National Geographic : 1979 Apr
The face behind the mask be longs to Linda Stolow, competition fencer. And philatelist. Which means that when she's not crossing swords, she's collecting stamps. She likes the way U.S. Commemorative stamps introduce her to pioneers and presidents. To medalists and masterpieces. And to the exciting spirit that makes America, America. U.S. Commemoratives are as easy to find as your Post Office. There are new issues every few weeks. And the new Albert Einstein Stamp, available in March, makes a great beginning or addition to your own collection. There's even a guidebook called Stamps & Stories that brings you up to date on all U.S. stamps. This informative, colorful and easy-to-read collector's guide is available at your Post Office. "My son Michael is three," says Linda. "And we'd love to see him become our family's third generation stamp collector." U.S. Postal Service ©1979 U.S. Postal Service Einstein AlbertEinstein SA 15cvailable M Albert Einstein Stamp (AvailableMarch 5, 1979.) Collect U.S.Commemoratives.They're fun.They're history.They're America.