jamet-Baudot (Paris) November 1996; Yorkshire Cover Auctions, January 1997; Newman & Co. (Weehauken, NJ) January 1997; Harmers (London) January 1997; Köhler (Wiesbaden, Germany) February 1997; Cherrystone, February 1997; Matthew Bennett Inc. (Baltimore) February 1997; Soler y Llach (Barcelona) February 1997]6–7
    • Navari, André: Is this a Haitian postman’s badge?7
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Stamps: provisionals & new issues [Scott #873-876 (1996 provisionals); #877-878 (1996 Summer Olympics); #879-880 (centenary of volleyball 1996)]8
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More on prepaid postage usage9
    • Profiling André Navari (H.P.S. #218)9
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics & philately: the productive presidency of Lysius Salomon (1879-1888) [part 1 of 2]10
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Mail “Via New York” that wasn’t. Repr. from Seaposter, May/June 199513–14
    • Raymond, Gale J.: The Barbados Defense Force in Haiti14–15
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: extraordinary postal doings on 3 January 1920 [paper strips as substitutes for stamps]16
  90. June 1997, Vol. 23(2)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Mail between Haiti and Britain to July 1881 – part II: rates [part 2 of 2; for errata, see issue 23(3), p. 36]17, 29–31
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III19
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia19–20
    • Auction potpourri [Roumet (Paris) May 1997; Lugdunum Philatélie, February 1997; Interstamps (Bournemouth, England) February 1997; JLM Négoce (Villeurbanne) February 1997; Sinais (Paris) March 1997; Regency Stamps, LTD. (St. Louis, Missouri) March 1997; Siegel Auction Galleries (New York City) March 1997 and May 1997: Schwarzenbach (Zurich) March 1997; Cherrystone (New York City) April 1997; Alco Collectibles, Inc., April 1997)]21
    • Prices realized for the HPS mail auction of December, 199622
    • Prices realized for the HPS mail auction of March, 199722
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: New issues for 1996/1997 [Scott #884-889 (Christmas 1996); #890-895 (50th anniversary (in 1996) of UNICEF 1997); also mentioning the announcement of several issues that didn't happen plus an issue commemorating “the 125th anniversary (sic!) of the publication of the brothers Grimm first fairy tale” (in 1812); see also “Haiti’s stamp program” in HP 25(2), p. 21]23–24
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Three late 1995 provisionals [Scott #881-883 (November 1996 provisionals !!!)]24
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More on APO 0937124–25
    • Profiling Dr. Gale J. Raymond (H.P.S. #389)25
    • Mouritsen, Henrik: A Danish West Indies–Haiti connection [for errata, see issue 23(3), p. 36]26
    • Moorhouse, Brian: Haiti: the double arc datestamps of the British post office. Repr. from The Mainsheet, vol. 21, no. 84, Nov. 199627–28
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics & philately: the productive presidency of Lysius Salomon (1879-1888) [part 2 of 2]28
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: a domestic cover with an unreported Dutch paquebot cancel type32
  91. September 1997, Vol. 23(3)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Silvio Cator – Haiti’s greates athlete [Scott #421-423, #C115-C118]33, 39–43
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III35
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia33, 35–36
    • Auction potpourri [Lugdunum Philatelie (Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon, France) March 1997; Monaco Collections (Monaco) April 1997; Cherrystone (New York City) June 1997; Phillips (London) June 1997; Shreve’s Philatelic Galleries (Dallas, Texas) June 1997; Roumet (Paris) June 1997; Rosed Co. (Henderson, Nevada) June 1997; M.D. Piggin (Derbyshire, England) July 1997; Downeast (Bangor, Maine) July 1997; Yorkshire Cover Auctions (Leeds, England) July 1997; Abraham Siegel (New York City) July 1997]36–37
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Prices realized for the HPS net price sale June, 199738
    • Carroll Lloyd (HPS #6) – a profile38
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More on the Nord Alexis commemorative overprint [Scott #52-66 (Simon Sam issue 1898-1899) with Nord Alexis commemorative overprint]43
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics and philately: the presidencies of François D. Légitime (1888-1889) and Florvil Hyppolite (1889-1896), part I [of 2]44–45
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A philatelic addendum [“R:S:” overprint and Cap Haïtien provisional marking]45–46
    • Lloyd, Carroll: U.S. military censorship in Haiti during World War I – an unreported censor label46
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The “S.S. Winnie”47
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: a 1952 aerophilatelic treasure [“Jusq’en France” marking]48
  92. December 1997, Vol. 23(4)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The centenary issue of Haiti on cover [Scott #82-88 (centenary of independance 1903)]49, 56–58
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III51
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia51–52
    • Auction potpourri [Cherrystone (New York City) August 1997; Connexus (Tryon, North Carolina) July 1997; Kukstis Auctions (Scituate, Massachusetts) September 1997; Western Auctions Ltd. (Cardiff, Wales) September 1997; Yorkshire Cover Auctions (Leeds, England) September 1997; Regency Stamps Ltd. (St. Louis, Missouri) September 1997; Phillips (London, England) September 1997; Lugdunum Philatélie (Ste Foy lesLyon) September 1997; Heinrich Köhler (Wiesbaden, Germany) September 1997; Estudio 20 (Buenos Aires, Argentina) September 1997; Abraham Siegel (New York City) October 1997; Brian Moorhouse (Peterborough, England) September 1997; Hunters (Bollington, Cheshire, England) September 1997; J. Robineau (Paris) October 1997; Jon Berman (Trevone, Cornwall, UK) October 1997; Stamp Exporter Auctions (Knutsford, England) October 1997); Alco Collectibles Inc. (Jacksonville, Florida) November 1997]52–54
    • Thomas, Roy: Getting my mail in Haiti. Repr. from Canadian Forces Philatelic Society Bulletin, vol. 22, no. 1, 1996/9754
    • Profiling our new secretary/treasurer, Wally DelToro (HPS #219)55
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: An unadopted essay [Scott #32-43]55
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: United States Navy in Haiti cover update56
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Two letters and emperor Faustin Soulouque58–60
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Unusual on-cover usages of Haitian stamps [for errata, see issue 24(1), p. 4]60–62
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics and philately: President Florvil Hyppolite (1889-1896) [part 2 of 2]63
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A cover story: an advertising cover64
  93. March 1998, Vol. 24(1)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti honors 75th anniversary of the U.P.U. – late and with errors [Scott #385-388, #C49-C51 (issued 1950, one year late)]1, 11–13
    • Bishop, Dwight: Financial statement January 1, 1997 through December 31, 19973
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III4
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia4
    • Auction potpourri [Boule (Paris) October 1997; Cherrystone (New York City) November 1997; Connexus (Tryon, North Carolina) November 1997; Jamet Baudot (Paris) November 1997; David Feldman (Zurich) November 1997; Lugdunum Philatélie (Ste Fois les Lyon) December 1997; Boule (Monaco) November 1997; Robert A. Siegel (New York City) December 1997; Ceres (Paris) December 1997; Paradise Valley Stamp (Scottsdale, Arizona) January 1998]5–6
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Prices realized for the HPS mail auction of December, 19976
    • Rodríguez, José: Haiti: a catalog of picture postcards, 1897-1997 [review of Peter C. Jeannopoulos’ book]. Repr. from Postcard Collector, Nov. 19976–7
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics and philately: Simon Sam (1896-1902)7
    • Navari, André: Postal routing map for Saint Domingue8–10
    • Spotlighting the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III11
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The Cap Haïtien provisional marking of 1889 [part 1 of 2]. Repr. from 58th American Philatelic Congress, October 10, 1992. COLOPEX 92, Columbus, Ohio14–15
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story: a Dumas-related folded letter of 180316
  94. June 1998, Vol. 24(2)
    • Dean, L. Wallace: The Cap Haïtien provisional marking of 1889 [part 2 of 2]. Repr. from 58th American Philatelic Congress, October 10, 1992. COLOPEX 92, Columbus, Ohio17, 23–28
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III19
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia19
    • Auction potpourri [Daniel F. Kelleher (Boston, Massachusetts) February 1998; Matthew Bennet Inc. (Baltimore, Maryland) February 1998; Regency (St. Louis, Missouri) March 1998; Yorkshire Cover Auctions (Leeds, England) March 1998 and May 1998; Soler y Llach (Barcelona, Spain) March 1998; Lugdunum Philatélie (Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon, France) March 1998; Cherrystone (New York City) April 1998]20
    • Haiti’s latest new issue commemorates the Grimm brothers. [Scott #896-903 (Grimm brothers 1998)]21
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Politics and philately: the presidency of Nord Alexis (1902-1908)21–22
    • Spotlighting Brian Oakes23
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The ABCs of Haiti’s postal markings (1881-1997) [part 1 of 3]29–31
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story: a Haitian diplomatic cover32
  95. September 1998, Vol. 24(3)
    • Lloyd, Carroll: The formula cards of Haiti. Repr. from 59th American Philatelic Congress, August 21, 1993. Stampshow 93, Houston, Texas33, 38–51
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III35
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia35
    • Auction potpourri [Thomas Høiland Frimærkeauktion (Copenhagen, Denmark) April 1998; Phillips (London, England) April 1998; Kukstis Auctions Inc. (Scituate, Massachusetts) May 1998; Frizzi (Marseilles, France) 1998; Roumet (Paris, France) June 1998; Schwarzenbach (Zurich, Switzerland) June 1998; Interstamps (Wimborne, England) June 1998; Postal History Auctions (London, England) June 1998; Regency Stamps Ltd. (St. Louis, Missouri) June 1998; Scottsdale Public Auction (Scottsdale, Arizona) June 1998; Sinais (Paris, France) July 1998; Pothion (Paris, France) 1998; Yorkshire Cover Auctions (Leeds, England) July 1998]36–37
    • Levine, Barbara A.: New dates for US naval cancels in Haitian waters37
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Catapult–Graf Zeppelin combination cover from Haiti51–53
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The ABCs of Haiti’s postal markings (1881-1997), part II [of 3]54–56
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A cover story: a scarce first flight cover to French Guiana56
  96. December 1998, Vol. 24(4)
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Haiti and K.L.M. airways: an interesting mystery still unsolved57, 64
    • Dean, L. Wallace: Message from the H.P.S. president, L. Wallace Dean III59
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Editor’s corner & varia59
    • Auction potpourri [Ashford Stamps Ltd. (Auckland, New Zealand) August 1998; L.D. Mayo Jr. Philatelic Auctions (Indianapolis, Indiana) September 1998; Cherrystone (New York City) September 1998; Regency (St. Louis, Missouri) September 1998; Philatmar (Miami, Florida) September 1998; George Alevizos (Santa Monica, California) September 1998; Harmer-Schau Auctions (Portland, Oregon) September 1998; Yorkshire Cover Auctions (Leeds, England) September 1998; Soler y Llach (Barcelona, Spain) October 1998; Lugdunum Philatélie (Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon, France) October 1998]60–61
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The ABCs of Haiti’s postal markings (1881-1997), part III [of 3; registered, return to sender, postage due]61–63
