Literature on Liberian Philately

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Books

    1. Cockrill, Philip: Handbook series. Published by House of Antiquity, Nether Stowey, Somerset.
      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. Arce, Joe
      • Essays on proofsJan./Mar. 2003: 15–19
      • Essays on proofsJuly/Sep. 2003: 3–10
      • Color variations on proofs and essaysJuly/Sep. 2003: 13–16
    2. Barham, Terry
      • New find? [Scott #135 on brownish paper]Jan. 1973: 4
    3. Bartlett, Harley Harris
      • Liberian Stamp Society. Prospectus. Repr. from founding document 1955. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: 4
      • Liberian Stamp Society. Prospectus. Repr. from founding document 1955. Also repr. in LPS Letter Apr. 1968July/Sep. 1990: 3–4
    4. Behrens, Walt
      • Assignment LiberiaSep./Oct. 1980: 4–6
    5. Beier, Manfred
      • Liberian airmail envelopes (an update)Jan./Mar. 2012: 21–22
      • Index of LPS Newsletters and Journals June 1966–Jan./Mar. 2012Apr./June 2012: 2–25
      • Scott #142b: Does it exist?Apr./June 2016: 2
      • Fake Costa Rica cancel on Scott #19Jan./Mar. 2018: 1
      • Scott #142b: conclusionJan./Mar. 2018: 14
      • An unlisted variety of Scott #145 and #O82Apr./June 2018: 1, 14
      • Bogus 1920 surcharge on Scott #177aApr./June 2018: 5
      • Scott #64 with “INLAND” obliteratedJuly/Sep. 2018: 11–12
      • The third and fourth transfer of Liberia’s first issue [SG #8 (Scott #14) and SG #11]Oct./Dec. 2018: 12–13
      • The first Liberian commemorative issue of 1923 – a follow-up [Scott #209–13]Oct./Dec. 2018: 14
      • The ECOWAS issue of 2015/2017Jan./Mar. 2019: 1
      • QSL cards from LiberiaJan./Mar. 2019: 9–18
      • A postcard sent to Germany – twice [in 1914 and 1915]July/Sep. 2019: 9
      • Formular aerogrammesJuly/Sep. 2019: 10–11
      • John Walter Scott, I presume? [forgeries of the first issues Scott #1–20]July/Sep. 2019: 12–13
      • An unreported “O S” handstamp [on Scott #56 and #102]Oct./Dec. 2019: 1
      • Update to: A postcard sent to Germany – twiceOct./Dec. 2019: 7
      • Modern error stamps and stamp errors [African fauna issue 1966: Scott #451, 453; Martin Luther King 1968: #C180; Olympic Games (in 1972) 1971: #558; American Revolution bicentennial (in 1976) 1975: #706 (FRAKLIN error); 15th Winter Olympic Games (in 1988) 1987: #1054; Liberian-German Friendship 1987: #1056; Inauguration of the Second Republic (in 1986) 1988: #1075; 20th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission 1989: #1125]Jan./Mar. 2020: 1, 5–6
      • The forgeries with the blob [Scott #1–3 (first issue) Spiro forgeries]Apr./June 2020: 1, 4–7
    6. Bell, William J.
      • Jehudi AshmunJuly/Aug. 1971: 2
    7. Bigalke, Jay
      • Gale J. Raymond, 1924–2005 [Obituary]Oct./Dec. 2005: 2
    8. Bileski, Kasimir
      • The birth of a stamp [Scott #314]Jan./Feb. 1980: 4–8
      • [List of Liberia revenue proofs in the ABNC archives]July/Sep. 1990: 15–16
      • The Kemeny Liberia stock. Repr. from ?Jan./Mar. 2004: 14–15
      • [About collecting Liberia]. Repr. from K. Bileski leafletJan./Mar. 2005: 4
      • [Grave of Jehudi Ashmun]. Repr. from K. Bileski leaflet ~1954July/Sep. 2006: 11
      • [Newly discovered 22c on $1 error, Scott #256a]. Repr. from K. Bileski sale offer 1954Jan./Mar. 2007: 18
      • The Liberian 1953 bird set [Scott #341–6]. Repr. from K. Bileski sale offerJuly/Sep. 2007: 18
      • The 1918 Red Cross set [Scott #B3–15]Oct./Dec. 2007: 24
    9. Bird, Sidney
      • Random notes. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic GossipJan./Mar. 2005: 8
      • Random notes. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip 1930’sJan./Mar. 2005: 13
      • Random notes [Scott #O84]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic GossipJan./Mar. 2005: 15
      • Liberian postal cancelations. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Aug. 29, 1936Apr./June 2005: 11
      • Unlisted varieties of Liberian stamps. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic GossipOct./Dec. 2006: 12–13
    10. Bolton, Joseph R.
      • Herman Jaffe, my friend. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Nov. 1971: 2–3
      • Herman Jaffe, printer [including letter reprinted from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1970]Mar./Apr. 1980: 2–3
      • Herman Jaffe, printer [Follow-up on Bolton’s article in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1980: Scott #309–12, #C63–4 proof sheet]May/June 1980: 5–6
      • Herman Jaffe, my friend. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1971Jan./Mar. 1991: 8
    11. Botto de Barros, A.C.
      • Liberia – case of force majeure. Resumption of postal service. Repr. from UPU Internal Bureau Circular 143Apr./June 1991: 14
    12. Brenner, Paul
      • Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Mar. 1972: 2–3
      • Liberian pen palsJan./Feb. 1980: 2
      • Black Americans on Liberian stamps. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Mar. 1972Jan./Mar. 1991: 9–10
    13. Bright, Brad
      • On exhibiting and promoting Liberian philatelySep./Oct. 1984: 4
    14. Brown, Robert W.
      • Jehudi Ashmun (1794–1828)May 1971: 2–3
      • Further notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Dec. 1971: 2
      • Scott #152 – Minkus #252 – Gibbons #211–220Mar. 1972: 5
      • 1944–1946 provisional issue. Scott #290A – 2c on 5c ultramarine. Plating sheetSep. 1972: 3
      • Number 126 varietyJan. 1973: 3
      • Liberian Philatelic Society meetingDec. 1973: 7
      • ASDA showDec. 1973: 8
      • 1920 provisionals. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Apr. 1974: 3–5, 10–11
      • The “it’s a small world” department. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: 4
      • Further notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1971Jan./Mar. 1991: 5–6
      • 1920 provisionals. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Apr. 1974Oct./Dec. 1992: 5–9
      • The “it’s a small world” department. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan./Feb. 1975Oct./Dec. 1993: 2
    15. 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, 1951Mar./Apr. 1985: 13–15
      • Liberia. Stampless covers. Repr. from the American Philatelist July 1952. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 2011Jan./Mar. 2005: 16–21
      • Liberian cancellations. Repr. from Covers Oct. 1952Apr./June 2005: 10
      • Liberia. History of 1947 harbor issues [Scott #298–9, #C52–3]. Repr. from the Collectors Club Philatelist Jan. 1948Jan./Mar. 2007: 11–13
      • Liberia honours Roosevelt [Scott #296–7, #C51]. Repr. from the Collectors Club Philatelist Jan./Mar. 2007: 14–16
      • The independence issue of Liberia [Scott #305–8, #C58–60]. Repr. from ?July/Sep. 2007: 7–14
      • Liberia L.I.A. issues [Scott #C61–2]. Repr. from the American Philatelist Jan./Mar. 2008: 2
      • Liberia. Stampsless covers. Repr. from the American Philatelist July, 1952. Also repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2005July/Sep. 2011: 15–20
    16. Butty, David C.
      • Liberians unbowed by broken promises. Repr. from ?Apr./June 1995: 5–6
    17. Call, B.H.
      • Letter to the editor [“Sassywood player”]Mar./Apr. 1982: 1–3
    18. Carr, Laura Kay
      • How my collection got startedSep. 1970: 3
      • Covers of LiberiaFeb. 1971: 3
      • [EXFILIMA, “The Inter-American stamp exhibition”]Jan. 1972: 2
    19. Carr, Robert V.C.
      • [List of prices paid for Scott #1–25]Mar. 1968: 2
      • [EXFILIMA]Jan. 1972: 3–4
      • Liberia at auction [H.R. Harmer sale of Jan. 11–13, 1972]Mar. 1972: 4
      • An early coverApr. 1972: 3–4
      • New date on early coversDec. 1972: 2
      • Liberia postal wrappersOct./Dec. 1997: 13–18
    20. Cecilio, Alan
      • What is this? An initial concept design or a rejected seventh design? [1949 Love of Liberty issue]Apr./June 2019: 6
      • Is this a new discovery? [1892 double (postal and reply) card printed in red instead of blue]July/Sep. 2019: 1, 3
      • Color printing order of the 1949 Love of Liberty issue [Scott #309–12, #C63–4]Oct./Dec. 2019: 10–14
    21. Chapman, Kenneth F.
      • Light on Liberian postal affairs. Repr. from Philatelic Magazine Oct. 6, 1933Oct./Dec. 2004: 7–8
