Additions and Corrections

to Levy's Boy & Girl Scout Cachet Covers of the United States Volume I & II

by Jay L. Rogers

Copyright © 2009 - 2018 by Scouts on Stamps Society International, Inc.  All rights reserved.

Additional information is always most welcome.
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View by Decade:

  1910s  ....... pages 264-265             1950s  ....... pages 285-298
  1920s  ....... pages 266-267             1960  ........ pages 299-303
  1930s  ....... pages 268-274             Labels  ....... pages 304-305
  1940s  ....... pages 275-284             Cancellations  ... pages 306

        INDEX  ....... pages 1-306


30-0.2

30-0.2

$35


Niagara District Stationery


05/01/30

example

Buffalo, NY

Printed

Orange


Niagara District, Buffalo Council, Buffalo, NY

#10 envelope


268



30-0.3

30-0.3

$45


Western New York Jamboree


06/05/30

example

Buffalo, NY

Printed

Red-orange


Buffalo Council, Buffalo, NY

#10 envelope


268



30-0.4

30-0.4

$40


Camp Madeleine Mulford Stationery


06/27/30

Branchville, NJ

Printed

Black


Montclair Girl Scouts, Montclair, NJ

The earliest [recorded] Girl Scout cachet cover.


268



30-1.1

30-1.1

$70


Siple Homecoming with S30-3 Troop Camping Seal


06/28/30

Erie,PA

Rubber stamped

Violet


Seal is Gold on gold foil

1⅜" diam

National Council, BSA


There were nine different foil seals, of which this is one, used for the "Five Year Training Program"


certificate for Scout leaders. It is the only one recorded on cover

Ex Walter Grob


See S30-3 in the Labels Section for the entire set of 9 & the Certificate.


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30-2.1

30-2.1

$40


Camp Tarryall - First Flight


08/14/30

Glendale, CA

Rubber stamped

Violet & purple


Incoming airmail to Camp via Colorado Springs, CO.   It is likely that the Colorado Springs PM


cacheted the mail, and had an airplane drop a mail bag over the camp.


The cachet is dated August 17, 1930.


268



30-2.2

30-2.2

$30


Camp OP-RO-KI


08/26/30

Waukesha, WI

Printed

Green


268



30-3.1

30-3.1

$25


The Hundred Percent Troop


08/29/30

Iconium, MO

Printed

Brown on brown envelope


Troop 100, Kansas City, MO


268



Change:   30-5 to 30-5a


Credit R.A. Brooks as well as the Canton Chamber of Commerce for this cover.


Change: value from $45 to $75.



30-5b

30-5b

$75


Welcome to Siple at Canton


09/01/30

Canton, OH

Printed label in Red

Typed text in Black & red


R.A. Brooks of Fenton, MI, an areophilatelist of the 1930s, prepared these covers, sent them on to


the Canton Chamber of Commerce who applied the label cachet and mailed them back to him.


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30-9.1

30-9.1

$60


S14-1 Hinds Advertising Picture Stamp on 30-9 Girl Scouts Welcome Byrd U.S.N.


11/14/30

St. Louis, MO

Printed Multicolored Label

Thermographed Green Cachet


This is the earliest recorded Girl Scout label used on the earliest known Girl Scout cachet event cover.


See S14-2 in the Labels Section for more information.

Ex Walter Grob


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31-3.1

31-3.1

$30


Boy Scouts of America   Pine Bluff Stationery


02/21/31

example

Pine Bluff, AR

Printed corner card blue on blue


Boy Scouts of America   Pine Bluff, AR


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31-4.1

31-4.1

$60    $90 w/Siple Autograph


Erie Welcomes Byrd


03/25/31

Erie, PA

Rubber stamped   Typed text

Erie Council, Erie, PA


Same as #31-4b with addition of typed text & canceled one day later.


268



31-4.2

31-4.2

$35


First Day Cover of Red Cross Stamp


05/21/31

Dansville, NY

Printed   Black & red

Wayne County District & W. Arthur McKinney


On Wayne County District, Rochester Area Council corner.


268



31-9.1

31-9.1

$35


Camp Manatoc   Bond


12/05/31

Akron, OH

Printed

Black


Akron Area Council, Akron, OH

9" x 12" manila envelope

Shown in reduced size


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Additions:  to 31-6 Siple at Bartlesville in the Print Catalog.