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: President Antoine Simon (1908-1911)63–64
  97. March 1999, Vol. 25(1)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: US paquebot cancels and the missing numbers game1, 6–7
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Membership update2
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The Society and beyond3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report4
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Auxiliary markings4
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Phillips (London) November + December 1998; Ceres (Paris) December 1998; Jamet Baudot December 1998; Boule (Monaco) December 1998; Sinais (Paris) October 1998; JLM Negoce (Villeurbanne) January 1999; Roumet (Paris) February 1999]5
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Financial statement January 20, 1998 through December 31, 19987
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Observations regarding the USS New Mexico and other US Navy ships known to have been in Haitian waters8
    • Focus on forgeries [Scott #84]. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News, 19989
    • Dean, L. Wallace: HPS mail auction 3/99 – closing date for bids 4/30/9910–13
    • Jacobson, Christine; Levine, Barbara A.: About the inauguration of the connection between Port-au-Prince and Willemstad by ALM Netherlands Antilles Airlines13
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Background on ALM14
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A non-Haitian overprint? [“Oficial” overprint on Scott #54]15
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Cincinnatus Léconte (1911-1912)16
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More about President Cincinnatus Léconte16
  98. June 1999, Vol. 25(2)
    • Levine, Barbara A.: US Navy cancels updated list17, 21–27
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Membership update18
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The Society and beyond19
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report20
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Sinais (Paris) March 1999; Club 92 (Belgium) March 1999; Harmers (London) March 1999; Kheops Ventes (Belgium) April 1999; Robineau (Paris) April 1999]20
    • HPS at Americas 99 [photo of F. Burton Seller, Ubaldo Deltoro, Carroll Lloyd and Gerald L. Boarino]21
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti’s stamp program [see also “New issues for 1996/1997” in HP 23(2), pp. 23-24]21
    • Castera, Agnes: Haiti’s latest new stamp issues [Scott #904-908 (abstract paintings 1998)]20, 28
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 15, 199929–30
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Haiti’s 20c imperf on cover – a new discovery [Scott #6 Liberty head]30–31
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: More on the five ill-fated presidents [addendum to “Anarchy continues” on p. 32]31
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Anarchy continues [Haiti 1912–1915]32
  99. September 1999, Vol. 25(3)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A possible 19th century “Service Officiel” usage33
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Membership update34
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The Society and beyond35
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report36
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A second Haiti-related poster stamp36
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Boule (Monaco) May 1999; Lahitte - Marsanoux (Lyon) June 1999; Stanley-Gibbons (London) June 1999; Sinais (Paris) June 1999]37
    • June 1999 H.P.S. auction results37
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The making of a hero and a stamp issue (“Capois La Mort”) [Scott #370-378, #C35-C42]38–41, 45–46
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction special closing November 15, 199942–44
    • Stoetzer, O. Carlos: Vilbrun Guillaume Sam and US intervention, Sudré Dartiguenave (1915 - 1922)47–48
  100. December 1999, Vol. 25(4)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Auxiliary markings – an express marking with a twist49
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Membership update50
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The Society and beyond51
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report52
    • Navari, André: “Haitiananna” – a Haitian on a Canadian stamp52
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Lugdunum Philatelie (Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon, France) October 1999; Ciph-Nazca (St-Pair-sur-Mer, France) October 1999]53
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The market [Cherrystone, Ivy & Mader, eBay]53
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Haiti revenues – a confirmation and a discovery54
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Paquebot cover – finds the wrong, but honest recipient55
    • Boarino, Gerald L.; Lloyd, Carroll; Sellers, F. Burton: Updated listing of USMC postmarks used in Haiti56–57, 60, 62
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing February 28, 200058–59
    • Jacobson, Christine; Levine, Barbara A.: First connection between Port-au-Prince – Miami and Port-au-Price – Pointe-à-Pitre by Air France61
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Updates to US naval ship cancellations list61
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: An unlisted issue, an error or what? [Scott #C129 surcharged like #CB40]62–63
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story63–64
  101. March 2000, Vol. 26(1)
    • Kugel, Alfred F.: Second regiment postmarks used by the US marines at Cap Haïtien in 1921 - 19221, 13
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Membership update2
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The Society and beyond3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Financial statement January 1, 1999 through December 31, 19994
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Boule (Monaco) January 2000; Lahitte - Marsanoux (Lyon) January 2000; Roumet (Paris) February 2000]5
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The market [Siegel Auction; Regency Stamps Ltd; Matthew Bennett Inc.; Cherrystone Auctions; eBay]5
    • Castera, Agnes: Fauna of Haiti and China ‘99 [Scott #909-912 (indigenous birds 1999); #913 (WWF issue 1999); #915-918 (Chinese inventions 1999)]6
    • Sellers, F. Burton: How to prove mail from a US naval vessel was sent when the vessel was in Haitian waters7, 8, 15
    • Navari, André: Postal relations between France and Haiti (St. Domingue) during the 18th century – parts 1 and 29, 12
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: May auction closing May 1, 200010–11, 15
    • Navari, André: November 1999 Robineau auction results14
    • Levine, Barbara A.: A cover story – what is it?15
  102. June 2000, Vol. 26(2)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Mail of the French postal agency in Haiti17
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Membership update18
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Acting president’s message19
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Stamp Show 2000 and WIPA 200019
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report20
    • Prices realized – September 1999, December 1999 and August 2000 auction20
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Tomy Anka (Paris) March 2000; Robineau (Paris) April 2000; Jamet Baudot (Paris) May 2000; Latin American Auction (Peterborough, England) May 14, 2000]21
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The market [David G. Phillips sale; E. Joseph McConnell mail sale; Cherrystone Auctions; Afinsa Auctions; eBay]22
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haitian errors and varieties23
    • Navari, André: Postal relations between France and Haiti (St. Domingue) during the 18th century – parts 3 and 425, 27, 31
    • Levine, Barbara A.: One of Haiti’s most spectacular air post covers26
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing August 1, 200028–30
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: H.P.S. auctions – your opinion please!30
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti paquebot covers are colorful32
  103. September 2000, Vol. 26(3)
    • Stubens, F.R.: Port-au-Prince handstamp – variation or new type?33
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Stolen collection alert!!!! [Brian Oakes collection]34
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Acting president’s message35
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report36
    • Prices realized – August 2000 auction36
    • Lloyd, Carroll: A Haitian revenue research project37, 41
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The market [Cherrystone, eBay]38
    • Navari, André: Was there a maritime company in Haiti during 19th century?39
    • Sellers, F. Burton: My pursuit of Haiti 17640, 46–47
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing November 1, 200042–44
    • Ship cancels update coming!44
    • Navari, André: Haitian new issue updates [Scott #914 (Christmas 1999); #919-926 (tourism issue 2000)]45
    • Mystery photo – can you identify this scene??? [USMC radio station installation near Port-au-Prince ca. 1931]45
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Have you seen it before? – Rare cancellation [Verviers-Cöln railroad marking]46
  104. December 2000, Vol. 26(4)
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Acknowledgement of receipt49
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Membership update50
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Acting president’s message51
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The market [Postiljonen; Matthew Bennett auction]52
    • Prices realized – November 2000 auction52
    • Levine, Barbara A.: A summary of Haitian airpost rates53
    • Navari, André: European auction results [Robineau (Paris) November 2000]54
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Master of the crossroads – second installment of Haitian trilogy – book review55
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Postiljonen auction of the Sabattini collection56, 62–64
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Multiple interests combined in a single cover57, 60
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing January 15, 200158–60
    • Shaw, Guy: New issue update [Scott #925a (tourism issue 2000 S/S of 7)]61
    • Mystery photo – the scene is revealed! [USMC radio station installation near Port-au-Prince ca. 1931]61
  105. March 2001, Vol. 27(1)
    • Salles, Raymond: Postal relations between France and Haiti during the 19th century [parts 1-4; edited, translated and commented by André Navari]. Repr. from La poste maritime française. historique et catalogue. Tome IV. Les paquebots de l'Atlantique Nord. L'Académie de Philatélie 19641, 5, 7, 15
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Membership update2
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The market [Cherrystone, Nutmeg mail auction]4
    • Prices realized – December 2000 auction4
    • Navari, André: European auction results [Brian Moorhouse auction November 19, 2000]6
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Interesting eBay lot [Crête-à-Pierrot at Norfolk cover]7
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Sequel to the Postiljonen auction of the Sabattini collection8, 12
    • Levine, Barbara A.: New ship cancellations “surface” on the Internet [USS Michigan and USS Wasmuth covers]9
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 15, 200110–12
    • [Christmas 1999 issue]12
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The frontier treaty issue of 1928 [Scott #321]13–14
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Late usage of a piastre denominated stamp16
  106. June 2001, Vol. 27(2)
    • Salles, Raymond: Postal relations between France and Haiti during the 19th century [parts 5-8; edited, translated and commented by André Navari]17, 21, 23, 31–32
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Membership update18
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message19
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The market [George Alevizos Public Auctions, Cherrystone, eBay]20