    22. Charland, Walter E.
      • Odd UPU S.S. [Scott #C67a]Mar. 1970: 6
    23. Chichester, Dorothy
      • Liberian Philatelic Society [History]. Repr. from the Texas Philatelist Apr. 1969Oct./Dec. 1988: 2–3
    24. 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 1973Jan. 1974: 12
      • Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1992Feb. 1974: 8–10
      • Liberia in the Homan auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 5–6
      • Liberian prices in the news [Linn’s “Trends” Oct. 2, 1978]Sep./Oct. 1978: 2
      • Liberia’s U.P.U. postal cardMar./Apr. 1979: 4–6
      • Prices in the newsMay/June 1979: 1–2
      • Follow-up on Liberia’s U.P.U. postal cardMay/June 1979: 2
      • Obtaining stamps the Liberian styleSep./Oct. 1979: 3–5
      • A classic Liberian coverNov./Dec. 1979: 3–4
      • Liberian post offices – 1962Jan./Feb. 1980: 1
      • Auction news [John W. Kaufmann sale Feb. 9, 1980]Jan./Feb. 1980: 2–3
      • Liberia at auction [Robert Lippert’s auction on May 17, 1980]July/Aug. 1980: 5–6
      • The 1981 Scott catalog listingsSep./Oct. 1980: 1–2
      • The Monrovia six-bar cancelSep./Oct. 1980: 2–4
      • A page from the past [Theodora Stamp Company circular]Nov./Dec. 1980: 1–4
      • Another crazy Liberian variety [Scott #M6]Nov./Dec. 1980: 5–6
      • Postage used for revenue used for postageJan./Feb. 1981: 1–3
      • George Alevizos auction report [of Nov. 25, 1980 sale]Jan./Feb. 1981: 7–12
      • Dealer notes [Blackstamps]Mar./Apr. 1981: 2
      • Membership newsMar./Apr. 1981: 2–3
      • Airmail serendipity [Scott #C48B varieties]Mar./Apr. 1981: 3–6, 9–10
      • Update on Liberian first day coversJuly/Aug. 1981: 1–4
      • Another page from the past [Follow-up on Chlanda’s article in LPS Newsletter Nov./Dec. 1980]July/Aug. 1981: 5–8
      • Auction report – Kaufmann sale [on July 18, 1981 in Washington D.C.]July/Aug. 1981: 9–26
      • Liberian postal stationery. Buy “used” with cautionSep./Oct. 1981: 1–8
      • Auction report [Robert E. Lippert’s auction on Aug. 22, 1981]Sep./Oct. 1981: 10–12
      • The 1981 Gibbons Liberia listingNov./Dec. 1981: 1–3
      • Who was Peter Harris Junior?Nov./Dec. 1981: 3–6
      • Fifty year of Liberian CTO’s (1928–78)Jan./Feb. 1982: 1–6
      • William A. Fox auction report [June 24, 1982]Mar./Apr. 1982: 7–13
      • Monrovia’s time dated hand stamp postmarksJuly/Oct. 1982: 4–6
      • A real Liberian first day coverJuly/Oct. 1982: 6–8
      • Liberia revenue discovery [Block of ten of Scott #O117 overprinted “BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE”]July/Oct. 1982: 8–9
      • Auction report [Robert Siegel auction Nov. 20, 1982 and George Alevizos auction Nov. 22, 1982]July/Oct. 1982: 16–21
      • More on Liberian FDC [Follow-up on Chlanda: “A real Liberian first day cover” in LPS Newsletter July/Oct. 1982]Nov./Dec. 1982: 2–3
      • Auction report [Harmers of New York sale on Jan. 27, 1983]Nov./Dec. 1982: 4–8
      • Revenues with postal cancelsJan./Feb. 1983: 2–3
      • Auction action [John A. Fox auction Feb. 25, 1983]Jan./Feb. 1983: 6–8
      • Metered postage in LiberiaMar./Apr. 1983: 2–3
      • Book review: “Liberia, Plating the 1880 Issues, Series Booklet No. 23” by Philip CockrillMay/June 1983: 2–3
      • A Nana Kru seapost coverMay/June 1983: 3–6
      • Auction report – George Alevizos, Dec. 8 & 9, 1983Nov./Dec. 1983: 5–8
      • Tchien cancel discoveryJan./Feb. 1984: 7
      • Advertising – Liberia style [Printed matter picture postcard]Mar./Apr. 1984: 1–2
      • Auction report [Sale of Ernest Page’s Liberia collection at Harmers of San Francisco, May 15–16, 1984]May/June 1984: 8–12
      • The editor repliesJuly/Aug. 1984: 4–5
      • Overprint layout of Scott nos. 228 and O156Sep./Oct. 1984: 6–7
      • [FDC of the Commonwealth issue travelled by diplomatic pouch]Jan./Feb. 1985: 1
      • Liberian machine cancellationsJan./Feb. 1985: 3, 5–10
      • German mystery markingsNov./Dec. 1985: 1–3
      • Liberia’s first airmail stampsJan./Feb. 1986: 6–10
      • Postal markings on the 1914 provisionals [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]May/June 1986: 5–10
      • Current Liberian post officesJuly/Sep. 1986: 1–2
      • Auction report – Roger Koerber, Dec. 13, 1986Oct./Dec. 1986: 10–13
      • Liberia’s registered envelopes [Part 1/4: Rogers types R1–3]Jan./Mar. 1987: 2–8
      • An official 1936 P.O. Department coverJan./Mar. 1987: 9–11
      • Additional notes on the 1916 one cent provisionals [Scott #153, #O87]. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 2011Apr./June 1987: 5–6, 8
      • Liberia’s registered envelopes – part II [Part 2/4: Rogers types R4–5]Apr./June 1987: 6, 9–14
      • Liberia’s registered envelopes – part III [Part 3/4: Rogers types R6–7]July/Sep. 1987: 2–6
      • Die proofs of the 1892–7 issuesOct./Dec. 1987: 1–10
      • The 1950 literacy issue [Scott #329, #C66, #C66a]Apr./June 1988: 2, 5–14
      • Additional notes on Ashmun issue proofsJuly/Sep. 1988: 2–7
      • Liberia’s registered envelopes – part III [Part 3/4, updated: Rogers types R6–7]July/Sep. 1988: 3, 8–12
      • Essays of the 1955 sports issue [Scott #347–9, #C88–90]Oct./Dec. 1988: 3–9
      • Liberia institutes use of postal codesJan./Mar. 1989: 1–2
      • Liberian air mail rates 1937 to 1947Jan./Mar. 1989: 2–14
      • The Christie’s Maris sale [Results of the Albert Maris collection sale June 15, 1989]Apr./June 1989: 1–4, 6–23
      • Liberia’s registered envelopes – part IV [Part 4/4: Rogers types R8–10]Oct./Dec. 1989: 9–15
      • Liberia in Suberp Auctions, March 28–9, 1990Jan./Mar. 1990: 1–7
      • Liberian mail embargo endsApr./June 1991: 1–3
      • Careysburgh 1860 letterJuly/Sep. 1991: 1–3
      • Liberia’s new double circle postmarksJuly/Sep. 1991: 8–12
      • Liberia’s 1909 landscape issue. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Feb. 1974Oct./Dec. 1992: 4–5
      • Auction of the Fred Farr collection [Northland Auctions international public stamp auction May 16, 1997]July/Sep. 1997: 2–13
      • Why are there so many Liberian stamp errors?Jan./Mar. 2009: 13–15
      • Additional notes on the 1916 one cent provisionals [Scott #153, #O87]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Apr./June 1987Apr./June 2011: 7–8, 10
      • 1914 overprint update [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]July/Sep. 2012: 6–12
      • More information on the ROBERTSPORT CP.8 postmarkJuly/Sep. 2012: 15–16
      • Book review: “Liberian Postal Stationery” [by Dr. Robert E. Shoemaker]Oct./Dec. 2012: 2
      • The Thomas Lockard auction sale [H.R. Harmer auction of March 14, 2008]Oct./Dec. 2012: 2–10
      • Sheet layout of the 1892 6c numerical issue [Scott #28]Jan./Mar. 2013: 1–11
      • The defaced H.R.W. Johnson postcards and envelopesApr./June 2013: 1–7
      • Three Cockrill annotated pages of the 1881 3c Black Inland [Scott #21]July/Sep. 2013: 1–4
      • Liberian meter mailJuly/Sep. 2013: 5–14
      • Liberia advertising coversOct./Dec. 2013: 3–14
      • Harper postmarks 1892 – 1902Jan./Mar. 2016: 2–18
      • Perforated 12.5 1906 Perkins Bacon varietiesApr./June 2016: 3–8
      • One dollar provisional revenue on 1c 1909 issueApr./June 2016: 8–10
      • Design artwork for the 1983 National Archives issue [Scott #973-4]Apr./June 2016: 11–14
    25. Chlanda, Henry & Bryant E. Korn
      • The 4-bar cancel of Monrovia in 1910-11Oct./Dec. 2019: 5
    26. Chlanda, Henry & Kenneth Dening
      • An interesting German SEEPOST pieceJan./Feb. 1979: 3–4
    27. Clancy, Dan
      • Ohioan who became Liberia’s fifth president [Edward James Roye]July/Sep. 1993: 4
    28. Clarke, Daniel S.
      • Health Education & Literacy Project (HELP) [Letter to LPS president Tom Lockard]July/Sep. 1993: 5–9
    29. Cocking, Brian
      • 1948 presidents set [Scott #313, #328, #315, #315a]July/Sep. 1987: 7
    30. Cockrill, Philip
      • [Answers to questiones from previous Newsletter issues]Sep. 1972: 5–6
      • [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. 1970Nov. 1972: 3
      • The brown paper varieties. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Feb. 1974: 3–5
      • Special bulletinNov./Dec. 1974: 10
      • The Liberian specialized catalogNov./Dec. 1974: 11
      • MEMORIUM to LotharJan./Feb. 1975: 3
      • More on the good old daysMar./Apr. 1976: 9–10
      • An improbable connection – the 1966 $1.00 definitive and the 1972/1973 bisects [Scott #443 (Edwin J. Barclay)]Jan./Feb. 1979: 2–3
      • A reply to “An interesting German SEEPOST piece”Mar./Apr. 1979: 2
      • A question of Liberia [Cover with manuscript cancel letter “M”]May/June 1979: 5–6
      • Liberia’s railroadsJuly/Aug. 1979: 2
      • Liberia – 1860 twelve cents lilac. Repr. from Stamp CollectorNov./Dec. 1980: 6–9
      • The brown paper varieties. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Feb. 1974. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992May/June 1981: 9–10
      • A new Liberian “SPECIMEN” typeMar./Apr. 1983: 3–5
      • The 1901 “ORDINARY” overprintsNov./Dec. 1983: 1–3
      • The Waterlow archives proofsJuly/Aug. 1985: 1–3
      • On the first issuesSep./Oct. 1985: 2–4
      • Additional comments on the 1914 provisionals [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]May/June 1986: 5
      • More on Liberia’s first airmail stampsJuly/Sep. 1986: 5–10
      • An interesting censored coverOct./Dec. 1986: 2–3
      • Another unusual specimen overprintOct./Dec. 1986: 4, 7
      • “ORDINARY” multiplesOct./Dec. 1986: 8
      • The rare bicentennial error [Scott #706 “FRAKLIN”]Jan./Mar. 1987: 12
      • Good news for collectors of Liberia [Crown Agents Stamp Co. responsible for future Liberian stamp issues]Apr./June 1987: 1–2
      • The Waterlow specimen stamps of the 1938 airmail set [Scott #C4–13]Oct./Dec. 1988: 9–11
      • Collecting notesJuly/Sep. 1989: 1, 3–5
      • Liberia in the Koehler auction, Oct. 10–14, 1989Oct./Dec. 1989: 1–8
      • Is Liberia all that an unpopular country with collectors?Jan./Mar. 1990: 7
      • Which is the rarest cover? Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly December 1989Jan./Mar. 1990: 8
      • 1848 friendship treaty with Great BritainApr./June 1990: 3–5
      • British post office report on the mail from the United Kingdom to Liberia, West Africa from August, 1990Jan./Mar. 1991: 15–17
      • The brown paper varieties. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Feb. 1974. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter May/Jun. 1981July/Sep. 1992: 5–7
      • “Taxe” cover [About cover shown on p. 7 of LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992]Oct./Dec. 1992: 1–3
      • Brown paper varietiesOct./Dec. 1992: 3
      • Clay-Ashland cover [CLAY-ASHLAND postmark]Jan./Mar. 1993: 2
      • A sorry saga. British mail to Liberia July 1990–June 1991. Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly Sep. 1992Apr./June 1993: 10–12
      • Liberian postal history is honored by British Postal MuseumJuly/Sep. 1993: 1–2
      • The Sean Devereux Liberian Children FundJan./Mar. 1994: 1–2
      • Ocean mails [Part 1/2: pages 1–12]. Repr. from bookletOct./Dec. 2005: 8–21
      • Ocean mails [Part 2/2: pages 13–34]. Repr. from bookletJan./Mar. 2006: 11–33
    31. Cotner, Jon
      • A modern Liberian revenue stampDec. 1972: 10
    32. Courtis, John K.
      • Harper, Cape Palmas, Liberia: uncommon destination for a GB wrapperApr./June 2018: 6–8
    33. Crane, A.O.
      • Philatelic side-lights on history. IV – Larks aboard the Lark. Repr. from ?Jan./Mar. 2004: 9
    34. Crouch, L.W.
      • Postage due stamps of the world. Repr. from the Postage Stamp June 17, 1911Jan./Mar. 2008: 6–7
    35. Cummings, William W.
      • [Comment on Oct./Dec. 1999 editorial regarding 1868 Scott catalogue numbers]Jan./Mar. 2000: 1
