Browse our past annual memorial lectures

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SRT Memorial Lecturers and Title of Lecture. Links to details of the lectures are included where these are available.

2014 - David Beech FRPSL: The Future of Postal History

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2013 - Adrian Steel: The Future of the BPMA

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2011 - Colin Tabeart: The More the Rail the faster the mail

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2010 - Gavin Fryer FRPSL: Blind Man's Mail

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2008 - Patrick Maselis FRPSL: From the Azores to New Zealand

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2007 - Pat Grimwood-Taylor: Social Postal History

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2005 - Peter C Ford: Philatelic Publishing now and in the future

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2001 - Denis Vandervelde: Disinfection & Quarantine

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1995 - Prof Barrie S Jay MA MD FRCS FRPSL: Early Forces Mail

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