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American Air Mail Society
Focus: Airmail Collecting
Publications: Monthly: Airpost and Quarterly (Jack Knight Air Log)
Contact: Rudy Roy
P.O. Box 110
Mineola, NY 11501-0110 US
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The AAMS was founded in 1923, and is the second oldest aerophilatelic society in the world with over 1,500 members worldwide. The AAMS publishes the monthly magazine The Airpost Journal & the Jack Knight Air Log, as well as the American Air Mail Catalogue, and many other aerophilatelic books. See the list of Airpost Journal & Air Log Staff & Department Editors. See the Publications page for the aerophilatelic books & publications which are currently available. The AAMS holds an annual convention, as well as a Spring and/or Fall meeting during philatelic exhibitions in different parts of the country.

Dues are as low as possible, privileges and services to members are many. It is not necessary that a person be an advanced collector or a wealthy specialist to attain membership-or to enjoy aerophilately to its fullest extent. The only requisite is a good character and air mail collecting as a genuine interest. AAMS members feel it is a genuine honor and privilege to be affiliated together, and many members gather often at stamp shows. Many of aerophilately's most successful exhibitors, judges, writers, and editors belong to the AAMS.
 


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