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Financial statement January 1, 2000 through December 31, 200020
    • Prices realized – March 2001 auction20
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo; Gardère, Yves: New issue updates [Scott #919-926 (tourism issue 2000); #913 (WWF issue 1999) imperforate]21
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: ZIP codes come to Haiti!21
    • Sellers, F. Burton: USS Birmingham (CL-2)24
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Unusual piastre denominated rates after 191925
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 15, 200126–28
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #284 – a freak variety28
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Findings on 19th and 20th century “Service Officiel” usage in Haiti29–30
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Corinphila auction results for Haitian airpost material30
    • Levine, Barbara A.: New ship cancel – USS Waters32
  107. September 2001, Vol. 27(3)
    • Salles, Raymond: Postal relations between France and Haiti during the 19th century [parts 9-11; edited, translated and commented by André Navari]33, 37, 39, 45
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Membership update34
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message35
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The market [Cherrystone, eBay]36
    • Prices realized – June 2001 auction36
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: A recent trip to Haiti38, 46
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Caveat emptor [forged 1866 cover]40–41, 45
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 10, 200142–44
    • Carrubba, Gregory: Haitian coast guard as of 196546
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haitian coast guard vessels Crête-à-Pierrot and Vertières46–48
  108. December 2001, Vol. 27(4)
    • Salles, Raymond: Postal relations between France and Haiti during the 19th century [parts 12-16; edited, translated and commented by André Navari]“33, 38–41, 45–46” ⇔ 49, 54–57, 61–62
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner“34” ⇔ 50
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message“35” ⇔ 51
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report“36” ⇔ 52
    • Prices realized – September 2001 auction“36” ⇔ 52
    • Navari, André: European auction results [Roumet (Paris) auction October 2001; Lugdunum Philatelie (Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon) June 2001]“37” ⇔ 53
    • Navari, André: Addenda – postal relations between France and Haiti during the 19th century“37” ⇔ 53
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing February 1, 2002“42–44” ⇔ 58–60
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Was the U.S.S. MacLeish (DD-220) in Gonaïves Bay in 1925? [for errata, see issue 28(1), p. “36” ⇔ 4]“47–48” ⇔ 63–64
  109. March 2002, Vol. 28(1)
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Postal forgeries of the second issue [Scott #7-13 (Liberty head issue)]“33, 38” ⇔ 1, 6
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner“34” ⇔ 2
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message“35” ⇔ 3
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Letter to the editor [correction to Sellers: “Was the U.S.S. MacLeish (DD-220) in Gonaïves Bay in 1925?” in HP 27(4)]“36” ⇔ 4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Financial statement January 1, 2001 through December 31, 2001“36” ⇔ 4
    • Prices realized – December 2001 auction“36” ⇔ 4
    • Carrubba, Gregory: My brief trip to Haiti“37” ⇔ 5
    • “Bicentenary of the constitution” issue [Scott #927-933]“37” ⇔ 5
    • Illustrations of covers with French maritime postmarks [see Salle translated articles in previous issues]“38, 42, 46–47” ⇔ 6, 10, 14–15
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Censored mail from Haiti before Haiti entered World War II“39–40, 42” ⇔ 7–8, 10
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Auction experiences“41–42” ⇔ 9–10
    • Navari, André: Postal relations between France and Haiti during the 19th century – an attempt at valuation“43–45” ⇔ 11–13
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story – a Haiti collector’s potpourri“47–48” ⇔ 15–16
  110. June 2002, Vol. 28(2)
    • Lloyd, Carroll: The Liberty head reprints. Repr. from The American Philatelist, Dec. 1985, pp. 1100-1104“33, 38, 40–41, 47” ⇔ 17, 22, 24–25, 31
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner“34” ⇔ 18
    • Membership update“34” ⇔ 18
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message“35” ⇔ 19
    • Davies, Andree: Deceased collector’s lot“36” ⇔ 20
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Scott #108a and other auction highlights“36” ⇔ 20
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Three more US naval ship visitors to Haiti?“37, 39, 44, 46” ⇔ 21, 23, 28, 30
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 20, 2002“42–43, 45–46” ⇔ 26–27, 29–30
    • Levine, Barbara A.: New ship added to list of US Navy ships in Haitian waters“47” ⇔ 31
    • Buckell, Trevor: You have never had it so good? [Scott #625-627, #C348-350 (butterflies 1969)]“48” ⇔ 32
  111. September 2002, Vol. 28(3)
    • Koeneman, Bert: A visit to Haiti33, 38, 40–41, 44, 46
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Membership update34
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message35
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Letter to the editor [of Linn’s Stamp News regarding Haitian “AR” letters]36
    • Prices realized – June 2002 auction36
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti in 1934 and 1983 as seen by US Navy sailor, Willis C. Hendrick37, 39, 41
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: HPS auction showcase – Scott #108a – lot #139
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing November 15, 200242–43, 45–46
    • HPS candidates for election47
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #913 – a new finding? [WWF issue of 1999 imperforate; already reported in HP 27(2), p. 22]47
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Another vessel in Haitian waters? The USS Lewis Hancock?47–48
  112. December 2002, Vol. 28(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Topical Haiti revenues [comprehensive listing of postage stamps overprinted for revenue use (“timbre mobile” etc.)]. Repr. from The American Philatelist, Feb. 1999“33, 38, 40, 44” ⇔ 49, 54, 56, 60
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner“34” ⇔ 50
    • Membership update“34” ⇔ 50
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message“35” ⇔ 51
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Auction chat“36” ⇔ 52
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Prices realized – September 2002 auction“36” ⇔ 52
    • Carrubba, Gregory: Some observations of recent Haitian issues“36, 39, 46” ⇔ 52, 55, 62
    • Stubens, F.R.: A 1796 letter of some historic importance“37, 39” ⇔ 53, 55
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s overprints for revenue use“41, 47–48” ⇔ 57, 63–64
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing February 15, 2003“42–43, 45–46” ⇔ 58–59, 61–62
  113. March 2003, Vol. 29(1)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: US naval vessels in Haitian waters“33, 38, 40” ⇔ 1, 6, 8
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner“34” ⇔ 2
    • Membership update“34” ⇔ 2
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message“35” ⇔ 3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Auction chat“36” ⇔ 4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2002 through December 31, 2002“36” ⇔ 4
    • Prices realized – December 2002 auction“36” ⇔ 4
    • Sellers, F. Burton: US naval vessel visitors to Haitian ports based on “proof positive” evidence“37, 39, 41, 44, 46–48” ⇔ 5, 7, 9, 12, 14–16
    • Navari, André: Matthew Bennett, Inc. auction highlight – 1889 cover from Haiti to New York“40” ⇔ 8
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 15, 2003“42–43, 45” ⇔ 10–11, 13
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Bennett auction February 2003; Cherrystone January 2003; Cavendish Auction, London, September 2002]“45, 48” ⇔ 13, 16
  114. June 2003, Vol. 29(2)
    • Lloyd, Paul C.: Window on a local uprising – 179117, 22
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Membership update18
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message19
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Auction chat20
    • Prices realized – March 2003 auction20
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: New issue – 1801 constitution bicentennial [Scott #927-933]21
    • Levine, Barbara A.; Carrubba, Gregory: Tropical Airways of Haiti23, 28–29
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: New website [www.cwiakala.com]24
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Grosnevor, London, May 2003; David Feldman, Geneva, May 2003; Corinphila, Zurich, May 2003; Roumet, Paris, March 2003; Cherrystone, April 2003]24, 32
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Possible US naval vessel visitors to Haiti based on “peripheral” evidence25, 28
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing August 15, 200326–27, 29
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #108a and #176 [catalog values]29, 32
    • Sellers, F. Burton: US naval vessel visitors to Haitian ports based on “proof positive” evidence – revised pages 47-48 [⇔ pages 15-16 of HP 29(1)]30–31
  115. September 2003, Vol. 29(3)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Natal specimen overprints on Haiti stamps33, 38, 45–48
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Membership update34
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message35
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Roumet (Paris) auction July 2003]36
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti postcards – an introduction37, 39
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A cover story [“avis de réception”]40
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing November 1, 200336, 39, 41–43, 45
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Two Haiti Liberty head collections44
  116. December 2003, Vol. 29(4)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: “Jusq’a” markings on Haitian airmail49, 54, 61–63
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Membership update50
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message51
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Auction chat52
    • Prices realized – September 2003 auction52
    • Prices realized – June 2003 auction52
    • Navari, André; Oakes, Brian: Recent auctions [Cavendish Auction November 2003; George Alevizos November 2003]53, 57
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Specimen collection55–56
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing January 25, 200453, 58–60
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo; Oakes, Brian: New issue – bicentenary death of Toussaint Louverture [Scott #934-940]64
  117. March 2004, Vol. 30(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti’s “Contribution Civique” fiscal stamps. Repr. from The American Revenuer, Nov./Dec. 20021, 6
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Membership update2
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Auction chat4–5
    • Prices realized – December 2003 auction4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2003 through December 31, 20034
    • Navari, André: Auction results [Roumet (Paris) S.A. mail auction January 2004]5
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Additions and corrections to ship lists of Haiti visitors6, 13–15
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti’s “Contribution de Solidarité” fiscal stamps (1959-1986). Repr. from The American Revenuer, Jan./Feb. 20038–9, 13
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 10, 20047, 10–12
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #108a update12
    • Bruffaerts, Jean Claude: The Haitian post office in 200316
  118. June 2004, Vol. 30(2)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The philatelic legacies of Jean Jacque Dessalines Cincinnatus Leconte, Haitian president August 14, 1911 - August 8, 1912 [Scott #166-168]17, 22–25, 30–31
