Journal of the Liberian Philatelic Society

The Journal of the Liberian Philatelic Society has changed its name several times since the first issue appeared in 1966:
First series, edited by O.E. Lynch (nos. 1–82) and Stanley de Shay (nos. 83–100); volume/issue numbering of this series is erratic and not repeated here.
  • LPS Letter (June 1966 – July/Aug. 1969, 36 issues)
  • Newsletter of the LPS (Sep. 1969 – Jan./Feb. 1978, 64 issues)

Second series, edited by Henry Chlanda and Roy Mackal
  • LPS Newsletter (July/Aug. 1978 – Oct./Dec. 1988, 56 issues)
  • Journal of the LPS (Jan./Mar. 1989 – Apr./June 2016, 102 issues)

Third (current) series, edited by Travis Searls
  • LPS Journal (since Jan./Mar. 2018)

Table of Contents

by issue | by author | by subject

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The subject index is a work in progress so far covering the years 1966–1980.

  • 15c aerogramme
    • Northrop, Francis H.: Why I collect Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: 2–3[3]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Notes on Liberia’s first Jehudi Ashmun issue [Scott #309–12, #C63–64]Jan. 1970: 4–8[5]
  • 1834 stampless cover
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: An interesting stampless cover from 1834July/Aug. 1969: 2–4[2]
  • 1860 12c lilac
    • Cockrill, Philip: Liberia – 1860 twelve cents lilac. Repr. from Stamp CollectorNov./Dec. 1980: 6–9[6]
  • 1891 Postal Stationary
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: 1891 postal stationery, with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990May 1968: 3–4[3]
  • 1892 Postage Dues
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s first postage due stampsFeb. 1970: 7–8[7]
  • 1893 Provisional issue
    • Rogers, Henry H.: 1893 provisional issue [Plating of Scott #50 and #O13]Mar. 1967: 4–5[4]
    • Plating sheet
      • Rogers, Henry H.: 1893 provisional issue [Plating of Scott #50 and #O13]Mar. 1967: 4–5[5]
  • 1893 envelope
    • Smith, Norma H.: Maxi service – mini fee!June 1971: 2–3[2]
  • 1894 triangle
    • Little, Albert: The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]Nov./Dec. 1975: [3]
  • 1906 Philatelic Exhibition
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[6]
  • 1906 proofs
    • [Random notes]Oct. 1968: [1]
  • 1909 cancels
    • Dowers, Stan: Killer cancels of the 1909 issuesApr. 1969: [2]
  • 1915 Revenue
    • Kutter, Hubert: A 1915 revenue stamp and some historical notesFeb. 1972: [4]
  • 1920 Provisionals
    • Brown, Robert W.: 1920 provisionals. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Apr. 1974: 3–5, 10–11[3]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Constant varieties of the 1920 provisionals no’s: 178–182. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: [15]
  • 1921 overprints
    • Parys, Frank: Letters to the editor [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]Mar./Apr. 1976: [8]
  • 1941 First Flight covers
    • [Random notes]Mar. 1970: [1]
  • 1966 $1 definitive
    • Cockrill, Philip: An improbable connection – the 1966 $1.00 definitive and the 1972/1973 bisects [Scott #443 (Edwin J. Barclay)]Jan./Feb. 1979: 2–3[2]
  • 1972/73 bisects
    • Cockrill, Philip: An improbable connection – the 1966 $1.00 definitive and the 1972/1973 bisects [Scott #443 (Edwin J. Barclay)]Jan./Feb. 1979: 2–3[2]
  • Addenda and corrections to "A Century of Liberian Philately"
    • Rogers, Henry H.: 2nd addenda & corrections to “A Century of Liberian Philately”Sep. 1972: [2]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Third addenda and corrections to “A Century of Liberian Philately”Nov./Dec. 1974: 9–10[9]
  • Aerogrammes
    • Smith, Leonard H. & Norma H.: [Liberian aerograms]Jan. 1969: 2–5[2]
    • [Random notes]Dec. 1970: [2]
  • Air letter
    • [Random notes]Dec. 1970: [2]
  • Airmail
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
  • Airmail envelopes
    • Liberia – envelopesApr. 1970: 5–6[5]
  • American Colonization Society
    • [Random notes]June 1966: [1]
    • Hamilton, Ben: The U.S.S. Alligator [Scott #209–13]. Repr. from ?Nov. 1966: [2]
    • Tocqueville, Alexis de: [Passage containing information about the founding of Liberia]. Repr. from Democracy in America, 1832, pp. 391–4Mar. 1969: 3–5[3]
    • Brown, Robert W.: Jehudi Ashmun (1794–1828)May 1971: 2–3[2]
    • Duvall, Allen H.: A letter from the Sovereign State of Maryland in West AfricaDec. 1972: 6–9[6]
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[4]
  • Animals on stamps
    • [Random notes]June 1973: [2]
    • Smith, R.H.: Who’s who in Liberia’s zoo. Repr. from the Philatelic Reporter and Market Guide Jan. 1968Nov./Dec. 1974: 4–7[5]
    • Smith, R.H.: More news from the zooMar./Apr. 1975: 5–6[5]
  • Articles 1966-1968
    • Bibliography. Articles in LPS Letter June 1966 to Dec. 1968Feb. 1969: 4–5[4]
  • Ashmun, J.
    • Brown, Robert W.: Jehudi Ashmun (1794–1828)May 1971: 2–3[2]
    • Bell, William J.: Jehudi AshmunJuly/Aug. 1971: [2]
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[5]
  • Ashmun 1c colour error
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Sep. 1973: [4]
  • Auction results
    • 1972
      • Parys, Frank: Liberia at auction & commentsDec. 1972: [5]
    • Ashmun collection
      • [Random notes]Mar. 1968: [1]
    • Blackstamps 1979
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
    • Earl P. Apfelbaum, 1973
      • Neice, Garry G.: Prices realized at the Jackson Winters, Inc. Los Angeles, CA. auction on October 29th, 1973Jan. 1974: 10–11[10]
    • Harmer, H.R. 1972
      • Carr, Robert V.C.: Liberia at auction [H.R. Harmer sale of Jan. 11–13, 1972]Mar. 1972: [4]
    • Harmer Rooke, 1968
      • [Random notes]Apr. 1968: [1]
    • Irwin Heiman 1974
      • Neice, Garry G.: Prices realized at the Irwin Heiman sale on February 21st–23rd, 1974Apr. 1974: 19–20[19]
    • Irwin Heiman 1975
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Prices realized at the Irwin Heiman auction (Woodland Hills, CA) on February 19th–22nd, 1975Mar./Apr. 1975: 7–8[7]
    • Jackson Winters 1973
      • Neice, Garry G.: Prices realized at the Jackson Winters, Inc. Los Angeles, CA. auction on October 29th, 1973Jan. 1974: 10–11[10]
    • Jackson Winters 1975
      • Iwan, William: Auction prices [Jackson Winters, Los Angeles, auction on August 17th]July/Aug. 1975: [8]
    • John. W. Kaufmann 1980
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Joshia K. Lilly collection
      • Denison, Ellery: Liberia at auction [Robert A. Siegel auction, New York, Dec. 1968]Feb. 1969: [2]
    • M r . Stampman 1974
      • Wilbert, Robert F.: Prices realized at Mr. Stampman mail auction January 18th, 1974May/June 1974: 11–12[11]
    • Richard Wolffers 1975
      • Prices realized. Richard Wolffers, Inc., Dec. 6–7, 1974May/June 1975: 11–15[12]
    • Robert Lippert 1974
      • Parys, Frank: Prices realized at the Robert Lippert sale November 10–11th, 1973Apr. 1974: 13–18[13]
    • Robert Lippert 1980
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Robson Lowe 1977
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[1]
    • Roger Koerber 1973
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices realized at the Roger Koerber public auction held September 14th and 15th 1973, and at the Earl P. Apfelbaum public auctions during July, August and September 1973Jan. 1974: [12]
      • Parys, Frank: Prices realized at the Robert Lippert sale November 10–11th, 1973Apr. 1974: 13–18[13]
    • Roger Koerber 1975
      • Parys, Frank: [Prices realized at Roger Koerber, Southfield, Mich., auction May 10th and 11th]Sep./Oct. 1975: 9–11[9]
    • Scott #93
      • [Random notes]Mar. 1968: [1]
    • Siegel 1970
      • Denison, Ellery: Liberia at auction [Robert A. Siegel auction, New York, Oct. 8, 1969]Mar. 1970: [4]
  • Ballard, M.
