Commemorative postage stamps
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Frank Carlson Letter
Identifier: SpC MS 0681-sc
Typed letter signed. Letter refers to a proposed commemorative stamp honoring professional entomologists.
Dates: July 19, 1954
Elmer M. Campbell, interviewed by Emily Fitts
Abstract 1098 Elmer Campbell interviewed by Emily Fitts, November 6 – November 26, 1976, South Portland, Maine. Campell discusses the 1930s and 40s; his father and the construction of his childhood home; his collection of first flight airmail envelopes and stamps; early radio and listening to fights; his Army Air Force career; training men for the D-Day invasion; operation of gliders; shortage of clothes for the soldiers; Portland during the Great Depression; history of the Campbell family in Maine;...
Henry David Thoreau Collection
Identifier: SpC MS 0892-sc
Abstract A collection of correspondence and commemorative items connected with the American writer and naturalist Henry David Thoreau. Included are photocopies of correspondence sent to Thoreau and a photocopy of an autographed letter dated March 16, 1849 by Thoreau to George A. Thatcher in Bangor, Maine. It is unknown where the original letters are located. The letters range in date from 1845 to 1862. Correspondents include George A. Bailey, Myron B. Benton, Ann E. Brown, M.M. Colburn, R.F. Fuller,...