West Africa Study Circle
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Stamps, postmarks, postal stationery and postal history
The West Africa Study Circle, formed in 1950, is the international specialist society for the study of stamps, postal stationery and postal history of West Africa. It originated from small specialist groups which already existed and has undergone several expansions of scope.
If you wish to contact the Study Circle for information which does not appear on the site, please use this email address (remove spaces): webmanager @ wasc. org. uk
The September conference programme is on our Activities page, Holiday Inn, Tadcaster Road, York September (25th-27th). Non-members who may wish to come along to the Ebor Room at the hotel to see the displays will be welcomed. Please contact the President, Keith Hanman on khstamps - aol.com (use usual email formatting) if you want to plan a visit. Rooms are still available for any other members wishing to attend (£205); please contact Keith.
A brand new publication British West African Mail Packets to 1900, written by Colin Tabeart, is currently in preparation for printing. This major 560 page book by a respected author will be important for many collectors of maritime history. A flier is here.
History of the U.S. Air Transport Command Africa and the Middle East May 1941 to July 1944
British Intervention in War-torn Sierra Leone, 1997-2015
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WASC was represented at a booth at the Rocky Mountain Stamp Show, Denver, Colorado. Our booth was organised by Mike Kluherz – who was able ro garner two new members for WASC.
Three new books: (see the books page for costs):
An index to Cameo for "Volumes 1 to 15" is available on the Publications page.
Some other documents produced by members (RAF West Africa-Rabat, Shipping, Civil Aviation, Nigerian postmarks) are reached by links from the "Additional Documents" page.
last updated: August 20, 2015