American Philatelic Society
Summer Seminar Snap Shots - June 2012

Janet Houser (registers students for Summer Seminar.


Gretchen Moody greets students Sunday evening.

Opening Reception


Opening Reception.

Alex Haimann spoke Monday at the opening General Session about "Traveling the Philatelic World".


"Postal History Without Covers" by David Straight.

Wayne Youngblood points out his name on the plaque designating him as a 20-year APS Instructor.


The APRL was a busy place during the seminar. John Zwyer uses the scanner.

Joe Brockert spoke at a General Session on "The Current Status of U.S. Stamps and Stamp Products."


The booths were busy at Buy, Sale, Trade night.

Students, Don Hargy, Jonathan Topper, and David Wessler, doing some “shopping” during their free time.


Vera Felts and Joanne Berkowitz shop between classes.

Rodney Juell spoke on "The Railway Post Office: More than a century of service to the mails."


Tom Lera presented "A New Forensic Tool for Philatelists" from the Smithsonian National Postal Museum.

Barb Boal helps a student in her "Philatelic Desktop Publishing" Course.


Bill Weiss (shown here) along with Clark Frazier taught "U.S. Bank Note Company Issues: 1870–1890."

Students look over the lots prior to the auction starting, Tuesday evening.


Everyone is ready to bid.

Owen Chun, recipient of the Youth Scholarship, participated in Irv Miller’s "U.S. Stamp Expert 101" course.


Owen picks some lots that he may want to bid on at the auction.

Gordon C. Morison was the featured speaker at the Distinguished Philatelist Dinner Thursday evening.


Guests at the Dinner.

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