This is a listing of North Carolina Postal Historian issues which are not currently available on this web site. All other back issues can be found on this web site in the Library of NCPHS Journals.
Postal Historian Volume 39
Articles for the Summer issue, Volume 39, No.3, Whole 151, July 01, 2020
The Colony Was Lost but the Stamp Survived, Mark S. Schwrtz
Throop Crane Brown, Jr., Tony L. Crumbley
Mail Ballot in the 1863 North Carolina Congressional Election, Stefan T. Jaronski, Ph.D.
Independent State and Confederate use of U.S. Postage by Delegates to North Carolina’s Secession Convention, Ken Miller
Articles for the Fall issue, Volume 39, No.4, Whole 152, October 01, 2020
Rural Free Delivery in North Carolina, Part 2, Darrell Ertzberger
North Carolina Postal History Society Awards 2020, Charles F. Hall, Jr.
Coddle Creek, A Cabarrus County Post Office, George Slaton
Pilot Mountain, North Carolina, Better Known as Mount Pilot by Most TV Watchers, Tony L. Crumbley
Postal Historian Volume 40
Articles for the Winter issue, Volume 40, No.1, Whole 153, January 01, 2021
North Carolina Confederate Military Hospitals, Charles F. Hall
1937 North Carolina Feeder Airline Service Tests Were Precursors to 1938 National Air Mail Week, Steve Swain
Railway Post Office (RPO) Service on Branch Lines of the Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Railroad, Darrell Ertzberger
Charlotte’s Postmaster William W. Jenkins, 1876-1885, Tony L. Crumbley
Articles for the Spring issue, Volume 40, No.2, Whole 154, April 01, 2021
Civil War Covers Addressed to A. A. McKethan, Maurice Bursey
An Interesting Letter Describing the Town of New Bern as it Enters 1859, Andy Kupersmit
Charlotte’s Advertising Covers and Cards of the Classic Ers – 1850-1918, Toney Crumbley