    36. Cunningham, C.J.
      • 3 Cents S.Q. and Liberia, Scott’s No. 21. Repr. from Maple Leaves 124, Vol. 13(4), Apr. 1970Nov. 1972: 2
    37. Davis, Virginia
      • [Letter to the editor]July/Aug. 1973: 2
    38. Dening, Kenneth
      • Waxed paper on mint stampsJuly/Aug. 1971: 1
      • Ganta post officeSep./Oct. 1984: 4–6
    39. Denison, Ellery
      • Liberia at auction [Robert A. Siegel auction, New York, Dec. 1968]Feb. 1969: 2
      • Liberia at auction [Robert A. Siegel auction, New York, Oct. 8, 1969]Mar. 1970: 4
    40. Dowers, Stan
      • The numeral issues of Liberia Scott #24–31Feb. 1969: 3
      • Killer cancels of the 1909 issuesApr. 1969: 2
      • [Commented excerpts from Abayomi Karnga: Liberia Official Postal Guide, Monrovia, 1923]Apr. 1969: 6–7
    41. Downs, C.N.
      • “Lost man of history” – recalled to memory by zeal of philatelists [Jehudi Ashmun]. Repr. from Stamps Vol. 100(13), Sep. 28, 1957Oct./Dec. 2004: 19–20
    42. Dunn, John F.
      • Viewing the Lockard Liberia collection. Repr. from Mekeel’s and Stamps Magazine Apr. 11, 2008Apr./June 2008: 2–3
    43. Duvall, Allen H.
      • A letter from the Sovereign State of Maryland in West AfricaDec. 1972: 6–9
    44. Dyer, Robert S.
      • Liberian letter dated Nov. 4, 1964Nov. 1969: 2
      • [Response to William Iwan: “The ‘Devil’ in Liberia” LPS Newsletter Mar. 1971]May 1971: 4–5
      • Another Liberian postage due coverJan./Feb. 1976: 8–9
    45. Emery, Earl D.
      • The provisionals of 1923, 1926 and 1927. Repr. from Philatelic Journal of Great Britain Sep. 1929Apr./June 2004: 10–13
      • Cancellations on Liberian stamps. Repr. from Philatelic Journal of Great Britain Apr. 1929Apr./June 2005: 12–15
    46. Farr, Frederick Q.
      • [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]Feb. 1967: 1
      • [Misc. questions and notes, part 2/3]Mar. 1967: 3
      • [Misc. questions and notes, part 3/3]Apr. 1967: 2
      • [Scott #B3 on maximum card, notes on Scott #151–2]Nov. 1967: 2–4
      • 1891 postal stationery, with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990May 1968: 3–4
      • What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Nov. 1968: 2–3
      • The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1986 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 2012May 1969: 4–7
      • Notes on the West CompanyJune 1969: 4
      • An interesting stampless cover from 1834July/Aug. 1969: 2–4
      • 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. 1990Sep. 1969: 4–13
      • The president’s messageDec. 1969: 2–3
      • Notes on Liberia’s first Jehudi Ashmun issue [Scott #309–12, #C63–64]Jan. 1970: 4–8
      • Life at Grand Bassa, Liberia, in 1839. Described in a pioneer’s stampless letterJune 1970: 2–3
      • Some notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Nov. 1970: 3–9
      • Some items of interest to you – maybe!Jan. 1971: 3
      • Liberian valuations in the 1971 Scott catalogueJan. 1971: 4–5
      • The president who was short-changed [Scott #313–27]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991June 1972: 4–5
      • Scott’s 1973 listings of Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 7–10
      • Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Apr. 1973: 3–5
      • Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992May 1973: 2–6
      • 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. 1992July/Aug. 1973: 3
      • Liberia’s special delivery stampsSep. 1973: 2–3
      • CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 2–4
      • The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal Apr./June 1992Nov. 1973: 3–11
      • Three cheers for O.E. Lynch!Dec. 1973: 3
      • The money order bureau postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Jan. 1974: 7
      • Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993May/June 1974: 3–5
      • What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9; enlarged and illustrated version of Nov. 1968 article]. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 4–7
      • Lothar von Saleski; IN MEMORIAMNov./Dec. 1974: 3
      • LPS will participate at SOJEX 1975Jan./Feb. 1975: 8
      • This Lark ain’t a boid! [Scott #117]. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: 9–12
      • A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994Mar./Apr. 1975: 3–4
      • Prices realized at the Irwin Heiman auction (Woodland Hills, CA) on February 19th–22nd, 1975Mar./Apr. 1975: 7–8
      • Come to BALPEX 75May/June 1975: 3
      • Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1994May/June 1975: 4–9
      • It ain't easy, Doc! [Scott #115-6 plate proofs]July/Aug. 1975: 3–5
      • Some notes on Liberia #O155 [plus additional comments]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970, with addendumSep./Oct. 1975: 3–9
      • Ah, for the good old daysJan./Feb. 1976: 4–7
      • SOJEX 1976 at Atlantic CityMar./Apr. 1976: 3
      • Was there ever a cancellation reading “NANNA KREW”?Jan./Feb. 1978: 3–5
      • [Misc. questions and notes, part 1/3]. Repr. from LPS Letter Feb. 1967Jan./Feb. 1978: 6
      • Random notes on Liberian philatelyJuly/Aug. 1978: 2–3
      • Random notes on Liberian philately [Scott #33a, #34a]Sep./Oct. 1978: 2–3
      • “I’m off to Europe”, cried President Tubman [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]Jan./Feb. 1979: 4–6
      • Liberia’s 1918 Red Cross issueNov./Dec. 1979: 2–3
      • Liberia’s UNICEF stamp [Scott #C77]July/Aug. 1980: 2–3
      • The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1973. Also repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1992May/June 1981: 1–6
      • Scott no. 201Jan./Feb. 1982: 8–9
      • 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. 1990May/June 1982: 4–13
      • The first cacheted envelopes for collectors [“Newport Day” covers]July/Aug. 1983: 2–8
      • Liberia’s tribute to the 1964 UPU postal congress [Liberia souvenir UPU booklet 1964]Sep./Oct. 1983: 5–7
      • Join me in a plot of intrigue and skullduggery [Scott #O115 color change]Nov./Dec. 1983: 3–4
      • An unbelievable tale of adventure [Scott #362–3, #C107–10]Jan./Feb. 1984: 2–6
      • FDC’s of Liberia’s 1947 CIPEX issue [Scott #300, #C54–6]Mar./Apr. 1984: 4–8
      • A stampless cover from Liberia’s first presidentJuly/Aug. 1984: 5–8
      • Liberia’s initial first-day-cover serviceNov./Dec. 1984: 2–11
      • President Roberts and the Royal Navy drive out the slavers [Letter mailed by President J.J. Roberts on May 15, 1849]Nov./Dec. 1985: 3–9
      • The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. from LPS Letter May 1969Mar./Apr. 1986: 7–10
      • 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 1982July/Sep. 1990: 4–13
      • What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9]. Repr. from LPS Letter Nov. 1968Oct./Dec. 1990: 7–9
      • 1891 postal stationery, with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated. Repr. from LPS Letter May 1968Oct./Dec. 1990: 9–10
      • Some notes on Liberia #O155. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1970Jan./Mar. 1991: 1–5
      • The president who was short-changed [Scott #313–27]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter June 1972Jan./Mar. 1991: 10–11
      • Will miracles never cease? [Scott #146]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Apr. 1973Jan./Mar. 1992: 5–7
      • Did you ever check the catalog captions? [Scott #C3A-F, 1921 1c, Scott #C5 and #C9, 1923 30c]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter May 1973Jan./Mar. 1992: 7–10
      • 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. 1973Jan./Mar. 1992: 10–11
      • The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov. 1973. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter May/Jun. 1981Apr./June 1992: 1–6
      • The money order bureau postmark. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan. 1974July/Sep. 1992: 4–5
      • Are they really semi-postals? [Scott #B1–2]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter May/June 1974Jan./Mar. 1993: 3–5
      • What does the stamp really show? [Scott #C38–9; enlarged and illustrated version of Nov. 1968 article]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Sep./Oct. 1974Apr./June 1993: 4, 8–9
      • This Lark ain’t a boid! [Scott #117]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan./Feb. 1975Oct./Dec. 1993: 6–10
      • A genuine Liberian postage due cover. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1975Jan./Mar. 1994: 3–5
      • Liberia’s money order system and postmark. Repr. from LPS Newsletter May/June 1975Jan./Mar. 1994: 5–12
      • CTO can become a favor cancellation. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Oct. 1973Apr./June 1995: 8–10
      • Liberia’s “INLAND POSTAGE” stamp of 1897. Repr. from ?, 1957July/Sep. 2006: 18–21
      • The 1914 provisional issue of Liberia [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]. Repr. from LPS Letter May 1969. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1986July/Sep. 2012: 2–5
    47. Fosdyke-Ray, Barbara B.
      • More discoveries on the plating and format of Scott #21, 3 cent 1881Apr./June 1998: 3
      • New notes on the varieties of the 1881 3 cents Scott #21Apr./June 1998: 7
      • Collateral is the name of the game [Scott #171 proof like sheet (mudskipper); Johnson Stamp Company cover]Apr./June 1998: 9–10
      • Airmail entire an unusual itemJuly/Sep. 1998: 1–2
      • Some Millsburg and Brewerville covers/cards of the 1890’sJuly/Sep. 1998: 3–6
      • A look at Zwedru cancellationsJuly/Sep. 1998: 7–11
      • Discoveries await in Liberia’s postal history. Repr. from Stamp Collector Vol. 72(38), Sep. 21, 1998July/Sep. 1998: 12–14
      • A new thrill: Collecting Liberia. Repr. from the Philatelic Review Oct. 1998July/Sep. 1998: 15–16
      • An update on number 21 plate settingJuly/Sep. 1998: 19–20
      • An auction and a new discovery [George Alevizos auction Dec. 16–17, 1998 / 5th Scott #2 sheet]Jan./Mar. 1999: 3–9, 15
      • And the bid goes on! [George Alevizos auction Mar. 30, 1999]Apr./June 1999: 1–10
      • Another sheet of Scott #2?Apr./June 1999: 11–12
      • Update on Zwedru registration cancelApr./June 1999: 13–14
      • The #20 and #20. cancels [SEEPOST]Apr./June 1999: 13, 15–16
      • More information on the Loanga à Marseille cancellationsApr./June 1999: 17–21
    48. Frandsen, John
      • LPS profile – John FrandsenNov./Dec. 1979: 4–5
    49. Frankevicz, Martin J.
      • Out of anarchy. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly July 2006Jan./Mar. 2009: 5–7
      • Out of anarchy: Liberia returns. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly Aug. 2006Jan./Mar. 2009: 8–10
    50. Friedman, Douglas
      • Autobiographical vignetteMay/June 1980: 4
    51. Gatchell, L.B.
      • Those Liberian airmail issues [Scott #C17–36]. Repr. from Stamps May 8, 1943Oct./Dec. 2007: 8–9
    52. Geilfuss, G.L.
      • Jungle prophet from Appleseed Lane [Jehudi Ashmun]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic GossipJan./Mar. 2005: 2–4
    53. Getty, Paul A.
      • Cease-fire holds in LiberiaOct./Dec. 1991: 1–2
    54. Gilles, Dale
      • [Letter to FOL members, “Friends of Liberia. A non-profit organization dedicated to Liberia”]July/Sep. 1993: 3
    55. Glasgow, Eric
      • Liberian reflections. Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly Nov. 1949Oct./Dec. 2004: 4–6
