Click to see larger image. PSA pane of 20 This stamp celebrates the National Museum of African American History and Culture, which is the 19th Smithsonian museum and the only national museum devoted exclusively to African-American life, art, history and culture. The movement for such a museum dates back to the s, but resistance in Congress and within the Smithsonian's Board of Regents stymied efforts until it was authorized by Congress in Shades of blue in the stamp backgrounds are intended to evoke the evening scenes from the four carols. While not forming a unified design, the adjacent quadrants in each stamp appear to form a Christmas ball. Written and illustrated by the children's author, Ezra Jack Keats, it was one of the first prominent 20th-century picture books centered on an African-American child.
Kansas became the 34th state in the Union on January 29, Created specifically for the U. The stamp is one of a number of centennial events taking place across the nation in This stamp was designed by Carl T. Her rman, who also was the Art Director.
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