As a member of the Ephemera Society of America I was pleased to publish another article on historical passports. I still remain the only society member handling this topic of researching and collecting old (historical) passports.Maybe one day I will do all the way to a society meeting in the US to convince more member on the beauty of collecting such old travel documents. Well, at least for the Ephemera society in UK it was working well. Enjoy the article (page 27/28), which you can read in the full version (exceptional) in this September issue by clicking on the cover below.
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Another Article For The Ephemera Journal On Historical Passports