Literature on Liberian Philately

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Books

    1. Cockrill, Philip: Handbook series. Published by House of Antiquity.
      1. The Cromwell Correspondence on the Anglo-Liberian Boundary Commission 1879. 24pp (12/1979).
      2. The Cancellations and Postmarks on the First Issues (1860-1869 & 1880). 8pp (12/1979).
      3. Plating of the First Issues 1860-1869. 28pp (12/1979).
      4. Forgeries of the First Issues 1860-1880. 44pp (12/1980).
      5. Revenue Stamps. 20pp (12/1980).
      6. External Postmarkings on Liberian Stamps. 20pp (12/1980).
      7. German Maritime Cancellations on Liberian Stamps. 32pp (12/1980).
      8. The Internal Postmarks and Cancellations. 48pp (12/1980).
      9. The Provisional Surcharged Issues 1892-1918. 40pp (12/1981).
      10. The Elder Dempster Line and British Paquebot Cancellations. 32pp (12/1981).
      1. The Provisional Surcharged Issues 1920-1927. 28pp (12/1981).
      2. The Provisional Surcharged Issues 1918 and 1936-1945. 44pp (12/1981).
      3. Plating the 1880 Issues. 32pp (12/1983).
      4. Plating the 1881 3 Cents and 1882 Numeral Issues. 60pp (12/1983).
      5. Postal History and Stamps 1835-1945. 88pp (07/1984).
    2. Rogers, Henry Harper (1971): A Century of Liberian Philately. Published by Kasimir Bileski. 204pp.
    3. Lynch, O. E. & Robert W. Brown (1972): Liberian Philatelic Material. Published by authors, Springfield, U.S.A. 62 pp.
    4. von Saleski, Lothar (1975): Liberia Specialized Catalogue. Printed by Stanley De Shay. 325pp.
    5. Shoemaker, Robert E. (2012): Liberian Postal Stationery. Published by The United Postal Stationery Society. 180pp.
    6. Akerman, Clive, Bryant E. Korn & Joe Ross (2012): The Revenue Stamps of Liberia. Published by The Revenue Society. 24pp.

Publications of the Liberian Philatelic Society

  • by issue | by author

    1. First series 1966 to 1978 (LPS Letter / LPS Newsletter)
      1. June 1966
        • Rogers, Henry H.: [About LPS president Henry Harper Rogers]3
        • [Plating of Scott #292A]4
      2. July 1966
      3. Aug. 1966
        • Lynch, O.E.: [About O.E. Lynch, editor of the LPS Letter]2
      4. Sep. 1966
      5. Oct. 1966
        • [List of active LPS members]2–3
      6. Nov. 1966
        • Hamilton, Ben: The U.S.S. Alligator [Scott #209–13]. Repr. from ?2
      7. Dec. 1966
      8. Jan. 1967
        • Rogers, Henry H.: The unusual in philately. When normal is rare and error is common [Scott #195–208, #201 with normal overprint]1
      9. Feb. 1967
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]1
      10. Mar. 1967
        • [Answers to Fred Farr’s questions in LPS Letter Feb. 1967]1–2
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 2/3]3
        • Rogers, Henry H.: 1893 provisional issue [Plating of Scott #50 and #O13]4–5
      11. Apr. 1967
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 3/3]2
      12. May 1967
      13. June 1967
        • Rogers, Henry H.: For the sharp eyed [Scott #285 var. “coconut” etc.]2
        • [Liberian national anthem, words by Daniel Bashiel Warner]2
      14. July/Aug. 1967
      15. Sep. 1967
        • [Complete membership list since beginning of the LPS]2–3
      16. Oct. 1967
        • Watson, Harold D.: Notes on the first type of Liberia2
      17. Nov. 1967
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Scott #B3 on maximum card, notes on Scott #151–2]2–4
      18. Dec. 1967
      19. Jan. 1968
        • [Scott #C77, #313 and #328]2
      20. Feb. 1968
        • Bibliography (from Colonel Rogers’ book)2–4
      21. Mar. 1968
        • Carr, Robert V.C.: [List of prices paid for Scott #1–25]2
        • Northrop, Francis H.: [Early history of the LPS]3
      22. Apr. 1968
        • Northrop, Francis H.: Why I collect Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 19902–3
        • Rogers, Henry H.: History of the Liberian Philatelic Society. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 19903
        • Bartlett, Harley Harris: Liberian Stamp Society. Prospectus. Repr. from founding document 1955. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 19904
      23. May 1968
        • Northrop, Francis H.: [Open letter to LPS members]2
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: 1891 postal stationery, with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19903–4
        • Rogers, Henry H.: [Index to “A Century of Liberian Philately” articles in the S.P.A. Journal]4
      24. June 1968
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Bomi Hills sub-p.o.1
        • Rogers, Henry H.: [Scott #106 brown, #21 plate flaw, reply to Farr: “1891 postal stationery with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated”]1–2
        • McCary Ballard: The inverted centers2–3
      25. July/Aug. 1968
        • Raymond, Gale J.: “MONROVIA PORT AREA” sub-p.o.2
        • Prominent negroes listed in historical publications [Edward James Roye]. Repr. from Columbus (Ohio) Sunday Dispatch June 9, 19683–4
      26. Sep. 1968
        • [Letter from John L. Cooper, Jr., deputy postmaster general, to Gale Raymond, listing post offices opened since 1960]2
      27. Oct. 1968
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Two unrecorded Liberia post offices2
        • Raymond, Gale J.: An odd Liberia postal marking – solved2
      28. Nov. 1968
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19902–3
        • Pot pourri [Type A1 in Scott catalog]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19903
      29. Dec. 1968
      30. Jan. 1969
        • Smith, Leonard H. & Norma H.: [Liberian aerograms]2–5
      31. Feb. 1969
        • Denison, Ellery: Liberia at auction [Robert A. Siegel auction, New York, Dec. 1968]2
        • Dowers, Stan: The numeral issues of Liberia Scott #24–313
        • Bibliography. Articles in LPS Letter June 1966 to Dec. 19684–5
      32. Mar. 1969
        • Tocqueville, Alexis de: [Passage containing information about the founding of Liberia]. Repr. from Democracy in America, 1832, pp. 391–43–5
        • Lynch, O.E.: [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]6–10
      33. Apr. 1969
        • Dowers, Stan: Killer cancels of the 1909 issues2
        • Hull, Richard T.: [Presidents Johnson, Roye, and the treasury’s theft]3–4
        • Raymond, Gale J.: [Complete list of Liberian post offices up to Feb. 18, 1969]5
        • Dowers, Stan: [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]6–7
      34. May 1969
        • Rouse, F.D.: Observations [Scott #309–12, #C63–4]2
        • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–753
        • 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. 20124–7
      35. June 1969
        • Smith, Norma H.: Comments [on some “bits” from LPS Letter Feb. and Apr. 1969]2–3
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Notes on the West Company4
      36. July/Aug. 1969
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: An interesting stampless cover from 18342–4
      37. Sep. 1969
        • Lynch, O.E.: Notes on Liberian legal-size air envelopes2–3
        • 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. 19904–13
      38. Oct. 1969
      39. Nov. 1969
        • Lynch, O.E.: Further notes on the large size (#10) Liberian airmail envelopes1
        • Dyer, Robert S.: Liberian letter dated Nov. 4, 19642
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia mobile post offices [also: Bong County post office souvenir cover celebrating Tubman’s birthday 29 November 1967]3–4
      40. Dec. 1969
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The president’s message2–3
        • Northrop, Francis H.: Description of stampless cover and letter5
      41. Jan. 1970
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Public transportation in Liberia3
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Notes on Liberia’s first Jehudi Ashmun issue [Scott #309–12, #C63–64]4–8
      42. Feb. 1970
        • Bibliography of the LPS Letter 19692–3
        • Raymond, Gale J.: The Liberia private-post4
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Growth of the Liberia road system5–6
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s first postage due stamps7–8
      43. Mar. 1970
        • Raymond, Gale J.: U.S. forces post offices in Liberia2–3
        • Denison, Ellery: Liberia at auction [Robert A. Siegel auction, New York, Oct. 8, 1969]4
        • Charland, Walter E.: Odd UPU S.S. [Scott #C67a]6
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19907–13
      44. Apr. 1970
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: The Voinjama area of Liberia3–4
        • Liberia – envelopes5–6
        • Michener, Howard P.: Comments on article in Sept. 1969 Letter [Scott #64 and #128]7
      45. May 1970
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: A hunting we will go – bongo hunting that is2–3
        • Lynch, O.E.: Harbel registry markings4
      46. June 1970
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Life at Grand Bassa, Liberia, in 1839. Described in a pioneer’s stampless letter2–3
        • Michener, Howard P.: An official cover of interest4
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Registration mark. Registration cancels5
      47. July/Aug. 1970
        • Sexton, R.N.: Golden opportunities2
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Anyone for a lesson – in herpetology3–4
      48. Sep. 1970
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Liberian post offices I have visited2
        • Carr, Laura Kay: How my collection got started3
      49. Oct. 1970
      50. Nov. 1970
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19913–9
      51. Dec. 1970
        • Jaffe, Herman: [Letter to Joseph R. Bolton about Arthur Szyk]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19913–4
      52. Jan. 1971
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some items of interest to you – maybe!3
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogue4–5
      53. Feb. 1971
        • Carr, Laura Kay: Covers of Liberia3
        • Iwan, William: “Ta” and “Quellie” towns4
      54. Mar. 1971
        • Iwan, William: The “Devil” in Liberia2–3
        • Bibliography LPS Letter 19704–6
      55. Apr. 1971
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Snake dancers – snake charmers of northwestern Liberia2–6
      56. May 1971
        • Brown, Robert W.: Jehudi Ashmun (1794–1828)2–3
        • Dyer, Robert S.: [Response to William Iwan: “The ‘Devil’ in Liberia” LPS Newsletter Mar. 1971]4–5
        • Iwan, William: [Follow-up on William Iwan: “The ‘Devil’ in Liberia” LPS Newsletter Mar. 1971]6
      57. June 1971
        • Smith, Norma H.: Maxi service – mini fee!2–3
        • Rogers, Henry H.: A specialized Liberian reference collection4–5
      58. July/Aug. 1971
        • Dening, Kenneth: Waxed paper on mint stamps1
        • Bell, William J.: Jehudi Ashmun2
        • Lynch, O.E.: Varieties of the figure “2” on #s B1–23
      59. Sep. 1971
        • Iwan, William: [Response to Robert Dyer, LPS Newsletter May 1971]2
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Unlisted errors & varieties3–4
        • Anon.: Liberia 1892–96 pictorials (Scott’s 33–39 “colors”)5
      60. Oct. 1971
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Narrative of A Journey to Musardu3–5
      61. Nov. 1971
        • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, my friend. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19912–3
      62. Dec. 1971
        • Brown, Robert W.: Further notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19912
      63. Jan. 1972
        • Carr, Laura Kay: [EXFILIMA, “The Inter-American stamp exhibition”]2
        • Carr, Robert V.C.: [EXFILIMA]3–4
      64. Feb. 1972
        • Bibliography LPS Letter 19712–3
        • Kutter, Hubert: A 1915 revenue stamp and some historical notes4
      65. Mar. 1972
        • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19912–3
        • Carr, Robert V.C.: Liberia at auction [H.R. Harmer sale of Jan. 11–13, 1972]4
        • Brown, Robert W.: Scott #152 – Minkus #252 – Gibbons #211–2205
      66. Apr. 1972
        • Zo Gbah Kollie Neh: Present uses on Liberian revenue stamps2
        • Carr, Robert V.C.: An early cover3–4
      67. May 1972
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Specimens of Liberia3–4
      68. June 1972
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The president who was short-changed [Scott #313–27]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19914–5
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19916–9
      69. July/Aug. 1972
        • Stegenga, William: Comments [Ashmun issue full pane inscriptions]2
      70. Sep. 1972
        • Rogers, Henry H.: 2nd addenda & corrections to “A Century of Liberian Philately”2
        • Brown, Robert W.: 1944–1946 provisional issue. Scott #290A – 2c on 5c ultramarine. Plating sheet3
        • Cockrill, Philip: [Answers to questiones from previous Newsletter issues]5–6
        • Liberian Philatelc Society. Membership 1972, list #27–12
      71. Oct. 1972
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. 2nd report. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19922–4