    • McCary Ballard: The inverted centersJune 1968: 2–3[2]
  • Bank of British West Africa
    • Saleski, Lothar von: The Liberian–German affinityApr. 1974: 6–9, 12[9]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9[8]
  • Bar cancels
    • Ninomiya, Fred: My philatelic interests of LiberiaNov./Dec. 1975: 5–6[6]
  • Barclay, A.
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[9]
  • Bartlett, Prof. H.H.
    • Carr, Robert V.C.: [List of prices paid for Scott #1–25]Mar. 1968: [2]
    • [Random notes]Apr. 1968: [1]
    • Bartlett, Harley Harris: Liberian Stamp Society. Prospectus. Repr. from founding document 1955. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: [4]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: “I’m off to Europe”, cried President Tubman [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]Jan./Feb. 1979: 4–6[5]
  • Benson, S.A.
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
  • Bewerville
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Bibliography of the LPS Letter
    • 1969
      • Bibliography of the LPS Letter 1969Feb. 1970: 2–3[2]
    • 1970
      • Bibliography LPS Letter 1970Mar. 1971: 4–6[4]
    • 1971
      • Bibliography LPS Letter 1971Feb. 1972: 2–3[2]
    • 1972
      • Index 1972 LPS LetterMar. 1973: 2–3[2]
  • Bileski, K.
    • [Random notes]Jan. 1968: [1]
    • [Random notes]Oct. 1968: [1]
  • Bisect
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Third addenda and corrections to “A Century of Liberian Philately”Nov./Dec. 1974: 9–10[10]
    • Cockrill, Philip: Special bulletinNov./Dec. 1974: [10]
  • Blum, J.B.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Apr. 1973: 3–5[5]
  • Bolahun
    • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: The Voinjama area of LiberiaApr. 1970: 3–4[3]
  • Bomi Hills
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Bomi Hills sub-p.o.June 1968: [1]
    • [Letter from John L. Cooper, Jr., deputy postmaster general, to Gale Raymond, listing post offices opened since 1960]Sep. 1968: [2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Brown paper varieties of 1923
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal Apr./June 1992Nov. 1973: 3–11[3]
    • Saleski, Lothar von: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Jan. 1974: 3–6[3]
    • Cockrill, Philip: The brown paper varieties. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Feb. 1974: 3–5[3]
  • Bruns, F.R. Jr
    • Bileski, Kasimir: The birth of a stamp [Scott #314]Jan./Feb. 1980: 4–8[4]
    • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, printer [including letter reprinted from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1970]Mar./Apr. 1980: 2–3[3]
  • Buchanan
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Two unrecorded Liberia post officesOct. 1968: [2]
    • Raymond, Gale J.: An odd Liberia postal marking – solvedOct. 1968: [2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • CTO postmark
    • [Random notes]Nov./Dec. 1975: [8]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[3]
    • Frandsen, John: LPS profile – John FrandsenNov./Dec. 1979: 4–5[5]
  • Cancels
    • 1906 issue
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[3]
    • Manuscript
      • Cockrill, Philip: A question of Liberia [Cover with manuscript cancel letter “M”]May/June 1979: 5–6[5]
    • Nanna Krew
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[3]
    • Scott #O67
      • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[7]
    • Seepost
      • Cockrill, Philip: A question of Liberia [Cover with manuscript cancel letter “M”]May/June 1979: 5–6[5]
  • Cape Mesurado
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[3]
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[5]
  • Cape Mount
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[3]
  • Cape Palmas
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[3]
  • Carey, L. Rev.
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[5]
  • Careysburg
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Carr, Dr. Robert V.C
    • Chlanda, Henry: The Monrovia six-bar cancelSep./Oct. 1980: 2–4[2]
  • Carr, Dr. Robert V.C.
    • [Random notes]Mar. 1968: [1]
  • Centenary Souvenir Sheet, 1947
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • City Delivery Messenger
    • [Random notes]Nov./Dec. 1975: [8]
  • Classification of mail, 1960
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[10]
  • Clayashland
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Cockrill, Philip
    • Chlanda, Henry: The Monrovia six-bar cancelSep./Oct. 1980: 2–4[2]
  • Coleman, W.D.
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
  • Colour trials
    • Scott #309
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Sep. 1973: [4]
  • Cooper, J.L.
    • [Random notes]Apr. 1969: [1]
  • Copernicus Anniversary Issue
    • Liberian Philatelic Agency: Copernicus anniversary issue [Scott #653–8, #C200]Feb. 1974: [11]
  • Counterfeits
    • Kutter, Hubert: Two Liberian counterfeits [Scott #13 and #15]Sep. 1973: [5]
  • Counterland, Sloop
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[6]
  • Covers
    • Carr, Laura Kay: Covers of LiberiaFeb. 1971: [3]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Carr, Robert V.C.: New date on early coversDec. 1972: [2]
    • Duvall, Allen H.: A letter from the Sovereign State of Maryland in West AfricaDec. 1972: 6–9[6]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3[2]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993May/June 1974: 3–5[3]
    • Brown, Robert W.: The “it’s a small world” department. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: [4]
    • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[5]
    • Chlanda, Henry: A classic Liberian coverNov./Dec. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • Postage due
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: This Lark ain’t a boid! [Scott #117]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: 9–12[11]
  • Crane, A.O.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Cockrill, Philip: The brown paper varieties. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Feb. 1974: 3–5[5]
  • De La Rue & Company
    • Saleski, Lothar von: The Liberian–German affinityApr. 1974: 6–9, 12[9]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9[5]
  • Die proofs
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3[3]
    • 1918 1c - $5
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[1]
  • Dumboy
    • Iwan, William: DumboyNov./Dec. 1980: 4–5[4]
  • Elizabeth, Brig
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9[6]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendumSep./Oct. 1975: 3–9[4]
  • Emery, E.D.
    • Carr, Laura Kay: [EXFILIMA, “The Inter-American stamp exhibition”]Jan. 1972: [2]
  • Face erased
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: 1891 postal stationery, with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990May 1968: 3–4[3]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Nov. 1968: 2–3[2]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]. Repr. from LPS Letter Feb. 1967Jan./Feb. 1978: [6]
  • Farr, F.Q.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
  • Favour cancellation
    • [Random notes]Oct. 1969: [1]
  • First flight
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
  • Foreign service Fee Stamps
    • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian Foreign Service fee stamps. Preliminary note. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2007July/Aug. 1978: 6–8[6]
  • Fournier, F.
    • [Answers to Fred Farr’s questions in LPS Letter Feb. 1967]Mar. 1967: 1–2[1]
  • Foya
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[6]
  • Free Port of Monrovia
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Gaboon viper
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
  • Ganta
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Gardener, A.W.
    • [Letter from John L. Cooper, Jr., deputy postmaster general, to Gale Raymond, listing post offices opened since 1960]Sep. 1968: [2]
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia mobile post offices [also: Bong County post office souvenir cover celebrating Tubman’s birthday 29 November 1967]Nov. 1969: 3–4[3]
  • Garraway
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Gbarnga
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Gedetarbo
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Geisenhof, H.
