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StampShow Aug. 21-24. 2014, Hartford, CT

The crowd is ready to shop as they enter StampShow.


The registration area is busy.

USPS Hudson River School stamps First Day Ceremony. Edward F. Phelan Jr., Vice President, Delivery & Post Office Operations, USPS and Susan McGowan, Director of Stamp Services, USPS


Leann Theriault is installed as the Hartford Postmaster.

Marshall Islands Endangered Amphibians and Reptiles First Day Ceremony. Adam Harris (right) of Harris In Wonderland — Pets and Educational Events and Chris Calle (left) Stamp Designer.


2014 Luff Honorees: Rich Drews, Exceptional Contributions to Philately; Edward J.J. Grabowski, Distinguished Philatelic Research; and Janet Klug, Outstanding Service to the American Philatelic Society.

Stephen Reinhard (left), APS President presents Gordon Eubanks the Benjamin & Naomi Wishnietsky World Series Champion of Champions Award for his exhibit The United States Imperforate Issues of 1851-1856.


Stephen Reinhard presents William Sandrik the Open Competition Grand award for his exhibit “Austrian Lloyd Steam Navigation Company, 1839-1914.

Ralph Nafziger, Don Heller, Bruce Marsden, Bob Rufe, and Gary Hendren at the Champion of Champions Exhibitors reception.


Ed Andrews, Alan Warren, and Paul Goodwin chat prior to the Tiffany Dinner.

APS Staff, Wendy Masorti, Barb Boal, and Rick Banks, talk with Lamar and Jean Stout at the APS booth.


Bill Dixon, APS Sales Division Circuit Manager, shows attendees sales circuit books.

Mercer Bristow, APS Director of Expertizing, discusses APS expertizing service with an attendee.


Tom Lera and Tara Murray, APRL Librarian, at the Campaign for Philately booth.

Michael Bloom (left) talks with attendees about their collection at the StampBuddy booth.


Children “root” through stamps in the Youth Area.

“Digging” for stamps at Stamps by the Bucket table.


Janet Houser, APS Youth Coordinator, teaches stamp collecting at the Stamp Collecting Merit Badge Workshop.

in Your Attic was busy assisting attendees with information and suggestions on what they can do with their collections.


The USPS area.

Cachetmakers sell their cachets.


Attendees look at exhibits.

Young Philatelic Leaders Fellows take time out of their busy schedule for a photo.


The show floor.

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