        • McLin, William H.: My start in collecting Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19924
      72. Nov. 1972
        • Cunningham, C.J.: 3 Cents S.Q. and Liberia, Scott’s No. 21. Repr. from Maple Leaves 124, Vol. 13(4), Apr. 19702
        • Cockrill, Philip: [Follow-up on C.J. Cunningham: “3 Cents S.Q. and Liberia, Scott’s No. 21”]. Repr. from Maple Leaves 127, Vol. 13(7), Oct. 19703
        • Raymond, Gale J.: New Liberian post office [RANDALL STR.]4
      73. Dec. 1972
        • Carr, Robert V.C.: New date on early covers2
        • [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. 20054
        • Parys, Frank: Liberia at auction & comments5
        • Duvall, Allen H.: A letter from the Sovereign State of Maryland in West Africa6–9
        • Cotner, Jon: A modern Liberian revenue stamp10
      74. Jan. 1973
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Re: Newsletter Nov. 1972, Liberia #212–3
        • Brown, Robert W.: Number 126 variety3
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Re: New date on early cover in Dec. 1972 Letter4
        • Barham, Terry: New find? [Scott #135 on brownish paper]4
      75. Feb. 1973
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Our Society2
        • Michener, Howard P.: [Follow-up on Allen H. Duvall: “A letter from the Sovereign State of Maryland in West Africa”]3
        • Graffell, Charles: Sharing stamps with school children4
        • Graffell, Charles: Education with Liberian stamps4–5
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stamps7–10
      76. Mar. 1973
        • Index 1972 LPS Letter2–3
      77. Apr. 1973
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19923–5
        • Liberian Philatelc Society. 1973 membership roster6–10
      78. May 1973
        • 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. 19922–6
      79. June 1973
        • Sheridan, Paul: “Liberia exclusively” [Emil Kemeny]3–4
      80. July/Aug. 1973
        • Davis, Virginia: [Letter to the editor]2
        • 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. 19923
      81. Sep. 1973
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s special delivery stamps2–3
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19924
        • Kutter, Hubert: Two Liberian counterfeits [Scott #13 and #15]5
      82. Oct. 1973
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 19952–4
        • Kutter, Hubert: Liberian cover at the ROPEX “73” show5
        • Lynch, O.E.: Liberia #443 with offset. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 19956–8
      83. Nov. 1973
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal Apr./June 19923–11
      84. Dec. 1973
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Three cheers for O.E. Lynch!3
        • Constitution and by-laws of the Liberian Philatelc Society4–6
        • Brown, Robert W.: Liberian Philatelic Society meeting7
        • Brown, Robert W.: ASDA show8
      85. Jan. 1974
        • Saleski, Lothar von: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 19923–6
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The money order bureau postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 19927
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia revenue – postally used? Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 19928–9
        • Neice, Garry G.: Prices realized at the Jackson Winters, Inc. Los Angeles, CA. auction on October 29th, 197310–11
        • 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 197312
      86. Feb. 1974
        • Cockrill, Philip: The brown paper varieties. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 19923–5
        • Liberian Philatelic Agency: List of complete sets of Liberian issues currently available unused6–7
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19928–10
        • Liberian Philatelic Agency: Copernicus anniversary issue [Scott #653–8, #C200]11
        • Liberian Philatelic Agency: Radio ELWA 20th anniversary issue [Scott #659–62]12
      87. Apr. 1974
        • Brown, Robert W.: 1920 provisionals. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19923–5, 10–11
        • Saleski, Lothar von: The Liberian–German affinity6–9, 12
        • Parys, Frank: Prices realized at the Robert Lippert sale November 10–11th, 197313–18
        • Neice, Garry G.: Prices realized at the Irwin Heiman sale on February 21st–23rd, 197419–20
      88. May/June 1974
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19933–5
        • Kutter, Hubert: A rare perforation error uncovered [Scott #348]6
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Auctions and starting bids7–8
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberia 1975 specialized catalog9
        • Saleski, Lothar von: A trip to Liberia10
        • Wilbert, Robert F.: Prices realized at Mr. Stampman mail auction January 18th, 197411–12
      89. July/Aug. 1974
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Trip to Liberia3
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Varieties on a sheet of Scott #O734
        • Nyre, Wayne A.: Auctions and starting bids – a dealer’s view5–7
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Auctions and starting bids – comments on comments8–14
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Constant varieties of the 1920 provisionals no’s: 178–182. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 199315
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 199316–18
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberia 1975 specialized catalog. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 199319
        • Liberian Philatelc Society – list of officers and dealer members20
      90. Sep./Oct. 1974
        • 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 19934–7
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 19938–12
      91. Nov./Dec. 1974
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Lothar von Saleski; IN MEMORIAM3
        • Smith, R.H.: Who’s who in Liberia’s zoo. Repr. from the Philatelic Reporter and Market Guide Jan. 19684–7
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 19938
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Third addenda and corrections to “A Century of Liberian Philately”9–10
        • Cockrill, Philip: Special bulletin10
        • Cockrill, Philip: The Liberian specialized catalog11
      92. Jan./Feb. 1975
        • Cockrill, Philip: MEMORIUM to Lothar3
        • Brown, Robert W.: The “it’s a small world” department. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19934
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Once more: the 3c red inland #21. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19935–7
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: LPS will participate at SOJEX 19758
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: This Lark ain’t a boid! [Scott #117]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 19939–12
      93. Mar./Apr. 1975
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19943–4
        • Smith, R.H.: More news from the zoo5–6
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Prices realized at the Irwin Heiman auction (Woodland Hills, CA) on February 19th–22nd, 19757–8
      94. May/June 1975
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Come to BALPEX 753
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19944–9
        • Prices realized. Richard Wolffers, Inc., Dec. 6–7, 197411–15
        • German seapost cancels and others. Addendum16
      95. July/Aug. 1975
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: It ain't easy, Doc! [Scott #115-6 plate proofs]3–5
        • [Update on members]6–7
        • Iwan, William: Auction prices [Jackson Winters, Los Angeles, auction on August 17th]8
      96. Sep./Oct. 1975
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendum3–9
        • Parys, Frank: [Prices realized at Roger Koerber, Southfield, Mich., auction May 10th and 11th]9–11
      97. Nov./Dec. 1975
        • Little, Albert: The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]3
        • Ninomiya, Fred: My philatelic interests of Liberia5–6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels revisited7
      98. Jan./Feb. 1976
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Ah, for the good old days4–7
        • Dyer, Robert S.: Another Liberian postage due cover8–9
        • Hubble, Dave: Letter to the editor10–14
      99. Mar./Apr. 1976
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: SOJEX 1976 at Atlantic City3
        • Hicks, J. Maurice: My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]4–7
        • Parys, Frank: Letters to the editor [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]8
        • Cockrill, Philip: More on the good old days9–10
      100. Jan./Feb. 1978
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?3–5
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]. Repr. from LPS Letter Feb. 19676
        • Random notes [Liberia’s first watermark]7

    2. Second series 1978 to date (LPS Newsletter / Journal of the LPS)
      1. July/Aug. 1978, Vol. 1(1)
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philately2–3
        • Page, Ernest W.: Comments on the Homan estate auction4–5
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia in the Homan auction5–6
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian Foreign Service fee stamps. Preliminary note. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 20076–8
      2. Sep./Oct. 1978, Vol. 1(2)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]2
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Random notes on Liberian philately [Scott #33a, #34a]2–3
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]3–8
      3. Jan./Feb. 1979, Vol. 2(1)
        • Cockrill, Philip: An improbable connection – the 1966 $1.00 definitive and the 1972/1973 bisects [Scott #443 (Edwin J. Barclay)]2–3
        • Chlanda, Henry & Kenneth Dening: An interesting German SEEPOST piece3–4
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: “I’m off to Europe”, cried President Tubman [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]4–6
      4. Mar./Apr. 1979, Vol. 2(2)
        • Cockrill, Philip: A reply to “An interesting German SEEPOST piece”2
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]3–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s U.P.U. postal card4–6
      5. May/June 1979, Vol. 2(3)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Prices in the news1–2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Follow-up on Liberia’s U.P.U. postal card2
        • Wynns, John: [Cover with Scott #C2]3–4
        • Cockrill, Philip: A question of Liberia [Cover with manuscript cancel letter “M”]5–6
      6. July/Aug. 1979, Vol. 2(4)
        • Cockrill, Philip: Liberia’s railroads2
        • Sheridan, Paul: Liberian covers aid medical research2–3
        • Page, Ernest W.: For a real challenge, try Liberia. Repr. from Stamp Collector Jan. 20, 19794–6
        • [Membership roster, as of Sep. 1, 1979]7–9
      7. Sep./Oct. 1979, Vol. 2(5)
        • Iwan, William: The glue pots and all that2–3
        • Chlanda, Henry: Obtaining stamps the Liberian style3–5
        • Page, Ernest W.: A curious cover5–6
      8. Nov./Dec. 1979, Vol. 2(6)
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s 1918 Red Cross issue2–3
        • Chlanda, Henry: A classic Liberian cover3–4
        • Frandsen, John: LPS profile – John Frandsen4–5
      9. Jan./Feb. 1980, Vol. 3(1)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian post offices – 19621
        • Brenner, Paul: Liberian pen pals2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]2–3
        • Bileski, Kasimir: The birth of a stamp [Scott #314]4–8
      10. Mar./Apr. 1980, Vol. 3(2)
        • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, printer [including letter reprinted from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1970]2–3
        • Iwan, William: President James S. Smith?4–5
        • Mackal, Roy P.: [Letter to A. Mouele, Congo, regarding Mackal–Powell Likouala expedition]6–8
      11. May/June 1980, Vol. 3(3)
        • Iwan, William: On the coup1–3
        • Stegenga, William: The 1952 Ashmun stamps3–4
        • Friedman, Douglas: Autobiographical vignette4
        • 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]5–6
        • Current LPS membership list. June 19807–10
      12. July/Aug. 1980, Vol. 3(4)
        • The Smithsonian press release [Col. Rogers’ collection]1–2
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s UNICEF stamp [Scott #C77]2–3
        • Iwan, William: Liberian “Holy-Holy” mail3–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]5–6
      13. Sep./Oct. 1980, Vol. 3(5)
        • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Scott catalog listings1–2
        • Chlanda, Henry: The Monrovia six-bar cancel2–4
        • Behrens, Walt: Assignment Liberia4–6
        • Anon.: Letter from Liberia [Sep. 10, 1980]6
      14. Nov./Dec. 1980, Vol. 3(6)
        • Chlanda, Henry: A page from the past [Theodora Stamp Company circular]1–4
        • Iwan, William: Dumboy4–5
        • Chlanda, Henry: Another crazy Liberian variety [Scott #M6]5–6