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s U.P.U. postal cardMar./Apr. 1979: 4–6[4]
  • Gents
    • [Random notes]Sep./Oct. 1975: [2]
    • Scott #O115
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[8]
  • German National Printing Works
    • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels revisitedNov./Dec. 1975: [7]
  • German Philatelic Society German Colonies Study Group
    • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • German seapost cancels and others. AddendumMay/June 1975: [16]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendumSep./Oct. 1975: 3–9[7]
    • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels revisitedNov./Dec. 1975: [7]
  • German Seepost cancels
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
    • Chlanda, Henry & Kenneth Dening: An interesting German SEEPOST pieceJan./Feb. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Follow-up on Liberia’s U.P.U. postal cardMay/June 1979: [2]
  • Gibson. C.W.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994Mar./Apr. 1975: 3–4[4]
  • Grand Bassa
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal Apr./June 1992Nov. 1973: 3–11[3]
  • Grand Cess
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Greenville
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Hadi, M.
    • Rogers, Henry H.: [About LPS president Henry Harper Rogers]June 1966: [3]
  • Handbook of Liberian Philately
    • Bibliography (from Colonel Rogers’ book)Feb. 1968: 2–4[2]
    • Bibliography
      • [Random notes]Jan. 1968: [1]
  • Harbel
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Two unrecorded Liberia post officesOct. 1968: [2]
    • Raymond, Gale J.: An odd Liberia postal marking – solvedOct. 1968: [2]
    • Lynch, O.E.: Notes on Liberian legal-size air envelopesSep. 1969: 2–3[2]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994Mar./Apr. 1975: 3–4[4]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
    • Registration markings
      • Lynch, O.E.: Harbel registry markingsMay 1970: [4]
      • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Registration mark. Registration cancelsJune 1970: [5]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994Mar./Apr. 1975: 3–4[4]
  • Harmer, H.R.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Apr. 1973: 3–5[5]
  • Harper
    • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Registration mark. Registration cancelsJune 1970: [5]
    • Carr, Laura Kay: Covers of LiberiaFeb. 1971: [3]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendumSep./Oct. 1975: 3–9[4]
    • Cockrill, Philip: A question of Liberia [Cover with manuscript cancel letter “M”]May/June 1979: 5–6[5]
    • Chlanda, Henry: A classic Liberian coverNov./Dec. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
    • Wax seal
      • Raymond, Gale J.: Bomi Hills sub-p.o.June 1968: [1]
  • Harris, H.E.
    • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[4]
  • Harvey, C.G.S.
    • Cockrill, Philip: Liberia – 1860 twelve cents lilac. Repr. from Stamp CollectorNov./Dec. 1980: 6–9[7]
  • Hayman, H.L.
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[6]
    • Smith, Norma H.: Comments [on some “bits” from LPS Letter Feb. and Apr. 1969]June 1969: 2–3[3]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Notes on the West CompanyJune 1969: [4]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13[7]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Feb. 1974: 8–10[10]
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[10]
    • Cockrill, Philip: A reply to “An interesting German SEEPOST piece”Mar./Apr. 1979: [2]
  • Homan Estate Auction
    • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
  • Inverted centres
    • McCary Ballard: The inverted centersJune 1968: 2–3[2]
  • Jaffe, H.
    • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, my friend. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Nov. 1971: 2–3[2]
    • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, printer [including letter reprinted from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1970]Mar./Apr. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, printer [Follow-up on Bolton’s article in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1980: Scott #309–12, #C63–4 proof sheet]May/June 1980: 5–6[5]
  • Joffe, B.B.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3[3]
  • Johnson (President)
    • Absconding
      • [Answers to Fred Farr’s questions in LPS Letter Feb. 1967]Mar. 1967: 1–2[2]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: 1891 postal stationery, with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990May 1968: 3–4[3]
      • McCary Ballard: The inverted centersJune 1968: 2–3[2]
      • [Random notes]July/Aug. 1968: [1]
  • Johnson, E.
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[5]
  • Kakata P.O.
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Karnga, A.
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[6]
  • Kemeny, E.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendumSep./Oct. 1975: 3–9[4]
  • Koerpel, J.
    • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[4]
  • Kohl Handbook
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1986 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 2012May 1969: 4–7[4]
  • Kolahun
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Lagerloff Collection
    • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
  • Lamborn collection
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendumSep./Oct. 1975: 3–9[4]
  • Lark, The
    • [Random notes]Feb. 1974: [2]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: This Lark ain’t a boid! [Scott #117]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: 9–12[9]
  • Liberia air envelopes
    • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on the large size (#10) Liberian airmail envelopesNov. 1969: [1]
  • Liberia and WW1
    • Saleski, Lothar von: The Liberian–German affinityApr. 1974: 6–9, 12[7]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: This Lark ain’t a boid! [Scott #117]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: 9–12[10]
  • Liberian Field Force
    • Ninomiya, Fred: My philatelic interests of LiberiaNov./Dec. 1975: 5–6[6]
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
  • Liberian Frontier Force
    • Ninomiya, Fred: My philatelic interests of LiberiaNov./Dec. 1975: 5–6[6]
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
  • Liberian Philatelic Agency
    • Bileski, Kasimir: The birth of a stamp [Scott #314]Jan./Feb. 1980: 4–8[4]
  • Liberian Philatelic Society
    • Constitution
      • Constitution and by-laws of the Liberian Philatelc SocietyDec. 1973: 4–6[4]
    • History
      • Northrop, Francis H.: Why I collect Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: 2–3[3]
    • Membership
      • [Papermakers watermark on Scott #1]Sep. 1967: [1]
    • Prospectus
      • Bartlett, Harley Harris: Liberian Stamp Society. Prospectus. Repr. from founding document 1955. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: [4]
  • Liberian Register
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Feb. 1974: 8–10[8]
  • Liberian legal size air envelopes
    • Lynch, O.E.: Notes on Liberian legal-size air envelopesSep. 1969: 2–3[2]
  • Liberian postal cancelation
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[3]
  • Liberian postal history
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[8]
  • Marshall
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Maximum card
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]. Repr. from LPS Letter Feb. 1967Jan./Feb. 1978: [6]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s 1918 Red Cross issueNov./Dec. 1979: 2–3[2]
  • Meyer, L.
    • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels revisitedNov./Dec. 1975: [7]
  • Mobile post offices
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia mobile post offices [also: Bong County post office souvenir cover celebrating Tubman’s birthday 29 November 1967]Nov. 1969: 3–4[3]
  • Money Order Bureau postmark
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The money order bureau postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Jan. 1974: [7]
    • [Random notes]May/June 1975: [2]
  • Money order service
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[9]
    • [Random notes]May/June 1975: [2]
  • Monrovia Port Area
    • Raymond, Gale J.: “MONROVIA PORT AREA” sub-p.o.July/Aug. 1968: [2]
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Two unrecorded Liberia post officesOct. 1968: [2]
    • Raymond, Gale J.: An odd Liberia postal marking – solvedOct. 1968: [2]
  • Monrovia post office
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[8]
  • Moort, I.
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[6]
  • Mueller, E.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendumSep./Oct. 1975: 3–9[7]
  • Nanna Krew cancel
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[3]
  • Nautilus, Schooner
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[5]
  • Newport, M.
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
    • Graffell, Charles: Sharing stamps with school childrenFeb. 1973: [4]
    • Graffell, Charles: Education with Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 4–5[4]
    • Davis, Virginia: [Letter to the editor]July/Aug. 1973: [2]
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[4]
  • Northrop, F.H.