    56. Goerth, Leo F.
      • [Rubber stamped air letter sheets]. Repr. from Stamps July 9, 1949Jan./Mar. 2005: 11
    57. Graffell, Charles
      • Sharing stamps with school childrenFeb. 1973: 4
      • Education with Liberian stampsFeb. 1973: 4–5
    58. Greenlaw, Paul S.
      • The rare Liberian double-vignetted sideways invert [Scott #37b]Apr./June 2001: 2–7
      • On the origin of the Tubman flags [1958 flag issue varieties of Scott #368–70, #C114–7]July/Sep. 2001: 1–7
      • A fantasy: the Grinch who stole invertsOct./Dec. 2001: 1–8
      • Addendum to: On the origin of the Tubman flagsOct./Dec. 2001: 9–12
      • Only one alike is enough [1892 pictorial issue color errors]Apr./June 2002: 3–6
      • The jungle books. Book I. Historical [Liberian stamps depicting animals]Apr./June 2002: 6–11
      • The jungle books. Book II. Genealogy: a burlesque [Liberian stamps depicting animals]Apr./June 2002: 12–19
      • The jungle books. Book III. Gli Uccelli [Liberian stamps depicting birds]July/Sep. 2002: 2–7
      • Fun from design errorsJan./Mar. 2003: 3–10
    59. Grosvenor, John R.
      • [Comment on flag issue errors]Jan./Mar. 1995: 4
      • The American Bank Note Company specimensOct./Dec. 1998: 12–19
      • Alice doen’t live here anymoreJan./Mar. 2000: 2–3
      • A printed-matter postcardJuly/Sep. 2000: 8–9
      • Ashmun odditiesOct./Dec. 2003: 5–10
      • Liberian Social Security revenuesJuly/Sep. 2004: 12–15
      • More on Social Security revenuesOct./Dec. 2006: 3–6
      • Another coconut [Scott #285]Oct./Dec. 2006: 7–9
      • Social Security revenues – a complete listJuly/Sep. 2008: 6–8
      • Some corrections to my previous articles [in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1998 and Oct./Dec. 2006]Jan./Mar. 2009: 11–12
      • Another postage due coverOct./Dec. 2009: 4–6
      • Thoughts on the Schuyler-Rumsey auctionOct./Dec. 2011: 14–17
    60. Haeseler, Rob
      • Kasimir Bileski, 1908–2005 [Obituary]. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News Feb. 14, 2005July/Sep. 2005: 2
    61. Hamilton, Ben
      • The U.S.S. Alligator [Scott #209–13]. Repr. from ?Nov. 1966: 2
      • From president to thief [Edward James Roye]. Repr. from Scott’s Monthly Journal 384, Vol. 33(6), Sep./Oct. 1952Jan./Mar. 2004: 19
      • The Liberian Frontier Force and its stamps. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Mar. 22, 1941Apr./June 2004: 8–9
      • The 1928 series of Liberian stamps. Repr. from Scott’s Monthly Journal Oct. 1937Apr./June 2004: 14–19
      • “Dumping on the market”. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip 616, Vol. 18(23), Aug. 26, 1933Oct./Dec. 2004: 9–14
      • Liberia prostitutes philately [Liberian Philatelic Agency]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Aug. 10, 1940Oct./Dec. 2004: 16–17
      • [Liberian zoology on stamps]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic GossipJan./Mar. 2005: 6
      • [Liberian zoology on stamps, continued]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic GossipJan./Mar. 2005: 7
      • [The “Lark”]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip 1936Jan./Mar. 2005: 10
      • West African notes. Repr. from ?, Jan. 28, 1933Jan./Mar. 2005: 12
      • Interesting news from Liberia [Scott #230 shortage]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Dec. 10, 1932Jan./Mar. 2005: 12
      • [1923 pictorials]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Mar. 21, 1936Jan./Mar. 2005: 14
      • The first Liberian pictorials. Repr. from Stamps May 8, 1943July/Sep. 2006: 12–13
      • The so-called “Johnstonian” stamps of Liberia. Repr. from the American Philatelist Feb. 1939Oct./Dec. 2006: 14–21
      • [Postponed withdrawal of overprinted 1918 pictorials]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip1937Jan./Mar. 2007: 19
      • Wings over Liberia [Scott #C1–3]. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip September 5, 1936Oct./Dec. 2007: 16–17
      • Stamps by Johnston [1942 fauna issue: Scott #283–8]. Repr. from Stamps Mar. 27, 1943Jan./Mar. 2008: 19–20
      • That perplexing problem – Liberia. Repr. from Weekly Philatelic Gossip Mar. 16, 1935July/Sep. 2008: 17–23
    62. Hampson, Robert & Fran
      • Liberian post officesSep./Oct. 1983: 1–2
      • Re: Jerry Wall’s open letterSep./Oct. 1984: 3
    63. Hasler, L.W.
      • New light on Liberia. A country for beginner or specialist. Repr. from the Stamp Magazine Mar. 1942Jan./Mar. 2008: 21
    64. Hicks, Edgar
      • Have you “used” your membership in the LPS like I have?Oct./Dec. 1989: 10–11
      • The Carr exhibit at Omaha stamp showApr./June 1992: 6–7
      • [Upcoming Omaha stamp show 1992]Apr./June 1992: 11, 14–15
      • Grosvenor thoughts on Rumsey auctionJan./Mar. 2012: 6–7
      • April 2012 – Barbara Fosdyke Ray collection balance (WESTPEX)Jan./Mar. 2012: 8
      • My first real LPS experience and my first APS stamp show (Columbus)Jan./Mar. 2012: 10
      • What’s the plan for 2012(?)Jan./Mar. 2012: 11
      • LPS Journal (archives) inventory in Nebraska. Or, how does Roy do it?Jan./Mar. 2012: 13
      • An Omaha exhibiting offer to all LPS membersJan./Mar. 2012: 14
      • Stamp Show 2019 (Omaha, NE) – prelude at Greater Houston Stamp Show (Humble, TX)Jan./Mar. 2019: 7
    65. Hicks, J. Maurice
      • My favourite stamp [Matilda Newport issue, Scott #301–4, #C57]Mar./Apr. 1976: 4–7
    66. Huban, George H.
      • The lost man of history [Jehudi Ashmun]. Repr. from booklet published by K. Bileski, Sep. 14, 1949July/Sep. 2006: 4–10
    67. Hubble, Dave
      • Letter to the editorJan./Feb. 1976: 10–14
    68. Hull, Richard T.
      • [Presidents Johnson, Roye, and the treasury’s theft]Apr. 1969: 3–4
    69. Hurst, Peter J.
      • The Small Queens series of 1870–97 [Related to artwork of Liberia 1881 inland issue]. Repr. from ?July/Sep. 2006: 16
    70. Inoue, Takuzo
      • Postal situation in Liberia since 1989Apr./June 2007: 18–30
      • [Corrections to “Postal situation in Liberia since 1989”]July/Sep. 2007: 5–6
      • Postal situation in Liberia from 1989Oct./Dec. 2008: 2–29
    71. Iwan, William
      • “Ta” and “Quellie” townsFeb. 1971: 4
      • The “Devil” in LiberiaMar. 1971: 2–3
      • [Follow-up on William Iwan: “The ‘Devil’ in Liberia” LPS Newsletter Mar. 1971]May 1971: 6
      • [Response to Robert Dyer, LPS Newsletter May 1971]Sep. 1971: 2
      • Auction prices [Jackson Winters, Los Angeles, auction on August 17th]July/Aug. 1975: 8
      • The glue pots and all thatSep./Oct. 1979: 2–3
      • President James S. Smith?Mar./Apr. 1980: 4–5
      • On the coupMay/June 1980: 1–3
      • Liberian “Holy-Holy” mailJuly/Aug. 1980: 3–4
      • DumboyNov./Dec. 1980: 4–5
      • The problem storyMar./Apr. 1981: 6–8
      • Liberia 2001 [Worldwide census of stamps issued in 2001]July/Sep. 2003: 11–12
      • The Zinzin RoadJuly/Sep. 2003: 17
      • The day I went fishing with the paramount chiefJuly/Sep. 2003: 18
    72. Jaffe, Herman
      • [Letter to Joseph R. Bolton about Arthur Szyk]. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991Dec. 1970: 3–4
      • [Letter to Joseph R. Bolton about Arthur Szyk]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Dec. 1970Jan./Mar. 1991: 6–7
    73. Jewell, Charles
      • Unusual covers. Liberia. A registered letter to Germany. Repr. from the West-End Philatelist July/Aug. 1957July/Sep. 2006: 3
    74. Johnson, A.
      • New postage stamps launched in Gbarnga. Repr. from Liberian Observer Online 2009Oct./Dec. 2009: 1–3
    75. Kelly, Jeffrey J.
      • Interesting cover: 1920 surcharges [Scott #177 and #O112 varieties on 1920 Barrett cover]Apr./June 2020: 3
    76. Kelly, Jeffrey J. & Martin Nee
      • The 1918 provisional (Scott 162) varieties and a new discoveryApr./June 2018: 9–14
    77. Kloetzel, James E.
      • The status of new issues from Liberia. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly Dec. 2003Jan./Mar. 2004: 3–4
      • Signs of philatelic life in Liberia. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly June 2004July/Sep. 2004: 10–11
      • The status of new issues from Liberia. Repr. from Scott Stamp Monthly Dec. 2003Oct./Dec. 2004: 2–3