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message19
    • Prices realized – March 2004 auction20
    • Membership update20
    • Navari, André; Oakes, Brian: Auction results [Lugdunum Philatelie March 2004; Spinks Auctions April 2004; Cavendish Auctions April 2004]21
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 10, 200420–21, 26–29
    • Oakes, Brian: Haitian censorship permits during WWII32
  119. September 2004, Vol. 30(3)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Belated find in one’s own collection! Earliest US naval ship visitor to Haiti – the “USS Philadelphia”33, 39–41, 46
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message35
    • Prices realized – June 2004 auction36
    • Membership update36
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: HPS election of officers37–38
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 10, 200436, 38, 42–47
    • Oakes, Brian: New 2004 Port Au Prince cancel48
  120. December 2004, Vol. 30(4)
    • Oakes, Brian: Revisiting WWII censorship cancels via modern technologies – part 1 [of 2]49, 54–57
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Lloyd, Carroll: President’s message51
    • Navari, André: French unit in multinational interim forces in Haiti52
    • Prices realized – September 2004 auction52
    • Membership update52
    • Navari, André: Auction chat [results of auction at Lugdunum Philatelie in September 2004]52
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Pricing Haiti’s early postal covers53
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing January 10, 200558–61
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Two health-related Haitian fiscals. Repr. from The American Revenuer, Mar./Apr. 200362
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Some uncommon Haitian domestic mail carried by ships of the K.W.I.M. line61, 63–64
    • Sellers, F. Burton: New discovery – USS Patterson DD-39264
  121. March 2005, Vol. 31(1)
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Obligation Peligre stamp – Peligre dam tax1, 6
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Oakes, Brian: President’s message3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Certification of election4
    • Prices realized – December 2004 auction4
    • Membership update4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary’s report 20045
    • Oakes, Brian: Continuation of illustrations from World War II censorship cancels via modern technologies from December 2004 issue of Haiti Philately [part 2 of 2]7–9
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 10, 20056, 10–14
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti’s justice fiscal (timbre justice). Repr. from The American Revenuer, July./Aug. 200315–16
  122. June 2005, Vol. 31(2)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: A study of Haiti’s first postage cards and their rarity when used as intended17, 22–25, 29–30
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Oakes, Brian: President’s message19
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: World Association for the Development of Philately (WADP)20
    • Prices realized – March 2005 auction20
    • Membership update20
    • Buckell, Trevor: Jusqu’a markings21
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 15, 200526–28, 30
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The Audubon souvenir sheet31
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Haiti’s “ugly duckling”: the airport construction tax stamp. Repr. from The American Revenuer, Sept./Oct. 200332
  123. September 2005, Vol. 31(3)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: US naval visitors to Haiti – unusual finds USS Woodcock and USS Southard33, 38
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Oakes, Brian: President’s message35
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Washington 2006 World Philatelic Exhibition36
    • Prices realized – June 2005 auction36
    • Membership update36
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Interexpo 200537
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Montes, Mischiak and me39–41
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing November 1, 200535, 41–44
    • Navari, André: Auction updates45–46
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti’s unauthorized new issues [bogus issues featuring John Paul II and Benedict XVI]47–48
  124. December 2005, Vol. 31(4)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: New and some surprising news of US Navy visitors to Haiti49, 57, 61–64
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Oakes, Brian: President’s message51
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti album pages52
    • Prices realized – September 2005 auction52
    • Membership update52
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Saint Domingue award-winning exhibit available53
    • Navari, André: Mails to Port Au Prince – a contract from October 187554
    • Navari, André: Confirmation of the French unit in FIMH Haiti forces55–56
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing January 20, 200651, 56, 58–60
  125. March 2006, Vol. 32(1)
    • Lloyd, Carroll: Samples of merchandise1, 9
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Oakes, Brian: President’s message3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Update – Washington 2006 philatelic exhibition4
    • Prices realized – December 2005 auction4
    • Membership update4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2005 through December 31, 20055
    • Navari, André: Auction results – Brian Moorhouse November 27, 20056–8
    • Hillairet, Stéphane: So-called new issues of Haiti? [butterflies/scouts sheetlet and Torino Chess Olympiad 2006 bogus issues]7
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 20, 20063, 5, 9–12
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A study of Haiti’s 20 centimes stamp of 1895 & plating guide part I [of 3; Scott #37]13–16
  126. June 2006, Vol. 32(2)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A study of Haiti’s 20 centimes stamp of 1895 & plating guide part II [of 3; Scott #37]17, 22–25
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Oakes, Brian: President’s message19
    • Carrubba, Gregory: Recruiting – help the HPS survive!20
    • Prices realized – March 2006 auction20
    • Membership update20
    • Oakes, Brian: Haiti philately stamp and postal history handbook project21
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 31, 200619, 23, 25–28, 31–32
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The HPS collection scanning project29
    • Levine, Barbara A.: An interesting combination of flights – dilemma?30–32
  127. September 2006, Vol. 32(3)
    • Navari, André: A French liner named “HAITI” and its connection with postal history33, 45–48
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Sellers Haiti collection auction results35, 41
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The HPS program at Washington 200636–38
    • Prices realized – June 2006 auction36
    • Membership update36
    • Navari, André: UPU unauthorized issues – a confirmation [bogus issues featuring John Paul II and Benedict XVI]39
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott catalog 2005 – Haiti prices41
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 10, 200642–44
  128. December 2006, Vol. 32(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A study of Haiti’s 20 centimes stamp of 1895 & plating guide part III [of 3; Scott #37]49, 54–57, 60–64
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: HPS election candidate biographies51–53
    • Prices realized – September 2006 auction52
    • Membership update52
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing January 10, 200658–60
  129. March 2007, Vol. 33(1)
    • Navari, André: Modern postal history (2003-2004) – new postmarks and new services1, 7–8
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The state of our Society3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Certification of elections4
    • Prices realized – December 2006 auction4
    • Membership update4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2006 through December 31, 20065
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti – an update to its administrative/postal organization5
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Collections scanning project [F. Burton Sellers’ collection vols. 1 to 3 on DVD]6
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #327 and Scott #108a for the record6
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s date tree issue, 1891-92: observations and notes part I [of 2; Scott #26-31]9, 13–16
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 10, 200710–12
  130. June 2007, Vol. 33(2)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s date tree issue, 1891-92: observations & notes (part II) [of 2; Scott #26-31]17, 21–27
    • Treadwell, Terry: User survey progress & interim findings18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Collections scanning project [F. Burton Sellers’ collection vols. 4 and 5 on DVD]18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message19
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Society update20
    • Membership update20
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Additional Haitian postage stamps overprinted for fiscal use [supplement to list given in HP 28(4): “Topical Haiti revenues”]27, 32
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 15, 200728–31
    • Prices realized – June 2007 auction31
  131. September 2007, Vol. 33(3)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Proofs of the 20c lithographed stamp of 1895 [Scott #37]33, 36–39
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message34–35
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Collections scanning project [F. Burton Sellers’ complete collection of 64 vols. on DVD]35
    • Membership update35
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: PERForated INitials [perfins]39
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: La Poste à Haiti39
    • Treadwell, Terry: The 2007 HPS user survey40
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #C466 error – for the record40
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: Harmer-Schau Auctions Northwest August 10-12, 200741
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Printer of the 20c lithographed stamp of 1895 [Scott #37]41
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A Mega-Event ’07 experience or More is not always better42
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: First stamps printed in Haiti, 1935 [Scott #335-336, #C10]43
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Trade cards44
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Essays for the Empire of Haiti. Repr. from The Stamp Collector’s Magazine, vol. 5, no. 53, 1 June 186744–45
    • Prices realized – June 2007 auction45
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 10, 200746–48
    • Sir Winston Churchill issue [Scott #602-608, #C319-C322]. Repr. from Mackay, James. The Guinness book of stamps. Guinness Superlatives Limited, London, 1982, p. 14548
  132. December 2007, Vol. 33(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Remarks regarding the Salnave listing [of postage stamps overprinted for fiscal use, published 1977 in HP 3(1)]49, 55
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message51
    • Prices realized – September 2007 auction52
    • Membership update52
    • Moorhouse, Brian: Strange red markings on early prestamp covers53–54
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti album pages – revisited54
    • Roberts, Eric: A new censor handstamp ??56
    • Roberts, Eric: Haiti censor mail update57, 61
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing January 5, 200854, 58–62, 64
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Relative scarcity of the 20c of 1895 and the 1898 provisional [Scott #37; #42]62
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo; Navari, André Hillairet, Stéphane: A new or bogus issue? [Beijing Olympics 2008 bogus issue]63
