|Collection||Black Heritage Postcards|
Jumbo Stamp Image Postcards Celebrating Black Heritage
Volume One: 1700 to the Early 1900s
|Credit line||Collection of the AAMI - Anonymous Gift|
|Physical characteristics||Postcards= 5H X 8L inches|
|Dates of Creation||1998|
|Access Conditions||Open for research|
|Copyrights||All Rights Reserved. Produced under license by U. S. Allegiance, Inc. 1998- The Walker Collection, A'lelia Bundles, and the Indiana Historical Society|
|Scope & Content||Collection consists of a single packet of twenty jumbo stamp image postcards featuring historically renowned African Americans who have been assigned their own U.S. stamps. This is only volume one and contains individuals that date between the 1700's to the early 1900's.|
Famous African Americans
Washington, Booker T.
Bethune, Mary McLeod
Dunbar, Paul Laurence
Tanner, Henry O.
Johnson, James Weldon
Matzeliger, Jan E.
Walker, Madame C. J.
Du Sable, Jean Baptiste Pointe
Carver, George Washington
Wells Barnett, Ida B.