    78. Korn, Bryant E.
      • Forgery cancellations on 1860–1880 forgeriesApr./June 2009: 3–6
      • The use of registered stamps in 1894–1895Apr./June 2009: 2, 7–21
      • Who was Erich Parche? – revisitedOct./Dec. 2009: 12–13
      • The use of registered stamps in 1894–1895 – update [to Apr./June 2009 article]Oct./Dec. 2009: 14–15
      • The 1892 16c orange-yellowJan./Mar. 2010: 14
      • Plating of the 1891 8c (PC.4 die III)Jan./Mar. 2010: 15–16
      • A shortage of the 1885–89 Liberian numerical issues in 1890–1891Apr./June 2010: 2–4
      • The Floyd E. Risvold collection – American expansion & journey west. Spink-Shreves auctionApr./June 2010: 5–7
      • The internal postmarks and cancellations of Liberia. An update of Philip Cockrill’s series booklet #8 – part 2. Internal postmarks 1860–1892Apr./June 2010: 8–12
      • The internal postmarks and cancellations of Liberia. An update of Philip Cockrill’s series booklet #8 – part 1. Cork PAID and POSTAGE PAID 1860–1892Apr./June 2010: 13–20
      • Cancelled-to-order and forgery cancellations on the 1880 first issue fifth transfer printingJuly/Sep. 2010: 14–18
      • Interesting 1864 letter from Cape PalmasJuly/Sep. 2010: 19–20
      • When in 1892 was the numerical series re-issued? [Article corrected in next issue]Oct./Dec. 2010: 2
      • When in 1892 was the numerical series re-issued? (corrected)Jan./Mar. 2011: 2
      • Siginificant postal history covers from the Barbara Fosdyke-Ray collectionApr./June 2011: 15–16
      • Post office cancellations of Liberian revenue stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 2013Apr./June 2011: 17–18
      • Fiscal use of Liberian postage stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 2013Apr./June 2011: 19
      • Deutsche SEEPOST cancellations on Liberian revenue stampsApr./June 2011: 20–22
      • Preliminary chronology for Liberian revenue overprintsJuly/Sep. 2011: 2–4
      • Liberia revenue documents; use of Cockrill revenue type no. 8. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 2013July/Sep. 2011: 5–7
      • Preliminary chronology for Liberian revenue overprints – addendum [to July/Sep. 2011 article]Oct./Dec. 2011: 2
      • Reply to Dave Miller on Liberian historyOct./Dec. 2011: 8
      • Deutsche SEEPOST cancellations on Liberian revenue stamps. Addendum [to Apr./June 2011 article]Oct./Dec. 2011: 9
      • Brewerville cancellation CP.15AOct./Dec. 2011: 10–11
      • The ROBERTSPORT CP.8 cancellation, 1894July/Sep. 2012: 13–14
      • New Liberian revenue bookletOct./Dec. 2012: 1
      • Fiscal use of Liberian postage stamps. Repr. from LPS Journal Apr./June 2011Apr./June 2013: 7–8
      • Liberia revenue documents; use of Cockrill revenue type no. 8. Repr. from LPS Journal July/Sep. 2011Apr./June 2013: 8–11
      • Post office cancellations of Liberian revenue stamps. Repr. from LPS Journal Apr./June 2011Apr./June 2013: 11–14
      • 1916 semi-postal stamp usage on covers to Deutscher Hilfsverein [Scott #B1–2]Apr./June 2013: 14–15
      • Interesting cover: 1905 registered wrapper to FranceJan./Mar. 2018: 3
      • A census: questions about 5c postage in 1892–1893Jan./Mar. 2018: 5
      • Waterlow and Sons Liberian sample stamps of the 1892-1894 pictorial issueJan./Mar. 2018: 6–14
      • Interesting cover: 1896 cover to President Elect William McKinleyJuly/Sep. 2018: 3
      • The 1880 Liberty issue and its postal history [Scott #16–20]July/Sep. 2018: 7–10
      • A census update: 5c postage rates in 1892-1893July/Sep. 2018: 12
      • The first Liberian commemorative issue of 1923 [Scott #209–13]July/Sep. 2018: 13–14
      • Re-engraving the Waterlow & Sons 1892 Liberia dies to produce the 1897 definitive issueOct./Dec. 2018: 5–11
      • A census question: solo use of the 1906 1c elephantJan./Mar. 2019: 8
      • A census question: use of the 1902 75c on $1 surcharge [Scott #91 on cover]Apr./June 2019: 3
      • Water color die proofs 1892–1897Apr./June 2019: 7–13
      • Interesting cover: 1882 registered envelope and the General Post Office Liberia CP.7 cancelApr./June 2019: 14
      • A 1:00pm display of Liberia at the Royal Philatelic Society London, 25 April 2019July/Sep. 2019: 4
      • Use of the 1920 surcharge on cover [Scott #176–82]July/Sep. 2019: 7–8
      • Interesting cover: 1905 cover to Germany using all three 1904 surcharges [Scott #98–100]July/Sep. 2019: 8
      • 1917 official registered cover to New YorkJuly/Sep. 2019: 14
      • The Liberian Frontier Force (LFF) 1c surcharge on 1905 1c oil palmOct./Dec. 2019: 6–7
      • Usages of the 1921 overprints [Scott #195–208 on cover]Jan./Mar. 2020: 7–8
      • Liberia’s one dollar hippopotamus [shades of Scott #47 (issue of 1892) and its overprints 1893–1902]Jan./Mar. 2020: 9–14
      • The 1915-1916 50c surcharge on 1906 $2 [Scott #146 and #147 varieties]Apr./June 2020: 8
      • “M” cancellations on stamps of the 1860s and 1870s [Scott #1–15 (first issue) with manuscript cancel]Apr./June 2020: 9–11
      • Philatelic wonderment [pre-1892 philatelic covers]Apr./June 2020: 12–14
    79. Kutter, Hubert
      • A 1915 revenue stamp and some historical notesFeb. 1972: 4
      • Two Liberian counterfeits [Scott #13 and #15]Sep. 1973: 5
      • Liberian cover at the ROPEX “73” showOct. 1973: 5
      • A rare perforation error uncovered [Scott #348]May/June 1974: 6
    80. Lamb, Robert E.
      • [Letter to Roy Mackal in response to Varaschini’s letter in the last issue]Oct./Dec. 2000: 11
      • [Contemporary Liberian cover sent from Monrovia to Wyomissing, Pennsylvania]Apr./June 2006: 4–5
    81. Liedtke, Harald
      • [Various remarks on articles from LPS Journal No. 94–96 / UNICEF $5.00 overprint on Scott #C70]July/Sep. 1999: 6–22
      • Index of LPS journals 1978–2000 [Newsletter and Journal index / two preprinted blue covers by Ministry of Postal Affairs, Liberia]Oct./Dec. 2000: 2–10
      • [Earliest and most recent covers from Liberia]Oct./Dec. 2000: 13–18
      • [Comment on Richards: “Do you know the way to Jacktown?”, LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2001]July/Sep. 2001: 11–14
      • [1936 air triangles and varieties]Oct./Dec. 2001: 17
      • [Cover from Harald Liedtke’s collection]Jan./Mar. 2002: 3–4
      • [Response to Stephens: “Help with SEEPOST, please” from LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2002]Apr./June 2002: 20
      • [Response to articles from LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2003 (part text and figures, see Oct./Dec. 2003 issue)]Apr./June 2003: 2–3
      • [Correspondence between the Imperial German Consulate in Monrovia and The Hon. C.D.B. King, Secretary of state, regarding German compensation claims]Apr./June 2003: 13–23
      • [Response to articles from LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2003 (full text, see Apr./June. 2003 issue)]Oct./Dec. 2003: 3–4
      • [On the german submarine that destroyed the gunboat “Lark”]July/Sep. 2004: 16–24
      • [List of postally used picture postcards]Apr./June 2005: 1–8
      • [List of CTO obliterations through 1987]Oct./Dec. 2005: 3–7
      • [Two covers with ship cancellations]Jan./Mar. 2006: 34–35
      • [List of Liberian specimen overprints]Apr./June 2006: 5–15
      • [Regarding “tool use by a chimp” / EXPRESS handstamp]July/Sep. 2006: 1–3
      • [Scott #229 varieties]Apr./June 2007: 8–13
      • [Liberian postcards for sale]Apr./June 2008: 17–30
      • [Proof of WWII US Army presence in Liberia]Jan./Mar. 2009: 15–16
      • [Airmail envelope and air letter]Oct./Dec. 2009: 16–17
    82. Little, Albert
      • The 1894 triangle [Scott #52–3, #O26–7]Nov./Dec. 1975: 3
    83. Lockard, Thomas
      • Response to the Oct.–Dec. Newsletter editorial [regarding affiliation of the L.P.S. with the A.P.S.]Jan./Mar. 1987: 2
      • The Dr. John R. Farr Liberian collectionApr./June 1987: 2–3
      • Chicagopex visitOct./Dec. 1987: 13–15
      • Minutes. Liberian Philatelic Society [LPS meeting at Colopex 1988]Jan./Mar. 1988: 1–2
      • Stampshow 89, Anaheim, California [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1989]Apr./June 1989: 4–5
      • In memoriam [Col. Henry Harper Rogers]July/Sep. 1989: 7, 9
      • Report from ChicagopexJuly/Sep. 1989: 9
      • Report from Worthington, Ohio stamp show 1989July/Sep. 1989: 9, 11
      • Report from Washington, D.C. World Stamp Expo 1989 [and LPS meeting]Oct./Dec. 1989: 16–17
      • Report from Midwest Philatelic Show Feb 10 & 11, 1990Oct./Dec. 1989: 17
      • Short history of the Liberian Philatelic SocietyJan./Mar. 1990: 9
      • [Letter to Postmaster General, Ministry of Posts, Liberia]Apr./June 1990: 9
      • [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1990]Apr./June 1990: 10
      • Message from the president #4Apr./June 1990: 11–12
      • [Message]July/Sep. 1990: 14
      • Message from the president #5Oct./Dec. 1990: 11
      • Message from the president #8July/Sep. 1992: 8
      • President’s message #9Jan./Mar. 1993: 10, 13–14
      • President’s message #10Oct./Dec. 1993: 16
      • President’s message #11July/Sep. 1994: 12–13
      • President’s message #14 [LPS meeting at Colopex 1995]Apr./June 1995: 7
      • President’s message #15 [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1995 in St. Louis]July/Sep. 1995: 11, 13–14
      • A new Liberia to me: Liberia, Guanacaste, Costa RicaJuly/Sep. 1995: 12–13
      • President’s message #16 [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 1996 in Orlando]Oct./Dec. 1996: 17
      • President’s message #17Jan./Mar. 1997: 17
      • President’s message #19 [LPS meeting at Colopex 1996]Apr./June 1997: Suppl.
      • [LPS meeting in Milwaukee on Aug. 22, 1997]Oct./Dec. 1997: 19
      • President’s message #21 [LPS meeting at Colopex 1998, Columbus, Ohio]Apr./June 1998: 18
      • President’s message [LPS meeting at Colopex 1999]July/Sep. 1999: 23
      • Minutes [LPS meeting at Colopex 2000]Apr./June 2000: 24–25
      • President’s message #23 [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 2000 in Providence]July/Sep. 2000: 20–23
      • [2001 Colopex]Jan./Mar. 2001: 20–21
      • Minutes [LPS meeting at APS Stampshow 2001 in Chicago]Oct./Dec. 2001: 16
      • [Letter to Roy Mackal]Oct./Dec. 2002: 2
    84. Lurch, E. Norman
      • Postal stationery of LiberiaJan./Mar. 2008: 15–18
    85. Lynch, John R.
      • Bibliography of Liberia. Repr. from ?, 1990Oct./Dec. 1994: 9–12
      • [Comment on flag issue errors]Jan./Mar. 1995: 5
    86. Lynch, O.E.
      • [About O.E. Lynch, editor of the LPS Letter]Aug. 1966: 2
      • [List of Liberian material in Lynch’s collection unlisted by Scott]Mar. 1969: 6–10
      • Further notes on Mr. Farr’s article on Scott 129–33 and O72–75May 1969: 3
      • Notes on Liberian legal-size air envelopesSep. 1969: 2–3
      • Further notes on the large size (#10) Liberian airmail envelopesNov. 1969: 1
      • Harbel registry markingsMay 1970: 4
      • Varieties of the figure “2” on #s B1–2July/Aug. 1971: 3
      • Liberia #443 with offset. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1995Oct. 1973: 6–8
      • Liberia #443 with offset. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Oct. 1973Apr./June 1995: 10–12
