The front page of Linn's issue of March 16, 1964, reported that New Zealand was going to issue a full-color commemorative stamp April 1. The stamp honors Tongariro National Park and Chateau.
In his editorial, founder George W. Linn wrote about stamp albums.
"I have marveled at the several new large, beautiful albums built by the H.E. Harris Company of Boston and planned to fill the need of that type of collector who enjoys collecting stamps from the whole world," Linn noted.
Stamp dealer Walter Welles of New York City advertised a mint plate block of six of United States Scott 550, the 5¢ Pilgrim Tercentenary stamp of 1920, for $67. Today, a similar mint plate block catalogs at $450.