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This is the place to affix the stamp

[Broadside concerning repeal of Stamp Act, printed in Boston, May 16, 1766]

Virginia Colony Councilmen, Burgesses and Representatives of the Virginia Colony to George III of England, April 14, 1768, Petition Against Taxation by Great Britain; Repeal of Stamp Act

Crisis. To the people of the state of New York. War! War! War! Quit-rents, stamp acts- a common distress in our country is the order of the day- These evils presaged our war with Britain; they now presage a war with France, still more to be drea

Schedule of stamp duties, &c. New York. Published by E. B. Clayton's sons, printers and stationers. [c. 1862].

Stamp duties imposed by the act of Congress of July 1, 1862 and its amendment of March 3, 1863. New York: Published by Macoy & Herwig, stationers. [c. 1863].

A complete list of stamp duties, to take effect August 1, 1864. Carefully compiled and arranged from the Act of Congress, approved June 30, 1864, as published officially, at Washington ... Boston, Published by J. G. Beals at the office of the Bo

The American stamp polka by Maria Seguin / lith. of Sarony, Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway, N.Y.

Stamp duties on notes, &c. and foreign exchange, as amended and to take effect on and after August 1st, 1864 ... New York 1864.

Palazzo Casa d'Oro / Otto [artist's stamp].

In Venice by moonlight / Otto [artist's stamp].

Bureau engraving & printing - stamp division

[Workers in the postage stamp gumming and drying room in the Stamp Division at the Bureau of Engraving & Printing]

[Women perforating sheets of stamps in the Stamp Division at the Bureau of Engraving & Printing]

Workers taking mucilaged sheets of postage stamps from the drying box in the gumming and drying room of the Stamp Division at the Bureau of Engraving & Printing

[Worker prepares gum for postage stamps in the Stamp Division at the Bureau of Engraving & Printing]

Suffrage stamp

Stamp machine, Bureau of Engraving

Stamp machine, Bureau of Engraving

12,000 H.P. compound pump, Calumet and Hecla stamp mill, Lake Linden, Mich.

[Man seated with a stamp vending machine]

Section of postage stamp vault. 1,500,000,000 stamps stored here

Stamp machine [...]

The Stamp Act denounced

Treasury Dept. , Internal Revenue stamp vault: about 2,500,000 sheets of stamps in this vault when photographed, [1914]

Bureau Printing & Eng.: Section of postage stamp vault: 1,500,000,000 stamps stored here, [1914]

Bureau Eng. & Ptg., stamp perforating machines. Capacity 7,500 sheets daily, 400 stamps to each sheet, 1914

Bureau Eng. & Ptg., stamp perforating machines. Capacity 7,500 sheets daily, 400 stamps to each sheet, [1914]

War savings stamp booth, 9th & F, NW, [Washington, D.C.]

You kept fit and defeated the Hun - now set a high standard, a clean America! Stamp out venereal diseases / / E. Fuhr.

Members of the Interallied Medical Comm. sent by the League of Red Cross Societies to investigate the typhus situation in Poland being conducted by General Szamola, commander of Brest-Litovsk, through the prison camp for Bolshevik and Ukrainian prisoners. The Comm. found that typhus is practically epidemic among the prisoners and this throughout Poalnd. The prisoners are given the same medical attention as the Polish soldiers, and the medical authorities are keenly alive to the seriousness of the situation. They are doing their best to stamp out typhus and other infectious diseases, but they are terribly handicapped by the lack of soap, disinfectants, drugs, sheets, blankets, clothing and the most essential hospital equipment. The commission has recommended united effort to stamp out typhus in Poland and prevent its spread to Western Europe and America

[Benjamin R. Stickney standing next to a postage stamp printing machine, which he revolutionized, in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing]

Stamp Division, Post Ofc.

Stamp Division, Post Ofc.

