Biophilately 2015 

This is of one farme promotional presentation of Biophilately study unit of the American Topical Association (ATA), presented on NTSS 2015 (the National Topical Stamp Show), Portland, Oregon, USA in 2015. Provided by Mr. Jack Congrove, editor of Biophilately magazine

The Biology Unit, founded in 1951, is a study unit of the American Topical Association dedicated to the international cooperative study of biological postage stamps and related material. It publishes an award-winning quarterly journal, Biophilately.

Annual dues are $20 (US & Canada), or $25 (International). On-line only memberships are available for $15. Send membership inquiries to the Secretary, Chris Dahle, (chris-dahle@fastermac.net), or visit the& website at www.biophilately.org

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