Annual Spellman Museum Postal History Symposium
The Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History, the oldest philatelic museum in the United States, in partnership with the American Helvetia Philatelic Society, will host its eighth annual postal history symposium that will deal with several aspects of the postal history of Switzerland. The symposium will take place on the campus of Regis College (College Hall 202) in Weston, Massachusetts, where the museum is located, on Thursday, April 30, 2020, starting at 9:30AM, a day before the opening of the WSP Philatelic Show in nearby Boxboro.

The displays in the Museum's galleries, open to the public, will include exceptional material from its holdings.

The symposium presenters include:
  • Michael Peter, "Early Registered Mail from Switzerland"
  • Richard T. Hall, "Postcards and Briefli - The Other Pro Juventute Collectibles"
  • Greg Galletti, "The League of Nations at 100"
  • Bruce Marsden, "Campione D'Italia, a Geographic Anomaly"

Admission to the symposium is free but the Museum asks that attendees register at info@spellman.org, or go to the Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History website. Full Schedule of events at the Postal History Symposium - Switzerland

Those who wish to stay at the hotel hosting Philatelic Show 2020 may call 978-263-8701 and ask for the "Stamp Show" rate, or visit the website Boxborough Regency.