Mr. John Washington, who holds the secret of making flexable postage stamp concelers used by the U.S. Gov't. Uncle Sam can't get along without him. Nobody else knows how the concelers are made and Mr. Washington won't tell so he is going to work as long as the Gov't needs him

Miss Manning, Smithsonian Stamp Dept. Portraits of Miss Manning VI

Hercules stamp puller. Assembling for Hercules stamp puller

Hercules stamp puller. Electric welding for Hercules stamp puller

Hercules stamp puller. Pouring casting for Hercules stamp puller

Miss Manning, Smithsonian Stamp Dept. Portraits of Miss Manning II

Graf Zeppelin stamps go? Assistant Postmaster General Frederic A. Tilton purchasing the first Graf Zeppelin stamps which were sold at the Washington city post office today. Mrs. M.C. Shaughnessy, Assistant Philatolic Agent, is shown selling the stamps to the General. Others in the photograph, left to right: Assistant Washington Postmaster W.H. Haycock; Philip H. Ward, editor, Makeel's Weekly Stamp News; Assistant Postmaster General Tilton; L. Eidsness, superintendent, Division of Stamps; and William M. Mooney, Washington Postmaster

Miss Manning, Smithsonian Stamp Dept. Portraits of Miss Manning III

Miss Manning, Smithsonian Stamp Dept. Portraits of Miss Manning IV

Hercules stamp puller. Grinding stone in operation for Hercules stamp puller

Miss Manning, Smithsonian Stamp Dept. Portraits of Miss Manning I

First RU[...] Opening the first run of the Michigan centennial stamp of which there will be 65,000,000. The run will be started in Michigan on the first of November. The opening was attended by Postmaster General James A. Farley, Orville Atwood, Secretary of state of Michigan, and L.W. Roberts, assistant secretary of State. L.to R.: L.W. Roberts, Orville Atwood, P.M.G. Farley, 10/24/35

Protect our youth Join the crusade to stamp out syphilis : Be examined now by your doctor or at a Department of Health clinic.

The Work Projects Administration is cooperating in the national campaign to stamp out syphilis! Please let us have your help!

Stamp out syphilis and gonorrhea Have you had your blood test and examination : Go to your doctor or Dept. of Health.

Stamp out syphilis Every baby is entitled to be born healthy : Blood test & examination should be made before marriage by your doctor or Bureau of Social Hygiene Clinic, 51 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island.

Transatlantic flyers describe trip to President Roosevelt. Washington, D.C., May 15. Dick Merrill (left) and Jack Lambie as they arrived at the White House today to present President Roosevelt with a "first cover" of their coronation flight for the President's stamp collection. The airmail envelope was dated New York city May 8, stamped in London and again stamped in New York on their return yesterday. According to flyers the President seemed much interested in the weather they encountered and the altitude at which they made the flight, 5/15/1937

Washington, D.C. Applying printing pressure on a rotary postage stamp press at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Siderographer transferring stamp image from the die to the plate at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Two-way 400-subject postage stamp perforating machine at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. 400-subject two-way postage stamp perforating machine at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. 400-subject two-way postage stamp perforation at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Rotary postage stamp press at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Rotary postage stamp press at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Postage stamp storage vault for storing completed stamps at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. 400-subject rotary intaglio postage stamp printing press at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Inspecting a postage stamp roll for proper gumming at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Mixing tapioca dextrine for postage stamp gum at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Sideographer transferring image from postage stamp die to steel plate at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Postage stamp coiling machine at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Stamp coiling machine at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Postage stamp storage vault for storing completed stamps at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Rotary postage stamp printing press showing gum fountain and electrical drying units at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Counting postage stamp sheets at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Washington, D.C. Flatbed, single-way postage stamp perforating machine at the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing

Arab stamp, "Palestine for the Arabs"

Stamp and Indian arrowhead collections of schoolchildren exhibited at the Gonzales County Fair, Texas

A giant press used to stamp out parts for airplane bodies at the Vought Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. Stratford, Connecticut

