Cachet Envelopes not yet known used

by Jay L. Rogers

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There are many cacheted envelopes that are, as of yet, unknown actually used.   Unknown, as used herein, means unknown to the author and editors.



B-2 front 2nd
B-2 back 2nd

Lone Scout [Magazine] "Application for Agency" Post Card


8/01/23

Chicago, IL

Printed

Black on manila 3¼" x 5½" card.

W.D. Boyce Co.


Also see the W.D. Boyce section, and see 17-2 in Additions, 1910s section.




B-1

Milwaukee Boy Scouts of America Stationery


Circa 1925

Milwaukee, WI

Printed

Black on blue U432 stamped envelope.

See 25-1


in Print Catalog.   Editors note:   This is strictly conjecture, but it appears that, in pen & ink, the sender


neatly spelled the first name of the addressee incorrectly - "Hairy" instead of "Harry" - , caught his mistake


and rather than cross it out or throw it out, simply set it aside.




B-6

Devil's Lake Camp O'Ral


06/6-8/30

Baraboo, WI

Printed

Black

#10 envelope.




B-4

Potawatomi Area Council Stationery


1932

Waukesha, WI

Printed

Black on white U525 stamped #10 envelope.




B-5

Elbeetian Legion    Third Annual Convention


09/36

Roanoke, VA

Thermographed

Black

See 35-33 in the Print Catalog




B-8

Elbeetian Legion    Third Elbeetian Convention


09/36

Roanoke, VA

Printed

Black




B-3

Region Ten 1937 Jamboree Office Stationery


1937

Saint Paul, MN

Printed

Red-orange

#10 envelope





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