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[[image - various issues of the A.A.M.S Advance Airmail Information Bulletin]]


Another outstanding advantage of membership is the A.A.M.S. Advance Airmail Information Bulletin, which is issued as soon and as often as news on new flights or stamp issues is available. It may appear twice a week, or only once a month, if news is not urgent. It is always published in order that collectors may prepare and send their own covers on various flights. It is published from the same office as the AIRPOST JOURNAL and members who desire this service simply supply the manager with self-addressed regulation postal cards. The bulletin is printed directly on the cards and mailed to the member. There is no additional charge for this service, other than furnishing of the postal cards.


The publication of the American Air Mail Catalogue is an accomplishment to which the society points with justifiable pride. It is the living testimony of the society's
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