    • Northrop, Francis H.: Why I collect Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: 2–3[2]
  • Numeral postmarks
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Scott #B3 on maximum card, notes on Scott #151–2]Nov. 1967: 2–4[2]
  • Panther, Gunboat
    • Saleski, Lothar von: The Liberian–German affinityApr. 1974: 6–9, 12[7]
  • Paynesville
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Peckmore, H.L. & Sons
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: “I’m off to Europe”, cried President Tubman [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]Jan./Feb. 1979: 4–6[5]
  • Perforation error
    • Kutter, Hubert: A rare perforation error uncovered [Scott #348]May/June 1974: [6]
  • Perkins, Bacon
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Feb. 1974: 8–10[8]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: It ain't easy, Doc! [Scott #115-6 plate proofs]July/Aug. 1975: 3–5[3]
  • Perkins, Bacon & Co.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3[3]
    • Cockrill, Philip: A reply to “An interesting German SEEPOST piece”Mar./Apr. 1979: [2]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s 1918 Red Cross issueNov./Dec. 1979: 2–3[2]
  • Plate damages
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
  • Plate proofs
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3[3]
  • Pleebo
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Post Offices, US Forces
    • Raymond, Gale J.: U.S. forces post offices in LiberiaMar. 1970: 2–3[2]
  • Postage due
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994Mar./Apr. 1975: 3–4[3]
  • Postage stamps of Liberia (book) 1923
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[6]
  • Postal card
    • UPU
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s U.P.U. postal cardMar./Apr. 1979: 4–6[4]
    • defaced
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]. Repr. from LPS Letter Feb. 1967Jan./Feb. 1978: [6]
  • Postal envelopes
    • 10c
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]. Repr. from LPS Letter Feb. 1967Jan./Feb. 1978: [6]
    • defaced
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]. Repr. from LPS Letter Feb. 1967Jan./Feb. 1978: [6]
  • Postal rates
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s “INLAND POSTAGE” stamp of 1897 and its surcharged variety of 1913. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1982 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Sep. 1969: 4–13[9]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendumSep./Oct. 1975: 3–9[4]
    • Chlanda, Henry: A classic Liberian coverNov./Dec. 1979: 3–4[4]
  • Postal stationery
    • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
  • Postmarks
    • Liberian
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[4]
  • Post office, sub post offices and postal agencies 1968
    • Raymond, Gale J.: [Complete list of Liberian post offices up to Feb. 18, 1969]Apr. 1969: [5]
  • Post offices
    • 1936
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[3]
    • Liberian
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[4]
    • sub post offices and postal agencies
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: 1[1Post offices 1962]
  • Post offices opened since 1960
    • [Letter from John L. Cooper, Jr., deputy postmaster general, to Gale Raymond, listing post offices opened since 1960]Sep. 1968: [2]
  • Precancel
    • [Random notes]Nov./Dec. 1975: [8]
  • Prices for #1-#25
    • [Random notes]Mar. 1968: [1]
  • Printers
    • Jaffe, H.
      • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, printer [including letter reprinted from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1970]Mar./Apr. 1980: 2–3[2]
  • Proofs
    • 1906 issue
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #21
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #33a-34a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philately [Scott #33a, #34a]Sep./Oct. 1978: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #94
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #101
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #102
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #103
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #104
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #105
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #106
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #107
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #108
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #109
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #110
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #115-116
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Sep. 1973: [4]
    • Scott #309
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: It ain't easy, Doc! [Scott #115-6 plate proofs]July/Aug. 1975: 3–5[3]
    • Scott #309-312 Die
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #309-312 Single colour
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #312 Progressive on linen
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #312 Progressive on white
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #B19
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #C4-14
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #CB4
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #CB5
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
  • Prout, S.T.
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[6]
  • Radio Elwa Anniversary Issue
    • Liberian Philatelic Agency: Radio ELWA 20th anniversary issue [Scott #659–62]Feb. 1974: [12]
  • Railroads, Liberian
    • Cockrill, Philip: Liberia’s railroadsJuly/Aug. 1979: [2]
  • Randall Street P.O.
    • Raymond, Gale J.: New Liberian post office [RANDALL STR.]Nov. 1972: [4]
  • Raymond, G.
    • Unrecorded post offices
      • Raymond, Gale J.: Two unrecorded Liberia post officesOct. 1968: [2]
      • Raymond, Gale J.: An odd Liberia postal marking – solvedOct. 1968: [2]
  • Refunding Loan Agreement 1912
    • Saleski, Lothar von: The Liberian–German affinityApr. 1974: 6–9, 12[7]
  • Registration cancels
    • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Registration mark. Registration cancelsJune 1970: [5]
  • Registration stamps
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
  • Reichsdruckerei
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal Apr./June 1992Nov. 1973: 3–11[3]
    • Cockrill, Philip: The brown paper varieties. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Feb. 1974: 3–5[3]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3[3]
    • Frandsen, John: LPS profile – John FrandsenNov./Dec. 1979: 4–5[5]
  • Revenue stamp
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia revenue – postally used? Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Jan. 1974: 8–9[8]
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
  • Rice, S.R.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philately [Scott #33a, #34a]Sep./Oct. 1978: 2–3[3]
  • River Cess P.O.
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Roberts, J.J.
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
  • Robertsfield
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Robertsport
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Two unrecorded Liberia post officesOct. 1968: [2]
    • Raymond, Gale J.: An odd Liberia postal marking – solvedOct. 1968: [2]
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[9]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Rogers
    • 1893 Provisional Issue
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 2/3]Mar. 1967: [3]
    • Col. Henry Harper
      • Rogers, Henry H.: [About LPS president Henry Harper Rogers]June 1966: [3]
    • Collection
      • The Smithsonian press release [Col. Rogers’ collection]July/Aug. 1980: 1–2[1]
    • Handbook of Liberian Philately
      • Rogers, Henry H.: [About LPS president Henry Harper Rogers]June 1966: [3]
    • History of LPS
      • Northrop, Francis H.: Why I collect Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #195-208
      • Rogers, Henry H.: The unusual in philately. When normal is rare and error is common [Scott #195–208, #201 with normal overprint]Jan. 1967: [1]
    • Scott #264
      • Rogers, Henry H.: For the sharp eyed [Scott #285 var. “coconut” etc.]June 1967: [2]
    • Scott #285
      • Rogers, Henry H.: For the sharp eyed [Scott #285 var. “coconut” etc.]June 1967: [2]
    • Scott #313 & 328
      • [Scott #C77, #313 and #328]Jan. 1968: [2]
    • Scott #C77
      • [Scott #C77, #313 and #328]Jan. 1968: [2]
    • Scott #O112
      • Rogers, Henry H.: For the sharp eyed [Scott #285 var. “coconut” etc.]June 1967: [2]
  • Rogers Cancellation
    • Type XIII
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994Mar./Apr. 1975: 3–4[4]
    • Type XXI
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: The money order bureau postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Jan. 1974: [7]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9[4]
    • Type XXVII
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[3]
    • Type XXVIII
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[3]
    • Type XXX
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Type XXXI
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Type XXXII
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[3]
  • Rogers cancellation
    • Type III
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[4]
  • S.S. George Washington
    • [The “S.S. George Washington” on Scott #F33]. Repr. from Stamps July 14, 1951. Also repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992 and Jan./Mar. 2005Dec. 1972: [4]
  • S.S. Quail
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: This Lark ain’t a boid! [Scott #117]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: 9–12[12]
  • Salala
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Saleski, L. von
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3[2]
  • Sanbria #112
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3[3]
  • Sanniquelli
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Sanniquellio
    • [Letter from John L. Cooper, Jr., deputy postmaster general, to Gale Raymond, listing post offices opened since 1960]Sep. 1968: [2]
  • Sanoyea
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Sasstown
    • Raymond, Gale J.: Two unrecorded Liberia post officesOct. 1968: [2]
    • Raymond, Gale J.: An odd Liberia postal marking – solvedOct. 1968: [2]
  • Scott #1-3 1860
    • Scott #1-3
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991June 1972: 6–9[6]
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[9]
      • Notes on the first type
        • Watson, Harold D.: Notes on the first type of LiberiaOct. 1967: [2]
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. 2nd report. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Oct. 1972: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #1
      • Watermark
        • [Papermakers watermark on Scott #1]Sep. 1967: [1]
    • Scott #3
      • Chlanda, Henry: A classic Liberian coverNov./Dec. 1979: 3–4[2]
  • Scott #13-15 1866-1869
    • 4th printing
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991June 1972: 6–9[8]
    • Scott #13
      • Counterfeit
        • Kutter, Hubert: Two Liberian counterfeits [Scott #13 and #15]Sep. 1973: [5]
    • Scott #15
      • Counterfeit
        • Kutter, Hubert: Two Liberian counterfeits [Scott #13 and #15]Sep. 1973: [5]
  • Scott #16-20 1880
    • #Scott16
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • #Scott 17
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • #Scott18
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • #Scott19
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • #Scott 20
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • Black proofs
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Colour proofs
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Gum
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • Scott #17a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott #20
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[4]
  • Scott #21 1881
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Re: Newsletter Nov. 1972, Liberia #21Jan. 1973: 2–3[2]
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Once more: the 3c red inland #21. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: 5–7[5]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Canada
      • [Random notes]Mar. 1968: [1]
      • Cunningham, C.J.: 3 Cents S.Q. and Liberia, Scott’s No. 21. Repr. from Maple Leaves 124, Vol. 13(4), Apr. 1970Nov. 1972: [2]
    • Cracked 'A'
      • [Random notes]May 1968: [1]
      • Raymond, Gale J.: Bomi Hills sub-p.o.June 1968: [1]
    • Forgeries
      • Ninomiya, Fred: My philatelic interests of LiberiaNov./Dec. 1975: 5–6[6]
    • Proofs
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
  • Scott #24-31 1885
    • Dowers, Stan: The numeral issues of Liberia Scott #24–31Feb. 1969: [3]
    • [Random notes]Sep. 1971: [1]
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. 2nd report. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Oct. 1972: 2–4[3]
    • Scott #24
      • [Random notes]May 1967: [1]
    • Scott #25a
      • [Random notes]Jan. 1969: [1]
    • Scott #26a
      • [Random notes]Jan. 1969: [1]
    • Scott #27a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #28a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #31
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #32 1889
    • Scott #32a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #33-49 1892-96
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991June 1972: 6–9[7]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott #33-39
      • Anon.: Liberia 1892–96 pictorials (Scott’s 33–39 “colors”)Sep. 1971: [5]
    • Scott #33a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philately [Scott #33a, #34a]Sep./Oct. 1978: 2–3[3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #34
      • Chlanda, Henry: The Monrovia six-bar cancelSep./Oct. 1980: 2–4[3]
    • Scott #34a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philately [Scott #33a, #34a]Sep./Oct. 1978: 2–3[3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #35
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #35a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[1]
    • Scott #36
      • Seepost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
