Boxborough 2019

Awards from Boxborough 2019

Multi Frame Class

Large Gold
Hal Vogel Pioneer Period Expeditions to Greenland.  Also received the American Philatelic Conference Best Write Up.
Brian Callan Life on the Lee - Postcards from River Lee, Cork City and Harbor, 1900-1920.
Large Vermeil
Brian Callan Irish Postal Stationary, 1922 to 1983.  Additional awards include the United Postal Stationary Marcus White Award.
Large Vermeil
John H. Fitzsimmons Christmas Traditions.  Also received the ATA First Place Award.
Large Vermeil
Anthony Hughes Westmeath, 1830 to 1860.  Additional awards include the ÉPA Joseph E. Foley Award for Best Multi-Frame and the Mercer E. Bowers Award for Best Multi-Frame.
Large Vermeil
Anthony Hughes Westmeath, 1900 to 1925.  Additional awards include the AAPE Medal of Honor and the Benninghoff Best 3 Frame Award.
Large Silver
Robert Benninghoff Postcards from Portugal.  Additional awards include the Women Exhibitors Sterling Achievement Award and the APS Excellence Award 1980-present.

Single Frame Class

Roert Benninghoff The Provisional Government of Ireland Dec 1921 to Dec 1922.  Additional awards include the ÉPA Award for Best Single Frame Exhibit.
Robert Benninghoff The "e" Watermark Definitive Coli Stamps of Ireland 1940 t0 1970.
Brian Harmon Vox Hiberniae.  Additional awards include the ÉPA crystal plate.
Raymond Murphy Official Mail of the Irish Provisional Government and Irish Free State.
Large Vermeil
Bian Callan Graf Zeppelin DLZ127 out of North Africa.
Brian Callan Walter Quensell's Tin Can mail Cachets.

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Annual ÉPA Virtual Meeting

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Saturday, October 10, 2020 - 2:00pm

Due to Covid 19 concerns, the NOJEX ÉPA Annual General Meeting has  been cancelled.  Since this is our opportunity to get together at our annual meeting, we are instead taking steps to set up a Zoom meeting, as many philatelic societies have done.  The date will be Saturday, October 10, 2020 at 2:00 PM (EDT), and it will include a Power Point presentation by Robert Benninghoff entitled Border between Two Irelands.  All members with email addresses will be invited to join by our Vice President Mike Canavan (michaelscanav