  133. March 2008, Vol. 34(1)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti’s first airmail stamps, part I [of 3; Scott #C1-C4]. Repr. from Michel Forand (editor). Opusculum 1: an anthology of philatelic and historical papers. RPSC Philatelic Research Foundation, Ottawa, 19951, 7–9, 13–14
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2007 to December 31, 20073
    • Prices realized – December 2007 auction4
    • Membership update4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary/treasurer annual report5
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Steiner Haiti album pages (some recommendations)5
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #1-3 on postal stationery sold for $23,000 !!!6
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 18, 20084, 10–12, 16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Two golds for Haiti at SARAPEX ’08 and a critique of a critique15
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti in congress books [published annually since 1935 by the American Philatelic Congress]16
  134. June 2008, Vol. 34(2)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti’s first airmail stamps, part II [of 3; Scott #C1-C4]. Repr. from Michel Forand (editor). Opusculum 1: an anthology of philatelic and historical papers. RPSC Philatelic Research Foundation, Ottawa, 199517, 22–25
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Postage Stamp Mega Event ’0819, 29
    • Prices realized – March 2008 auction20
    • Membership update20
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti in the Scott catalog 2008 edition21
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti Philatelic Society honors Carroll Lloyd21
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 5, 200826–29, 32
    • Lloyd, Carroll: An unrecorded U.S. naval visitor to Haiti30
    • Feldman spring auction results, April 1-5, 200831–32
  135. September 2008, Vol. 34(3)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Haiti’s first airmail stamps, part III [of 3; Scott #C1-C4]. Repr. from Michel Forand (editor). Opusculum 1: an anthology of philatelic and historical papers. RPSC Philatelic Research Foundation, Ottawa, 199533, 38–40
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message35
    • Prices realized – June 2008 auction36
    • Membership update36
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The 2 centimes provisional surcharge [Scott #25, #31, #44, #45]37, 41, 45–46
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 4, 200840, 42–44, 46, 48
    • Roche, Stephen: A New Discovery ? [plate flaw of Liberty head Scott #4]47
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Forged postmarks [see www.filatelia.fi/experts/index.html]48
  136. December 2008, Vol. 34(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An update of revenue stamps used on passports49, 54–57
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message51
    • Prices realized – September 2008 auction52
    • Membership update52
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Certification of election53
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing January 5, 200952, 58–62, 64
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: USA postage due stamps used In Haiti62
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The Haiti section of the Scott catalogue 2009 edition63
  137. March 2009, Vol. 35(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s first two flights1, 6
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message3
    • Prices realized – December 2008 auction4
    • Membership update4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2008 to December 31, 20085–9
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 5, 20095, 9–13, 15–16
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Press release – Haiti’s 1902 provisional issue14
  138. June 2009, Vol. 35(2)
    • Morris, Melvin: The slave who became a king! [Henri Christophe]. Repr. from Americana Philatelic News, Jan./Mar. 200617, 23–24
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message19
    • Prices realized – March 2009 auction20
    • Membership update20
    • Navari, André: A Haitian in the Academy ! [Dr. Jean-François Gibot]21
    • Pildes, Robert B.; Waide, Doron: Turkish forerunner to a rare destination – Haiti. Repr. from The Israel Philatelist, vol. 60, no. 1, Feb. 200922, 30
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Honorary life membership awarded to Dr. G. L. Boarino25
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Continuing promise update25
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 6, 200924–30, 32
    • The postage stamps of Hayti by Fred Melville, 1905 part 1 [of 2]31
  139. September 2009, Vol. 35(3)
    • Levine, Barbara A.: New ship in Haitian waters – U.S.S. Dickerson33, 39–40
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Addendum to annex A, HPS bylaws35
    • Prices realized – June 2009 auction36
    • Membership update36
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: A cover story: unusual transit and markings37
    • Nelson, Diedrik: Haiti and the Dominican Republic38, 46
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 1, 200935–36, 40–44, 47–48
    • Melville, Frederick John: Melville – “Stamps of Hayti” – part 2 Chapter I Introduction – The story of Hayti [part 2 of 2]. Repr. from The postage stamps of Hayti, C. Nissen & Co, 190545
  140. December 2009, Vol. 35(4)
    • Matthews, William A.: A new unrecorded Haiti flight from 193049
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Matthews, William A.: Results from the 2009 APS StampShow in Pittsburgh51
    • In memoriam: Reginald Gagneron [1st HPS president]51
    • Prices realized – September 2009 auction52
    • Membership update52
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message53
    • Davies, Andree: The black Napoleon [Pierre Dominique Toussaint]54, 62–63
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: 12 MAI 1802 essays55–56
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Postal history – literature note57
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti in 2010 edition of the Scott catalog57, 60
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing January 15, 201052–53, 58–60, 64
    • Matthews, William A.: A Haiti catapult cover from 193161
  141. March 2010, Vol. 36(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Earliest known usage [of H&G #9 3c Simon Sam ovpt. postal card]1
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2009 to December 31, 2009 3
    • Prices realized – December 2009 auction4
    • Membership update4
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message5
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: In memoriam: Carroll L. Lloyd5
    • Levine, Barbara A.: US naval ships in Haitian waters – “proof positive” list introduction6–18
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An early airmail cover19
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Postal service re-establishment and varia in light of the earthquake in Haiti 20
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 10, 201019, 21–26
    • Roche, Stephen: Maritime cancel query24
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Caution about Haitian material [stolen from archives in Port-au-Prince after earthquake]25
    • Windel, Wolfgang: The miracle of Germany: Liberty head 20 centimes imperf on cover – for 210 dollars!26–28
  142. June 2010, Vol. 36(2)
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Haiti’s 1902 provisional issue: new facts and findings [Scott #67-81; for errata, see issue 36(3), p. 67]29, 34–37, 46
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner30
    • Haiti resumes some air service. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News, 24 May 201031
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo; Windel, Wolfgang: Brian Moorhouse auction results [at Peterborough on March 20, 2010]32
    • Prices realized – June 2010 auction33
    • Membership update33
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message33
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Possible US naval ships in Haitian waters – “peripheral evidence” list introduction38–41
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 1, 201042–45
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott nos. 656, the Apollo XIII issue45
    • Windel, Wolfgang: The rarest examples of Haitian postal stationery! [postal card with Scott #113 affixed in used condition]47–48
  143. September 2010, Vol. 36(3)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Pioneer airmail of Haiti49, 54
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner50
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti in 2011 edition of Scott catalog51
    • Prices realized – June 2010 auction52
    • Membership update52
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message – “Mr. Haiti” remembered [Bud Sellers]53–54
    • Remembrances of Bud Sellers55
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #1 – new Cap Haïtien earliest known date of usage56
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: HPS June auction – a new record56
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Bad times in Haiti: outside and inside the post office / Earthquake aftermath in Haiti57, 59
    • Moorhouse, Brian: Further notes on the 1881 20c Liberty value on cover58–59
    • Windel, Wolfgang: New first date for Liberty heads60
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: StampShow 2010 Richmond, Virginia61, 66
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 1, 201055, 60, 62–65, 67–68
    • Mail-processing center opens in Haiti. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News, 9 Aug. 201067
    • Corrections to “Haiti’s 1902 provisional issue: new facts and findings” as published in HP June 201067
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: Have you ever seen a cover with five different Haitian town marks?68–72
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: “Too sexy to be true” [response to “The rarest examples of Haitian postal stationery!” in HP 36(2)]Supplement
  144. December 2010, Vol. 36(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Part I Aerophilatelic errors and ambiguities [part 1 of Early air mail of Haiti. HPS special study no. 2]73, 78–80
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner74
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Certification of elections (2011-2012)75
    • Prices realized – September 2010 auction76
    • Membership update76
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message77
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: APS StampShow 2011 August 11-14, 201177
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Portugal 201081–82
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Forget Scott – the “new” Haitian stamps – these are the real prices83–84
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing 7 January 201185–89
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: a new discovery: December 7th 1895 – the day upon which the first picture postcard of Haiti was written!89–92
  145. March 2011, Vol. 37(1)
    • Pildes, Robert B.: Haiti – a rare forerunner destination1, 7
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2010 to December 31, 20103
    • Prices realized – December 2010 auction4
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message5
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Secretary/treasurer annual report - 20106
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: HPS press release (January 19, 2011) [special study no. 2 Early Air Mail of Haiti]6
    • Sellers, Nancy: Bud Sellers Memorial Grand Award8
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s 10c citadel stamp of 1924 [Scott #316]9–12, 16
    • Nassar, Abdel: The postcard corner13, 17
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing April 3, 20114–5, 7, 14–16
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: new discovery! An example of German stationery – filled with Haitian history18–20
  146. June 2011, Vol. 37(2)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An update of Haiti’s early air mail21, 27–28
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner22
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message23
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Flying high [gold medal at the Sarasota National Stamp Exhibition (Feb. 2011)]23