31-6k Red & Violet diagonal.

$50


31-6L Red & Green horizontal.

$50    $80 w/Siple Autograph


31-6b, 31-6c, 31-6e on thick white card stock.



32-0

32-0

$20


Washington Bicentennial 8¢ Stamp - First Day Cover    Northeastern District


01/01/32

Washington, DC

Printed corner card   Green

Rubber stamped

Blue & Violet


Orville Crowder, Secretary, Northeastern District, Baltimore Area Council, Boy Scouts of America


Crowder made FDCs for each stamp in the set with higher values marked as airmail.


268



32-0.5a
32-0.5b

32-0.5a

  

32-0.5b


Newsletter of San Francisco Area Council


San Francisco, CA

Printed

Blue

#9 envelope

Council address changed late in 1932.


a.

704 Market St.   example   04/02/32

$35


b.

755 Market St.   example   03/26/35

$35


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32-0.6

32-0.6

$35


Muscadawin Area Council

Great News


01/28/32

example

Flint, MI

Printed corner card in blue

Mimeographed in black


Muscadawin Area Council, Flint, MI


269



32-0.7

32-0.7

$30


Arbor Day Stamp - First Day Cover    The Rochester [1929 World] Jamboree Troop


04/22/32

Nebraska City, NE

Printed corner card in Black, red, white, blue & gold.


Printed generic Myron McCamley "Eagle - Shield - Capital" cachet in Purple.

W. Arthur McKinney


The addressee, W. Arthur McKinney, a professional Scouter, later became Stamp Editor of Boys' Life,


a founder of SOSSI, and the "Special Assistant to the Chief Scout Executive".


These covers were prepared in two steps.   McKinney sent self addressed corner stationery to the


Nebraska City Postmaster for First Day processing & he had the McCamley cachet applied to the covers


before (or after) they were mailed or,   the corner was printed on the already prepared


McCamley generic cacheted envelopes.


269



32-0.7

32-0.8

$20


Arbor Day Stamp - First Day Cover    Troop 2   Boy Scouts of America Corner


04/22/32

 

Nebraska City, NE

 

Printed

 

Blue

 

Harry Pride


269



32-0.9a
32-0.9b

32-0.9a

  

32-0.9b


Welcome to Siple at Massillon


03/29/32

Massillon, OH

Rubber stamped

#7 envelope


Scout Council, Chamber of Commerce & Elks Lodge were event sponsors & probably cachet sponsors.


a.

Violet

example with Paul Siple autograph. Erased faint pencil address.

$130


b.

Violet left half, Red right half

$100


c.

Red

$100


d.

Black

With Paul Siple autograph

$130


This is the 18th different Siple cachet cover in the tour series, the only one from 1932


& probably the final one. It is the only new Siple cachet type recorded since 2007.



See a related cover in P. Paul Siple in Non-Cachet US Scout Covers


269



32-0.91

32-0.91

$85


Camp Royaneh


06/16/32

Cazadero, CA

Printed

Brown

San Francisco Area Council, San Francisco, CA


Same cachet as 33-24 in the print Catalog which is green.



Note: This cover was recorded 8 years after 33-24 was. An obviously desirable 1932 "a" & "b" listing was


therefore impossible.


269



32-1.1

32-1.1

$35


Lone Scout Division  1½" Logo


10/12/32

example

Deans, NJ

Rubber stamped

Purple & black


This "Columbus Day" cover was sponsored by a Lone Scout.


269



32-1.2

32-1.2

$20


Knox-Warren Area Council City Hall Stationery


06/30/32

Galesburg, IL

Printed

Blue


Knox-Warren Area Council, Galesburg, IL


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32-1.3

32-1.3

$30


Region Six, Boy Scouts of America    George Witherspoon


09/14/32

Williamsburg, VA

Printed

Black & blue    Rubber stamped  Violet


Sent by Kenneth Bentz of Region Six to Williamsburg to receive the "Witherspoon-Washington


Headquarters" cachet. Region Six "Received" rubber stamp applied upon its return.


Region Six, Boy Scouts of America, Atlanta, GA


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Add to 32-2:   Cachet by Arthur Lutz aka "Stamp Tongs of Astoria"



Corrections to 33-1:   Change sponsor from "Tongs of Astoria" to "Stamp Tongs of Astoria"


Change "Over 4,000 rubber stamped." to "About 3,800 rubber stamped."


