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Henry Haslett

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Name  Henry Haslett
Role  Journalist

Died  July 9, 1993, Fairfield, Connecticut, United States
Influenced  Steve Forbes, Milton Friedman, Ron Paul
Influenced by  Ludwig von Mises, Friedrich Hayek
Books  Economics in One Lesson, The Failure of the New Economics, Thinking as a science, The foundations of morality, The Critics of Keynesia
Similar People  Ludwig von Mises, Frederic Bastiat, Murray Rothbard, Friedrich Hayek, Milton Friedman

Education  City College of New York

Henry Haslett (Died 8 November 1916 at Bexley) was one of the small group who met regularly at the Rev. Stainforth's Rectory that formed the nucleus from which The Philatelic Society, London, subsequently The Royal Philatelic Society London, was formed (although Haslett was never a member of that organisation). He may therefore be called one of the first philatelists.

Part collector, part dealer, stamps acquired by Haslett subsequently found their way into the Tapling Collection, which is now part of the British Library Philatelic Collections, and the collection of William Image. Notable stamps acquired by Haslett included Sydney Views and other old colonial stamps. He also acquired early German stamped envelopes.


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