    • Prices realized – March 2011 auction24
    • Membership update24
    • Windel, Wolfgang: The 1904 centenary issue on cover – new discoveries [Scott #83-95]25–26
    • Nassar, Abdel: The postcard corner29–30
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s 1906 “gold” issue [Scott #110-124]31–34
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: China censored cover35
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 2, 201124, 26, 28, 36–40, 42
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: 2011 Haitian trend – overprints are jumping high41–44
  147. September 2011, Vol. 37(3)
    • Moorhouse, Brian: Haiti: the 1881 first issue tête-bêche pairs [Scott #1-2 (Liberty head issue)]21, 31–36
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner22
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The June 2011 auction – a commentary23
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti in 2012 edition of the Scott catalog23
    • Prices realized – June 2011 auction24
    • Membership update24
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message – StampShow 201125–29
    • Oakes, Brian: Haitian postal update30
    • Nassar, Abdel: The postcard corner – Allen & Ginter: first Haiti card?37–39
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Earliest known uses of the 1902 provisional issue [Scott #67-81]41–46
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 2, 201124, 29, 35–36, 40, 46–51
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: rare, more rare, most rare – the centenary issue of 1903/1904 on covers [Scott #83-95]51–56
  148. December 2011, Vol. 37(4)
    • Nassar, Abdel: La Poste à Haiti57, 67–74
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner58
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society 10 November 2011 interim policy memorandum59
    • Prices realized – September 2011 auction60
    • Membership update60
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message61
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Honorary life membership for L. Wallace Dean III62
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #176 sold at auction ! [December 8, 2011 auction by Cherrystone, New York]62
    • Hotchner, John M.: New revenue-used-as-postage discovery63–64
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Astonishing prices! $259 for a 1930 airmail cover!65–66
    • Jones, Richard: Haiti ship cancels in Haitian waters – updates75–76
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Haiti’s 1906 gold issue – new first usages on stamps and covers [Scott #110-124]77–78
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A souvenir of Paris [perfins]79–81
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: new discoveries – internal combination covers with cancels from Haiti and Britain82–83
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing 5 January 201259–60, 64, 66, 76, 84–87
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: HPS member speaks at the CCNY88
  149. March 2012, Vol. 38(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Revisiting Haiti’s centenary issue of 1903/1904 [Scott #83-95]1, 10–14, 17
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011 3
    • Prices realized – December 2011 auction4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message5
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Rarity6
    • Parker, Michael: Information needed [1902 letter from Haiti to Switzerland]7
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Who Is familiar with these specimens? [unissued 1949 UPU anniversary specimens ]7
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s 1924 definitive issue [Scott #315-319]8–9
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: New EKUs of the 1902 provisionals [Scott #67-81]15
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Salomon issue – who has found the first dates of usages? [Scott #21-25]16–17
    • Nassar, Abdel: The postcard corner18–19
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: More on perfins20–21
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: new discoveries – two internal combination covers and an unknown cancel from Saint-Domingue! 23–25
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing 8 April 20123–4, 6, 9, 22, 25–28
  150. June 2012, Vol. 38(2)
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Cocktails, Haiti and aerophilately29, 35–36
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner30
    • Prices realized – March 2012 auction31
    • Parker, Michael: A recent purchase – SMS Vineta32
    • Windel, Wolfgang: A kind of Haitian “camel post”33
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Problems on the web34
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Wanted material for the HPS auctions34
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: HPS want list program34
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Operation Restore Democracy in Haiti – ship covers37–38
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: new discoveries! Some of Haiti’s first letters after independence in 180439–42
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: June auction closing July 6, 201236, 38, 43–44
  151. September 2012, Vol. 38(3)
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti section of the Scott catalogue – 2013 edition45, 59–60
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner46
    • Prices realized – June 2012 auction47
    • Membership update47
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Candidate statement48
    • Matthews, William A.: Message to the membership of the Haiti Philatelic Society49–50
    • HPS has a new secretary-treasurer – Terry Treadwell (HPS #168)50
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: High priced souvenir sheets [Scott #857a; #933]51
    • Hotchner, John M.: The missing – missing colors [Scott #C169a]51
    • Davies, Andree: The voyage of the “Seth Parker” 52
    • Dutau, Guy: Some words about a French collection of disinfected letters53–56
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: a new discovery 1756 – the first forwarding agent cancel on a letter from Saint Domingue 57–59
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: September auction closing October 6, 201247, 61–64
  152. December 2012, Vol. 38(4)
    • Grenville, Bruce: More on the 1975 Audubon affair65, 74–75
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner66
    • Prices realized – September 2012 auction67
    • Membership update67
    • Treadwell, Terry: Results and certification of the 2013-2014 election68
    • Davies, Andree: Another fine mess I got myself into69–70
    • Parker, Michael: A postal stationery card – but which one?71
    • Davies, Andree: I have a question – Nord Alexis essay71
    • Windel, Wolfgang: What chaos – Haitian stamps on German stationery – around the world72–73
    • Grenville, Bruce: 1972 Olympics mystery [showing selvage of Munich 1972 issue]73
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Heavy bidders fight on eBay – $1,600 for Sc #242 block with 4 tête-bêche76, 80
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: 21 lines about love and death in a forgotten Caribbean war77–79
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: December auction closing 5 January 201370, 80–83
    • Oakes, Brian: Post office in Haiti: towards a change of direction84
  153. March 2013, Vol. 39(1)
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: First flight, Port au Prince to San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic1, 8
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Prices realized – December 2012 auction3
    • Membership update3
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message4
    • Treadwell, Terry: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement for 20125–6
    • Parker, Michael: Avis de réception7
    • Haitian international postal rates for letters and parcels as of December 20128
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Imperforate Liberty heads: the first Haitian postcard9–10
    • Roberts, Eric: Haiti censor handstamps revisited (again)11–13
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: Milot duplex cancel – in use for 53 years, 5 months and 6 days, minimum? 14–17
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: March auction closing 30 March 20134, 13, 17–20
  154. June 2013, Vol. 39(2)
    • Moorhouse, Brian: The Liberty head “Natal” specimen stamps21, 25
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner22
    • Prices realized – March 2013 auction23
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message24
    • Membership update24
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott C207a variety [really a variety of Scott #C207 printed in red instead of black; whole set exists]26
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The 1976 airmail 80 centimes surcharges – an update [Scott #C443-445, #C447A]26
    • Sellers, F. Burton: Some uncommon Haitian domestic mail carried by ships of the “K.W.I.M.” line. Repr. from The Seaposter, July/Aug. 200427–28
    • Windel, Wolfgang: New discovery? Strip of five Liberty heads on cover29–30
    • Davies, Andree: Chinese immigration cover30
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Greetings from Pétion and Boyer – two wonderful letters from first two presidents of Haiti31–33
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: the new smiling face of l’Office des Postes d’Haiti 24, 28, 33–36
  155. September 2013, Vol. 39(3)
    • Grenville, Bruce: In praise of vampires! How vampire insects freed the world (and Haiti), built the USA, and kept part of New Zealand pristine37, 42–43
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner38
    • The advisory group committee39
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message40
    • Membership update40
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti section of the Scott catalogue – 2014 edition41
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Haiti letter arrival43
    • Windel, Wolfgang: New discovery – a Miragoâne cover “port payé” from 179044
    • Davies, Andree: Disinfected mail from Haiti45
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Artistic Haitian envelope [part 1 of 7]46
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: Toussaint Louverture – death cell in Fort-de-Joux47–50
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Toussaint Louverture on Haitian stamps50–52
  156. December 2013, Vol. 39(4)
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The 1933 Boyd–Lyon round-trip to Haiti, part 1 [of 2]. Repr. from Airpost Journal, July 1987, p. 32253, 58–60
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner54
    • New membership dues for the Haiti Philatelic Society55
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message56
    • Membership update56
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Amateur radio post cards57
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The 1933 Boyd–Lyon round-trip to Haiti, part 2 [of 2]. Repr. from Airpost Journal, Aug. 1987, p. 38361–62
    • Sellers, F. Burton: More on Boyd-Lyon Haiti flight. Repr. from Airpost Journal, Dec. 1987, p. 9062–63
    • Sellers, F. Burton: The absolutely and positively final postscript to the Boyd-Lyon story. Repr. from Airpost Journal, Nov. 1988, p. 6863–64
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Final note to Boyd-Lyon story – little known facts64
    • Windel, Wolfgang; Windel, Carolin: Windel’s column: That’s the Haitian Director of Philately!65–66
    • Windel, Wolfgang; Windel, Carolin: Nearly four years after the earthquake – Haiti today [part 1 of 2]67–68
    • Matthews, William A.: Haiti’s celebration of Mother’s Day – an error exists [Scott #C218 inverted surcharge]69
    • Parker, Michael: Revenue stamps used for postage69
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Artistic Haitian envelopes, part 2: only known Haitian “patriotic” cover [part 2 of 7]70–71
    • Levine, Barbara A.; Matthews, William A.; Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti–China mixed frank pacific clipper air cover72
  157. March 2014, Vol. 40(1)
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Scott No. 826A. The miracle of modern Haitian surcharges1, 6–7