Add to 33-1:   All covers are sequentially numbered on back.


270



33-1b

33-1b

$30


Boy Scout Ten Year Program


02/04/33

Memphis, TN

Rubber stamped

Blue

#U436 stamped #10 envelope


National Council, BSA made this rubber stamp available nationwide.


This example is on Chickasaw Council, Memphis, TN, corner card rubber stamped in black.


Other known examples are from 02/08/33 Dayton, OH; 02/13/33 Olney, IL; 04/10/33 Los Angeles, CA


& 04/22/33 Reading, PA



Very few of these covers seem to have survived.   Ironically, its usage by "Stamp Tongs of Astoria"


on 33-1 remains the second most common pre 1948 US Scout cover.



Corrections to 33-2:   Change sponsor from "Tongs of Astoria" to "Stamp Tongs of Astoria"


Add to 33-2:   All covers are numbered on back. The sequence used on 33-1 is continued and


a number 3846 is known.  About 50-100 made.


270



33-2.1a
33-2.1b

33-2.1a

  

33-2.1b


Exhibition and Award Ceremony


02/08/33

Chicago, IL

Printed

#U481 stamped #10 envelope


Chicago Council, Chicago, IL


a.

Red    Example also cacheted with 33-1

$40


b.

Green    Example also cacheted with 33-1 and 33-2.2

$40


On the back of these covers, the numbering sequence is continued from 33-1 & 33-2;


these being from 3900 to 3905.



The signature of Arthur Lutz, ASM Troop 53, Queens Council, is associated with the 33-1 cachet.  Lutz


lived in Long Island City; his Troop 53 was in Astoria. Whereas most 33-1 covers were machine cancelled


"New York, N.Y. 15", some were cancelled "Long Island City, N.Y. 2".   Astoria & Long Island City are


contiguous communities in the Boro of Queens in New York City.


Arthur Lutz most likely was "Stamp Tongs of Astoria".


270



33-2.2a
33-2.2b

33-2.2a

   

33-2.2b


Chicago Council Stationery


02/33

Chicago, IL

Printed

Black

#U481 stamped #10 envelope

Chicago Council, Chicago, IL


a.

A separate image is not available. For clarity, the above 33-2.1b image


is shown with the extraneous information removed.

$25


b.

As a. without "Postmaster:" message.

$25


270



33-2.2c

33-2.2c

$25


Chicago Council Stationery


1932-1933

Chicago, IL

Printed

Black

Chicago Council, Chicago, IL

#10 envelope


Similar to 33-2.2a but a Form 3547 instead of a 3457 & "9 W. Washington Street" instead of "9 West


Washington Street".  As the "West" is used on subsequent dated covers, this "W." address


probably precedes the 02/33 date of 33-2.2a.


270



33-4.1S30-1 for 33-4.1

33-4.1

$25


1930 Boy Scout Twentieth Anniversary Label (part)


02/33

Washington, DC

Portion of Printed label with black ink border S30-1

Multicolored & black


Label by National Council, BSA,  Cover by Walter MacPeek.


MacPeek cut down the 1930 label to handmake a [probable] 1933 Scout Week cover.


The S30-1 label to scale is shown for comparison.   For 1930 usage, see D. Cover backs with cachets.


271



Add:   33-9e

Purple

Value: $15

 

See 33-9 in the print Catalog.



Add:   33-9f

Purple top,   blue bottom

Value: $20

 

See 33-9c in the print Catalog.




33-9.1a
33-9.1b

33-9.1a

 

33-9.1b


100th Anniversary Lincoln as Postmaster

Lincoln Circuits


05/07/33

Different typed descriptions for each city.

Deboice name is Rubber stamped.


Abraham Lincoln Council, Springfield, IL & Benjamin S. DeBoice

#6¼ envelopes


a.

Purple   Rubber stamped   Black rubber stamped facsimile Lincoln signature.


Examples:   Taylorville, IL   Petersburg, IL   Bloomington, IL

$25


b.

Violet   Rubber stamped   Without facsimile signature.


Examples:   Mount Pulaski, IL   Lincoln, IL   Monticello, IL

$25




Additions & Changes to the Lincoln Trail sidebar story on page 20 of the print Catalog.