      • Surcharge colour
        • Rogers, Henry H.: 1893 provisional issue [Plating of Scott #50 and #O13]Mar. 1967: 4–5[4]
      • Surcharge layout
        • Rogers, Henry H.: 1893 provisional issue [Plating of Scott #50 and #O13]Mar. 1967: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #37
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[7]
    • Scott #37a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #38
      • Seepost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #40
      • Money order bureau cancel
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9[7]
    • Scott #42
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
      • Seepost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #45
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
      • Seepost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #47
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #47a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #47b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #48
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
      • Seepost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #49
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #49a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #50
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
  • Scott #51
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
  • Scott #52-53 1894
    • Scott #52
      • Little, Albert: The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]Nov./Dec. 1975: [3]
    • Scott #52a
      • Little, Albert: The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]Nov./Dec. 1975: [3]
    • Scott #52b
      • Little, Albert: The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]Nov./Dec. 1975: [3]
    • Scott #53
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #53a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
  • Scott #54-63 1897-1905
    • Scott #55
      • Seepost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #56
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #57
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #58
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #59
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #60
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #61
      • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
      • Seapost cancel
        • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #62
      • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #62a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
      • [Random notes]June 1972: [1]
  • Scott #64B-64F 1901-2 Handstamped
    • Scott #64C
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Scott #64f
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #65-81 1901-2 OS Printed
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #66
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #69
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #70
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott #73
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #77A
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #79
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott #81
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #81a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott 79var
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
  • Scott #82-90 1901-2 Handstamped
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #88var
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
  • Scott #91-93 1902
    • Scott #91
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott #91a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #92
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Scott #92/92a pair
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #92a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Scott #93
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #93a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #94 1903
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: It ain't easy, Doc! [Scott #115-6 plate proofs]July/Aug. 1975: 3–5[4]
    • Proofs
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #94a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Seapost cancel
      • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Seepost cancel;
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[4]
    • Watermark
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
  • Scott #95-97 1903
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #98-100 1904
    • Scott #98
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
    • Scott #100
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #101-113 1906
    • Errors
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Proofs
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #101
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
      • Lynch, O.E.: Notes on Liberian legal-size air envelopesSep. 1969: 2–3[2]
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[7]
    • Scott #101a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #102
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
      • Lynch, O.E.: Notes on Liberian legal-size air envelopesSep. 1969: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #102 a/b var
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #102
      • Issue date
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[4]
      • Seepost cancel
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5[4]
    • Scott #102a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #103
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #103a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #103a var
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #104
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #104a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #105
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #106
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
      • Brown & black
        • [Random notes]May 1968: [1]
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Bomi Hills sub-p.o.June 1968: [1]
        • [Random notes]July/Aug. 1968: [1]
      • Proofs
        • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #106a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #106b
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #107
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
      • Trial colour plate proofs
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #108
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #109
      • Trial colour block
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
      • Trial colour plate proof sheets
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #109b
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #110
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #110b
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #111a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #112
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #112a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #113
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #113 var
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
  • Scott #114 1908
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
  • Scott #115-125 1909-12
    • Errors
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #116a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #117a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #118
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Scott #119a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #120a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #115-125
    • Scott #115
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #115-117
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Feb. 1974: 8–10[8]
    • Scott #117
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #118
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #118b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #119-125
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Feb. 1974: 8–10[8]
    • Scott #120
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #121
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #122
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #123
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #124
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
  • Scott #126-127E 1910-12
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #126b
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
    • Scott #127
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #127a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #127b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Surcharge
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Re: Newsletter Nov. 1972, Liberia #21Jan. 1973: 2–3[3]
      • Brown, Robert W.: Number 126 varietyJan. 1973: [3]
  • Scott #128 1913
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s “INLAND POSTAGE” stamp of 1897 and its surcharged variety of 1913. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1982 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Sep. 1969: 4–13[4]
    • Michener, Howard P.: Comments on article in Sept. 1969 Letter [Scott #64 and #128]Apr. 1970: [7]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9[7]
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Scott #128a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #128d
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
  • Scott #129-133
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1986 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 2012May 1969: 4–7[4]
    • Parys, Frank: Letters to the editor [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]Mar./Apr. 1976: [8]
    • Scott #129
      • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: [3]
      • [Random notes]Feb. 1971: [2]
    • Scott #130
      • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: [3]
    • Scott #131
      • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: [3]
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
    • Scott #132
      • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: [3]
    • Scott #133
      • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: [3]
  • Scott #134-135 1915
    • Saleski, Lothar von: The Liberian–German affinityApr. 1974: 6–9, 12[9]
    • Scott #135
      • Brownish paper
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Re: New date on early cover in Dec. 1972 LetterJan. 1973: [4]
        • Barham, Terry: New find? [Scott #135 on brownish paper]Jan. 1973: [4]
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[10]
  • Scott #136-156 1915-16
    • Scott #126
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #141
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #142
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #146
      • Inverted surcharge
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Apr. 1973: 3–5[3]
    • Scott #146a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #147
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Apr. 1973: 3–5[3]
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
      • Type m surcharge
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #148
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #151
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #151-152
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Scott #B3 on maximum card, notes on Scott #151–2]Nov. 1967: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #152
      • Brown, Robert W.: Scott #152 – Minkus #252 – Gibbons #211–220Mar. 1972: [5]
    • Scott #153
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Scott #153-154
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1986 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 2012May 1969: 4–7[4]
    • Scott #153a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #153b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #153c
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #154
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
  • Scott #157-159 1916
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
    • Kutter, Hubert: A 1915 revenue stamp and some historical notesFeb. 1972: [4]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4[3]
    • Scott #157
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Ungummed
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4[3]
  • Scott #160-161 1917
    • Scott #O161
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #163-175 1918
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #163
      • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: A hunting we will go – bongo hunting that isMay 1970: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #166
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #167
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #169
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #171
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #176-182 1920
    • CEETS
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Scott #176
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
    • Scott #176b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #176c
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #178-178e
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13[11]
    • Scott #178-182
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Constant varieties of the 1920 provisionals no’s: 178–182. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: [15]
    • Scott #178a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #178b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #178c
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #179
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
      • [Random notes]Apr. 1974: [2]
    • Scott #179-179g
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13[11]
    • Scott #180
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Unlisted errors & varietiesSep. 1971: 3–4[3]
      • Cockrill, Philip: [Answers to questiones from previous Newsletter issues]Sep. 1972: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #180-180f
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13[11]
    • Scott #180b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #180d
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #181-181a
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13[11]
