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MAPS Meeting - Boxboro 2005

PALMARES FOR AIRMAIL EXHIBITS

Multi-frame:
Gold: William V. Kreibel, Brazil: The First Air Mails, 1925-1934. He also won the American Airmail Society Award
Silver: Alan P. Bentz, Lindbergh and the Caribbean - Emerging Airmail Routes - FAMs 5-6.
Single-frame:
Grand Award and Platinum as well as APS Medal of Excellence:
Stephen Reinhard, Swiss Pioneer Airmail Flights - 1913
Vermeil: Fred Dietz, When You Can't Follow the Score - Wing It
Joseph G. Bock, 30 Cent Value of the U.S. Transport Air Mail Series
Joseph G. Bock, 50 Cent Value of the U.S. Trans-Pacific Airmails
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MAPS Society Table
MAPS Society Table
Dorothy Dietz, Fred Dietz (President)
& Ken Woodbury
MAPS Meeting
MAPS Meeting
John Johnson Jr. & Fred Dietz (MAPS President)
at MAPS Meeting
Boxboro 2005 Dinner
Boxboro 2005 Banquet
Stephen Reinhard being presented with the APS 1900-1940 Medal of Excellence
for his Exhibit 'Swiss Pioneer Airmail Flights - 1913' that
also won the Single Frame Grand Award
Boxboro 2005 Dinner
Boxboro 2005 Banquet
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Shapiro
Boxboro 2005 Dinner
Boxboro 2005 Banquet
Derek Pillage, Jeffrey Shapiro, Stephen Reinhard & Joe Bock
Boxboro 2005 Dinner
Boxboro 2005 Banquet
John Johnson Jr. & A.D. "Don" Jones
Updated 8 Auggust 2005
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