Change: "This series of 9 covers....." to "12 covers".


Change: "Location Cancellations on #33-9" to "....#33-9 & #33-9.1"


Add two more locations, Bloomington, IL & Sullivan, IL, bringing the total to 22 locations.


Add to the list of Scout signatures on #33-10 & #33-11, these 28:  Art Baker,  Frank Baker,


John Beerbaum,  Victor Blackwell,  H. Christine,  R. Deichmann,   Lloyd Dollet,  William Farnham,


Wm Fisch,  Wayne Freeman,  Eugene Gakin,  Jimie Haley,  Robert Hemphill,  Howard Huffmaster,*


R. Richard Kaylor,   Gerald King,   Norman Lott,  Wm. T. McCune,   James Mitchell*,   John Picco,


K. Ross   George Samonds,  Gus Schemenz,   Harold Seamen,   Sam Silbergeld,


Teddy Small,   Edwin Waldmire & Boyd D. Wall bringing the total to 51.


* New Additions.


271



33-14.1 33-14.1-back

33-14.1

$350


Scoutogram from a USA Territory: The Philippine Islands


05/23/33

Manila, P.I.

Printed

Black


Philippine Council, Boy Scouts of America, Manila, P.I.


This example went from Manila to Shanghai with 38 postage due being applied to the


back of the cover in China.



This single piece is the only BSA cachet cover (known to the author) from the Philippine Islands


when they were a territory of the USA.



See the SOSSI Journal, March/April, 2009 for the full story.


271



33-14.2

33-14.2

$25


Century of Progress 3¢ Stamp - First Day Cover   Troop 87 - Paris, TN


05/25/33

Chicago, IL

Printed

Blue

Troop 87, Paris,TN   Stationery.


271



33-15g

33-15g

$38


10th Anniversary Troop 5


05/31/33

Monongahela, PA

Printed

Green Text    Silver Background

Black Double Line Circle


Troop 5, Monongahela, PA

See the other six varieties, 33-15a - f, in the Print Catalog.


271



33-20.1

33-20.1

$18


Century of Progress Boy Scout Day


08/26/33

Chicago, IL

Printed

Violet      Typed

Black

#6¼ envelope


Boy Scout Day was Aug 25.   This cover was likely posted too late in the day & received a 1am postmark


on the 26th.


271



33-23.1

33-23.1

$20


Troop 41   New Orleans, LA


09/16/33

Memphis, TN

Printed

Blue


Probably mailed back to New Orleans by a Troop member traveling in Memphis.


271



34-1.3

34-1.3

$30


1934 Boy Scout Week Label


02/34

Example

Sandusky, OH

Printed label S34-1

Blue, red & black

National Council, BSA


On Firelands Area Council, Sandusky OH corner card.

Rubber stamped & typed

Black

#10 envelope


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34-1.4

34-1.4

$25


Crater Lake Council Stationery


02/15/34

example

Medford, OR

Printed

Blue


Crater Lake Council, Medford, OR


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Corrections & Additions to 34-2:   Cachet maker was not "Crosby"


Add: G. Cargill Bernard as the artist, J.M. Barlow as the Cachet Director & Paul D. Barnhard


as the District Scout Commisioner.  Sponsor was the Canal Zone Boy Scouts.


[W.G.] Crosby was the Cachet Director of the Chamber of Commerce of San Pedro, CA.   He sponsored


several other USF Constitution Covers in San Pedro in October 1933. ¹


Add: 04/02/34 as an earlier second date of use. See "Cancellations" for additional information.


270



34-3.3

34-3.3

$30


Boy Scout Air Dispatch


06/30/34

Mooringsport, LA

Mimeographed

Black


Norwela Council, LA

On Council corner card

# 10 envelope


Cover flown from Shreveport, the Council HQ, to Caddo Lake Reservation, the Council Camp,


and then mailed from Mooringsport, the Camp PO.


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34-3.4a
34-3.4b
34-3.4c
34-3.4d

34-3.4a

 

34-3.4b

 

34-3.4c

 

34-3.4d


National Recovery Act on Council Stationery


NRA "Blue Eagle" cachet in use from mid 1933 through mid 1935.


a.

