* Scenic tour of Connecticut Towns and Post Offices, including Andy's Post Office in Tarrifville. A bus drove us to 14 different Post Offices around the Connecticut area. The group recieved many strange looks as people noticed the large group taking pictures of the Post Offices!
* Train tour of Springfield, Mass.
* Banquet on Saturday included Guest Speaker, Gaile Santaline, the Postmaster of Tariffville, CT dedicating the bi-color Trans-Mississippi postage stamp.
* Finders-Keepers tables were packed with over 30,000 free hand cancels and other Post Marks!
* A silent auction was held on Friday for the convention fund, and the live auction was held on Saturday night raising $3740 to support the Museum.
* PMCC Museum tables sold special covers, DPOs, station and branch postmarks.
* Wonderful Exhibits made of a variety of themes. Kandace Mercer won the Best in Show award.
* Exclusive state lists of operating post offices were available; The only source in the world!.
* A 50-year membership plaque was announced for Frederick Langford, member #206!
* Gran-Val Dairy brought an ice cream truck to the convention and served delicious home-made dairy-fresh ice cream.
* Dave Proulx exhibited a collection of rare and vintage postal history, celebrating 45 years of collecting. It included items such as a cancelled Penny Black stamp from 1837.
* The classic 1936 British documentary Night Mail was shown.
For historical purposes here are the forms used during the 1998 Convention.