    87. MacGregor, Alexander
      • A palmary design [Scott A11, A23]Apr./June 1990: 6–8
    88. Mackal, Roy P.
      • Liberian Foreign Service fee stamps. Preliminary note. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 2007July/Aug. 1978: 6–8
      • Liberian airmail forgeries – dangerous forgeries or only proofs? [Scott #C17–C26]Sep./Oct. 1978: 3–8
      • [Letter to A. Mouele, Congo, regarding Mackal–Powell Likouala expedition]Mar./Apr. 1980: 6–8
      • Liberian revenue stamps [Revenue stamps used on importation permits]May/June 1983: 6–8
      • Jehudi AshmunSep./Oct. 1983: 4–5
      • Identification and paper thickness of the first stamp issues of Liberia [Part 1/2]Mar./Apr. 1985: 8–13
      • Identification and paper thickness of the first issue of Liberia. Part II [Part 2/2]May/June 1985: 1–7
      • Editorial comment [on first issue paper thickness]Sep./Oct. 1985: 1
      • My favorite forgery [Scott #21]Jan./Feb. 1986: 2–4
      • Associate editorial [Cover to Liberia, with 12c postage due using Scott #438 and 519]Mar./Apr. 1986: 1–2
      • Odds and ends [Scott #C2, #38 and #O37, Ashmun specimens, #62a]May/June 1986: 1–3
      • Odds and ends [Officials in the same colors as regular issues]Jan./Mar. 1987: 1
      • “ORDINARIES” LiberiaJan./Mar. 1988: 5, 7–14
      • Back to the past [Dorothy Chichester]Oct./Dec. 1988: 1–2
      • Plating and format of the 1881 3-cents black Scott number 21. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1998July/Sep. 1989: 6–7
      • Collecting full sheets of Liberian stampsJan./Mar. 1990: 13–15
      • Genuine forgeries [1941 overprinted airmails]Oct./Dec. 1990: 11–13
      • Plating the 6-cent value of the 1880 issue of Liberian Scott #18 and #157 [Part 1/4]Apr./June 1994: 1–26
      • Plating the 6-cent value of the 1880 issue of Liberian Scott #18 and #157. Part II [Part 2/4]Oct./Dec. 1994: 1–7
      • Plating the 6-cent value of the 1880 issue of Liberian Scott #18 and #157. Part III [Part 3/4]Jan./Mar. 1995: 6–8
      • Plating the 6-cent value of the 1880 issue of Liberian Scott #18 and #157. Conclusion [Part 4/4]Apr./June 1995: 2–4
      • Plating Liberia Scott numbers 1, 2, 3 and 13, 14, 15 [Part 1/3]Oct./Dec. 1995: 1–15
      • 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]July/Sep. 1996: 11–18
      • How many complete sheets of Liberia, Scott #2 exist? Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1999Oct./Dec. 1996: 1–5
      • First issue Liberian forgeries revisited [Revision and update of Cockrill’s booklet Forgeries of the First Issues 1860-1880]Oct./Dec. 1996: 6–16
      • Editorial [Identifying Fournier forgeries]Jan./Mar. 1997: 1–2
      • George Alevizos auction #91 [Apr. 2, 1996]Jan./Mar. 1997: 3–16
      • Editorial [In memoriam Frederick Quentin Farr]Apr./June 1997: 1
      • Editorial [Which is the most valuable Liberian stamp?]July/Sep. 1997: 1
      • Plating and format of the 1881 3-cents black Scott number 21. Repr. from LPS Journal July/Sep. 1989Apr./June 1998: 3–6
      • How many complete sheets of Liberia, Scott #2 exist? Repr. from LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1996Jan./Mar. 1999: 10–14
      • Editorial [Some pages from Scott’s catalog of stamps for 1868]Oct./Dec. 1999: 1–2
      • Liberian Foreign Service fee stamps. A preliminary note. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 1978Jan./Mar. 2007: 6–9
      • Liberian revenue stamps [ABNC specimens]Jan./Mar. 2007: 10
      • Plating Liberia Scott number 14 [Part 3/3; see LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1995 and July/Sep. 1996]July/Sep. 2009: 1–26
    89. McCarty, Denise
      • Liberian official sends letters as proof of operating mail service. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News June 14,2004July/Sep. 2004: 9
      • Scott resumes catalog listings for recent stamps of Liberia. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News May 15, 2006Apr./June 2006: 17
    90. McCary Ballard
      • The inverted centersJune 1968: 2–3
    91. McLin, William H.
      • My start in collecting Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Oct. 1972: 4
      • My start in collecting Liberia. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Oct. 1972Jan./Mar. 1992: 3–4
    92. Michener, Howard P.
      • Comments on article in Sept. 1969 Letter [Scott #64 and #128]Apr. 1970: 7
      • An official cover of interestJune 1970: 4
      • [Follow-up on Allen H. Duvall: “A letter from the Sovereign State of Maryland in West Africa”]Feb. 1973: 3
    93. Miller, Dave
      • [Liberia new issues on cover / I.G.P.C.]Jan./Mar. 2004: 1–2, 5–8
      • [Recent Liberian denominaton change overprints / Information on the I.G.P.C.]July/Sep. 2005: 3–20
      • [Call for documenting historical letters by the LPS]Apr./June 2011: 2
    94. Miller, Dave & Takuzo Inoue
      • [Liberia new issues on cover]July/Sep. 2004: 1–8
    95. Mitchell, Calvin & Daniel Piazza
      • de Laurence covers from the Col. Henry Harper Rogers CollectionJan./Mar. 2013: 12–16
    96. Napier, G.S.F.
      • The stamps of Liberia [1860 issue]. Repr. from Stanley Gibbons Monthly Journal 255, Vol. 22, Mar. 31, 1914Apr./June 2005: 16–20
    97. Nee, Martin
      • [Postcard to Harbel]Jan./Mar. 2006: 7–9
      • Forged surcharge on Scott #C27-36Jan./Mar. 2020: 8
    98. Neice, Garry G.
      • Prices realized at the Jackson Winters, Inc. Los Angeles, CA. auction on October 29th, 1973Jan. 1974: 10–11
      • Prices realized at the Irwin Heiman sale on February 21st–23rd, 1974Apr. 1974: 19–20
      • [Auction results for Peter Balner collection of inverted centers of the world]Oct./Dec. 2003: 13
    99. Ninomiya, Fred
      • My philatelic interests of LiberiaNov./Dec. 1975: 5–6
    100. Nordin, Leon
      • [Covers from Leon Nordin’s collection]July/Sep. 1995: 5–10
      • [Letter to the editor]Oct./Dec. 1995: 16
      • [Zulu war]Apr./June 1996: 8–11
      • [Cover to Erich Parche]Apr./June 1996: 12–13
      • [Newspaper wrappers]Jan./Mar. 1998: 8–10
      • [SHIP LETTER. CASTLETOWN. ISLE OF PORTLAND / postcard to Posen / Loanga à Marseille cancellation / Erich Parche]Oct./Dec. 1998: 1–6
      • [Registration labels / Loanga à Marseille cancellation / George Alevizos auction Mar. 30, 1999]July/Sep. 1999: 3–5
      • Liberian postage 1858–1970Apr./June 2000: 2–6
      • [1877 letter from Sweden to Monrovia]Oct./Dec. 2000: 12
      • [Letter to the journal, covers from Leon Nordin’s collection]Jan./Mar. 2001: 15–18
      • Liberian postal rates up to 1950Apr./June 2001: 8–20
    101. Nordin, Leon & Luciano Varaschini
      • The currency of LiberiaOct./Dec. 2000: 1
    102. Northrop, Francis H.
      • [Early history of the LPS]Mar. 1968: 3
      • Why I collect Liberia. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: 2–3
      • [Open letter to LPS members]May 1968: 2
      • Description of stampless cover and letterDec. 1969: 5
      • Why I collect Liberia. Repr. from LPS Letter Apr. 1968July/Sep. 1990: 1–2
    103. Nyre, Wayne A.
      • Auctions and starting bids – a dealer’s viewJuly/Aug. 1974: 5–7
    104. Page, Ernest W.
      • Comments on the Homan estate auctionJuly/Aug. 1978: 4–5
      • For a real challenge, try Liberia. Repr. from Stamp Collector Jan. 20, 1979July/Aug. 1979: 4–6
      • A curious coverSep./Oct. 1979: 5–6
      • The 1916 and 1917 surcharges of LiberiaJan./Feb. 1981: 3–6
    105. Papi, Taddeo & Bryant E. Korn
      • A new Liberian revenue discovery [1926 bill of exchange]Apr./June 2019: 1
    106. Parren, Marc
      • Postal arrangements in modern Liberia revisitedJuly/Sep. 2008: 9–16
    107. Parys, Frank
      • Liberia at auction & commentsDec. 1972: 5
      • Prices realized at the Robert Lippert sale November 10–11th, 1973Apr. 1974: 13–18
      • [Prices realized at Roger Koerber, Southfield, Mich., auction May 10th and 11th]Sep./Oct. 1975: 9–11
      • Letters to the editor [Scott #129–33, #O72–5]Mar./Apr. 1976: 8
    108. Pearson, Natalie Obiko
      • Arcelor, Liberia share an acid test. Repr. from the Wall Street Journal May 30, 2008July/Sep. 2008: 5
    109. Poole, Bertram W.H.
      • An interesting Liberian issue [1885 numeral issue]. Repr. from ?July/Sep. 2006: 14–15
    110. Post, Ronald R.
      • Liberia’s stamps recall history and heritage of two continentsOct./Dec. 1997: 2–6
    111. Raymond, Gale J.
      • Bomi Hills sub-p.o.June 1968: 1
      • “MONROVIA PORT AREA” sub-p.o.July/Aug. 1968: 2
      • Two unrecorded Liberia post officesOct. 1968: 2
      • An odd Liberia postal marking – solvedOct. 1968: 2
      • [Complete list of Liberian post offices up to Feb. 18, 1969]Apr. 1969: 5
      • Liberia mobile post offices [also: Bong County post office souvenir cover celebrating Tubman’s birthday 29 November 1967]Nov. 1969: 3–4
      • The Liberia private-postFeb. 1970: 4
      • U.S. forces post offices in LiberiaMar. 1970: 2–3
      • New Liberian post office [RANDALL STR.]Nov. 1972: 4
      • Liberia revenue – postally used? Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Jan. 1974: 8–9
      • Another Tchien cancel (Liberia)May/June 1984: 1–5
      • (Another) Liberian enigma [1986 postally used cover without stamps]Oct./Dec. 1986: 5
      • A Liberia–Sierra Leone coverApr./June 1991: 4–7
      • Liberia “Mamba Station” – Operation Sharp Edge. Repr. from Star-Telegram, Fort Worth (Texas), Oct. 1990Apr./June 1991: 10–11
      • [Covers postmarked during Operation Sharp Edge]Apr./June 1991: 12–13
      • ECOMOG mail, LiberiaOct./Dec. 1991: 3–6
      • Liberia up-date, preliminary to write-ups & articlesOct./Dec. 1991: 7–13
      • U.S. A.P.O 09813 LiberiaApr./June 1992: 7–8
      • Liberia revenue – postally used? Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan. 1974July/Sep. 1992: 5, 7
      • Liberia: military and peacekeeping forces [ECOMOG mails]July/Sep. 1996: 2–9
      • “Stops at every ... fence post”. Cliché fits Liberian post office. Repr. from Western Stamp Collector 1969July/Sep. 1999: 1–2
      • [Condition of current postal service in Liberia]July/Sep. 1999: 2–3
      • Liberia: military and peacekeeping forces [ECOMOG mails]. Repr. from Military Postal History Society Bulletin Summer 1996Jan./Mar. 2001: 10–14
    112. Rice, Stanley R.
      • First flight – Liberia–US stamps [Scott #C17–36]. Repr. from the Aero Philatelist’s News May 1, 1950, Vol. 5(9)Oct./Dec. 2007: 5–7
