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New stamps honoring 150th anniversary of Civil War's end available: Morning Report
Linn's Stamp News gives you a quick look at what's going on in the world of stamp-collecting. (Read more...)

Learning with stamps: the APS Summer Seminar June 21-26
It’s your chance to take an “educational philatelic vacation.” (Read more...)

Born April 15: A. Philip Randolph Born April 15: A. Philip Randolph
The 25¢ stamp honoring A. Philip Randolph, who was born April 15, 1889, in Crescent City, Fla., is the 12th issue in the Black Heritage commemorative series (Read more...)

Top "Admiral" issues and varieties in March Brigham auction Top "Admiral" issues and varieties in March Brigham auction
In Toronto on March 6-7, Brigham Auctions continued its multipart sale of the Canada collection belonging to its owner, Ron Brigham. (Read more...)

Stamp Market Tips: 2010 duck stamp a good buy Stamp Market Tips: 2010 duck stamp a good buy
United States — The Act of Congress of March 16, 1934, set up the federal duck stamp program (Read more...)

Upcoming Canada stamps promote care of your pets Upcoming Canada stamps promote care of your pets
Five stamps to be issued May 2 by Canada Post illustrate the theme of love for and responsible care of your pets. (Read more...)

United States-Japan Gifts of Friendship joint issue released: Morning Report United States-Japan Gifts of Friendship joint issue released: Morning Report
Linn's Stamp News gives you a quick look at what's going on in the world of stamp-collecting. (Read more...)

Pony Express Google Doodle promotes mail use Pony Express Google Doodle promotes mail use
The Google Doodle for April 14, 2015, commemorates the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express with an animation that turns into a video game. (Read more...)

New head of stamp services to be named soon
Mary-Anne Penner, a career postal employee and former stamp development manager, is expected to be named acting executive director of stamp services for the United States Postal Service, two sources have told Linn’s Stamp News. (Read more...)

Born April 14: Anne Sullivan Born April 14: Anne Sullivan
Since early childhood Helen Keller could neither see nor hear, but from the age of six she was guided to understanding the world by the woman she referred to as "teacher," and whom the world came to know as "the Miracle Worker." (Read more...)

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