Blue   Printed   National Council, BSA   New York, NY


Example   06/07/34   Blue #7 envelope

$25


b.

Black   Printed   National Council, BSA   New York, NY

$25


Example   02/08/35   25th Anniversary - Jamboree slogan meter


Blue #10 envelope

$125


c.

Other Councils   Example   Schiff Scout Reservation, National Training


Center   06/17/35   Mendham, NJ   Printed   Green   Buff envelope

$25


d.

Dan Beard's Home Office   Black on Blue envelope


11/29/34

Suffern, NY

Beard used National Council stationery


rubber stamped with his home address.

$40


See the 1934 letter from Dan Beard in Non-cachet US Scout CoversL. Letters & Mailings


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Add 35-2a & Change 35-2 in the Print Catalog to 35-2b as follows:



36-2a

35-2a

   

35-2b appears on the cover of the Print Catalog. See the home page.


25th Anniversary


02/08/35

 

Brooklyn, NY

 

Hand made #7 envelope

 

Scout Cancel #2a

 

Oscar Hengstler


a.

Printed     Black

$250


b.

As a. plus Hand colored     Black, red, blue & gold     [18b]

$500


Hengstler made a total of 25 covers. It is not known how many were hand colored, but five is an estimate.


35-2 covers contain the only known examples of the red cancel #2. See page 28 in the Print Catalog.


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Add to 35-3:   Harold C. Denegar, the Director of the American Cover Club & credited with sponsoring


the cover, was also the Deputy Commissioner of the Monmouth Council, BSA.


His calling card was found inside of a cover.


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36-1.3

36-1.3

$25


Troop 247 Brooklyn, NY Stationery


02/21/36

example

Brooklyn, NY

Printed

Black & green


Troop 247, Brooklyn, NY


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36-2.1
36-2.1-back

36-2.1

36-2.1 back

$80


Opening Day of the First Scout-O-Rama


03/27/36

New York, NY

Rubber stamped

Red & blue   Hand painted   Multicolored   C. J. Freddi


Back

Rubber stamped

Blue & red

Same Pioneer and text rubber stamps as used on 36-3.


See the Print Catalog


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Freddi_Auto

Sections of Covers 36-4 & 36-2 Comparing C. J. Freddi & Blue Eagle Autographs


See both full covers & the side bar story "Blue Eagle is C. J. Freddi" on page 40 of the Print Catalog.


Both autographs were made with the same pen and the same ink on the same day; March 28, 1936.


Note the "B" under the AKA bar of Freddi's signature and the "B" in Blue Eagle.   They are the same.


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36-4.1

36-4.1

$35


BSA National Convention


05/22/36

Atlantic City, NJ

Printed Cut & paste

Yellow & blue

Hand lettered in ink

Black

Arthur T. Wright


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36-4.1

36-4.2


Salt Lake Council Stationery


05/01/36

Salt Lake City, UT

Printed


a.

Green

$25


b.

Brown

$25


For a., see the dated enclosure in "L. Letters & Mailings".

A 2nd example of a. is dated 08/18/36


Similar to 47-6 in the Print Catalog which is blue and has a different Council address.


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36-4.3

36-4.3

$25


Troop 66 Taylorville, IL


07/07/36

Taylorville, IL

Hectographed

Violet

Troop 66, Taylorville, IL


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36-5.1

36-5.1

$30


Every Scout in Camp S36-2 Label


07/26/33

Kingston, NY

Printed

Orange, white & black

National Council, BSA


On Ulster-Greene Council, Kingston, NY corner.

Printed

Brown

On Canary #10 envelope



This cover provides the following change in the Print Catalog:


The earliest known date of use for S36-4 is changed from 1936 to 1933.


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Change & Addition:   37-1   27th Anniversary   Change value from $75 to $100

Add Daniel Puglis as sponsor


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37-2.2a

37-2.2a

$25


National Jamboree Promotion


01/14/37

example

New York, NY

Printed

Black on blue #10 envelope

National Council, BSA


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Change:   37-2.2   to   37-2.2b




37-1.2

37-1.2

$25


Council Ring on Brooklyn Council Corner


02/09/37

Brooklyn, NY

Rubber stamped

Printed corner

Black

Brooklyn Council, Brooklyn, NY


The Council Ring was a group of New York City Scouters involved with Indian Dancing and the


Order of the Arrow.   The addressee, Captain C. J. Freddi;   AKA C. J. Freddi, Carlos J. Freddi & Blue


Eagle, was a director of the "Indian" events in the 1936 & 1940 New York City Scout-O-Ramas.


