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Arizona & New Mexico Postal History Society Established 1985
The Arizona & New Mexico Postal History Society was founded in 1985 in Tucson, Arizona. A small group of like-minded collectors gathered from the two Southwestern states and formed the Society with its purpose being: "To encourage, create, sponsor and guide research in the postal history of Arizona and New Mexico".
From Spanish and Mexican Colonialism to Territorial era mining camp grown to present day Statehood, there is a wealth of opportunities to study the many aspects of postal history related to postal envelope covers, postal routes, postal markings and cancellations and the pioneering, enterprising folks who endeavored to bring this all to daily success.
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The Roadrunner, the official journal of the Arizona & New Mexico Postal History Society, provides a venue for members to publish articles which enlighten, entertain, and educate our peers regarding the many aspects of postal and social history within the boundaries of these two states.
The Society's general meeting is held annually in February during the Arizona Philatelic Exhibition ARIPEX Stamp Show in Mesa, Arizona.
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