Foundation & Post Office: Mon - Fri • 8 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Library: Mon - Fri • 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
920 N. 1st Avenue, Tucson, AZ 85719
520-623-6652          

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Events & Schedule

Oct. 17-19:
SESCAL 2014 in Los Angeles, California.  

Oct. 18:
Tucson Stamp Club meets in library. Bourse @12; meeting @2.

Oct. 22:
The PHF welcomes United Way Days of Caring volunteers. The Slusser Library is reserved for their work.

Oct. 23:
Global Forever Christmas Evergreen Wreath Stamp issued. Check to see if we have it for sale in our Post Office!
Winter Fun Contemporary Christmas Forever Stamps issued. Check to see if we have them for sale in our Post Office! 

Oct. 25:
PHF Board Meeting 9-12.

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PHF Featured in Article

fieldtrip girlThe Postal History Foundation was recently featured in the Associated Press's article "5 Reasons Why Your Kid Collects Stamps" by Melissa Rayworth. Through this nationally syndicated article, we continue our mission of encouraging budding philatelists and demonstrating the importance of teaching kids through stamps. Click here for a link to the article at one outlet in which it appears, ABC News.

 

 

Fantastically Frightening Philately

dlo1Our annual Halloween exhibit showcases terrifying topicals with the likenesses of Alfred Hitchcock, Edgar Allen Poe, monsters, and more. You’ll visit particularly petrifying places with postmarks of Devil’s Tower, Skull Valley, and other ghastly haunts. Beware the Chamber of Philatelic Horrors, where the appearance of some appalling stamps might fill your heart with dread, and where the connection between a Victorian serial killer and the U.S. Post Office are explored. Don’t forget to visit the dead letter office, where a gaggle of ghosts deliver mail to their final resting place. And recoil in recoil in fear at the cats, skulls, and devils used on Civil War cachets.

      Come join us for an exceptionally eerie experience… if you dare.

Fall 2014 Stamp Tracks published

framinghistoryadpic2Whole #23 features our annual stamp design winners, a thank you to long-time PHF board chairman and member Bob Bechtel, items from both the Trolley Mail and Fantastically Frightening Philtely exhibits, and real letters we receive from kids asking us about stamps. Click here to go directly to this issue.

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