Copyright 2011-2019

John N. Lupia, III

Edward H. Fish -, 

In 1945, he and his wife ran Ed-Ann Hobby Shops, Babbitt Building, Valencia, Buckeye, Arizona.

In 1945, Edward H. Fish was ANA Member No. 11214, Buckeye, Arizona.

In 1948 he was president of the Fresno Stamp Club, and conducted the stamp auction at the California Hotel.

On Monday February 18, 1952, Fresno area coin collectors met at the YMCA to discuss reviving the San Joaquin Coin Club. Edward H. Fish was one of four committee members for the "Reactivation Plan". 
"Coin Collectors Will Discuss Reviving Club," The Fresno Bee, Sunday, February 17, 1952, page 48

Edward H. Fish's coin advertisement published in the Fresno Bee, Sunday October 12, 1952, page 18.

Edward H. Fish lived nearby at Buena Park close to his shop in Knotts Berry Farm, Ghost Town, California, where he kept shop in the Miner's Bank. The Bank still stands today and is part of an amusement park begun by Walter Knott on his berry 
farm. The Miner's Bank was built in 1954, merely as a replica of an Old West Gold Rush Era type bank. It was solely occupied by Ed Fish as his coin and stamp shop. The park is located a few miles west of Anaheim, California.

Edward H. Fish correspondence with Mrs. Clara M. Berg, Fresno, California, postmarked Registered Mail. Courtesy Lupia Numismatic Library.

He is buried in Coquille Masonic Cemetery.

Bibliography :

The Numismatist, May (1945) : 493
Fresno Bee,  Monday, January 19, 1948, page 9
"Coin Collectors Will Discuss Revibing Club," The Fresno Bee, Sunday, February 17, 1952, page 48
Fresno Bee, Sunday October 12, 1952, page 18.
Jay Jennings, Knotts Berry Farm: The Early Years (2009) : 95