    • Scott #182a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #182b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott 182-182c
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13[11]
  • Scott #183-194 1921
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #183
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[3]
    • Scott #184
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #188
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #191
      • Postally used
        • [Random notes]May 1968: [1]
  • Scott #195-208 1921 Overprinted
    • Rogers, Henry H.: The unusual in philately. When normal is rare and error is common [Scott #195–208, #201 with normal overprint]Jan. 1967: [1]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #195
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[3]
  • Scott #209-213 1923
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott #213
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
  • Scott #214-227
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Brownish paper
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal Apr./June 1992Nov. 1973: 3–11[3]
    • Scott #216
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
    • Scott #222
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[5]
      • Iwan, William: DumboyNov./Dec. 1980: 4–5[4]
  • Scott #228-228a
    • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
  • Scott #229
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Unlisted errors & varietiesSep. 1971: 3–4[3]
    • Cockrill, Philip: [Answers to questiones from previous Newsletter issues]Sep. 1972: 5–6[5]
  • Scott #230-236 1928
    • Scott #230
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #233
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #236
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
  • Scott #248-258 1936
    • Scott #248
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
    • Scott #249
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
    • Scott #254
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
    • Scott #256
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
    • Scott #257
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
  • Scott #259-270 1936
    • Page, Ernest W.: For a real challenge, try Liberia. Repr. from Stamp Collector Jan. 20, 1979July/Aug. 1979: 4–6[4]
    • Scott #260
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Scott #264
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
      • Missing '6'
        • Rogers, Henry H.: For the sharp eyed [Scott #285 var. “coconut” etc.]June 1967: [2]
    • Scott #264a
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
    • Scott #270
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • Scott #271-276 1937
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #277-279 1940
    • First day cover
      • Northrop, Francis H.: Why I collect Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #278
      • [Random notes]May 1972: [1]
  • Scott #283-288 1942
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #285
      • Rogers, Henry H.: For the sharp eyed [Scott #285 var. “coconut” etc.]June 1967: [2]
    • Scott #288a
      • Dening, Kenneth: Waxed paper on mint stampsJuly/Aug. 1971: [1]
  • Scott #296-7 1945
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
    • Page, Ernest W.: A curious coverSep./Oct. 1979: 5–6[6]
    • FDC
      • Page, Ernest W.: A curious coverSep./Oct. 1979: 5–6[6]
  • Scott #299 1947
    • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
  • Scott #301-4 1947
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
    • Graffell, Charles: Education with Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 4–5[5]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #309-312 1949
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, printer [including letter reprinted from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1970]Mar./Apr. 1980: 2–3[2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Die
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Die proofs
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Perforations
      • Rouse, F.D.: Observations [Scott #309–12, #C63–4]May 1969: [2]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Notes on Liberia’s first Jehudi Ashmun issue [Scott #309–12, #C63–64]Jan. 1970: 4–8[7]
    • Single colour
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
  • Scott #309
    • Colour error
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
  • Scott #309a
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Sep. 1973: [4]
  • Scott #312
    • Imperf corner blocks
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Imperf corner blocks Specimen
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Imperf corner blocks Szyk
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Progressive on linen
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Progressive on white
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
  • Scott #313-327
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The president who was short-changed [Scott #313–27]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991June 1972: 4–5[4]
    • Iwan, William: President James S. Smith?Mar./Apr. 1980: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #135
      • Chlanda, Henry: Obtaining stamps the Liberian styleSep./Oct. 1979: 3–5[4]
    • Scott #314
      • Chlanda, Henry: Obtaining stamps the Liberian styleSep./Oct. 1979: 3–5[4]
      • Bileski, Kasimir: The birth of a stamp [Scott #314]Jan./Feb. 1980: 4–8[4]
    • Scott #321
      • Chlanda, Henry: Obtaining stamps the Liberian styleSep./Oct. 1979: 3–5[4]
  • Scott #313
    • Postally used
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 2/3]Mar. 1967: [3]
    • Reprint
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Scott #B3 on maximum card, notes on Scott #151–2]Nov. 1967: 2–4[2]
      • [Scott #C77, #313 and #328]Jan. 1968: [2]
      • [Random notes]Mar. 1968: [1]
  • Scott #330-331 1950
    • Imperf Specimen
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
  • Scott #332-337
    • Scott #334
      • Sheet
        • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #335
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Specimen
      • [Random notes]Mar. 1969: [2]
    • Vignette
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
  • Scott #332-340a 1952
    • Stegenga, William: The 1952 Ashmun stampsMay/June 1980: 3–4[3]
    • Errors
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Plate numbers
      • Stegenga, William: The 1952 Ashmun stampsMay/June 1980: 3–4[4]
    • Scott #340a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
  • Scott #338
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • Scott #340a
    • [Random notes]July/Aug. 1973: [1]
  • Scott #341-346 1953
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
    • Scott #345
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[7]
  • Scott #347-349 1955
    • Miniature proof sheets
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
    • Scott #348
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993May/June 1974: 3–5[5]
  • Scott #364-367 1957
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The case of the trees with itchy feet [1957 Antoinette Tubman Child Welfare Foundation issue: Scott #364–7, #C111–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992July/Aug. 1973: [3]
  • Scott #368-370 1958
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: “I’m off to Europe”, cried President Tubman [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]Jan./Feb. 1979: 4–6[5]
    • Scott #370
      • Imperf proofs
        • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #371-378 1958-60
    • Colour variants
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 2/3]Mar. 1967: [3]
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • Scott #397-398 1961
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #434-443A 1966-69
    • Scott #434-443a
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. 2nd report. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Oct. 1972: 2–4[3]
    • Scott #441
      • [Random notes]Oct. 1969: [1]
      • [Random notes]Feb. 1971: [2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
    • Scott #442
      • [Random notes]Feb. 1971: [2]
  • Scott #483-485 1968
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #653-658 1973
    • Liberian Philatelic Agency: Copernicus anniversary issue [Scott #653–8, #C200]Feb. 1974: [11]
  • Scott #659-662 1974
    • Liberian Philatelic Agency: Radio ELWA 20th anniversary issue [Scott #659–62]Feb. 1974: [12]
  • Scott #703-708 1975
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #B1-B2 1915
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #B1
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
      • Lynch, O.E.: Varieties of the figure “2” on #s B1–2July/Aug. 1971: [3]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993May/June 1974: 3–5[3]
    • Scott #B2
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
      • Lynch, O.E.: Varieties of the figure “2” on #s B1–2July/Aug. 1971: [3]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993May/June 1974: 3–5[3]
  • Scott #B3-B15 1918
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s 1918 Red Cross issueNov./Dec. 1979: 2–3[2]
    • CTO
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s 1918 Red Cross issueNov./Dec. 1979: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #B6
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #B9
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s 1918 Red Cross issueNov./Dec. 1979: 2–3[2]
    • Scott #B15
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s 1918 Red Cross issueNov./Dec. 1979: 2–3[2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #B3-B15
    • Scott #B3
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Scott #B9a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #B13
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
    • Scott B15
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
  • Scott #B19
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
  • Scott #C1-C3 1936
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #C3A-C3F 1936
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
  • Scott #C4-13 1938
    • Proofs
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #C5
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[4]
    • Scott #C9
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[4]
    • Scott #C13
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[4]
  • Scott #C14-C16
    • Scott #C14
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #C15
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
    • Scott #C16
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[8]
  • Scott #C17-C26 194
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philately [Scott #33a, #34a]Sep./Oct. 1978: 2–3[3]
  • Scott #C17-C26 1941
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Bars
      • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[4]
    • Gum
      • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[4]
    • Inverted overprint
      • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[4]
    • Scott #C17
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[6]
    • Scott #C23
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[4]
  • Scott #C27-36 1942
    • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[4]
  • Scott #C38-C39
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Nov. 1968: 2–3[2]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9; enlarged and illustrated version of Nov. 1968 article]. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 4–7[4]
  • Scott #C45-C50
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #C45
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #C46a
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Scott #C47
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #C48b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Unlisted errors & varietiesSep. 1971: 3–4[4]
  • Scott #C54-56 1947
    • Scott #C56a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
  • Scott #C57 1947
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
  • Scott #C61-62
    • pair
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #C63-64 1949
    • Perforations
      • [Random notes]May 1969: [1]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Notes on Liberia’s first Jehudi Ashmun issue [Scott #309–12, #C63–64]Jan. 1970: 4–8[7]
  • Scott #C67 1950
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Imperf Specimen
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #C67a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[1]
  • Scott #C68-69 1952
    • C69
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
    • Proofs, Specimen
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #C68
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Scott #C68a
      • [Random notes]Oct. 1968: [1]
    • Scott #C69
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Scott #C69a
      • [Random notes]Oct. 1968: [1]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
      • Vignettes
        • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Vignette
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
  • Scott #C70a
    • [Random notes]July/Aug. 1973: [1]
  • Scott #C77
    • [Scott #C77, #313 and #328]Jan. 1968: [2]
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s UNICEF stamp [Scott #C77]July/Aug. 1980: 2–3[2]
  • Scott #C90
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • Scott #C95
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • Scott #C100-102 1956
    • Scott #C100
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #C101
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #C102
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #C103
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
  • Scott #C111-113 1957
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The case of the trees with itchy feet [1957 Antoinette Tubman Child Welfare Foundation issue: Scott #364–7, #C111–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992July/Aug. 1973: [3]
  • Scott #C114-C117 1958
    • Scott #C114-C115
      • Imperf proofs
        • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #C117
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: “I’m off to Europe”, cried President Tubman [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]Jan./Feb. 1979: 4–6[6]
