New Postal Service Stamps for 2017

The U.S. Postal Service recently announced new additions to its 2017 stamp collection, including stamps featuring activist Dorothy Height, deaf education pioneer Robert Panara and a tribute to America's love for sports.

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The Henry David Thoreau stamp pays tribute to one of America's famous philosophers and writers.
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The Christmas Carols booklet celebrates classic tunes like "Jingle Bells" and "Deck the Halls."
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Dorothy Height was an activist who spent her life working toward gender and racial equality.
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The Mississippi stamp celebrates the state's 200th statehood anniversary.
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Robert Panara was a pioneer of deaf studies. On the stamp, he's pictured signing the word "respect."
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Andrew Wyeth was an artist, known for his haunting and enigmatic style.
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The Postal Services advises using this celebration boutonniere for weddings and RSVP cards.
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The Snowy Day booklet is based on Ezra Jack Keats' picture book, which was one of the first centered on an African-American child.
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The "Have a Ball" stamp is meant to celebrate America's passion for sports.
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Like the boutonniere design, the Postal Service recommends using the celebration corsage for special events like weddings or anniversaries.
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This "Protect Pollinators" stamp pays tribute to the importance of the declining population of pollinators like butterflies and bees.
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The Nebraska stamp celebrates the state's 150th statehood anniversary.
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