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37-2.4

37-2.4

$30


San Luis Obispo County Council Stationery


05/26/37

example

San Luis Obispo, CA

Printed

Brown on brown envelope


San Luis Obispo County Council, CA


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37-3d

37-3d

First National Jamboree - Emblem plus Lines

$100


07/09/37

Washington, DC

Printed

Blue

Hand drawn red & blue lines, text in ink.

L. W. Staehle


Staehle put the lines & text on the cover and sent it in to have the emblem cachet applied.


He misjudged the size of the emblem.

Staehle made these one year before his first commercial cachet.


See 37-3a, b, c in the Print Catalog

Example ex Walter Grob


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37-7b

37-7


First National Jamboree - Plaque


07/08/37

Washington, DC

Printed


a.

Blue & silver

$35


b.

Silver & red

$35


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37-7.1

37-7.1

First National Jamboree - Staten Island Provisional Troop stationery

$75


06/30/37

Washington, DC

Printed

Red

#10 envelope

Staten Island Council - City of New York


Probably also used as promotional stationery prior to the Jamboree. However, this [single cover]


is the only recorded example.


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Add:   37-10d

07/07/37

"JAMBOREE"

Red & blue

Value: $75   See 37-10 in the print Catalog.


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37-11.1

37-11.1

$45


First National Jamboree - Label #S37-3


07/04/37   Washington, DC   Printed   Red, blue, gold, black & pale red   National Council, BSA


Example on Howard Christy Chandler postcard.   See 37-22 below


Mailed from the Jamboree.   The addressee, C.J. Freddi, was an important New York City Scouter.


See 36-1.3 & 36-2.1 above & 36-3 & 36-4 in the Print Catalog.


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37-11.2

37-11.2

$45


First National Jamboree - Boy Scout Troop 12


07/06/37   Washington, DC   Rubber stamped   Purple   Troop 12, Springfield, OH


Example on Howard Christy Chandler postcard.   See 37-22 below


Mailed from the Jamboree.   Also on the back of 37-12 in the Print Catalog.


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37-18.1

37-18.1

$35


First National Jamboree - July 4th Celebration


07/16/37

Washington, DC

Printed

Blue & red


Same text, font & style as 37-15, 16, 17 & 18 in Print Catalog.


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37-21

37-21

$50


First National Jamboree - Rotary Troop 66


07/05/37

Washington, DC

Rubber stamped

Blue & red

Troop 66, Taylorville, IL


Also:   See 37-2 in the Print Catalog.


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37-2237-22pc

37-22

$35


First National Jamboree - Howard Chandler Christy Postcard


07/03/37

Washington, DC

Printed

Blue

C.T. Art Colortone


This "letter home" sent during the Jamboree bears the Jamboree's most frequently used postmark:


"Washington, D.C. 15" with the "Airmail Saves Time" DC-3 machine cancel.    Also see 38-0.2 below.


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37-22.1

37-22.1

$35


Signing Constitution FDC   Howard Chandler Christy Post Card


09/17/37

Philadelphia, PA

Printed & Rubber stamped

Blue

C.T. Art Colortone

See 37-22 above.


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37-22

37-23   (Formerly 37-22)

$60


First National Jamboree - Field Headquarters


09/18/37

Washington, DC

National Jamboree Field Headquarters stationery

Printed


Dark blue on blue #10 envelope.

Late usage


Paste up of "Jamboree" with stationery elements overlay, 37-6 & 37-11. See them in the Print Catalog.


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37-23.1

37-23.1

$35


First National Jamboree


09/18/37

Washington, DC

National Jamboree Field Headquarters stationery

Printed


Dark blue

#10 envelope.

Late usage


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37-22.1

37-24

$35


S37-4 25th Anniversary Label on Wyoming Valley Council Corner


11/06/37

Wilkes Barre, PA

Label

Multicolored

 

Corner

Black


Girl Scouts, Wyoming Valley Council, Wilkes-Barre, PA


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38-0.1a
38-0.1a
38-0.1b

38-0.1a

   

38-0.1b

   

38-0.1c


National Air Mail Week - Luray, VA


Luray, VA

Rubber stamped

Boy Scouts of America, Luray, VA


a.

