National Air Mail Week was to commemorate the 20thanniversary of the inauguration of US airmail service. This is stamped with the special cachets for the Alexandria Virginia American Legion. It was a hobby to collect postal cover at the time and these became very popular.
The term cover pertains to the outside of an envelope or package with an address, typically with postage stamps that have been cancelled and is a term generally used among stamp and postal history collectors.
I have had this scanner for almost 4 years and scanned everything from brochures, photos, receipts and multiple sizes of papers. It scans at 30 pages per minute and can do the front and back at the same time. The scanning speed is very fast but it is quiet too. It is easy to clean the scanning mechanism after scanning a dusty scrapbook or old photo. Making the next scan as good as the first!
If you are looking for an all in one negative/slide/photo scanner look no further. This thing is great. There is a brief learning curve and you need to experiment with all the settings and how to use the included holders. Also, when working with negatives and slides dust is not your friend. Compressed air and a soft brush are helpful. We have been using the Espon V550 everyday for over a year and have had zero issues.
This car revolutionized racing in 1965 when designer and builder Jerry Eisert introduced car #96 to the racing world. This gem the Indy Mechanical Achievement Award in 1966 for Jerry Eisert. Some of the more famous drivers have been; Al Unser, Johnny Rutherford, Greg Weld, Ronnie Duman, Jerry Grant, Billy Foster, and Peter Revson. Peter Revson was the last to race this car in the Indy 500 in 1968.