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement for 20133
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message4
    • Membership update4
    • Matthews, William A.: Haiti’s 1898 issue [Scott #52-66]5
    • Parker, Michael: The indemnity of Saint Domingue7–8
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Liberty heads perforated re-engraved issue great covers never seen!9–10
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Artistic Haitian envelopes, part 3: wonderful covers from Les Cayes Pharmacies [part 3 of 7]11–12
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: I paid $382 for a fake of Nord-Alexis tête-bêche! [Scott #101a]13–14
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Four years after the earthquake – Haiti today (part II) [of 2]15–17
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Know your genuine and your counterfeit issues – the 1902 and 1906 overprints [Scott #67-81 (provisional government issue); #110-124 (“gold” issue)]18–19
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Columbia flight postscript20
  158. June 2014, Vol. 40(2)
    • Matthews, William A.: Experimental rocket mail – to Haiti21, 26
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner22
    • Doire, Nicolas: A look at the Port-au-France cancel from the freedom from hunger issue [Scott #505-506, #C208-209]23
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message24
    • Levine, Barbara A.: USMC evacuation flight cover25
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Pan American Airways test of 1946 – check your cover26
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Scott #360 – a new variety27
    • Matthews, William A.: Haiti’s postal rate change of 1919 – history in action28–29
    • Levine, Barbara A.: QSL cards of Haiti” by Abdel Nassar is now available29
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Artistic Haitian envelopes, part 4: coffee covers and labels at their best [part 4 of 7]30–31
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: interesting discoveries – two new/old cancels on Liberty head stamps and a Pétion misprint32–34
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Citadel – the “birthday collection”35–40
  159. September 2014, Vol. 40(3)
    • Moorhouse, Brian: Navassa Island update41, 46–47
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner42
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti section of the Scott catalogue43
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message44
    • Membership update44
    • Haiti Philatelic Society product price list45
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Artistic Haitian envelopes, part 5: a great newspaper cover and two nice old pharmacy labels [part 5 of 7]48–50
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: 5 centimes overprint colors [Scott #274]50–51
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: Hello again, Madame la Directrice Générale! [including new postal rates of Haiti]52–55
    • Windel, Wolfgang: “The Leconte issue of 1912” by Peter C. Jeannopoulos [Scott #166-168; article review]56–57
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Exotic destinations, part 1: to Russia, Dahomey and Madagascar from Haiti! [part 1 of 4]58–59
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Postal essays of Haiti60–63
    • Moorhouse, Brian: Perforated Liberty heads revisited60
    • Application for membership in the Haiti Philatelic Society64
  160. December 2014, Vol. 40(4)
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Haitian disaster mail – hard to find!65, 71–73
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner66
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message67
    • Parker, Michael: When was the 1898-99 series issued? [Scott #52-66 (Simon Sam issue)]68
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The Miragoave postmark [Miragoâne misspelled on postmark]69–70
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Artistic Haitian envelopes, part 6: a funny registered calendar and two nice HAPAG examples [part 6 of 7]74–75
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: The 19th century is still alive – in Jacmel76–78
    • Davies, Andree: The slave trade – Thomas Perrionet Thompson (First governor of Sierra Leone 1808-1810)79
    • Davies, Andree: Ham radio – international amateur radio80, 88
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Exotic destinations, part 2: from Haiti to Sudan, Surinam, Japan and Yugoslavia [part 2 of 4]81–83
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Colorful Leconte issue of 1912 – table of town marks [Scott #166-168]84–88
  161. March 2015, Vol. 41(1)
    • Plewka, Mayk: Simon Sam/coat-of-arms – new dates and a Cap Haïtien discovery [Scott #52-66]1, 8–9
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message3
    • Press release [Barbara A. Levine: Haiti’s first flights.]4
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Atlas wreck covers from Haiti4
    • Membership update4
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society auctions5–6
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: EKU of Haiti Scott #1 revisited7
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Surprising stamp market tip [Scott #857a]7
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Election results [for the period 1 January 2015 to 31 December 1916]7
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Artistic Haitian envelopes, part 7: This old Haitian pharmacy (1906) made the promise of a new life for sick people [part 7 of 7]10–11
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: Do you know what was Haiti’s first capital?12–17
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Two exhibits – three awards [Sarasota National Stamp Exhibition]18–20
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Exotic destinations, part 3: Hungary, Namibia and Grand Turks [part 3 of 4]21–22
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A review of a review [“The 1912 Leconte issue”, The Haiti Collector 2(1), March 2014]23–27
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Only known perfin of Scott #3728
    • Windel, Wolfgang: What makes the difference? [Brian Moorhouse auction February 28, 2015]29–31
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Miragoave cancels [Miragoâne misspelled on postmark]31–32
  162. June 2015, Vol. 41(2)
    • Oakes, Brian: Imperforate Liberty head – another earliest known usage33
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti section of the 2016 Scott catalogue35
    • Membership update36
    • Life, patron, beneficial and sustaining membership for 201536
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement for 201437
    • Doire, Nicolas: New Director General of the Office des Postes d’Haiti38
    • Oakes, Brian: Origin of the 1860 Haitian “Patriotic Cover” discovered39–44, 56
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: HPS meeting in Pétionville45–48
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: More on perfins49–51
    • Parker, Michael: Interesting postal stationery52
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Review: HAPAG in Haiti – a basic book, well done!53–54
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: The UPU illegal issues of Haiti – issues falsely claimed to have been issued by the Haitian postal service55–56
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A Leconte mixed franking57
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An exotic destination [Dame Marie]58
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Scott 133 and its “relatives” – some are hard to find! [for errata, see issue 41(3), p. 67]59–64
  163. September 2015, Vol. 41(3)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A 1902 provisional forgery on cover65, 69
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner66
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message67
    • Windel, Wolfgang: correction of error [for “Scott 133 and its ‘relatives’ – some are hard to find!” from HP 41(2)]67
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Intra-town use of the 1898 1c Sam postal card68
    • Membership update68
    • Life, patron, beneficial and sustaining membership for 201568
    • Parker, Michael: Haiti at MIDPEX70
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: CTOs & EKUs [Scott #67-81 plus stationeries]71–77, 81
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: Haiti’s chiefs of state and philately: Would you be so kind to sign my stamps, Mr. President?78–80
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Additional HAPAG purser marks82–83
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A 1906 “gold” issue forgery exposed84
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A “bullseye” Anse a Veau cancel84
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Check of 7191 Liberty heads: the earliest, latest and rarest, part 1: LH imperf EKU and LKU [Scott #1-20; part 1 of 10]85–88
    • Moorhouse, Brian: A brief history of collecting the “Liberty head” issues [Scott #1-20]89–92
    • Shorties: Columbus’ “Santa Maria” not found!92
  164. December 2015, Vol. 41(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The “R:S:” provisional overprint [on Scott #21-22 (Salomon issue 1887)]93, 97
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner94
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message95
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Largest known used multiples of the 1c and 5c Leconte stamps [Scott #166/168]95
    • HPS publications for sale96
    • Membership update96
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Postally used revenues [2c Quittance stamp]97
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: New perfin discoveries98–99
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Check of 7191 Liberty heads: the earliest, latest and rarest, part 2: LH imperf. – rarity scale for Haitian town marks / table of more realistic catalog prices; part 3: LH imperf. – rarity scale for foreign marks / table of more realistic catalog prices [Scott #1-20; parts 2 and 3 of 10]100–107
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The Cameron S. S. Line108–109
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: about Germany’s Haiti Philatelic Society, the worst Haiti catalog worldwide and a new discovery [German HPS members; Michel Caribbean Islands catalog’s coverage of Haiti; Bremen consular cancel on 1867 Port-au-Prince to Bremen cover]110–112
  165. March 2016, Vol. 42(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: “Upside-down use” fact or fiction? [Scott #21-25; upside-down usage of Salomon issue]1, 6–9
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message [including financial statement 2015]3–4
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti exhibits in Atlanta and Sarasota5
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Check of 7191 Liberty heads: the earliest, latest and rarest; part 4: LH perforated – earliest known usage (EKU) and latest known usage (LKU) for all plates, printings and towns [Scott #1-20; part 4 of 10]10–15
    • Matthews, William A.: Haiti’s 1902 provisional government issue – a discovery [Scott #81 (1g) on cover]16, 21
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: LKMs of the 1902 provisional issue [Scott #67/81 and #J5-J7 largest known multiples]17–28
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Current schedule of events at NY2016 show for HPS members28
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: about Mrs “Liberty head”, dubious R:S: overprints and two interesting covers29–32
  166. June 2016, Vol. 42(2)
    • Parker, Michael: A philatelic franking including forged and stolen stamps [1904 forgery and stolen issue of 1915 on cover]33
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Membership update35
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: L. Wallace Dean III (1932–2016) [obituary]36
    • Levine, Barbara A.; Jeannopoulos, Peter C.; Windel, Wolfgang: NY2016 stamp exhibition summary HPS presence37–38
    • Levine, Barbara A.; Deltoro, Ubaldo: A diplomatic packet tag – very scarce and rare item from eBay38
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Haitian crash cover discovery at NY2016 [1939 Don. N. Mohr cover on crash flight AAMC #390219]39–40
