ATA one-page exhibition to be displayed through October

The American Topical Association (ATA) is displaying more than 200 virtual one-page exhibits, covering 13 topical and thematic categories, until Oct. 31.

The virtual exhibition opened during the recent Great American Stamp Show, held in person from Aug. 12-15 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in the Rosemont suburb of Chicago, Ill., by the ATA, American Philatelic Society and American First Day Cover Society.

Some of the many ATA exhibition highlights include:

  • a world history exhibit entitled “Canadian – Australia?” by Toronto’s Michel Houde;
  • a trio of exhibits in the philately, world history and U.S. history categories by Derwin Mak, also of Toronto; and
  • 14 Scout exhibits by Rajesh Anitha, of Madurai, India.

To view the exhibits, visit americantopical.org/my-one-page-exhibit.

The ATA also offers thematic exhibit guidance through a series of article on its website, americantopical.org/exhibiting.

The ATA’s ‘Adventure Hub’ booth was well attended throughout the weekend, according to the club’s officials. Photo courtesy of Tony Curiale.

GREAT AMERICAN STAMP SHOW

At the show, the ATA’s massive booth, “Adventure Hub,” stood near the entrance to the exhibit hall.

Several ATA-affiliated study units also participated with meetings and booths.

Among the keynote speakers at the four-day show were four ATA members, including:

  • Tom Broadhead, whose talk was entitled “The Great Sphinx – A Story in Stamps”;
  • Félix Pérez-Folch, Jr., whose talk was entitled “Two Stamps – One Journey”;
  • Wayne Youngblood, whose talk was entitled “Captain Tim’s Radio Stamp Club”; and
  • Bill DeWitt, whose talk was entitled “Evolution of U.S. Intercity Mail Transportation: Horses to Aeroplanes (1840-1920).”

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