        • Cockrill, Philip: Liberia – 1860 twelve cents lilac. Repr. from Stamp Collector6–9
      15. Jan./Feb. 1981, Vol. 4(1)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Postage used for revenue used for postage1–3
        • Page, Ernest W.: The 1916 and 1917 surcharges of Liberia3–6
        • Chlanda, Henry: George Alevizos auction report [of Nov. 25, 1980 sale]7–12
      16. Mar./Apr. 1981, Vol. 4(2)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Dealer notes [Blackstamps]2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Membership news2–3
        • Chlanda, Henry: Airmail serendipity [Scott #C48B varieties]3–6, 9–10
        • Iwan, William: The problem story6–8
      17. May/June 1981, Vol. 4(3)
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1973. Also repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 19921–6
        • Saleski, Lothar von: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan. 1974. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 19926–8
        • Cockrill, Philip: The brown paper varieties. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Feb. 1974. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 19929–10
      18. July/Aug. 1981, Vol. 4(4)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Update on Liberian first day covers1–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: Another page from the past [Follow-up on Chlanda’s article in LPS Newsletter Nov./Dec. 1980]5–8
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction report – Kaufmann sale [on July 18, 1981 in Washington D.C.]9–26
      19. Sep./Oct. 1981, Vol. 4(5)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian postal stationery. Buy “used” with caution1–8
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Liberia out of the past9
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction report [Robert E. Lippert’s auction on Aug. 22, 1981]10–12
      20. Nov./Dec. 1981, Vol. 4(6)
        • Chlanda, Henry: The 1981 Gibbons Liberia listing1–3
        • Chlanda, Henry: Who was Peter Harris Junior?3–6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Who was Mr. H. Geisenhof Esq.?6–9
      21. Jan./Feb. 1982, Vol. 5(1)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Fifty year of Liberian CTO’s (1928–78)1–6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: When was the flight? [Inaugural service of Monrovia–Cotonou and Monrovia–Dakar]7–8
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Scott no. 2018–9
      22. Mar./Apr. 1982, Vol. 5(2)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: D.C. chapter notes (June 82) [D.C. chapter of the Liberian Philatelic Society]1
        • Call, B.H.: Letter to the editor [“Sassywood player”]1–3
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Postally used Liberian postal stationery4–7
        • Chlanda, Henry: William A. Fox auction report [June 24, 1982]7–13
      23. May/June 1982, Vol. 5(3)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Beautiful Liberian postcards1–3
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s “INLAND POSTAGE” stamp of 1897 and its surcharged variety of 1913. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Sep. 1969. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 19904–13
      24. July/Oct. 1982, Vol. 5(4)
        • Walls, Jerry G.: Some essays of the 1964 building definitives1–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: Monrovia’s time dated hand stamp postmarks4–6
        • Chlanda, Henry: A real Liberian first day cover6–8
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia revenue discovery [Block of ten of Scott #O117 overprinted “BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE”]8–9
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Scott’s #C-47 used on cover9–15
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction report [Robert Siegel auction Nov. 20, 1982 and George Alevizos auction Nov. 22, 1982]16–21
      25. Nov./Dec. 1982, Vol. 5(5)
        • Chlanda, Henry: More on Liberian FDC [Follow-up on Chlanda: “A real Liberian first day cover” in LPS Newsletter July/Oct. 1982]2–3
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction report [Harmers of New York sale on Jan. 27, 1983]4–8
        • Richards, Thomas J.: The 1936 provisional issue on cover [Scott #248–70]9–14
      26. Jan./Feb. 1983, Vol. 6(1)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Challenge!1
        • Chlanda, Henry: Revenues with postal cancels2–3
        • Teah, T. Max: U.S. to help improve postal system here. Repr. from Monrovia Daily Observer Aug. 27, 19814
        • U.S. to give vehicles, other materials for postal system. Repr. from Monrovia Daily Observer Aug. 28, 19825
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction action [John A. Fox auction Feb. 25, 1983]6–8
      27. Mar./Apr. 1983, Vol. 6(2)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: 1944–46 surcharged issue on cover [Scott #290–1]1–2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Metered postage in Liberia2–3
        • Cockrill, Philip: A new Liberian “SPECIMEN” type3–5
        • [Membership roster]6–8
      28. May/June 1983, Vol. 6(3)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Unusual Liberian covers. “Nothing Without Labour”1–2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Book review: “Liberia, Plating the 1880 Issues, Series Booklet No. 23” by Philip Cockrill2–3
        • Chlanda, Henry: A Nana Kru seapost cover3–6
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian revenue stamps [Revenue stamps used on importation permits]6–8
      29. July/Aug. 1983, Vol. 6(4)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Rev. Walter B. Williams1–2
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The first cacheted envelopes for collectors [“Newport Day” covers]2–8
      30. Sep./Oct. 1983, Vol. 6(5)
        • Hampson, Robert & Fran: Liberian post offices1–2
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Liberia wrappers2–4
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Jehudi Ashmun4–5
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s tribute to the 1964 UPU postal congress [Liberia souvenir UPU booklet 1964]5–7
      31. Nov./Dec. 1983, Vol. 6(6)
        • Cockrill, Philip: The 1901 “ORDINARY” overprints1–3
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Holy Cross Liberian Mission3, 9
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Join me in a plot of intrigue and skullduggery [Scott #O115 color change]3–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction report – George Alevizos, Dec. 8 & 9, 19835–8
      32. Jan./Feb. 1984, Vol. 7(1)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Scott’s #21 the 3-cent red (revisited)2
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: An unbelievable tale of adventure [Scott #362–3, #C107–10]2–6
        • Chlanda, Henry: Tchien cancel discovery7
      33. Mar./Apr. 1984, Vol. 7(2)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Advertising – Liberia style [Printed matter picture postcard]1–2
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Unusual Liberian covers. German “SEEPOST” cancel3
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: FDC’s of Liberia’s 1947 CIPEX issue [Scott #300, #C54–6]4–8
      34. May/June 1984, Vol. 7(3)
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Another Tchien cancel (Liberia)1–5
        • Shelton, J.M.: Additions to “Advertising – Liberia style”6–7
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction report [Sale of Ernest Page’s Liberia collection at Harmers of San Francisco, May 15–16, 1984]8–12
      35. July/Aug. 1984, Vol. 7(4)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: 1880 issue used in the 1900s1–2
        • Walls, Jerry G.: An open letter to the Liberian Philatelic Society3–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: The editor replies4–5
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: A stampless cover from Liberia’s first president5–8
      36. Sep./Oct. 1984, Vol. 7(5)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Re: Jerry Wall’s open letter2–3
        • Hampson, Robert & Fran: Re: Jerry Wall’s open letter3
        • Bright, Brad: On exhibiting and promoting Liberian philately4
        • Dening, Kenneth: Ganta post office4–6
        • Chlanda, Henry: Overprint layout of Scott nos. 228 and O1566–7
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Airmail serendipity (Part II) [Scott #C48B varieties]8
      37. Nov./Dec. 1984, Vol. 7(6)
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s initial first-day-cover service2–11
      38. Jan./Feb. 1985, Vol. 8(1)
        • Chlanda, Henry: [FDC of the Commonwealth issue travelled by diplomatic pouch]1
        • Richards, Thomas J.: 100th Anniversary FDC followup3–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian machine cancellations3, 5–10
        • [Postal notice for release of Commonwealth issue]. Repr. from original notice of the Liberian post office department 194011
      39. Mar./Apr. 1985, Vol. 8(2)
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Unusual Liberian covers. Isle of Man transit markings2–4
        • Walls, Jerry G.: Index to the L.P.S. Newsletter (new series) [July/Aug. 1978–Nov./Dec. 1984]4–8
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Identification and paper thickness of the first stamp issues of Liberia [Part 1/2]8–13
        • Bruns, Franklin R.: Liberia and its stamps. Repr. from National Philatelic Museum Vol. 2(9), issued on the occasion of the First Liberia Stamp Exhibition Nov. 20, 1950–Jan. 6, 195113–15
      40. May/June 1985, Vol. 8(3)
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Identification and paper thickness of the first issue of Liberia. Part II [Part 2/2]1–7
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Unusual Liberian covers. Harbel post office cancel7–8
      41. July/Aug. 1985, Vol. 8(4)
        • Cockrill, Philip: The Waterlow archives proofs1–3
        • Walls, Jerry G.: Real perforation errors? [Scott #344 and #364]3–5
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Anatomy of a Liberian find (almost)6–7
        • [Cover from Laura Carr collection]8
      42. Sep./Oct. 1985, Vol. 8(5)
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Editorial comment [on first issue paper thickness]1
        • Cockrill, Philip: On the first issues2–4
        • Richards, Vernon: Arthur Szyk5–6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Unusual Liberian covers. “2 C.ts” variety6–8
        • [Cover from Laura Carr collection]8
      43. Nov./Dec. 1985, Vol. 8(6)
        • Chlanda, Henry: German mystery markings1–3
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: President Roberts and the Royal Navy drive out the slavers [Letter mailed by President J.J. Roberts on May 15, 1849]3–9
      44. Jan./Feb. 1986, Vol. 9(1)
        • Mackal, Roy P.: My favorite forgery [Scott #21]2–4
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Unusual Liberian covers. LFF double overprints4–5
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s first airmail stamps6–10
      45. Mar./Apr. 1986, Vol. 9(2)
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Associate editorial [Cover to Liberia, with 12c postage due using Scott #438 and 519]1–2
        • Richards, Thomas J. & Henry Chlanda: Is it real – or is it Memorex3–4
        • Walls, Jerry G.: A color trial of the $5.00 UNICEF stamp5–6
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. from LPS Letter May 19697–10
      46. May/June 1986, Vol. 9(3)
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Odds and ends [Scott #C2, #38 and #O37, Ashmun specimens, #62a]1–3
        • Speirs, Dale: Liberated Liberia in cowtown [Calgary Philatelic Society meeting]. Repr. from ?4
        • Cockrill, Philip: Additional comments on the 1914 provisionals [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]5
        • Chlanda, Henry: Postal markings on the 1914 provisionals [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]5–10
      47. July/Sep. 1986, Vol. 9(4)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Current Liberian post offices1–2
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Gummed or ungummed, that is the question? [Scott #16–20; slightly revised version of article in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1979]3–4
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Liberia inward mail from the U.S.4–5
        • Cockrill, Philip: More on Liberia’s first airmail stamps5–10
        • New discoveries [Scott #36 brown Waterlow specimen imperf between and Scott #337 varieties]11–13
      48. Oct./Dec. 1986, Vol. 9(5)
        • Cockrill, Philip: An interesting censored cover2–3
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Liberia collateral material4, 14
        • Richards, Thomas J.: A new variety (?) [Scott #O82]4
        • Raymond, Gale J.: (Another) Liberian enigma [1986 postally used cover without stamps]5
        • Two 1944-6 provisional covers from the collection of Gale J. Raymond6
        • Cockrill, Philip: Another unusual specimen overprint4, 7
        • Cockrill, Philip: “ORDINARY” multiples8
        • New discoveries [Scott #309 variety]9