05/16/38    Violet on Green 3¼" x 5½" card. Printed message on back.

$30


b.

05/17/38    Blue

$30


c.

05/19/38    Blue-green with additional Purple text.

$30


d.

05/20/38    Blue & red.

$30


There were several hundred different cachets made for National Air Mail Week. Most of the cities with airports


were represented. Of the entire lot, this is one of only two known to be sponsored by the Boy or Girl Scouts.


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38-0.4

38-0.4

$30


National Air Mail Week - Boise, ID


05/15/38

Boise, ID

Rubber stamped

Purple

Blue on Blue Council stationery


Boy Scouts of America, Boise Area Council, Boise, ID


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38-0.2

38-0.2

$35


Constitution Ratification FDC   Howard Chandler Christy Post Card


06/21/38

Philadelphia, PA

Printed

Blue

C.T. Art Colortone

See 37-22 above.


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38-0.3

38-0.3

$30


Scouting • The All American Youth Program


03/09/38

New London, CT

Printed

Red & blue

#10 envelope


Pequot Council, New London, CT


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38-1b

38-1b

$22


Owasippe Summer Camp


06/27/49

example

Owasippe, MI

Printed

Green


Chicago Council, Chicago, IL



Change:   38-1   to   38-1a


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38-3

38-3

$30


Chickasaw Council, OK Stationery


07/07/38

example

Ardmore, OK

Printed

Brown

#10 envelope


Chickasaw Council #468, Ardmore, OK


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38-3.1

38-3.1

$25


Camp Onway Stationery


07/11/38

example

Raymond, NH

Printed

Green on gray #7¾ envelope


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38-4

38-4

$20


Stamford Council, CT Stationery


08/30/38

example

Stamford, CT

Printed

Blue

Stamford Council, Stamford, CT


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38-5

38-5

$20


Girl Scout in Maine


11/26/38

example

Clinton, ME

Mimeographed

Black


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39-2b

39-2b

$30


Buffalo Scoutorama


04/21-22/39

Buffalo, NY

Rubber stamped

Purple

U.S. Postal Dept.

#7 envelope



Change:   39-2  to  39-2a

Change: value from $10 to $27


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39-2.1

39-2.1

$50


S39-6 Girl Scout Chalet New York World's Fair Label


06/18/39

World's Fair Sta., NY

Label Red & green on Gold foil

Silver gelatin photographic postcard


See S39-6 in the Labels Section.


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Add:   To 39-4 in the Print Catalog:

"Troop 17, Alameda, CA" as the sponsor.




39-5.1

39-5.1

$20


Printing Tercentenary Stamp FDC on Yucca Council Corner


09/25/39

New York, NY

Printed

Blue on blue envelope

Yucca Council, El Paso, TX



Correction:   On 39-11 in the Print Catalog change "Printed" to "Thermographed".


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39-11.1
39-11.1-back

39-11.1

$75


Boston Sea Scouts New York World's Fair Cruise with Porpoise Corner


08/19/39

Sandwich, MA

Thermographed

Gold


"SEASCOUT SHIP PORPOISE" corner   Blue   Printed   #6¼ envelope



Hubert Giffels also had the following cachets printed on the same Porpoise corner covers:


39-6.1a on 39-6a Fleet Cruise, Gloucester, MA (See image in Print Catalog)

$75


39-6.1b on 39-6b Fleet Cruise, Gloucester, MA (See image in Print Catalog)

$75


39-8.1a on 39-8a Fair Cruise, World's Fair Sta. NY (See image in Print Catalog)

$75


39-9.1a on 39-9a Fair Cruise, Fishers Island, NY (See image in Print Catalog)

$75


39-9.1b on 39-9b Fair Cruise, Fishers Island, NY (See image in Print Catalog)

$75



The "SEASCOUT SHIP PORPOISE" black circular cachet is recorded only on cover backs


of cachets that include "S.S.S. Porpoise" printed or hand written on the front.


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39-16

39-16

$10


Onondaga-Cortland Council Corner with "Now One Boy in Every Five a Scout"


12/01/39

Syracuse, NY

Printed

Black

Onondaga-Cortland Council, Syracuse, NY


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