Black Heritage Series; USA, 1975-2006

October 2011
Creative Review;Oct2011 Monograph, Issue 50, p10
Images are presented of 1975-2006 U.S. postage stamps from the Black Heritage series featuring African American figures including Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, and Malcolm X.


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