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction report – Roger Koerber, Dec. 13, 198610–13
      49. Jan./Mar. 1987, Vol. 10(1)
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Odds and ends [Officials in the same colors as regular issues]1
        • Lockard, Thomas: Response to the Oct.–Dec. Newsletter editorial [regarding affiliation of the L.P.S. with the A.P.S.]2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s registered envelopes [Part 1/4: Rogers types R1–3]2–8
        • Chlanda, Henry: An official 1936 P.O. Department cover9–11
        • Cockrill, Philip: The rare bicentennial error [Scott #706]12
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Unusual Liberian wrappers13–14
      50. Apr./June 1987, Vol. 10(2)
        • Cockrill, Philip: Good news for collectors of Liberia [Crown Agents Stamp Co. responsible for future Liberian stamp issues]1–2
        • Lockard, Thomas: The Dr. John R. Farr Liberian collection2–3
        • Richards, Thomas J.: CAPEX 87 report3–4
        • Sereda, Greg: The 1916 one cent provisional surcharges [Scott #153, #O87]. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 20114–5, 7
        • Chlanda, Henry: Additional notes on the 1916 one cent provisionals [Scott #153, #O87]. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 20115–6, 8
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s registered envelopes – part II [Part 2/4: Rogers types R4–5]6, 9–14
      51. July/Sep. 1987, Vol. 10(3)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s registered envelopes – part III [Part 3/4: Rogers types R6–7]2–6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: More E.A. Wright archive material3, 7–10
        • Cocking, Brian: 1948 presidents set [Scott #313, #328, #315, #315a]7
        • Editor’s comments on the 1948 presidentials [Scott #313, #328, #315, #315a]7, 11–12
        • [Commercial cover with Scott #288A multiples]13
      52. Oct./Dec. 1987, Vol. 10(4)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Die proofs of the 1892–7 issues1–10
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Unusual Liberian covers [Scott #B16–8 on cover]11–12
        • Lockard, Thomas: Chicagopex visit13–15
      53. Jan./Mar. 1988, Vol. 11(1)
        • Lockard, Thomas: Minutes. Liberian Philatelic Society [LPS meeting at Colopex 1988]1–2
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Imperforate 1948 airs on cover [Scott #C61–2]3–4
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Lagos PAQUEBOT cancel5–6
        • Mackal, Roy P.: “ORDINARIES” Liberia5, 7–14
      54. Apr./June 1988, Vol. 11(2)
        • In memoriam [Frank Derouin]1
        • Sereda, Greg: Liberia’s issue for the 1988 Winter Olympics [Scott #1049–54]1–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: The 1950 literacy issue [Scott #329, #C66, #C66a]2, 5–14
      55. July/Sep. 1988, Vol. 11(3)
        • Walls, Jerry G.: A new Ashmun color trial proof1–2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Additional notes on Ashmun issue proofs2–7
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s registered envelopes – part III [Part 3/4, updated: Rogers types R6–7]3, 8–12
      56. Oct./Dec. 1988, Vol. 11(4)
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Back to the past [Dorothy Chichester]1–2
        • Chichester, Dorothy: Liberian Philatelic Society [History]. Repr. from the Texas Philatelist Apr. 19692–3
        • Chlanda, Henry: Essays of the 1955 sports issue [Scott #347–9, #C88–90]3–9
        • Cockrill, Philip: The Waterlow specimen stamps of the 1938 airmail set [Scott #C4–13]9–11
        • Towah-Kangar, Cecilia: [Official postal notice for new Liberian stamp issue]. Repr. from postal notice, Nov. 24, 198812–13
      57. Jan./Mar. 1989, Vol. 12(1)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia institutes use of postal codes1–2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian air mail rates 1937 to 19472–14
      58. Apr./June 1989, Vol. 12(2)
        • Chlanda, Henry: The Christie’s Maris sale [Results of the Albert Maris collection sale June 15, 1989]1–4, 6–23
        • Lockard, Thomas: Stampshow 89, Anaheim, California [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1989]4–5
      59. July/Sep. 1989, Vol. 12(3)
        • Cockrill, Philip: Collecting notes1, 3–5
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating and format of the 1881 3-cents black Scott number 21. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 19986–7
        • Lockard, Thomas: In memoriam [Col. Henry Harper Rogers]7, 9
        • [Bronze certificate from Cardinal Spellman Philatelic Museum, for LPS Newsletter (Journal) at 13th Annual Philatelic Literature Fair]8, 10
        • Lockard, Thomas: Report from Chicagopex9
        • Lockard, Thomas: Report from Worthington, Ohio stamp show 19899, 11
      60. Oct./Dec. 1989, Vol. 12(4), “Whole No. 61”
        • Cockrill, Philip: Liberia in the Koehler auction, Oct. 10–14, 19891–8
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s registered envelopes – part IV [Part 4/4: Rogers types R8–10]9–15
        • Hicks, Edgar: Have you “used” your membership in the LPS like I have?10–11
        • Lockard, Thomas: Report from Washington, D.C. World Stamp Expo 1989 [and LPS meeting]16–17
        • Lockard, Thomas: Report from Midwest Philatelic Show Feb 10 & 11, 199017
      61. Jan./Mar. 1990, Vol. 13(1)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia in Suberp Auctions, March 28–9, 19901–7
        • Cockrill, Philip: Is Liberia all that an unpopular country with collectors?7
        • Cockrill, Philip: Which is the rarest cover? Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly December 19898
        • Lockard, Thomas: Short history of the Liberian Philatelic Society9
        • Tom Lockard’s recent aquisitions at Colopex10–12
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Collecting full sheets of Liberian stamps13–15
      62. Apr./June 1990, Vol. 13(2), “Whole No. 63”
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Liberian legation in Russia cover1–2
        • Cockrill, Philip: 1848 friendship treaty with Great Britain3–5
        • MacGregor, Alexander: A palmary design [Scott A11, A23]6–8
        • Lockard, Thomas: [Letter to Postmaster General, Ministry of Posts, Liberia]9
        • Lockard, Thomas: [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1990]10
        • Lockard, Thomas: Message from the president #411–12
      63. July/Sep. 1990, Vol. 13(3), “Whole No. 64”
        • Northrop, Francis H.: Why I collect Liberia. Repr. from LPS Letter Apr. 19681–2
        • Rogers, Henry H.: History of the Liberian Philatelic Society. Repr. from LPS Letter Apr. 19682–3
        • Bartlett, Harley Harris: Liberian Stamp Society. Prospectus. Repr. from founding document 1955. Also repr. in LPS Letter Apr. 19683–4
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s “INLAND POSTAGE” stamp of 1897 and its surcharged variety of 1913. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Sep. 1969. Also repr. in LPS Newletter May/June 19824–13
        • Lockard, Thomas: [Message]14
        • Bileski, Kasimir: [List of Liberia revenue proofs in the ABNC archives]15–16
      64. Oct./Dec. 1990, Vol. 13(4), “Whole No. 65”
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Mar. 19701–7
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9]. Repr. from LPS Letter Nov. 19687–9
        • Pot pourri [Type A1 in Scott catalog]. Repr. from LPS Letter Nov. 19689
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: 1891 postal stationery, with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated. Repr. from LPS Letter May 19689–10
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Genuine forgeries [1941 overprinted airmails]11–13
        • Lockard, Thomas: Message from the president #511
      65. Jan./Mar. 1991, Vol. 14(1), “Whole No. 66”
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Some notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 19701–5
        • Brown, Robert W.: Further notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Dec. 19715–6
        • Jaffe, Herman: [Letter to Joseph R. Bolton about Arthur Szyk]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Dec. 19706–7
        • Bolton, Joseph R.: Herman Jaffe, my friend. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 19718
        • Brenner, Paul: Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Mar. 19729–10
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The president who was short-changed [Scott #313–27]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter June 197210–11
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. Repr. from LPS Newsletter June 197212–14
        • Cockrill, Philip: British post office report on the mail from the United Kingdom to Liberia, West Africa from August, 199015–17
      66. Apr./June 1991, Vol. 14(2), “Whole No. 67”
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian mail embargo ends1–3
        • Raymond, Gale J.: A Liberia–Sierra Leone cover4–7
        • Forgotten ship. Heroism not confined to Persian Gulf [Operation Sharp Edge]. Repr. from Star-Telegram, Fort Worth (Texas), 19908
        • Sailor stationed off Monrovian coast feels left out because of Middle East [Operation Sharp Edge]. Repr. from Star-Telegram, Fort Worth (Texas), Oct. 19909
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia “Mamba Station” – Operation Sharp Edge. Repr. from Star-Telegram, Fort Worth (Texas), Oct. 199010–11
        • Raymond, Gale J.: [Covers postmarked during Operation Sharp Edge]12–13
        • Botto de Barros, A.C.: Liberia – case of force majeure. Resumption of postal service. Repr. from UPU Internal Bureau Circular 14314
      67. July/Sep. 1991, Vol. 14(3), “Whole No. 68”
        • Chlanda, Henry: Careysburgh 1860 letter1–3
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Multiple stamps on one cover4–7
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s new double circle postmarks8–12
        • New discoveries – 1952 Ashmun issue [Scott #C68]13
      68. Oct./Dec. 1991, Vol. 14(4), “Whole No. 69”
        • Getty, Paul A.: Cease-fire holds in Liberia1–2
        • Raymond, Gale J.: ECOMOG mail, Liberia3–6
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia up-date, preliminary to write-ups & articles7–13
      69. Jan./Mar. 1992, Vol. 15(1), “Whole No. 70”
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Rogers handbook. 2nd report. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Oct. 19721–3
        • McLin, William H.: My start in collecting Liberia. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Oct. 19723–4
        • [The “S.S. George Washington” on Scott #F33]. Repr. from Stamps July 14, 1951. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter Dec. 1972 and LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 20054–5
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Apr. 19735–7
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter May 19737–10
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The case of the trees with itchy feet [1957 Antoinette Tubman Child Welfare Foundation issue: Scott #364–7, #C111–2]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 197310–11
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Sep. 197311–12
        • An interesting acquisition by Tom Lockard [Postal/reply card with Arthington postmark]13
      70. Apr./June 1992, Vol. 15(2), “Whole No. 71”
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1973. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter May/Jun. 19811–6
        • Hicks, Edgar: The Carr exhibit at Omaha stamp show6–7
        • Raymond, Gale J.: U.S. A.P.O 09813 Liberia7–8
        • News release [Colopex 1992]9–10
        • Hicks, Edgar: [Upcoming Omaha stamp show 1992]11, 14–15
        • Tom Lockard’s finds at World Columbian Expo ’92 Chicago12–13
      71. July/Sep. 1992, Vol. 15(3), “Whole No. 72”
        • Saleski, Lothar von: The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan. 1974. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter May/Jun. 19811–4
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The money order bureau postmark. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan. 19744–5
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia revenue – postally used? Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan. 19745, 7
        • Cockrill, Philip: The brown paper varieties. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Feb. 1974. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter May/Jun. 19815–7
        • Lockard, Thomas: Message from the president #88
        • [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1992]9
        • [Covers]10–15
      72. Oct./Dec. 1992, Vol. 15(4), “Whole No. 73”
        • Cockrill, Philip: “Taxe” cover [About cover shown on p. 7 of LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992]1–3
        • Cockrill, Philip: Brown paper varieties3
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Feb. 19744–5
        • Brown, Robert W.: 1920 provisionals. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Apr. 19745–9
        • Sacher, John: The early post offices and stamps. Repr. from the London Philatelist Nov. 1992Suppl.
