Photo of Al Kugel (right) Receiving a MPHS Award, 2001
Al supplied many of his exhibits and articles for posting on this website. After his passing, the MPHS has worked to place scans of all available exhibits that he created on the website. This web page will be the electronic "Kugel Room", containing all known references to his work, including those items on the MPHS website.
[There are several thousand pages of his exhibits scanned by the MPHS. As they become available, they will be listed here.] An interactive Table of Contents is available for searching the titles of the exhibits.
Mail of the Congress of Versailles, 1919 (re-scanned)
These exhibits were shared with the MPHS several years ago. The source of these exhibits was the Collectors' Club of Chicago.
The disintegration of the Hohenzollern Empire 1918–1923 (2011 Article at National Postal Museum Website)
Note that some of the exhibits referenced from this page are marked "(B/W)". Those exhibit page scans were made from black and white photocopies of the original exhibits. Those exhibits were created by Al Kugel many years ago, and are presented here for historical and research purposes. As far as the MPHS is aware, there are no color scans available of these older exhibit pages, nor for any of the illustrated postal history items.