    113. Richards, Thomas J.
      • Varieties on a sheet of Scott #O73July/Aug. 1974: 4
      • German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Nov./Dec. 1974: 8
      • German seapost cancels revisitedNov./Dec. 1975: 7
      • Liberia out of the pastSep./Oct. 1981: 9
      • Who was Mr. H. Geisenhof Esq.?Nov./Dec. 1981: 6–9
      • When was the flight? [Inaugural service of Monrovia–Cotonou and Monrovia–Dakar]Jan./Feb. 1982: 7–8
      • D.C. chapter notes (June 82) [D.C. chapter of the Liberian Philatelic Society]Mar./Apr. 1982: 1
      • Postally used Liberian postal stationeryMar./Apr. 1982: 4–7
      • Beautiful Liberian postcardsMay/June 1982: 1–3
      • Scott’s #C-47 used on coverJuly/Oct. 1982: 9–15
      • The 1936 provisional issue on cover [Scott #248–70]Nov./Dec. 1982: 9–14
      • Challenge!Jan./Feb. 1983: 1
      • 1944–46 surcharged issue on cover [Scott #290–1]Mar./Apr. 1983: 1–2
      • Unusual Liberian covers. “Nothing Without Labour”May/June 1983: 1–2
      • Rev. Walter B. WilliamsJuly/Aug. 1983: 1–2
      • Liberia wrappersSep./Oct. 1983: 2–4
      • Holy Cross Liberian MissionNov./Dec. 1983: 3, 9
      • Scott’s #21 the 3-cent red (revisited)Jan./Feb. 1984: 2
      • Unusual Liberian covers. German “SEEPOST” cancelMar./Apr. 1984: 3
      • 1880 issue used in the 1900sJuly/Aug. 1984: 1–2
      • Re: Jerry Wall’s open letterSep./Oct. 1984: 2–3
      • Airmail serendipity (Part II) [Scott #C48B varieties]Sep./Oct. 1984: 8
      • 100th Anniversary FDC followupJan./Feb. 1985: 3–4
      • Unusual Liberian covers. Isle of Man transit markingsMar./Apr. 1985: 2–4
      • Unusual Liberian covers. Harbel post office cancelMay/June 1985: 7–8
      • Anatomy of a Liberian find (almost)July/Aug. 1985: 6–7
      • Unusual Liberian covers. “2 C.ts” varietySep./Oct. 1985: 6–8
      • Unusual Liberian covers. LFF double overprintsJan./Feb. 1986: 4–5
      • Liberia inward mail from the U.S.July/Sep. 1986: 4–5
      • Liberia collateral materialOct./Dec. 1986: 4, 14
      • A new variety (?) [Scott #O82]Oct./Dec. 1986: 4
      • Unusual Liberian wrappersJan./Mar. 1987: 13–14
      • CAPEX 87 reportApr./June 1987: 3–4
      • More E.A. Wright archive materialJuly/Sep. 1987: 3, 7–10
      • Unusual Liberian covers [Scott #B16–8 on cover]Oct./Dec. 1987: 11–12
      • Imperforate 1948 airs on cover [Scott #C61–2]Jan./Mar. 1988: 3–4
      • Lagos PAQUEBOT cancelJan./Mar. 1988: 5–6
      • Liberian legation in Russia coverApr./June 1990: 1–2
      • Multiple stamps on one coverJuly/Sep. 1991: 4–7
      • German seapost cancels and others on Liberian stamps. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Nov./Dec. 1974Apr./June 1993: 1
      • UPU reply card usageJuly/Sep. 1994: 1–2
      • LPS meeting at Stampshow ’94July/Sep. 1994: 3
      • 1880 issue and 1916 overprints used in 1920July/Sep. 1994: 4
      • #150 on coverJuly/Sep. 1994: 5
      • Who was Erico Parche?July/Sep. 1994: 6
      • The ORDINARY issue. A new largest known multiple?July/Sep. 1994: 7–8
      • U.S. postage due from LiberiaJuly/Sep. 1994: 8–9
      • Semi-postal and other unusual usagesJuly/Sep. 1994: 9–10
      • #98 used on coverJuly/Sep. 1994: 11
      • [Comment on flag issue errors]Jan./Mar. 1995: 2
      • Scott #318 – is it really scarce?July/Sep. 1995: 2–4
      • CAPEX 96 reportJuly/Sep. 1996: 11
      • Randall Street station cancel – revisitedApr./June 1997: 6–10
      • Modern postal historyApr./June 1997: 10–11
      • More Liberia modern ship cancelsApr./June 1997: 12–14
      • The Grand Bassa straight line cancelsOct./Dec. 1997: 10–12
      • The guns of August [Postal delays during the early days of WWI]Jan./Mar. 1998: 11–12
      • Liberia – postage due [Underpaid cover to Harbel]Apr./June 1998: 1–2
      • Addendum to Barbara Fosdyke-Ray’s articlesOct./Dec. 1998: 7–11
      • A new Liberian revenue? [Liberian vehicle operators license]Jan./Mar. 1999: 1–2
      • Liberian collateral materialJan./Mar. 1999: 16–20
      • Reflections on Stamp Expo 2000July/Sep. 2000: 7
      • Reflections on London 2000 [Stamp Show 2000 London]Jan./Mar. 2001: 2–3
      • 1880 issue – late usage during WWIJan./Mar. 2001: 6
      • Do you know the way to Jacktown?Jan./Mar. 2001: 7–9
      • “On the Boardwalk in Atlantic City” [A report on the LPS meeting at the APS Stampshow 2002]July/Sep. 2002: 8
      • An interesting Liberia revenue usageApr./June 2008: 6–12
    114. Richards, Thomas J. & Henry Chlanda
      • Is it real – or is it MemorexMar./Apr. 1986: 3–4
    115. Richards, Vernon
      • Arthur SzykSep./Oct. 1985: 5–6
      • “Hole in the flag” variety [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]Jan./Mar. 2006: 2–6
    116. 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, 1959Jan./Mar. 2004: 16–18
    117. Rogers, Henry H.
      • [About LPS president Henry Harper Rogers]June 1966: 3
      • The unusual in philately. When normal is rare and error is common [Scott #195–208, #201 with normal overprint]Jan. 1967: 1
      • 1893 provisional issue [Plating of Scott #50 and #O13]Mar. 1967: 4–5
      • For the sharp eyed [Scott #285 var. “coconut” etc.]June 1967: 2
      • History of the Liberian Philatelic Society. Repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1990Apr. 1968: 3
      • [Index to “A Century of Liberian Philately” articles in the S.P.A. Journal]May 1968: 4
      • [Scott #106 brown, #21 plate flaw, reply to Farr: “1891 postal stationery with Pres. Johnson’s portrait obliterated”]June 1968: 1–2
      • Liberia’s first postage due stampsFeb. 1970: 7–8
      • Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1990Mar. 1970: 7–13
      • A specialized Liberian reference collectionJune 1971: 4–5
      • Unlisted errors & varietiesSep. 1971: 3–4
      • Specimens of LiberiaMay 1972: 3–4
      • 2nd addenda & corrections to “A Century of Liberian Philately”Sep. 1972: 2
      • Constant varieties of the 1920 provisionals no’s: 178–182. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 15
      • Third addenda and corrections to “A Century of Liberian Philately”Nov./Dec. 1974: 9–10
      • Gummed or non-gummed? – That is the question [Scott #16–20]Mar./Apr. 1979: 3–4
      • Gummed or ungummed, that is the question? [Scott #16–20; slightly revised version of article in LPS Newsletter Mar./Apr. 1979]July/Sep. 1986: 3–4
      • History of the Liberian Philatelic Society. Repr. from LPS Letter Apr. 1968July/Sep. 1990: 2–3
      • Liberia’s registration stamp of 1903 and its 1920 surcharge for regular postage. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Mar. 1970Oct./Dec. 1990: 1–7
      • Constant varieties of the 1920 provisionals no’s: 178–182. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 1974Jan./Mar. 1993: 6–7
      • Liberia. Postage due stamps. Repr. from S.P.A. Journal Oct. 1963Jan./Mar. 2008: 4–5
      • Liberia. Postal stationery [Preliminary draft of book chapter]. Repr. from S.P.A. Journal Aug. 1963Jan./Mar. 2008: 8–13
    118. Romaine, B.F.
      • A two thousand fold agency. Repr. from Sep. 13, 1875Jan./Mar. 2012: 15
    119. Rouse, F.D.
      • Observations [Scott #309–12, #C63–4]May 1969: 2
    120. Sacher, John
      • The early post offices and stamps. Repr. from the London Philatelist Nov. 1992Oct./Dec. 1992: Supplement
      • [Comment on Leon Nordin’s note from LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 2000, p. 1]Apr./June 2001: 7
      • Liberia. Prepayment of mail in the 19th century. Repr. from the London Philatelist 1376, Vol. 119, June 2010July/Sep. 2010: 2–13
    121. Saleski, Lothar von
      • Rogers handbook. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1991June 1972: 6–9
      • Rogers handbook. 2nd report. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Oct. 1972: 2–4
      • Re: Newsletter Nov. 1972, Liberia #21Jan. 1973: 2–3
      • Re: New date on early cover in Dec. 1972 LetterJan. 1973: 4
      • Our SocietyFeb. 1973: 2
      • Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1992Sep. 1973: 4
      • The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. in LPS Newsletter May/June 1981 and LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992Jan. 1974: 3–6
      • The Liberian–German affinityApr. 1974: 6–9, 12
      • Auctions and starting bidsMay/June 1974: 7–8
      • Liberia 1975 specialized catalogMay/June 1974: 9
      • A trip to LiberiaMay/June 1974: 10
      • Trip to LiberiaJuly/Aug. 1974: 3
      • Auctions and starting bids – comments on commentsJuly/Aug. 1974: 8–14
      • Plate damages. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 16–18
      • Liberia 1975 specialized catalog. Repr. in LPS Journal Jan./Mar. 1993July/Aug. 1974: 19
      • Liberian postal history. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 1993Sep./Oct. 1974: 8–12
      • Once more: the 3c red inland #21. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 1993Jan./Feb. 1975: 5–7
      • The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan. 1974. Also repr. in LPS Journal July/Sep. 1992May/June 1981: 6–8
      • Rogers handbook. Repr. from LPS Newsletter June 1972Jan./Mar. 1991: 12–14
      • Rogers handbook. 2nd report. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Oct. 1972Jan./Mar. 1992: 1–3
      • Ashmun issue 1952. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Sep. 1973Jan./Mar. 1992: 11–12
      • The brown paper varieties of 1923. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan. 1974. Also repr. in LPS Newsletter May/Jun. 1981July/Sep. 1992: 1–4
      • Liberia 1975 specialized catalog. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 1974Jan./Mar. 1993: 5–6
      • Plate damages. Repr. from LPS Newsletter July/Aug. 1974Jan./Mar. 1993: 7–9
      • Liberian postal history. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Sep./Oct. 1974Apr./June 1993: 2–3, 5–7
      • Once more: the 3c red inland #21. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Jan./Feb. 1975Oct./Dec. 1993: 3–6
    122. Scott, Peter
      • The cover tells the story [Postmark showing ship]. Repr. from Philatelic Magazine Aug. 24, 1956Jan./Mar. 2004: 13
      • There’s money in postmarks. Look for these on Liberia. Repr. from Philatelic Magazine May 16, 1958Apr./June 2005: 9
    123. Searls, Travis
      • LPS member profile: Manfred BeierOct./Dec. 2013: 2–3
      • Interesting cover: date conundrum [1955 Rotary issue FDC: Scott #354, #C97–8]Apr./June 2018: 3