      73. Jan./Mar. 1993, Vol. 16(1), “Whole No. 74”
        • Cockrill, Philip: Clay-Ashland cover [CLAY-ASHLAND postmark]2
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter May/June 19743–5
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberia 1975 specialized catalog. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 19745–6
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Constant varieties of the 1920 provisionals no’s: 178–182. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 19746–7
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Plate damages. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 19747–9
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #910, 13–14
      74. Apr./June 1993, Vol. 16(2), “Whole No. 75”
        • Richards, Thomas J.: German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov./Dec. 19741
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Liberian postal history. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Sep./Oct. 19742–3, 5–7
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9; enlarged and illustrated version of Nov. 1968 article]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Sep./Oct. 19744, 8–9
        • Cockrill, Philip: A sorry saga. British mail to Liberia July 1990–June 1991. Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly Sep. 199210–12
      75. July/Sep. 1993, Vol. 16(3), “Whole No. 76”
        • Cockrill, Philip: Liberian postal history is honored by British Postal Museum1–2
        • Gilles, Dale: [Letter to FOL members, “Friends of Liberia. A non-profit organization dedicated to Liberia”]3
        • Clancy, Dan: Ohioan who became Liberia’s fifth president [Edward James Roye]4
        • Clarke, Daniel S.: Health Education & Literacy Project (HELP) [Letter to LPS president Tom Lockard]5–9
        • [Some gems in the Robert Carr collection]10–14
      76. Oct./Dec. 1993, Vol. 16(4), “Whole No. 77”
        • Brown, Robert W.: The “it’s a small world” department. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan./Feb. 19752
        • Saleski, Lothar von: Once more: the 3c red inland #21. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan./Feb. 19753–6
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: This Lark ain’t a boid! [Scott #117]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan./Feb. 19756–10
        • More gems from the Robert Carr collection11–15
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #1016
      77. Jan./Mar. 1994, Vol. 17(1), “Whole No. 78”
        • Cockrill, Philip: The Sean Devereux Liberian Children Fund1–2
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 19753–5
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. from LPS Newsletter May/June 19755–12
        • Some interesting items from the collection of new German member Harald Liedtke13–14
        • Another nice item from the Robert Carr collection15
      78. Apr./June 1994, Vol. 17(2), “Whole No. 79”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating the 6-cent value of the 1880 issue of Liberian Scott #18 and #157 [Part 1/4]1–26
      79. July/Sep. 1994, Vol. 17(3), “Whole No. 80”
        • Richards, Thomas J.: UPU reply card usage1–2
        • Richards, Thomas J.: LPS meeting at Stampshow ’943
        • Richards, Thomas J.: 1880 issue and 1916 overprints used in 19204
        • Richards, Thomas J.: #150 on cover5
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Who was Erico Parche?6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: The ORDINARY issue. A new largest known multiple?7–8
        • Richards, Thomas J.: U.S. postage due from Liberia8–9
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Semi-postal and other unusual usages9–10
        • Richards, Thomas J.: #98 used on cover11
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #1112–13
      80. Oct./Dec. 1994, Vol. 17(4), “Whole No. 81”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating the 6-cent value of the 1880 issue of Liberian Scott #18 and #157. Part II [Part 2/4]1–7
        • [Advertisement for 1956 flag issue errors]. Repr. from Global Stamp News Jan. 19958
        • Lynch, John R.: Bibliography of Liberia. Repr. from ?, 19909–12
        • [Cover from Robert Carr collection]12
        • [Postal card from Harald Liedtke’s collection]13
      81. Jan./Mar. 1995, Vol. 18(1), “Whole No. 82”
        • Richards, Thomas J.: [Comment on flag issue errors]2
        • Varaschini, Luciano: [Comment on flag issue errors]3
        • Grosvenor, John R.: [Comment on flag issue errors]4
        • Lynch, John R.: [Comment on flag issue errors]5
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating the 6-cent value of the 1880 issue of Liberian Scott #18 and #157. Part III [Part 3/4]6–8
        • Tauber, Lewis E.: The Liberian philately questionnaire9
        • [Cover from Tom Lockard collection]10
        • President’s message #1211
        • [Covers from Robert Carr collection]12, 14
      82. Apr./June 1995, Vol. 18(2), “Whole No. 83”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating the 6-cent value of the 1880 issue of Liberian Scott #18 and #157. Conclusion [Part 4/4]2–4
        • Butty, David C.: Liberians unbowed by broken promises. Repr. from ?5–6
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #14 [LPS meeting at Colopex 1995]7
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Oct. 19738–10
        • Lynch, O.E.: Liberia #443 with offset. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Oct. 197310–12
        • [Cover from Robert Carr collection]12
      83. July/Sep. 1995, Vol. 18(3), “Whole No. 84”
        • Cheers greet Liberian factional leaders in capital. Repr. from Chicago Tribune Sep. 1, 19951
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Scott #318 – is it really scarce?2–4
        • Nordin, Leon: [Covers from Leon Nordin’s collection]5–10
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #15 [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1995 in St. Louis]11, 13–14
        • Lockard, Thomas: A new Liberia to me: Liberia, Guanacaste, Costa Rica12–13
      84. Oct./Dec. 1995, Vol. 18(4), “Whole No. 85”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating Liberia Scott numbers 1, 2, 3 and 13, 14, 15 [Part 1/3]1–15
        • Nordin, Leon: [Letter to the editor]16
      85. Jan./Mar. 1996, Vol. 19(1), “Whole No. 86”
        • Wickersham, Cornelius W.: The first pictorial issue. Repr. from the Collectors Club Philatelist Vol. 38(1)2–17
      86. Apr./June 1996, Vol. 19(2), “Whole No. 87”
        • Tauber, Lewis E.: The Liberian adventure cruise: the parts that never made the tour3–7
        • Nordin, Leon: [Zulu war]8–11
        • Nordin, Leon: [Cover to Erich Parche]12–13
        • [Upcoming LPS meeting at PACIFIC 97, San Francisco]14–15
        • A magnificent $10000 cover from the Tom Lockard collection16–18
      87. July/Sep. 1996, Vol. 19(3), “Whole No. 88”
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia: military and peacekeeping forces [ECOMOG mails]2–9
        • Richards, Thomas J.: CAPEX 96 report11
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating Liberia Scott #14 12c blue, third transfer [Part 2/3 of “Plating Liberia Scott numbers 1, 2, 3 and 13, 14, 15” in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1995]11–18
      88. Oct./Dec. 1996, Vol. 19(4), “Whole No. 89”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: How many complete sheets of Liberia, Scott #2 exist? Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 19991–5
        • Mackal, Roy P.: First issue Liberian forgeries revisited [Revision and update of Cockrill’s booklet Forgeries of the First Issues 1860-1880]6–16
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #16 [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1996 in Orlando]17
      89. Jan./Mar. 1997, Vol. 20(1), “Whole No. 90”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Editorial [Identifying Fournier forgeries]1–2
        • Mackal, Roy P.: George Alevizos auction #91 [Apr. 2, 1996]3–16
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #1717
      90. Apr./June 1997, Vol. 20(2), “Whole No. 91”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Editorial [In memoriam Frederick Quentin Farr]1
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Randall Street station cancel – revisited6–10
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Modern postal history10–11
        • Richards, Thomas J.: More Liberia modern ship cancels12–14
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #19 [LPS meeting at Colopex 1996]Suppl.
      91. July/Sep. 1997, Vol. 20(3), “Whole No. 92”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Editorial [Which is the most valuable Liberian stamp?]1
        • Chlanda, Henry: Auction of the Fred Farr collection [Northland Auctions international public stamp auction May 16, 1997]2–13
        • [LPS meeting in San Francisco on May 31, 1997]19
      92. Oct./Dec. 1997, Vol. 20(4), “Whole No. 93”
        • Post, Ronald R.: Liberia’s stamps recall history and heritage of two continents2–6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: The Grand Bassa straight line cancels10–12
        • Carr, Robert V.C.: Liberia postal wrappers13–18
        • Lockard, Thomas: [LPS meeting in Milwaukee on Aug. 22, 1997]19
      93. Jan./Mar. 1998, Vol. 21(1), “Whole No. 94”
        • Something unusual from the Robert V.C. Carr collection [Postal and reply card halves rejoined]1–2
        • Weaver, Kent E.: The postal rates of Liberia 1858–19703–7
        • Nordin, Leon: [Newspaper wrappers]8–10
        • Richards, Thomas J.: The guns of August [Postal delays during the early days of WWI]11–12
        • More Robert V.C. Carr goodies [Cover and newspaper wrappers]13–14
      94. Apr./June 1998, Vol. 21(2), “Whole No. 95”
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Liberia – postage due [Underpaid cover to Harbel]1–2
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: More discoveries on the plating and format of Scott #21, 3 cent 18813
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating and format of the 1881 3-cents black Scott number 21. Repr. from LPS Journal July/Sep. 19893–6
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: New notes on the varieties of the 1881 3 cents Scott #217
        • [Map of Liberia]8
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: Collateral is the name of the game [Scott #171 proof like sheet (mudskipper); Johnson Stamp Company cover]9–10
        • [George Alevizos auction Oct. 14–15, 1997]11–17
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #21 [LPS meeting at Colopex 1998, Columbus, Ohio]18
      95. July/Sep. 1998, Vol. 21(3), “Whole No. 96”
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: Airmail entire an unusual item1–2
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: Some Millsburg and Brewerville covers/cards of the 1890’s3–6
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: A look at Zwedru cancellations7–11
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: Discoveries await in Liberia’s postal history. Repr. from Stamp Collector Vol. 72(38), Sep. 21, 199812–14
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: A new thrill: Collecting Liberia. Repr. from the Philatelic Review Oct. 199815–16
        • [Woermann German SEEPOST cover]17
        • [Two 1891 postal cards]18
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: An update on number 21 plate setting19–20
      96. Oct./Dec. 1998, Vol. 21(4), “Whole No. 97”
        • Nordin, Leon: [SHIP LETTER. CASTLETOWN. ISLE OF PORTLAND / postcard to Posen / Loanga à Marseille cancellation / Erich Parche]1–6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Addendum to Barbara Fosdyke-Ray’s articles7–11
        • Grosvenor, John R.: The American Bank Note Company specimens12–19
      97. Jan./Mar. 1999, Vol. 22(1), “Whole No. 98”
        • Richards, Thomas J.: A new Liberian revenue? [Liberian vehicle operators license]1–2
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: An auction and a new discovery [George Alevizos auction Dec. 16–17, 1998 / 5th Scott #2 sheet]3–9, 15
        • Mackal, Roy P.: How many complete sheets of Liberia, Scott #2 exist? Repr. from LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 199610–14
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Liberian collateral material16–20
      98. Apr./June 1999, Vol. 22(2), “Whole No. 99”
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: And the bid goes on! [George Alevizos auction Mar. 30, 1999]1–10
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: Another sheet of Scott #2?11–12
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: Update on Zwedru registration cancel13–14
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: The #20 and #20. cancels [SEEPOST]13, 15–16
        • Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.: More information on the Loanga à Marseille cancellations17–21
      99. July/Sep. 1999, Vol. 22(3), “Whole No. 100”
        • Raymond, Gale J.: “Stops at every ... fence post”. Cliché fits Liberian post office. Repr. from Western Stamp Collector 19691–2
        • Raymond, Gale J.: [Condition of current postal service in Liberia]2–3
        • Nordin, Leon: [Registration labels / Loanga à Marseille cancellation / George Alevizos auction Mar. 30, 1999]3–5
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Various remarks on articles from LPS Journal No. 94–96 / UNICEF $5.00 overprint on Scott #C70]6–22
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message [LPS meeting at Colopex 1999]23
      100. Oct./Dec. 1999, Vol. 22(4), “Whole No. 101”
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Editorial [Some pages from Scott’s catalog of stamps for 1868]1–2
        • [Covers from Harald Liedtke’s collection]4–20
      101. Jan./Mar. 2000, Vol. 23(1), “Whole No. 102”
        • Cummings, William W.: [Comment on Oct./Dec. 1999 editorial regarding 1868 Scott catalogue numbers]1
        • Grosvenor, John R.: Alice doen’t live here anymore2–3
        • Some magnificent items from the Bob Carr collection4–20
      102. Apr./June 2000, Vol. 23(2), “Whole No. 103”
        • Nordin, Leon: Liberian postage 1858–19702–6
        • [Michael Rogers INC. US and worldwide mail sale #1, April 21, 2000]7–21
        • [Current list of LPS members]22–23
        • Lockard, Thomas: Minutes [LPS meeting at Colopex 2000]24–25
      103. July/Sep. 2000, Vol. 23(3), “Whole No. 104”
        • Varaschini, Luciano: [Letter to LPS president Tom Lockard]2
        • [Northland Auctions international public stamp auction May 27–28, 2000]3–6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Reflections on Stamp Expo 20007
        • Grosvenor, John R.: A printed-matter postcard8–9
        • Weaver, Kent E.: [Five letters written by or for missionary Thomas Wilson, Liberia, to Walter Lowrie, secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, New York City]10–19
        • Lockard, Thomas: President’s message #23 [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 2000 in Providence]20–23
      104. Oct./Dec. 2000, Vol. 23(4), “Whole No. 105”
        • Nordin, Leon & Luciano Varaschini: The currency of Liberia1
        • Liedtke, Harald: Index of LPS journals 1978–2000 [Newsletter and Journal index / two preprinted blue covers by Ministry of Postal Affairs, Liberia]2–10
        • Lamb, Robert E.: [Letter to Roy Mackal in response to Varaschini’s letter in the last issue]11
        • Nordin, Leon: [1877 letter from Sweden to Monrovia]12
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Earliest and most recent covers from Liberia]13–18
        • Stephens, Donald: Why Liberia?20–22
      105. Jan./Mar. 2001, Vol. 24(1), “Whole No. 106”
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Reflections on London 2000 [Stamp Show 2000 London]2–3
        • Richards, Thomas J.: 1880 issue – late usage during WWI6
        • Richards, Thomas J.: Do you know the way to Jacktown?7–9
        • Raymond, Gale J.: Liberia: military and peacekeeping forces [ECOMOG mails]. Repr. from Military Postal History Society Bulletin Summer 199610–14
        • Nordin, Leon: [Letter to the journal, covers from Leon Nordin’s collection]15–18
        • Lockard, Thomas: [2001 Colopex]20–21
      106. Apr./June 2001, Vol. 24(2), “Whole No. 107”
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: The rare Liberian double-vignetted sideways invert [Scott #37b]2–7
        • Sacher, John: [Comment on Leon Nordin’s note from LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 2000, p. 1]7
        • Nordin, Leon: Liberian postal rates up to 19508–20
        • Jehudi Ashmun. Repr. from the Friend Vol. 2(1), Oct. 182821–22
      107. July/Sep. 2001, Vol. 24(3), “Whole No. 108”
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: On the origin of the Tubman flags [1958 flag issue varieties of Scott #368–70, #C114–7]1–7
        • [Some replies from Stanley Gibbons to inquiries from LPS member Donald Stephens]8–9
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Comment on Richards: “Do you know the way to Jacktown?”, LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2001]11–14
        • [T.Q. Harris for Liberian president]. Repr. from Contemp UPS campaign20–22
      108. Oct./Dec. 2001, Vol. 24(4), “Whole No. 109”
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: A fantasy: the Grinch who stole inverts1–8
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: Addendum to: On the origin of the Tubman flags9–12
        • Weaver, Kent E.: Liberian forgeries12–15
        • Lockard, Thomas: Minutes [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 2001 in Chicago]16
        • Liedtke, Harald: [1936 air triangles and varieties]17
      109. Jan./Mar. 2002, Vol. 25(1), “Whole No. 110”
        • [Cover from Kent Weaver’s collection]1
        • Stephens, Donald: Help with SEEPOST, please. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 20042
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Cover from Harald Liedtke’s collection]3–4
        • Weaver, Kent E.: “ORDINARY” forgeries5–24
        • Weaver, Kent E.: Fred Farr’s notes [Numbers known of some Liberian stamp varieties]25
      110. Apr./June 2002, Vol. 25(2), “Whole No. 111”
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: Only one alike is enough [1892 pictorial issue color errors]3–6
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: The jungle books. Book I. Historical [Liberian stamps depicting animals]6–11
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: The jungle books. Book II. Genealogy: a burlesque [Liberian stamps depicting animals]12–19
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Response to Stephens: “Help with SEEPOST, please” from LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2002]20
      111. July/Sep. 2002, Vol. 25(3), “Whole No. 112”
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: The jungle books. Book III. Gli Uccelli [Liberian stamps depicting birds]2–7
        • Richards, Thomas J.: “On the Boardwalk in Atlantic City” [A report on the LPS meeting at the APS Stampshow 2002]8
        • Liberia [Country facts]. Repr. from CIA world factbook 20009–17
        • Modern Liberian stamps. Repr. from Philatelic Journal of Great Britain Jan. 193818–19
        • [Covers from Kent Weaver’s collection]20
      112. Oct./Dec. 2002, Vol. 25(4), “Whole No. 113”
        • Lockard, Thomas: [Letter to Roy Mackal]2
        • Varaschini, Luciano: “British” Liberia [Postal history]. Repr. from Cameo 55, Vol. 7(2), 20013–6
        • Varaschini, Luciano: [1913 8c on 3c Scott #128 and varieties from Luciano Varaschini’s collection]7–17
        • [Covers from Kent Weaver’s collection]18–22
      113. Jan./Mar. 2003, Vol. 26(1), “Whole No. 114”
        • Stephens, Donald: The stamp that never was? [1903 registration issue: Scott #F10–4]2
        • Greenlaw, Paul S.: Fun from design errors3–10
        • Weaver, Kent E.: Something went wrong [1947 CIPEX issue: Scott #300, #C54–6, #C56a]11–12
        • Arce, Joe: Essays on proofs15–19
      114. Apr./June 2003, Vol. 26(2), “Whole No. 115”
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Response to articles from LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2003 (part text and figures, see Oct./Dec. 2003 issue)]2–3
        • Weaver, Kent E.: Liberia – potpourri [Some early articles on Liberian stamps]4–11
        • Show awards [Linpex 2003]12
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Correspondence between the Imperial German Consulate in Monrovia and The Hon. C.D.B. King, Secretary of state, regarding German compensation claims]13–23
      115. July/Sep. 2003, Vol. 26(3), “Whole No. 116”
        • Philip Cockrill 1912–2003 [Obituary]. Repr. from Seaposter 393, May/June 20032
        • Arce, Joe: Essays on proofs3–10
        • Iwan, William: Liberia 2001 [Worldwide census of stamps issued in 2001]11–12
        • Arce, Joe: Color variations on proofs and essays13–16
        • Iwan, William: The Zinzin Road17
        • Iwan, William: The day I went fishing with the paramount chief18
        • [Covers from Robert Carr collection]19–20
      116. Oct./Dec. 2003, Vol. 26(4), “Whole No. 117”
        • [Cover from Robert Carr collection]1
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Response to articles from LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2003 (full text, see Apr./June. 2003 issue)]3–4
        • Grosvenor, John R.: Ashmun oddities5–10
        • Neice, Garry G.: [Auction results for Peter Balner collection of inverted centers of the world]13
        • [Covers from Robert Carr collection]14–19
        • [Postcard from Tom Lockard collection]20
      117. Jan./Mar. 2004, Vol. 27(1), “Whole No. 118”
        • Miller, Dave: [Liberia new issues on cover / I.G.P.C.]1–2, 5–8
        • Kloetzel, James E.: The status of new issues from Liberia. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly Dec. 20033–4
        • Crane, A.O.: Philatelic side-lights on history. IV – Larks aboard the Lark. Repr. from ?9
        • [National anthems]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip 193310
        • Van den Berg, George: Philatelic notes. Repr. from Stamps10
        • Van den Berg, George: [Marketing of 1906 and 1909 “printer’s waste”]. Repr. from Stamps10
        • [Short biographies of some Liberian presidents on stamps]. Repr. from Scott’s Monthly Journal11
        • [On the name “Liberia” and J.J.Roberts’ presidency]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Oct. 14, 193311
        • Sefi, A.J.: Postal development in the Republic of Liberia. Repr. from Philatelic Journal of Great Britain June 192612
        • Scott, Peter: The cover tells the story [Postmark showing ship]. Repr. from Philatelic Magazine Aug. 24, 195613
        • Bileski, Kasimir: The Kemeny Liberia stock. Repr. from ?14–15
        • Richardson, Nathaniel R.: The postal system of the Republic [based on Karnga, Abayomi: Liberia Official Postal Guide. Montserrado Printing and Publishing Company, Monrovia, Oct. 1923]. Repr. from chapter XXXI in: Liberia’s Past and Present, London, 195916–18
        • Hamilton, Ben: From president to thief [Edward James Roye]. Repr. from Scott’s Monthly Journal 384, Vol. 33(6), Sep./Oct. 195219
        • A popular difficulty cleared up [Printing two-colored stamps]. Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly Mar. 194020–21
      118. Apr./June 2004, Vol. 27(2)
        • Weaver, Kent E.: Fournier forgeries revisited2–7
        • Hamilton, Ben: The Liberian Frontier Force and its stamps. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Mar. 22, 19418–9
        • Emery, Earl D.: The provisionals of 1923, 1926 and 1927. Repr. from Philatelic Journal of Great Britain Sep. 192910–13
        • [Robert Carr cover]13
        • Hamilton, Ben: The 1928 series of Liberian stamps. Repr. from Scott’s Monthly Journal Oct. 193714–19
        • Webb, John: The 1926 overprints of Liberia. Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly June 193720–21
        • [Robert Carr cover]21
      119. July/Sep. 2004, Vol. 27(3)
        • Miller, Dave & Takuzo Inoue: [Liberia new issues on cover]1–8
        • McCarty, Denise: Liberian official sends letters as proof of operating mail service. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News June 14,20049
        • Kloetzel, James E.: Signs of philatelic life in Liberia. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly June 200410–11
        • Grosvenor, John R.: Liberian Social Security revenues12–15
        • Liedtke, Harald: [On the german submarine that destroyed the gunboat “Lark”]16–24
      120. Oct./Dec. 2004, Vol. 27(4)
        • Kloetzel, James E.: The status of new issues from Liberia. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly Dec. 20032–3
        • Liberia listings [in Scott catalog]. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News July 7, 20033
        • Glasgow, Eric: Liberian reflections. Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly Nov. 19494–6
        • Chapman, Kenneth F.: Light on Liberian postal affairs. Repr. from Philatelic Magazine Oct. 6, 19337–8
        • Hamilton, Ben: “Dumping on the market”. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip 616, Vol. 18(23), Aug. 26, 19339–14
        • Modern Liberian stamps. Repr. from Philatelic Journal of Great Britain Jan. 193815
        • Hamilton, Ben: Liberia prostitutes philately [Liberian Philatelic Agency]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Aug. 10, 194016–17
        • Downs, C.N.: “Lost man of history” – recalled to memory by zeal of philatelists [Jehudi Ashmun]. Repr. from Stamps Vol. 100(13), Sep. 28, 195719–20
      121. Jan./Mar. 2005, Vol. 28(1)
