#869-73 – 1940 American Educators, collection of 5 stamps

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Is Your Famous Americans Series Missing the American Educators?
American Educators:
Horace Man (1796-1859) – helped establish the American elementary school system Mark Hopkins (1802-1887) – one of the first teachers to encourage students to question what they’re taught Charles William Elliot (1834-1926) – Harvard’s longest-serving president; helped establish it as one of nation’s finest universities Frances Elizabeth Willard (1839-1898) – helped establish Northwestern University as one of the top schools for women Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) – ran the Tuskegee Institute, educating former slaves in industrial education In 1934, after stamp-collecting President Franklin Roosevelt’s first year in office, the public began asking that certain people be honored on stamps.  The result was the Famous Americans set – a direct link to F.D.R.’s presidency.  F.D.R. took charge, choosing many of the honorees, approving sketches and selecting denominations for some stamps!  With this convenient offer you can get all five stamps in the American Educators set. All of the American Educators stamps picture the Lamp of Knowledge – a symbol for teachers.  Get one step closer to completing your Famous Americans Series – order the American Educators set today.
 

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Is Your Famous Americans Series Missing the American Educators?


American Educators:


Horace Man (1796-1859) – helped establish the American elementary school system

Mark Hopkins (1802-1887) – one of the first teachers to encourage students to question what they’re taught

Charles William Elliot (1834-1926) – Harvard’s longest-serving president; helped establish it as one of nation’s finest universities

Frances Elizabeth Willard (1839-1898) – helped establish Northwestern University as one of the top schools for women

Booker T. Washington (1856-1915) – ran the Tuskegee Institute, educating former slaves in industrial education

In 1934, after stamp-collecting President Franklin Roosevelt’s first year in office, the public began asking that certain people be honored on stamps.  The result was the Famous Americans set – a direct link to F.D.R.’s presidency.  F.D.R. took charge, choosing many of the honorees, approving sketches and selecting denominations for some stamps!  With this convenient offer you can get all five stamps in the American Educators set.

All of the American Educators stamps picture the Lamp of Knowledge – a symbol for teachers.  Get one step closer to completing your Famous Americans Series – order the American Educators set today.