Ruins of stamp mill. Silver Peak, Nevada

Outmoded ore stamp mill on display at Silverton, Colorado

Outmoded ore stamp mill on display at Silverton, Colorado

A giant press used to stamp out parts for airplane bodies at the Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. Stratford, Connecticut

Dancers are marked with rubber stamp as they enter the hall. Marshalltown, Iowa

Subcontracting aircraft parts. This giant hydraulic press with rubber insert is used to stamp out numerous sub-assembly parts for planes at this huge converted airship dock. These "sub-assembly" parts are put together at the different plants and then sent to the plane plants for inclusion in the finished plane. Goodyear, Akron, Ohio

Stamp out the Axis / P.V.P.

A boring mill machining a cast-iron die which, when finished, will be used to stamp out automobile fenders. Plant of Frederick Colman & Sons, Inc., Detroit, Michigan

A die maker checking joints of a trim and pierce die which will be used to stamp out parts of automobile fenders. Photo made at Frederick Colman & Sons, Inc., Detroit, Michigan

Putting government stamp on carcass of inspected beef. Hormel plant, Austin, Minnesota

Stamp 'em out Buy U.S. stamps and bonds / / T.A. Byrne.

Sugar rationing. The coupons with which you and your neighbors purchase sugar are pasted onto a war ration stamp card by your grocer, who turns the filled card in to the Office of Price Administration (OPA) before his sugar stock can be replenished

First war ration book. Facsimile of war ration book no. 1 to be used to ration sugar, issued today by the Office of Price Administration (OPA). Each stamp will be used to purchase a quantity of sugar still to be determined. When the sugar ration plan goes into effect, a specific stamp will be designed for use each week. Books under the direction of local rationing boards. Printing of the books will start next week

Stepping up jeep production. Fericute presses in a plant converted from the making of high-priced automobiles stamp out small parts for shipment to various assembly plants where tough little army cars are made. Ford Lincoln plant, Michigan

On cost of living items, the retailer must show his ceiling prices. Government price controls, taking effect May 18 for retail sales, requires a storekeeper to display his ceiling prices on cost of living items. One way for the retailer is to stamp the ceiling right on the price tag itself

Pounding away at the Axis. A Fericute press and operator who used to work on the making of high-priced autombiles stamp out great quantities of small parts for army "jeeps," now being assembled in various parts of the country. Ford Lincoln plant, Michigan

Conversion. Merry-go-round plant. The stamp of approval goes on these sections of naval shell extractors before they are shipped from this New York state plant doing war work on subcontract. The plant formerly turned out merry-go-rounds. The naval inspector is at the left. Spillman Engineering Company, North Tonawanda, New York

War stamp drive poster displayed in drugstore window under sponsorship of American drug trade

Washington, D.C. Walter Spangenberg, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, working on his stamp collection

[Frankford Arsenal, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.] Eleanore Bennet, age twenty-five, feeding a stamp press with thirty-seven millimeters cartridge cases at the Frankfort [i.e. Frankford] Arsenal

Blue Island, Illinois. Bobby Senise has a paper route which nets him some spending money and helps to fill his war stamp book

Blue Island, Illinois. Bobby Senise has a paper route which nets him some spending money and helps to fill his war stamp book

Washington, D.C. Walter Spangenberg, a student at Woodrow Wilson high school, explaining some features of his stamp collection to his nine year-old brother

Washington, D.C. Walter Spangenberg, a student at Woodrow Wilson High School, working on his stamp collection

Roosevelt stamp issued

[Actresses Millette Alexander and Louise King, and nightclub entertainer Ted Lewis, stand outside a giant mailbox stamp selling booth in Times Square, New York City, while Assistant Postmaster Aquiline F. Weierich dispenses stamps from inside booth] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Phyllis Twachtman.

Reverse P's Sheep Stamp

H Sheep Stamp