        • Geilfuss, G.L.: Jungle prophet from Appleseed Lane [Jehudi Ashmun]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip2–4
        • Bileski, Kasimir: [About collecting Liberia]. Repr. from K. Bileski leaflet4
        • General Wickersham exhibits Liberia at Collectors Club. Repr. from Stamps 94(12), Mar. 24, 19565
        • Hamilton, Ben: [Liberian zoology on stamps]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip6
        • [Liberian plants on stamps]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip6
        • Hamilton, Ben: [Liberian zoology on stamps, continued]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip7
        • Bird, Sidney: Random notes. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip8
        • [1956 Olympic Games issue: Scott #358–61, #C104–5]. Repr. from Stamps 19569
        • New Liberian perf. noted [1949 Love of Liberty issue: Scott #309–12, #C63–4]. Repr. from Scott’s Monthly Journal9
        • [Sanabria #26A and 29A]. Repr. from Mekeel’s Mar. 19589
        • Liberian date variation [Scott #177]. Repr. from Scott’s Monthly Journal9
        • Liberia set honors tour [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]. Repr. from National Stamp News 19579
        • Hamilton, Ben: [The “Lark”]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip 193610
        • [1952 Jehudi Ashmun souvenir sheet: Scott #C69a]. Repr. from Mekeel’s June 13, 195210
        • Goerth, Leo F.: [Rubber stamped air letter sheets]. Repr. from Stamps July 9, 194911
        • [1945 Roosevelt issue: Scott #296–7, #C51]. Repr. from ?11
        • [The “S.S. George Washington” on Scott #F33]. Repr. from Stamps July 14, 1951. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter Dec. 1972 and LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 199211
        • Hamilton, Ben: West African notes. Repr. from ?, Jan. 28, 193312
        • Hamilton, Ben: Interesting news from Liberia [Scott #230 shortage]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Dec. 10, 193212
        • Liberian sales. Repr. from Western Stamp Collector June 14, 195212
        • Bird, Sidney: Random notes. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip 1930’s13
        • Good joke on Red Cross [1918 Red Cross overprints: Scott #B3–15]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip13
        • Hamilton, Ben: [1923 pictorials]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Mar. 21, 193614
        • [1952 Jehudi Ashmun issue: Scott #332–7, #C68–9]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Sep. 13, 195214
        • Bird, Sidney: Random notes [Scott #O84]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip15
        • Bruns, Franklin R.: Liberia. Stampless covers. Repr. from the American Philatelist July 1952. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 201116–21
      122. Apr./June 2005, Vol. 28(2)
        • Liedtke, Harald: [List of postally used picture postcards]1–8
        • Scott, Peter: There’s money in postmarks. Look for these on Liberia. Repr. from Philatelic Magazine May 16, 19589
        • Bruns, Franklin R.: Liberian cancellations. Repr. from Covers Oct. 195210
        • Bird, Sidney: Liberian postal cancelations. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Aug. 29, 193611
        • Emery, Earl D.: Cancellations on Liberian stamps. Repr. from Philatelic Journal of Great Britain Apr. 192912–15
        • Napier, G.S.F.: The stamps of Liberia [1860 issue]. Repr. from Stanley Gibbons Monthly Journal 255, Vol. 22, Mar. 31, 191416–20
      123. July/Sep. 2005, Vol. 28(3)
        • Stephens, Donald: Topsy-turvy-land (with a twist) [Scott #121b]1
        • Haeseler, Rob: Kasimir Bileski, 1908–2005 [Obituary]. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News Feb. 14, 20052
        • Miller, Dave: [Recent Liberian denominaton change overprints / Information on the I.G.P.C.]3–20
      124. Oct./Dec. 2005, Vol. 28(4)
        • Bigalke, Jay: Gale J. Raymond, 1924–2005 [Obituary]2
        • Liedtke, Harald: [List of CTO obliterations through 1987]3–7
        • Cockrill, Philip: Ocean mails [Part 1/2: pages 1–12]. Repr. from booklet8–21
      125. Jan./Mar. 2006, Vol. 29(1)
        • Richards, Vernon: “Hole in the flag” variety [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]2–6
        • Nee, Martin: [Postcard to Harbel]7–9
        • Paul Stephen Greenlaw, Ph.D. [Obituary]. Repr. from Global Stamp News Oct. 200510
        • Cockrill, Philip: Ocean mails [Part 2/2: pages 13–34]. Repr. from booklet11–33
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Two covers with ship cancellations]34–35
      126. Apr./June 2006, Vol. 29(2)
        • Whiten, Andrew & William C. McGrew: Is this the first portrayal of tool use by a chimp? [Scott #103]. Repr. from Nature 409, Jan. 4, 20011
        • [Worldwide census of stamps issued in 2003]. Repr. from Michel Rundschau Mar. 20052–3
        • Lamb, Robert E.: [Contemporary Liberian cover sent from Monrovia to Wyomissing, Pennsylvania]4–5
        • Liedtke, Harald: [List of Liberian specimen overprints]5–15
        • [Missing red color in flag of Scott #369]16
        • McCarty, Denise: Scott resumes catalog listings for recent stamps of Liberia. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News May 15, 200617
        • Winick, Les: Covers show global adventures of Gale J. Raymond. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News Nov. 21, 200518
      127. July/Sep. 2006, Vol. 29(3)
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Regarding “tool use by a chimp” / EXPRESS handstamp]1–3
        • Jewell, Charles: Unusual covers. Liberia. A registered letter to Germany. Repr. from the West-End Philatelist July/Aug. 19573
        • Huban, George H.: The lost man of history [Jehudi Ashmun]. Repr. from booklet published by K. Bileski, Sep. 14, 19494–10
        • Bileski, Kasimir: [Grave of Jehudi Ashmun]. Repr. from K. Bileski leaflet ~195411
        • Hamilton, Ben: The first Liberian pictorials. Repr. from Stamps May 8, 194312–13
        • Poole, Bertram W.H.: An interesting Liberian issue [1885 numeral issue]. Repr. from ?14–15
        • Hurst, Peter J.: The Small Queens series of 1870–97 [Related to artwork of Liberia 1881 inland issue]. Repr. from ?16
        • Wickersham, Cornelius W.: Three Liberian covers. Repr. from Stamps June 14, 195817
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: Liberia’s “INLAND POSTAGE” stamp of 1897. Repr. from ?, 195718–21
      128. Oct./Dec. 2006, Vol. 29(4)
        • Weaver, Kent E.: [Scott #229 var. “2” in red above “two cents” on cover]1–2
        • Grosvenor, John R.: More on Social Security revenues3–6
        • Grosvenor, John R.: Another coconut [Scott #285]7–9
        • [Newly discovered: S.G. #319 with surcharge inverted and S.G 341 imperf between]. Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly June 193710
        • Liberia shows first U.S. stamps. Repr. from Covers Jan. 196610
        • [“ORDINARY” overprints]. Repr. from Stanley Gibbons Monthly Journal Feb. 28, 190711
        • Bird, Sidney: Unlisted varieties of Liberian stamps. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip12–13
        • Hamilton, Ben: The so-called “Johnstonian” stamps of Liberia. Repr. from the American Philatelist Feb. 193914–21
      129. Jan./Mar. 2007, Vol. 30(1)
        • [Invitation for 23d Founders Day Scholarship Luncheon, 1977, sent by Mrs. Ola E. Jones, Liberian Consulate General, to Roy Mackal]2
        • [Letter from J. Yossi Malamud, I.G.P.C., to Dave Miller]3
        • [Current list of LPS members]4–5
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian Foreign Service fee stamps. A preliminary note. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 19786–9
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Liberian revenue stamps [ABNC specimens]10
        • Bruns, Franklin R.: Liberia. History of 1947 harbor issues [Scott #298–9, #C52–3]. Repr. from the Collectors Club Philatelist Jan. 194811–13
        • Bruns, Franklin R.: Liberia honours Roosevelt [Scott #296–7, #C51]. Repr. from the Collectors Club Philatelist 14–16
        • [“1936” overprinted 1918 pictorials]. Repr. from the Stamp Lover Jan. 193717
        • Bileski, Kasimir: [Newly discovered 22c on $1 error, Scott #256a]. Repr. from K. Bileski sale offer 195418
        • [“First air mail service” 1936 triangles]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip193619
        • Difficulties in Liberia [Interrupted shipment of fifth pictorials]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip19
        • Hamilton, Ben: [Postponed withdrawal of overprinted 1918 pictorials]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip193719
      130. Apr./June 2007, Vol. 30(2)
        • [Liberia 1975 Specialized Catalogue memories]1–4
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: Bogus 1920 surcharges5–6
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Scott #229 varieties]8–12
        • Stephens, Donald: [Scott #229 varieties]13
        • [Harmers auction Mar. 6, 2007]14–17
        • Inoue, Takuzo: Postal situation in Liberia since 198918–30
      131. July/Sep. 2007, Vol. 30(3)
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: Returns from the 1920 surcharge census request3
        • [Letter from Chip Lockard, son of Tom Lockard, informing the LPS about his father’s death]4
        • Inoue, Takuzo: [Corrections to “Postal situation in Liberia since 1989”]5–6
        • Bruns, Franklin R.: The independence issue of Liberia [Scott #305–8, #C58–60]. Repr. from ?7–14
        • [1958 flag issue on cover]. Repr. from Linn’s Weekly Stamp News15
        • [1948–1950 presidential issue: Scott #313–28]. Repr. from Stamps June 6, 195915
        • [About collecting Liberia]. Repr. from Stamps Sep. 20, 196915
        • The 1952 Jehudi Ashmun issue [Scott #332–7, #C68–9]. Repr. from ?16–17
        • Bileski, Kasimir: The Liberian 1953 bird set [Scott #341–6]. Repr. from K. Bileski sale offer18
        • Liberian issue on sale May 2 [1957 Anniversary of Robertsfield–Idlewild air service: Scott #362–3, #C107–10]. Repr. from W.C.S. 195719
        • Liberia – postage – bird set [Scott #341–6]. Repr. from Mekeel’s 195319
        • [1953 bird issue: Scott #341–6]. Repr. from Stamps 195319
        • Liberia’s presidentials [Scott #313–28]. Repr. from the Stamp Collectors’ Fortnightly June 17, 195020
        • Liberia offers U.N. series of 4 [Scott #338–40, #340a, #C70]. Repr. from New York World-Telegram & Sun 195221
        • [1952 Jehudi Ashmun issue: Scott #332–7, #C68–9]. Repr. from New York World-Telegram & Sun 195221
      132. Oct./Dec. 2007, Vol. 30(4)
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: [BALPEX 2007 / Postage due questions / Can you help? Will you help? Census of the 1920 provisional surcharges is asking for information]2–3
        • Coming issues [75th anniversary of the Universal Postal Union: Scott #330–1, #C67]. Repr. from the Aero Philatelist’s News May 1, 1950, Vol. 5(9)4
        • Rice, Stanley R.: First flight – Liberia–US stamps [Scott #C17–36]. Repr. from the Aero Philatelist’s News May 1, 1950, Vol. 5(9)5–7
        • Gatchell, L.B.: Those Liberian airmail issues [Scott #C17–36]. Repr. from Stamps May 8, 19438–9
        • Stolow, J.H.: The rarest of the rare! – 1942 50c on 1c green ‘without bars’ [Scott #C17]. Repr. from Stamp News March 195610
        • Walker, Walter F.: U.S.–Liberia air service [Scott #C17–26]. Repr. from Stamps September 27, 194111
        • Liberian stamps overprinted for first Liberia–United States flight [Scott #C17–26]. Repr. from Stamps April 11, 194211
        • [New airmail issues June 1, 1944: Scott #C38–9, #C41, #C43–4]. Repr. from Stamps June 10, 194411
        • Two Perkins, Bacon perforation errors on the 1936 Liberia air mails [Scott #C3A–F]. Repr. from the Aero Philatelist’s News12
        • [New issues 1936 and 1937]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip December 5, 193613
        • [Issues 1928 to 1937]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip April 3, 193713
        • Sieger, Hermann E.: Erste Flugpost in Liberia [Scott #C1–3]. Repr. from Deutsche Briefmarken- und Flugpostzeitung 12514–15
        • Hamilton, Ben: Wings over Liberia [Scott #C1–3]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip September 5, 193616–17
        • Liberia semipostals issued June 21 [Scott #B19, #CB4–6]. Repr. from WSC June 195418
        • [Antoinette Tubman Child Welfare Foundation issue: Scott #364–7, #C111–2]. Repr. from various journals 195719
        • [50th anniversary of Rotary International issue: Scott #354, #C97–9]. Repr. from various journals 1955-195720
        • American missionary on Liberian UN stamp [United Nations technical assistance program issue: Scott #C78–81]. Repr. from Linn’s May 195820
        • [Scott #309 color error]. Repr. from Mekeel’s 1954 and WSC April 3, 195421