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Shorties [1930 FFC to Cayenne]40
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: New York 2016 presentation summary41–43
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Check of 7191 Liberty heads: the earliest, latest and rarest; part 5: LH perforated – rarity scale Haitian town marks / table of prices; part 6: LH perforated – rarity scale foreign marks / table of prices [Scott #1-20; parts 5 and 6 of 10]44–51
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Early Haitian essays52–58
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Two shorties [$1,235.73 for Napoleon; HPS member Claus Petry wins “German Gold” in New York]59
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column I: no more Haitian stamps - town marks only! [visit to Haiti in April 2016]60–61
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column II: Haitian covers in New York – expensive (water too)! [New York world stamp show May 2016]62–64
  167. September 2016, Vol. 42(3)
    • Davies, Andree: Another Haitian crash cover – Haitian Airways N150A65
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner66
    • Membership update67
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message68
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: New listing by Scott catalog for “MNH”69–70
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Amazing result from Cherrystone’s June auction [cover with Scott #1-3 (Liberty head issue) sold for $16100]69
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Packet tags revisited71
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: Surprise! Chinese collectors want Haitian stamps! [Brian Moorhouse auction September 9th, 2016]72–74
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Exotic destinations from Haiti, part 4: greetings from Viet Nam, Peru, Ethiopia and Tunisia [part 4 of 4]75–76
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Check of 7191 Liberty heads: the earliest, latest and rarest; part 7: LH perforated re-engraved – earliest and latest known usage (EKU & LKU); part 8: LH perforated re-engraved – rarity scale Haitian town marks / table of prices; part 9: LH perforated re-engraved – rarity scale foreign marks / table of prices [Scott #1-20; parts 7, 8 and 9 of 10]77–84
  168. December 2016, Vol. 42(4)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Plating the stamps of Haiti [Scott #1-6 (Liberty head issue)]85, 90–97
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner86
    • Membership update87
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: President’s message88
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Certification of elections 2017-201888
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Introducing the new secretary-treasurer [Georges Fauriol]89
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: A new find – imperforate sheet of Scott C318A89
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: More than four town cancels [on a single cover]98–105
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Gutter pairs [of Scott #318 ABNCo specimens]106
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An early airmail addendum [to HPS special study no. 2]107–108
  169. March 2017, Vol. 43(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: USS Tennessee1, 6–8
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner2
    • Membership update3
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message4
    • Kulp, Newton: Introducing board member Newton Kulp4–5
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti or Hatay??5
    • Davies, Andree: An unusual destination? [postcard from Jersey to Port-au-Prince]8
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The “Pommare” stamp of 1863 [for errata, see issue 44(2), p. 11]9–21
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Lewis Burwell “Chesty” Puller21
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Philately and philography22–25
    • Olivier, Jean-Guy: A gutter pair follow-up [including photo of Kasimir Bileski amidst his massive stock]26
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Timbre mobile stamps with gutters27–29
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: U.S. Army post office #249430–31
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A perforation variety of Scott J2132
  170. June 2017, Vol. 43(2)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The black Boyd-Lyon overprint [Scott #C4A]33, 38–39
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner34
    • Membership update35
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message36
    • Klinger, Daniel: Introducing Daniel Klinger36
    • Klinger, Daniel: Curiosity corner – a perforation variety of J2237
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A 10c Marché Salomon stamp37
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A better scan of the 1863 Pommare39
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: First day covers of the 1933 definitives and air mail stamps [Scott #325-334, #C5-C9]40–46
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A 1933 stamp with a type 3 air mail cachet47
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: 1951 postage due gutter pairs48
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Plating the plate 2 “Liberty heads” of Haiti [Scott #7-13]49–67
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A postage stamp overprinted ‘timbre mobile’ [Scott #605]68
  171. September 2017, Vol. 43(3)
    • Hester, James: Discovering Pan Am’s first flying clipper’s inaugural scheduled service. Repr. from Airpost Journal, vol. 88, no. 8, whole no. 1046, Aug. 201769, 74
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner70
    • Membership update71
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message72–73, 76
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Introducing Emory Earl Toops72
    • Brian Moorhouse – 1949-2017 [obituary]73
    • Hester, James: Pan Am clipper service – update and pilot information75
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti section of the Scott catalogue edition 201876
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: Haiti illegal issues update77
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Bonjour à La Gonâve78–80
    • Boarino, Gerald L.: The long road to the island of La Gonâve, a reminiscence81, 85
    • Petry, Claus: The postmark of Anse-à-Veau – early dates of cancellation82
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: a new town mark, a reunion with Haiti’s Sugar Queen and a sad last photo [Scott #458-461, #C161-C162]83–85
    • Moorhouse, Brian: Letters “via Navassa Island” – how it worked86–88
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Three newly discovered Navassa items89
    • Toops, Emory Earl: “Postcards” from Haiti90
    • Windel, Wolfgang: The first letter of Haiti’s Queen Marie Louise...91–94
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Why are these letters so rare (and expensive)?? [covers with rare rates]95–96
  172. December 2017, Vol. 43(4)
    • Beier, Manfred: About the “errors” of the United Nations issue of 1960 [Scott #469, #C168-C169a]97, 102
    • Levine, Barbara A.: Editor’s corner98
    • Membership update99
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message100
    • Levine, Barbara A.: New ship in Haitian waters – USS Melville (AD-2)100
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: German mail used in Haiti [10 Pf postal stationery]101
    • Deltoro, Ubaldo: French agency in Haiti markings103
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Cap Haïtien 1889 – on the route to solve a philatelic mystery [covers addressed to Heinrich Ballüder]104–105
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Cap Haïtien 1889 – still alive today [photos from 2017]106
    • Windel, Wolfgang; Petry, Claus: Liberty head news: some discoveries [Scott #1-20 postmarks]107–109
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Six cheap covers, six nice stories110–111
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Tortuga – isle of Caribbean pirates - some rare items from a nearly unknown Haitian location112–116
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Shorties – a carnival in Port au Prince and the Boyd–Lyon flight117
    • Windel, Wolfgang: Windel’s column: finest Haitian philatelic book ever; thanks, Barbara for 18 years fine editing; and how you can help Haitian orphans118–120
  173. March 2018, Vol. 44(1)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: An update of U.S. Navy postmarks in Haitian waters, 1914–19391, 5–27
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message2
    • New member welcome2
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Acting editor’s corner3
    • Life, patron, beneficial and sustaining membership for 20183
    • Fauriol, Georges: Haiti Philatelic Society financial statement for 20174
    • Overprint errors of Haiti, 1939–2000 by Peter C. Jeannopoulos [announcement of HPS special study #5]7
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A non-philatelic La Tortue cover28–29
    • HPS member John M. Hotchner29
    • Klinger, Daniel: Curiosity corner [flawed (non-constant) overprint on Scott C206 (overprinted Space Needle issue)]30
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The U.S.S. Melville31
    • Moorhouse, Brian: Haiti: essays for the first series of postal stationery. Repr. from The Mainsheet, Nov. 2000, pp. 4-832–36
  174. June 2018, Vol. 44(2)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The “City of Poets” [Jérémie]1, 4, 6–7
    • Welcome to new members2
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Acting editor’s corner3
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Hurricane Hazel postal tax stamps [Scott #RA17-RA24, #RAC1-RAC2]4–6
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Courvoisier, S.A. [Swiss printing company]8–11
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Haiti’s first Dumas issue [Scott #335-336, #C10]12–43
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message17
    • Klinger, Daniel: Curiosity corner – a mysterious overprint on Scott B4419
    • Hillairet, Stéphane: An error update – Scott 87341, 48
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Documentation of AAMC SH549 or MU-144–47
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Postiljonen Auction: #220 – #221, March 15–17, 201849–52
  175. September 2018, Vol. 44(3)
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: PF certificates [Philatelic Foundation expertizing]1, 5–19
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Acting editor’s corner3
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: President’s message3–4
    • Fauriol, Georges: 2019-2020 term HPS board elections timetable4
    • A Panelli forgery [of Scott #3 (Liberty head issue)]5
    • A fiscal with a postal cancel [70c “connaissements exportation” revenue stamp with Jérémie town cancel ]17
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Does Scott C515 exist?20
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The “OFFICIAL / 100 A 1” watermark on 1898 imperforates [Scott #46-51]21–26
    • 1958 penguin with wrong value [25c Maryland forgery of Scott #425]24
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: La Gonâve covers27–29
    • IMF cancels [on Scott #1-6 (Liberty head issue), marking uncancelled “incoming foreign mail” in the U.S.]29
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: 1927 air mail of Jérémie30–43
    • The most expensive HPS auction lot43
    • Davies, Andree: A small grubby looking cover [to Chicago “received in bad order”]44
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: Berthelot centennial cancel44
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: A postage stamp transformed into a fiscal and used on a passport [Scott #557]45
    • A missing decimal [Scott #C51]45
    • Parker, Michael: From my collection [i.a. block of 50 with Scott #250 ink variety]46–48
    • Haiti’s last stamp [Scott #939]48
    • Black Panther [bogus issue]48
    • Jeannopoulos, Peter C.: The USNS Eagle49–50
    • Doire, Nicolas: A cover story: the Air Canada Montreal – Port-au-Prince inaugural flight50–54
    • 2018 bogus issues54–56