1934 7c Acadia, Maine
1934 4c Mesa Verde, Colorado
1934 6c Crater Lake, Oregon
1934 9c Glacier National Park, Montana
1934 8c Zion, Utah
1934 2c Grand Canyon, Arizona
1934 3c Mt. Rainier, Washington
1934 1c Yosemite, California
1934 10c Gr. Smoky Mtns., N. Carolina
1933 3c Byrd Antarctic Expedition
1933 5c General Tadeusz Kosciuszko
1935 1c Yosemite, imperf., no gum
1935 3c Mt. Rainier, imperf., no gum
1935 Byrd Antarctic Expedition
1932 3c Daniel Webster
1932 3c William Penn
1933 3c Peace of 1783 Sesquicentennial
1935 2c Grand Canyon, imperf., no gum
1933 3c Georgia Bicentennial
1935 3c Peace of 1783 Sesquicent.,no gum
Complete Set, 1934 National Parks Issue, 10v
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This issue celebrates the first of the National Parks created by Congress. It's in northwestern Wyoming, and it's famous for its hot springs, geysers, falls, and canyons.