        • [Flowers and 10th Anniversary of the United Nations issues: Scott #350–3, #C91–2 and #C93–6]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip 195521
        • [UNICEF issue: Scott #C77]. Repr. from WSC 195421
        • [United Nations world conference issue: Scott #338–40, #340a, #C70]. Repr. from Stamps 1952 and Mekeel’s22
        • [Liberia souvenir UPU booklet 1957]. Repr. from Stamps and Mekeel’s Nov 22, 195722
        • [FIPEX issue: Scott #355–7, #C100–2]. Repr. from Mekeel’s April 1956 and Linn’s 195623
        • Bileski, Kasimir: The 1918 Red Cross set [Scott #B3–15]24
      133. Jan./Mar. 2008, Vol. 31(1)
        • Bruns, Franklin R.: Liberia L.I.A. issues [Scott #C61–2]. Repr. from the American Philatelist 2
        • Vienno-Michaud, Laurier P.: This and that [Scott #O155]. Repr. from ?3
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia. Postage due stamps. Repr. from S.P.A. Journal Oct. 19634–5
        • Crouch, L.W.: Postage due stamps of the world. Repr. from the Postage Stamp June 17, 19116–7
        • Rogers, Henry H.: Liberia. Postal stationery [Preliminary draft of book chapter]. Repr. from S.P.A. Journal Aug. 19638–13
        • [Album page for cut squares]14
        • Lurch, E. Norman: Postal stationery of Liberia15–18
        • Hamilton, Ben: Stamps by Johnston [1942 fauna issue: Scott #283–8]. Repr. from Stamps Mar. 27, 194319–20
        • Hasler, L.W.: New light on Liberia. A country for beginner or specialist. Repr. from the Stamp Magazine Mar. 194221
        • Tombs, R.C.: The head of “Liberty”. Repr. from Philately Feb. 195222
      134. Apr./June 2008, Vol. 31(2)
        • Dunn, John F.: Viewing the Lockard Liberia collection. Repr. from Mekeel’s and Stamps Magazine Apr. 11, 20082–3
        • Tauber, Lewis E.: The mystery of the water damaged pair [Scott #115 specimen]4–5
        • Richards, Thomas J.: An interesting Liberia revenue usage6–12
        • Liberia’s post-war postage stamps. Repr. from BBC News website 2006/08/2313
        • Road to recovery. Repr. from UPU website14–16
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Liberian postcards for sale]17–30
      135. July/Sep. 2008, Vol. 31(3)
        • Weaver, Kent E.: “PSOTAGE” error of Scott #3681–4
        • Pearson, Natalie Obiko: Arcelor, Liberia share an acid test. Repr. from the Wall Street Journal May 30, 20085
        • Grosvenor, John R.: Social Security revenues – a complete list6–8
        • Parren, Marc: Postal arrangements in modern Liberia revisited9–16
        • Hamilton, Ben: That perplexing problem – Liberia. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Mar. 16, 193517–23
      136. Oct./Dec. 2008, Vol. 31(4)
        • Inoue, Takuzo: Postal situation in Liberia from 19892–29
      137. Jan./Mar. 2009, Vol. 32(1)
        • Tauber, Lewis E.: [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]1–4
        • Frankevicz, Martin J.: Out of anarchy. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly July 20065–7
        • Frankevicz, Martin J.: Out of anarchy: Liberia returns. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly Aug. 20068–10
        • Grosvenor, John R.: Some corrections to my previous articles [in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1998 and Oct./Dec. 2006]11–12
        • Chlanda, Henry: Why are there so many Liberian stamp errors?13–15
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Proof of WWII US Army presence in Liberia]15–16
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: Liberia postal card PC1 specimen overprint17
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: A new Liberian postal card19
      138. Apr./June 2009, Vol. 32(2)
        • Korn, Bryant: Forgery cancellations on 1860–1880 forgeries3–6
        • Korn, Bryant: The use of registered stamps in 1894–18952, 7–21
      139. July/Sep. 2009, Vol. 32(3)
        • Mackal, Roy P.: Plating Liberia Scott number 14 [Part 3/3; see LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1995 and July/Sep. 1996]1–26
        • [Current list of LPS members]27
      140. Oct./Dec. 2009, Vol. 32(4)
        • Johnson, A.: New postage stamps launched in Gbarnga. Repr. from Liberian Observer Online 20091–3
        • Grosvenor, John R.: Another postage due cover4–6
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: Liberian ECOMOG mails revisited7–11
        • Korn, Bryant: Who was Erich Parche? – revisited12–13
        • Korn, Bryant: The use of registered stamps in 1894–1895 – update [to Apr./June 2009 article]14–15
        • Liedtke, Harald: [Airmail envelope and air letter]16–17
        • [Current list of LPS members]18–19
      141. Jan./Mar. 2010, Vol. 33(1)
        • Tauber, Lewis E.: [Registered cover with Scott #183–4]2–4
        • Weaver, Kent E.: An interesting forgery [Forged Scott #21 on cover]5–6
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: Liberian airmail envelopes. Repr. from Postal Stationery 369, Nov./Dec. 20097–10
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: Liberia’s first two air mail envelopes [Addenda to Liberian air mail envelopes]11–13
        • Korn, Bryant: The 1892 16c orange-yellow14
        • Korn, Bryant: Plating of the 1891 8c (PC.4 die III)15–16
        • Weaver, Kent E.: Col Henry Rogers’ Liberia collection17–21
      142. Apr./June 2010, Vol. 33(2)
        • Korn, Bryant: A shortage of the 1885–89 Liberian numerical issues in 1890–18912–4
        • Korn, Bryant: The Floyd E. Risvold collection – American expansion & journey west. Spink-Shreves auction5–7
        • Korn, Bryant: The internal postmarks and cancellations of Liberia. An update of Philip Cockrill’s series booklet #8 – part 2. Internal postmarks 1860–18928–12
        • Korn, Bryant: The internal postmarks and cancellations of Liberia. An update of Philip Cockrill’s series booklet #8 – part 1. Cork PAID and POSTAGE PAID 1860–189213–20
      143. July/Sep. 2010, Vol. 33(3)
        • Sacher, John: Liberia. Prepayment of mail in the 19th century. Repr. from the London Philatelist 1376, Vol. 119, June 20102–13
        • Korn, Bryant: Cancelled-to-order and forgery cancellations on the 1880 first issue fifth transfer printing14–18
        • Korn, Bryant: Interesting 1864 letter from Cape Palmas19–20
      144. Oct./Dec. 2010, Vol. 33(4)
        • Korn, Bryant: When in 1892 was the numerical series re-issued? [Article corrected in next issue]2
        • Weaver, Kent E.: [Two covers from Tom Lockard estate]3–5
        • Tauber, Lewis E.: Printers waste – a catch all or something more6–14
      145. Jan./Mar. 2011, Vol. 34(1)
        • Korn, Bryant: When in 1892 was the numerical series re-issued? (corrected)2
        • Shoemaker, Robert E.: Liberian semi postal issues B1–B153–17
      146. Apr./June 2011, Vol. 34(2)
        • Miller, Dave: [Call for documenting historical letters by the LPS]2
        • Sereda, Greg: The 1916 two cent on five cent provisional surcharges [Scott #154, #O88]3–5, 11–14
        • Sereda, Greg: The 1916 one cent provisional surcharges [Scott #153, #O87]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Apr./June 19876–7, 9
        • Chlanda, Henry: Additional notes on the 1916 one cent provisionals [Scott #153, #O87]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Apr./June 19877–8, 10
        • Korn, Bryant: Siginificant postal history covers from the Barbara Fosdyke-Ray collection15–16
        • Korn, Bryant: Post office cancellations of Liberian revenue stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 201317–18
        • Korn, Bryant: Fiscal use of Liberian postage stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 201319
        • Korn, Bryant: Deutsche SEEPOST cancellations on Liberian revenue stamps20–22
      147. July/Sep. 2011, Vol. 34(3)
        • Korn, Bryant: Preliminary chronology for Liberian revenue overprints2–4
        • Korn, Bryant: Liberia revenue documents; use of Cockrill revenue type no. 8. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 20135–7
        • Wickersham, Cornelius W.: Liberia. The printers and dies of the 1880 and 1881 issues. Repr. from Stamps Dec. 6, 19588–11
        • Wickersham, Cornelius W.: Liberia. The dies of the 1880 and 1881 issues. Repr. from Stamps Jan, 28, 196112–14
        • Bruns, Franklin R.: Liberia. Stampsless covers. Repr. from the American Philatelist July, 1952. Also repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 200515–20
      148. Oct./Dec. 2011, Vol. 34(4)
        • Korn, Bryant: Preliminary chronology for Liberian revenue overprints – addendum [to July/Sep. 2011 article]2
        • Sereda, Greg: Ebay fakes & forgeries3–7
        • Korn, Bryant: Reply to Dave Miller on Liberian history8
        • Korn, Bryant: Deutsche SEEPOST cancellations on Liberian revenue stamps. Addendum [to Apr./June 2011 article]9
        • Korn, Bryant: Brewerville cancellation CP.15A10–11
        • Grosvenor, John R.: Thoughts on the Schuyler-Rumsey auction14–17
      149. Jan./Mar. 2012, Vol. 35(1)
        • Woytowich, William: Two years ahead of time! The second Jehudi Ashmun Liberian stamp issue [Scott #332–7, #C68–9 “errors” and varieties]2–5
        • Hicks, Edgar: Grosvenor thoughts on Rumsey auction6–7
        • Hicks, Edgar: April 2012 – Barbara Fosdyke Ray collection balance (WESTPEX)8
        • Nine new members join the Liberian Philatelic Society9
        • Hicks, Edgar: My first real LPS experience and my first APS stamp show (Columbus)10
        • Hicks, Edgar: What’s the plan for 2012(?)11
        • Rogers donates Liberian collection to Smithsonian. Repr. from Linn’s 198012
        • Hicks, Edgar: LPS Journal (archives) inventory in Nebraska. Or, how does Roy do it?13
        • Hicks, Edgar: An Omaha exhibiting offer to all LPS members14
        • Romaine, B.F.: A two thousand fold agency. Repr. from Sep. 13, 187515
        • Sereda, Greg: February 28, 1936 air mail stamps of Liberia used on non-commemorative cover16–20
        • Beier, Manfred: Liberian airmail envelopes (an update)21–22
      150. Apr./June 2012, Vol. 35(2)
        • Beier, Manfred: Index of LPS Newsletters and Journals June 1966–Jan./Mar. 20122–25
      151. July/Sep. 2012, Vol. 35(3)
        • Farr, Frederick Q.: The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. from LPS Letter May 1969. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 19862–5
        • Chlanda, Henry: 1914 overprint update [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]6–12
        • Korn, Bryant: The ROBERTSPORT CP.8 cancellation, 189413–14
        • Chlanda, Henry: More information on the ROBERTSPORT CP.8 postmark15–16
      152. Oct./Dec. 2012, Vol. 35(4)
        • Korn, Bryant: New Liberian revenue booklet1
        • Chlanda, Henry: Book review: “Liberian Postal Stationery” [by Dr. Robert E. Shoemaker]2
        • Chlanda, Henry: The Thomas Lockard auction sale [H.R. Harmer auction of March 14, 2008]2–10
        • Sereda, Greg: Emery Ross (1887 – 1973) [picture post card sent from Monrovia to the U.S., 1913]10–11
        • Sereda, Greg: The 1954 UNICEF constant flaw variety [Scott #C77]11–13
      153. Jan./Mar. 2013, Vol. 36(1)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Sheet layout of the 1892 6c numerical issue [Scott #28]1–11
        • Mitchell, Calvin & Daniel Piazza: de Laurence covers from the Col. Henry Harper Rogers Collection12–16
      154. Apr./June 2013, Vol. 36(2)
        • Chlanda, Henry: The defaced H.R.W. Johnson postcards and envelopes1–7
        • Korn, Bryant: Fiscal use of Liberian postage stamps. Repr. from LPS Journal Apr./June 20117–8
        • Korn, Bryant: Liberia revenue documents; use of Cockrill revenue type no. 8. Repr. from LPS Journal July/Sep. 20118–11
        • Korn, Bryant: Post office cancellations of Liberian revenue stamps. Repr. from LPS Journal Apr./June 201111–14
        • Korn, Bryant: 1916 semi-postal stamp usage on covers to Deutscher Hilfsverein [Scott #B1–2]14–15
      155. July/Sep. 2013, Vol. 36(3)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Three Cockrill annotated pages of the 1881 3c Black Inland [Scott #21]1–4
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberian meter mail5–14
      156. Oct./Dec. 2013, Vol. 36(4)
        • Searls, Travis: LPS member profile: Manfred Beier2–3
        • Chlanda, Henry: Liberia advertising covers3–14
      157. Jan./Mar. 2016, Vol. 37(1)
        • Chlanda, Henry: Harper postmarks 1892 – 19022–18
      158. Apr./June 2016, Vol. 37(2)
        • Beier, Manfred: Scott #142b: Does it exist?2
        • Chlanda, Henry: Perforated 12.5 1906 Perkins Bacon varieties3–8
        • Chlanda, Henry: One dollar provisional revenue on 1c 1909 issue8–10
        • Chlanda, Henry: Design artwork for the 1983 National Archives issue [Scott #973-4]11–14

Perforation Gauge

  1. Transparent perforation gauge (600 dpi PNG-file):
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