  • Scott #C121a
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • Scott #C124
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • Scott #C128-C129 1960
    • Scott #C129
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[6]
  • Scott #C129
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
  • Scott #C130-131
    • Scott #C130
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #C131
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #C132
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #C134
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #C151-C152
    • Chlanda, Henry: Obtaining stamps the Liberian styleSep./Oct. 1979: 3–5[4]
  • Scott #C161
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #C169a
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #CB4-CB6
    • Scott #CB4
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #CB5
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #CB6
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
  • Scott #CE1
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3[3]
  • Scott #E1
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3[2]
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
  • Scott #F1-F5 1893
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[1]
    • Scott #F1
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #F2 var
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #F5
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
  • Scott #F2
    • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #F4
    • [Answers to Fred Farr’s questions in LPS Letter Feb. 1967]Mar. 1967: 1–2[1]
  • Scott #F10-14 1903
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13[8]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Constant varieties of the 1920 provisionals no’s: 178–182. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: [15]
    • Scott #F10
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #F10a-14a
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13[8]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #F11
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #F12
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
  • Scott #F15-19 1919
    • Scott #F15
      • [Random notes]Mar. 1969: [2]
    • Scott #F16
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
    • Scott #F17
      • Cockrill, Philip: More on the good old daysMar./Apr. 1976: 9–10[9]
    • Scott #F18
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #F19
      • [Random notes]Mar. 1969: [2]
  • Scott #F20-24 1921
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Imperf
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #F20
      • [Random notes]July/Aug. 1971: [4]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #F21
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #F22
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #F23
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #F24
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
  • Scott #F25-F29 1921 Overprinted
    • Scott #F25
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #F26
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #F27
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #F28
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #F29
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
  • Scott #F33
    • [The “S.S. George Washington” on Scott #F33]. Repr. from Stamps July 14, 1951. Also repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992 and Jan./Mar. 2005Dec. 1972: [4]
  • Scott #F35
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
  • Scott #J1-J2 1892
    • Scott #J1b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #J1c
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
  • Scott #J3-J9 1893
    • Scott #J8a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #J3-J9
    • Scott #J2b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[5]
    • Scott #J8
      • Cover
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994Mar./Apr. 1975: 3–4[3]
  • Scott #M1-M7 1916
    • Scott #M1
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[1]
    • Scott #M2
      • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5[4]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #M3
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #M3-4
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott #M5
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #M6
      • Chlanda, Henry: Another crazy Liberian variety [Scott #M6]Nov./Dec. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #M6-7
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott M6
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #O1-O12 1892
    • Scott #O5
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #O7
      • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[9]
    • Scott #O10
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O11
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #O13
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
  • Scott #O14
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
  • Scott #O15-O25 1894
    • Scott #O15
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #O17a
      • Little, Albert: The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]Nov./Dec. 1975: [3]
    • Scott #O17b
      • Little, Albert: The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]Nov./Dec. 1975: [3]
    • Scott #O23
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O24
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O25
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #O28-O42 1898-1905
    • Scott #O29a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #O30
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #O32
      • Seapost cancel
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
  • Scott #O43
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Dowers, Stan: Killer cancels of the 1909 issuesApr. 1969: [2]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: It ain't easy, Doc! [Scott #115-6 plate proofs]July/Aug. 1975: 3–5[4]
    • Seapost cancel
      • [Random notes]June 1969: [1]
      • Smith, Norma H.: Comments [on some “bits” from LPS Letter Feb. and Apr. 1969]June 1969: 2–3[2]
  • Scott #O44
    • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
  • Scott #O46-O58 1906
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
    • Errors
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #48b
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #O47a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O47b
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #O48a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #O48b
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O49
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O49b
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O50
      • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #O50c
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O51
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: The money order bureau postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Jan. 1974: [7]
    • Scott #O55a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9[7]
    • Scott #O56
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #O57a
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
    • Scott #O57var
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #O58
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Scott #O58a
      • [Random notes]Feb. 1968: [1]
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
  • Scott #O59-O68 1909-12
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Errors
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #O60
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Feb. 1974: 8–10[8]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]. Repr. from LPS Letter Feb. 1967Jan./Feb. 1978: [6]
    • Scott #O62
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #O63-69
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #O64
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Feb. 1974: 8–10[8]
    • Scott #O65
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #O65-90
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #O66
      • [Random notes]Nov. 1967: [1]
    • Scott #O67
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #O67a
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O68
      • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[7]
  • Scott #O69
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
  • Scott #O70-O71 1910-12
    • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #O71b
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
  • Scott #O72-O75 1914
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #O72
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O73
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O74
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O75
      • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #O73
    • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: [3]
  • Scott #O74
    • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: [3]
    • Richards, Thomas J.: Varieties on a sheet of Scott #O73July/Aug. 1974: [4]
  • Scott #O76-O85
    • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: [3]
    • Scott #O83
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Apr. 1973: 3–5[3]
    • Scott #O84
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Apr. 1973: 3–5[3]
  • Scott #O93
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1986 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 2012May 1969: 4–7[4]
  • Scott #O96 1917
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Scott #O96a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
  • Scott #O98-O110 1918
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #O100
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #O102
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #O104
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #O108
      • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6[5]
  • Scott #O111-O112 1920
    • Scott #O111a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O111b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O111c
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O111d
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O112
      • Rogers, Henry H.: For the sharp eyed [Scott #285 var. “coconut” etc.]June 1967: [2]
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • Scott #O112a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O112b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O112c
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O112d
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
  • Scott #O113-O126 1921
    • Scott #O116
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[3]
    • Scott #O117
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[3]
  • Scott #O127-O140 1921 Overprinted
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[1]
    • Scott #O127
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
    • Scott #O128
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18[16]
  • Scott #O141-154
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal Apr./June 1992Nov. 1973: 3–11[3]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3[2]
  • Scott #O141-154 1923
    • Scott #O149a
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
  • Scott #O141-154
    • Scott #O149
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6[5]
  • Scott #O155
    • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[8]
    • [Random notes]Jan. 1971: [2]
    • Brown, Robert W.: Further notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Dec. 1971: [2]
    • [Random notes]Sep./Oct. 1975: [2]
    • Gents
      • [Random notes]Sep./Oct. 1975: [2]
    • Scott #O155b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
  • Scott #O156a
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
  • Scott #O157
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O157a
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O157b
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
    • Scott #O157c
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
  • Scott #O158-O164 1928
    • Scott #O164
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[9]
  • Scott #O165 1945
    • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
  • Scott 54 1897
    • Scott #64
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s “INLAND POSTAGE” stamp of 1897 and its surcharged variety of 1913. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1982 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Sep. 1969: 4–13[4]
      • Michener, Howard P.: Comments on article in Sept. 1969 Letter [Scott #64 and #128]Apr. 1970: [7]
      • [Random notes]June 1971: [1]
      • [Random notes]May 1972: [1]
      • Farr, Frederick Q.: It ain't easy, Doc! [Scott #115-6 plate proofs]July/Aug. 1975: 3–5[4]
      • Seapost cancel
        • [Random notes]Nov. 1972: 5–6[5]
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[2]
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: [8]
    • Scott #64a
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[6]
  • Scott 64 1897
    • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]July/Aug. 1979: 7–9[8]
    • Scott #64D
      • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[2]
  • Scott 288A-295 1944-46
    • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3[3]
    • Scott #289
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
      • pair
        • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #290
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Scott #290a
      • Brown, Robert W.: 1944–1946 provisional issue. Scott #290A – 2c on 5c ultramarine. Plating sheetSep. 1972: [3]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
    • Scott #292
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[7]
    • Scott #292a
      • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5[4]
      • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2[2]
  • Scott catalogue
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5[4]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10[7]
    • Smith, R.H.: More news from the zooMar./Apr. 1975: 5–6[5]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: [2]
    • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2[1]
  • Sekula, B.
