MPHS member Russ Carter has created a new master index of Bulletins from 1937 to 2022. See: the links to the Master Bulletin Index 1937-2022. The now superseded index listed at the bottom of this page will be retained until the new Index project is complete.
Second 2022 Issue - Vol 60 No 2
The issue includes a number of news columns, classified ads, book reviews, show reports, and articles of current Society business news.
Access to the electronic version of this issue is password-protected. Information on the electronic files can be found at: the MPHS Bulletin electronic version links page.
An Index of the War Cover Club, The War Philatelist and the Military Postal History Society bulletins remains online.
The Military Postal History Society began as a small group of
collectors meeting in May 1937 to form an informal War Cover Club
and to provide information on military markings
in a "War Cover Club" column in a Chicago publication
called Postal Markings.
The club was formalized by adoption of a Constitution
at a meeting in April 1938 during which a member's publication
called "The War Cover Philatelist" was selected as the club's
The need for additional coverage of newly emerging
World War II resulted in a second official club publication
called "The War Cover Club Bulletin" which appeared
Both publications ended during World War II due in
part to restrictions on release of military marking information.
The War Cover Club Bulletin reappeared in 1946 as an independent
publication and continued until the name of the club, and its publication,
was changed in mid-1991 to the Military Postal History Society.
The quarterly issues of the Bulletin became identified by season
beginning with Winter 1994.
The older index document, linked above, presents a listing of the articles both long and short, which have appeared in these publications during the period from May 1937 to the end of 2004.
Copies of articles of interest which have appeared in the War Cover Club Column and in the War Cover Philatelist can be provided by the American Philatelic Research Library.