      • WESTPEX 2018 reportJuly/Sep. 2018: 5–6
      • Stamp Show 2019 reportOct./Dec. 2019: 8–9
    124. Sefi, A.J.
      • Postal development in the Republic of Liberia. Repr. from Philatelic Journal of Great Britain June 1926Jan./Mar. 2004: 12
    125. Sereda, Greg
      • The 1916 one cent provisional surcharges [Scott #153, #O87]. Repr. in LPS Journal Apr./June 2011Apr./June 1987: 4–5, 7
      • Liberia’s issue for the 1988 Winter Olympics [Scott #1049–54]Apr./June 1988: 1–4
      • The 1916 two cent on five cent provisional surcharges [Scott #154, #O88]Apr./June 2011: 3–5, 11–14
      • The 1916 one cent provisional surcharges [Scott #153, #O87]. Repr. from LPS Newsletter Apr./June 1987Apr./June 2011: 6–7, 9
      • Ebay fakes & forgeriesOct./Dec. 2011: 3–7
      • February 28, 1936 air mail stamps of Liberia used on non-commemorative coverJan./Mar. 2012: 16–20
      • Emery Ross (1887 – 1973) [picture post card sent from Monrovia to the U.S., 1913]Oct./Dec. 2012: 10–11
      • The 1954 UNICEF constant flaw variety [Scott #C77]Oct./Dec. 2012: 11–13
      • The 1903 President Gibson registration issue “REGISTERED” cancelled-to-order marking [Scott #F10–14]July/Sep. 2018: 1
      • 1944-46 four cent surcharge on 1928 definitive issue [Scott #282A]Oct./Dec. 2018: 1
      • Correspondence – letters and email to the editor [Re: solo use of the 1906 1c elephant]Apr./June 2019: 4
      • The 1921 inverted overprints [Scott #195–208, #O127–40]July/Sep. 2019: 6
      • Census: Arthington earliest date cancel [Cockrill CP.15]Apr./June 2020: 7
    126. Sexton, R.N.
      • Golden opportunitiesJuly/Aug. 1970: 2
    127. Shelton, J.M.
      • Additions to “Advertising – Liberia style”May/June 1984: 6–7
    128. Sheridan, Paul
      • “Liberia exclusively” [Emil Kemeny]June 1973: 3–4
      • Liberian covers aid medical researchJuly/Aug. 1979: 2–3
    129. Shoemaker, Robert E.
      • Bogus 1920 surchargesApr./June 2007: 5–6
      • Returns from the 1920 surcharge census requestJuly/Sep. 2007: 3
      • [BALPEX 2007 / Postage due questions / Can you help? Will you help? Census of the 1920 provisional surcharges is asking for information]Oct./Dec. 2007: 2–3
      • Liberia postal card PC1 specimen overprintJan./Mar. 2009: 17
      • A new Liberian postal cardJan./Mar. 2009: 19
      • Liberian ECOMOG mails revisitedOct./Dec. 2009: 7–11
      • Liberian airmail envelopes. Repr. from Postal Stationery 369, Nov./Dec. 2009Jan./Mar. 2010: 7–10
      • Liberia’s first two air mail envelopes [Addenda to Liberian air mail envelopes]Jan./Mar. 2010: 11–13
      • Liberian semi postal issues B1–B15Jan./Mar. 2011: 3–17
    130. Sieger, Hermann E.
      • Erste Flugpost in Liberia [Scott #C1–3]. Repr. from Deutsche Briefmarken- und Flugpostzeitung 125Oct./Dec. 2007: 14–15
    131. Smith, Leonard H. & Norma H.
      • [Liberian aerograms]Jan. 1969: 2–5
    132. Smith, Norma H.
      • Comments [on some “bits” from LPS Letter Feb. and Apr. 1969]June 1969: 2–3
      • Maxi service – mini fee!June 1971: 2–3
    133. Smith, R.H.
      • Who’s who in Liberia’s zoo. Repr. from the Philatelic Reporter and Market Guide Jan. 1968Nov./Dec. 1974: 4–7
      • More news from the zooMar./Apr. 1975: 5–6
    134. Speirs, Dale
      • Liberated Liberia in cowtown [Calgary Philatelic Society meeting]. Repr. from ?May/June 1986: 4
    135. Stegenga, William
      • Comments [Ashmun issue full pane inscriptions]July/Aug. 1972: 2
      • The 1952 Ashmun stampsMay/June 1980: 3–4
    136. Stephens, Donald
      • Why Liberia?Oct./Dec. 2000: 20–22
      • Help with SEEPOST, please. Repr. in LPS Journal Oct./Dec. 2004Jan./Mar. 2002: 2
      • The stamp that never was? [1903 registration issue: Scott #F10–4]Jan./Mar. 2003: 2
      • Topsy-turvy-land (with a twist) [Scott #121b]July/Sep. 2005: 1
      • [Harmers auction Mar. 6, 2007]Apr./June 2007: 13–17
    137. Stolow, J.H.
      • The rarest of the rare! – 1942 50c on 1c green ‘without bars’ [Scott #C17]. Repr. from Stamp News March 1956Oct./Dec. 2007: 10
    138. Tauber, Lewis E.
      • The Liberian philately questionnaireJan./Mar. 1995: 9
      • The Liberian adventure cruise: the parts that never made the tourApr./June 1996: 3–7
      • The mystery of the water damaged pair [Scott #115 specimen]Apr./June 2008: 4–5
      • [1958 flag issue: Scott #368–70, #C114–7]Jan./Mar. 2009: 1–4
      • [Registered cover with Scott #183–4]Jan./Mar. 2010: 2–4
      • Printers waste – a catch all or something moreOct./Dec. 2010: 6–14
    139. Teah, T. Max
      • U.S. to help improve postal system here. Repr. from Monrovia Daily Observer Aug. 27, 1981Jan./Feb. 1983: 4
    140. Tocqueville, Alexis de
      • [Passage containing information about the founding of Liberia]. Repr. from Democracy in America, 1832, pp. 391–4Mar. 1969: 3–5
    141. Tombs, R.C.
      • The head of “Liberty”. Repr. from Philately Feb. 1952Jan./Mar. 2008: 22
    142. Towah-Kangar, Cecilia
      • [Official postal notice for new Liberian stamp issue]. Repr. from postal notice, Nov. 24, 1988Oct./Dec. 1988: 12–13
    143. Van den Berg, George
      • Philatelic notes. Repr. from StampsJan./Mar. 2004: 10
      • [Marketing of 1906 and 1909 “printer’s waste”]. Repr. from StampsJan./Mar. 2004: 10
    144. Varaschini, Luciano
      • [Comment on flag issue errors]Jan./Mar. 1995: 3
      • [Letter to LPS president Tom Lockard]July/Sep. 2000: 2
      • “British” Liberia [Postal history]. Repr. from Cameo 55, Vol. 7(2), 2001Oct./Dec. 2002: 3–6
      • [1913 8c on 3c Scott #128 and varieties from Luciano Varaschini’s collection]Oct./Dec. 2002: 7–17
    145. Vienno-Michaud, Laurier P.
      • This and that [Scott #O155]. Repr. from ?Jan./Mar. 2008: 3
    146. Walker, Walter F.
      • U.S.–Liberia air service [Scott #C17–26]. Repr. from Stamps September 27, 1941Oct./Dec. 2007: 11
    147. Walls, Jerry G.
      • Some essays of the 1964 building definitivesJuly/Oct. 1982: 1–4
      • An open letter to the Liberian Philatelic SocietyJuly/Aug. 1984: 3–4
      • Index to the L.P.S. Newsletter (new series) [July/Aug. 1978–Nov./Dec. 1984]Mar./Apr. 1985: 4–8
      • Real perforation errors? [Scott #344 and #364]July/Aug. 1985: 3–5
      • A color trial of the $5.00 UNICEF stampMar./Apr. 1986: 5–6
      • A new Ashmun color trial proofJuly/Sep. 1988: 1–2
    148. Watson, Harold D.
      • Notes on the first type of LiberiaOct. 1967: 2
    149. Weaver, Kent E.
      • The postal rates of Liberia 1858–1970Jan./Mar. 1998: 3–7
      • [Five letters written by or for missionary Thomas Wilson, Liberia, to Walter Lowrie, secretary of the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions, New York City]July/Sep. 2000: 10–19
      • Liberian forgeriesOct./Dec. 2001: 12–15
      • “ORDINARY” forgeriesJan./Mar. 2002: 5–24
      • Fred Farr’s notes [Numbers known of some Liberian stamp varieties]Jan./Mar. 2002: 25
      • Something went wrong [1947 CIPEX issue: Scott #300, #C54–6, #C56a]Jan./Mar. 2003: 11–12
      • Liberia – potpourri [Some early articles on Liberian stamps]Apr./June 2003: 4–11
      • Fournier forgeries revisitedApr./June 2004: 2–7
      • [Scott #229 var. “2” in red above “two cents” on cover]Oct./Dec. 2006: 1–2
      • “PSOTAGE” error of Scott #368July/Sep. 2008: 1–4
      • An interesting forgery [Forged Scott #21 on cover]Jan./Mar. 2010: 5–6
      • Col Henry Rogers’ Liberia collectionJan./Mar. 2010: 17–21
      • [Two covers from Tom Lockard estate]Oct./Dec. 2010: 3–5
    150. Webb, John
      • The 1926 overprints of Liberia. Repr. from Gibbons’ Stamp Monthly June 1937Apr./June 2004: 20–21
    151. Whiten, Andrew & William C. McGrew
      • Is this the first portrayal of tool use by a chimp? [Scott #103]. Repr. from Nature 409, Jan. 4, 2001Apr./June 2006: 1
    152. Wickersham, Cornelius W.
      • The first pictorial issue. Repr. from the Collectors Club Philatelist Vol. 38(1)Jan./Mar. 1996: 2–17
      • Three Liberian covers. Repr. from Stamps June 14, 1958July/Sep. 2006: 17
      • Liberia. The printers and dies of the 1880 and 1881 issues. Repr. from Stamps Dec. 6, 1958July/Sep. 2011: 8–11
      • Liberia. The dies of the 1880 and 1881 issues. Repr. from Stamps Jan, 28, 1961July/Sep. 2011: 12–14
    153. Wilbert, Robert F.
      • Prices realized at Mr. Stampman mail auction January 18th, 1974May/June 1974: 11–12
    154. Winick, Les
      • Covers show global adventures of Gale J. Raymond. Repr. from Linn’s Stamp News Nov. 21, 2005Apr./June 2006: 18
    155. Woytowich, William
      • Two years ahead of time! The second Jehudi Ashmun Liberian stamp issue [Scott #332–7, #C68–9 “errors” and varieties]Jan./Mar. 2012: 2–5
    156. Wynns, John
      • [Cover with Scott #C2]May/June 1979: 3–4
    157. Zo Gbah Kollie Neh
      • Public transportation in LiberiaJan. 1970: 3
      • Growth of the Liberia road systemFeb. 1970: 5–6
      • The Voinjama area of LiberiaApr. 1970: 3–4
      • A hunting we will go – bongo hunting that isMay 1970: 2–3
      • Registration mark. Registration cancelsJune 1970: 5
      • Anyone for a lesson – in herpetologyJuly/Aug. 1970: 3–4
      • Liberian post offices I have visitedSep. 1970: 2
      • Snake dancers – snake charmers of northwestern LiberiaApr. 1971: 2–6
      • Narrative of A Journey to MusarduOct. 1971: 3–5
      • Present uses on Liberian revenue stampsApr. 1972: 2

Perforation Gauge

  1. Transparent perforation gauge (600 dpi PNG-file):
    • perf. 7-16½, 2 cm wide, for use with image software.
    • perf. 6-19, 8 cm wide, for printing.
    • R-script for creating your own PNG, should none of the above fit your needs.