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Liberty Stamp 1954

From left: Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles; President Eisenhower; Postmaster General, Arthur Summerfield; and Dr. Roy G. Ross of the National Council of churches are shown at a Post Office Department ceremony at which the Department introduced the nation's first regular stamp bearing a religious significance. Summerfield introduced the new issue, the 8-cent Statue of Liberty stamp which carries the inscription ‘In God We Trust,' in a special ceremony before a nationwide radio and TV audience.
From left: Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles; President Eisenhower; Postmaster General, Arthur Summerfield; and Dr. Roy G. Ross of the National Council of churches are shown at a Post Office Department ceremony at which the Department introduced the nation's first regular stamp bearing a religious significance. Summerfield introduced the new issue, the 8-cent Statue of Liberty stamp which carries the inscription ‘In God We Trust,' in a special ceremony before a nationwide radio and TV audience.
Liberty Stamp 1954
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Credit:
Bettmann / Contributor
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515383474
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Bettmann
Date created:
April 08, 1954
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