THE NEW JERSEY POSTAL HISTORY SOCIETY was established in 1972, to study and explore the many aspects of New Jersey postal history.
The society produces a quarterly award winning journal in electronic and hard copy format, which publishes articles on a variety of subjects relating to this theme. Join the Society and receive NJPHS Journal.
New Jersey Postal History Society Online
The New Jersey Postal History Society was founded in 1972, to study and enjoy the many aspects of New Jersey postal history, and to share it with others students of this area of philately. Much of this information touches not only on other fields of philately, but also on many aspects of history as well.
For the last 43 years, we have produced a journal, New Jersey Postal History (NJPH), which contains a great deal of information and research, and we make that information available to all who might be interested through NJPHS Online. The Journal is online, except for the last five years - which is reserved for members only - one good reason to join the New Jersey Postal History Society!
Membership is only $15.00 per year and provides access to all Journals and articles on-line, as well as other exclusive benefits you can read about here. Members are encouraged to provide articles for the journal, published quarterly in February, May, August and November every year. You are also encouraged to join us at NOJEX every year in May as we convene in Annual Meeting.
Please use the navigation and visit our Galleries to view extensive collections of New Jersey postal history covers. Visit the NJPHS Library for access to articles. Use the Philatelic links to visit other websites that may pique your interest. By all means share this site with your collecting friends!
Since this new website is being unveiled in early 2016, some of the links will lead to the older website design which we plan to update as the year progresses.
August 2016 Featured Cover
Excerpted article from the August 2016 Issue of the NJPH Journal
MAIL SENT ABROAD FROM MORRIS COUNTY: Part I by Don Chafetz
A prepaid cover at the new 12¢ rate sent to Mrs. or Admiral Radford in the United Kingdom from Morristown, New Jersey in December 1869. Admiral William Radford was promoted to Rear Admiral in 1866 and commanded the US European Squadron from 1869 to 1870. His wife was Mary Elizabeth Lovell and the Radford family resided in Morristown for many years.
43 Years of Research and Collections Online
The New Jersey Postal History Society provides part of our library for free. All NJPH Journals except the last five years are available to download, read, and use for your research purposes. All we ask is to attribute NJPH Journal in your published papers. Some articles are under copyright by their authors, and permission should be obtained prior to publication.
In our Galleries you will find hundreds of covers that represent various periods of New Jersey postal history including Colonial and Stage covers, Express Mail and Stampless covers, as well as a representation of postcards from almost all post offices in New Jersey, including DPO's. Nearly twenty free publications are available for download even if you are not a member.
Members: One of the benefits of membership is sharing your interests and collections! If you would like to share an interesting single item from your collection, or have multiple items to share - the NJPHS Galleries offer you the opportunity to put your collectibles on center stage.
Remember, we are always looking for articles of interest for the NJPH Journal, and would welcome your contribution whether it's a single page or five page article. If you are not yet a member, please consider the benefits of joining and the satisfaction you'll get by sharing with your fellow collectors: Become a Member
Welcome to NJPHS Online
NJPHS Journal Featured Cover
NJPHS Online Overview