American Philatelic Society

Vooys Fellows
Roger Schnell
Alfredo Frohlich
Richard Drews
Al Kugel
William H. Bauer
Herbert A. Trenchard
Hugh J. McMackin III
Ted Bahry
Sidney Epstein
Roger S. Brody
W. Danforth Walker
Charles J. Peterson
Stephen D. Schumann
Clark Frazier
Don Heller
Barbara R. Mueller
Eliot Landau
Wade E. Saadi
Charles F. Shreve
Gerald R. Forsythe
David A. Kent
Janet R. Klug
Steven J. Rod
Lamar Stout
Edward H. Jarvis
Alan Warren
Arthur Cole
Jack R. Dykhouse
Hugh Lawrence
Ken Martin
Gordon E. Eubanks, Jr.
Alan Parsons
Mark S. Schwartz
Robin Gates Elliott
David McNamee
Randy L. Neil
Paul Petersen
Charles Wooster
Michael Turrini
Cheryl Ganz
Irving Miller
John Barwis
Bobby Liao
Robert Bruce Marsden
David T. Zemer
Frank L. Sente
Marjory J. Sente
Thomas H. Bieniosek
Eric A. Jackson
Scott D. English
Daniel W. Vooys Fellow

Daniel W. Vooys was once called Mr. Philatelic Literature by George W. Linn, founder of Linn’s Stamp Weekly. Dan believed that philatelic literature was indispensable for the serious philatelist. In honor of his dedication to our library, the Vooys Fellows distinction was started in 2007. Read more about Daniel's philatelic achievements.

Help support the American Philatelic Research Library - by becoming a Daniel W. Vooys Fellow. Those who donate $5,000 payable over five years are recognized as Vooys Fellows.

Vooys Fellow Privileges include:

A vote for Founder/Patron representative on APRL Board of Trustees

Opportunity to run for Founder/Patron representative
on Board of Trustees

Your name on a Vooys Fellow plaque in the APRL

Lifetime subscription to the Philatelic Literature Review

A personal Vooys Fellow plaque


To become a Vooys Fellow, print and complete the Vooys Request Form or contact Librarian Tara Murray for more information 814 933-3803 ext. 246.

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