    • [Random notes]Nov. 1972: 5–6[6]
    • Cockrill, Philip: The brown paper varieties. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Feb. 1974: 3–5[5]
    • Parys, Frank: Letters to the editor [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]Mar./Apr. 1976: [8]
  • Semi-postals
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993May/June 1974: 3–5[3]
  • Senf Katalog
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal Apr./June 1992Nov. 1973: 3–11[5]
  • Sinoe
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[8]
  • Six bar cancel
    • Chlanda, Henry: The Monrovia six-bar cancelSep./Oct. 1980: 2–4[2]
    • Scott #34
      • Chlanda, Henry: The Monrovia six-bar cancelSep./Oct. 1980: 2–4[3]
  • Souvenir sheet
    • Scott #C69a
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Sep. 1973: [4]
  • Special delivery stamps
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3[2]
  • Specialised stamp catalogue, Saleski
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberia 1975 specialized catalogMay/June 1974: [9]
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberia 1975 specialized catalog. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: [19]
    • Cockrill, Philip: The Liberian specialized catalogNov./Dec. 1974: [11]
  • Specimen
    • 13 types
      • Rogers, Henry H.: Specimens of LiberiaMay 1972: 3–4[3]
    • Scott #309
      • Saleski, Lothar von: Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Sep. 1973: [4]
    • Scott #312 Imperf corner blocks
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #330-331 Imperf
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #C67 Imperf
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #C68-69
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Waterlow & Sons
      • [Random notes]Nov. 1972: 5–6[5]
  • Spiro brothers
    • Kutter, Hubert: Two Liberian counterfeits [Scott #13 and #15]Sep. 1973: [5]
  • State Printing Office, Berlin
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 2/3]Mar. 1967: [3]
    • [Random notes]May 1967: [1]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Constant varieties of the 1920 provisionals no’s: 178–182. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: [15]
  • Stolow, J&H
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3[2]
  • Stolow, J.H.
    • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8[4]
  • Strong, Brig
    • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7[5]
  • Suakoko
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Szyk, A.
    • Jaffe, Herman: [Letter to Joseph R. Bolton about Arthur Szyk]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Dec. 1970: 3–4[3]
    • Brown, Robert W.: Jehudi Ashmun (1794–1828)May 1971: 2–3[2]
    • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, my friend. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Nov. 1971: 2–3[2]
    • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, printer [including letter reprinted from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1970]Mar./Apr. 1980: 2–3[2]
  • Tappita
    • [Random notes]May 1967: [1]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Tchien
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Totota
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • U.P.U.
    • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12[9]
  • U.P.U. Issue 1949
    • Charland, Walter E.: Odd UPU S.S. [Scott #C67a]Mar. 1970: [6]
  • U.P.U. Postal Card
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s U.P.U. postal cardMar./Apr. 1979: 4–6[4]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Follow-up on Liberia’s U.P.U. postal cardMay/June 1979: [2]
  • U.S. Forces Post Offices
    • Raymond, Gale J.: U.S. forces post offices in LiberiaMar. 1970: 2–3[2]
  • U.S.S. Alligator
    • Hamilton, Ben: The U.S.S. Alligator [Scott #209–13]. Repr. from ?Nov. 1966: [2]
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[7]
  • United States Trading Company
    • Saleski, Lothar von: The Liberian–German affinityApr. 1974: 6–9, 12[9]
  • Vignette
    • Scott #333-337
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #334 Sheet
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #C68 Vignette
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
    • Scott #C69a Vignettes
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[9]
    • Scott #CB6
      • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10[10]
  • Voinjama
    • [Letter from John L. Cooper, Jr., deputy postmaster general, to Gale Raymond, listing post offices opened since 1960]Sep. 1968: [2]
    • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: The Voinjama area of LiberiaApr. 1970: 3–4[4]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Vorlaufer publication
    • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels revisitedNov./Dec. 1975: [7]
  • Walton, E.M.
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3[2]
  • Warner, D.B.
    • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3[2]
  • Waterlow & Sons
    • Anon.: Liberia 1892–96 pictorials (Scott’s 33–39 “colors”)Sep. 1971: [5]
    • Rogers, Henry H.: Specimens of LiberiaMay 1972: 3–4[3]
    • [Random notes]Nov. 1972: 5–6[5]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4[3]
    • Little, Albert: The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]Nov./Dec. 1975: [3]
    • [Random notes]Mar./Apr. 1976: [11]
    • watermark
      • Random notes [Liberia’s first watermark]Jan./Feb. 1978: [7]
  • Watermark
    • Ninomiya, Fred: My philatelic interests of LiberiaNov./Dec. 1975: 5–6[6]
    • [Random notes]Mar./Apr. 1976: [11]
    • Waterlow & Sons
      • Random notes [Liberia’s first watermark]Jan./Feb. 1978: [7]
  • Watson, Harold D.
    • Watson, Harold D.: Notes on the first type of LiberiaOct. 1967: [2]
  • Waxed paper
    • Dening, Kenneth: Waxed paper on mint stampsJuly/Aug. 1971: [1]
  • Webbo
    • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Registration mark. Registration cancelsJune 1970: [5]
  • Weebo
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • West, J.W.
    • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7[6]
  • West Company
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Notes on the West CompanyJune 1969: [4]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9[9]
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3[2]
  • White Plains
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Woermann Line
    • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s “INLAND POSTAGE” stamp of 1897 and its surcharged variety of 1913. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1982 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Sep. 1969: 4–13[11]
    • Cockrill, Philip: The brown paper varieties. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Feb. 1974: 3–5[3]
    • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels revisitedNov./Dec. 1975: [7]
  • Wright, E.A. Bank Note Company
    • Cockrill, Philip: An improbable connection – the 1966 $1.00 definitive and the 1972/1973 bisects [Scott #443 (Edwin J. Barclay)]Jan./Feb. 1979: 2–3[2]
    • Bileski, Kasimir: The birth of a stamp [Scott #314]Jan./Feb. 1980: 4–8[4]
  • Zorzor
    • [Random notes]Dec. 1969: [1]
    • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: [1]
  • Zwedru
    • [Letter from John L. Cooper, Jr., deputy postmaster general, to Gale Raymond, listing post offices opened since 1960]Sep. 1968: [2]