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Ella Fitzgerald issue Black Heritage #30 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH30b

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This mint, plate number block of four self-adhesive stamps, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on January 10, 2007, pays tribute to American jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald (1917-1996). Often dubbed the "First Lady of Song," or "The Queen of Jazz," Fitzgerald was likely the most popular female jazz singer of the 20th century. This is the 30th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 4120
Price: $3.60
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Charles W. Chesnutt issue Black Heritage #31 United States, 2008
Item ID: BH31a

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This mint, self-adhesive stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on January 31, 2008, pays tribute to Charles Waddell Chesnutt (1858-1932), and African-American writer, political activist and lawyer. Chesnutt is best known for his novels and short stories exploring issues of racial and social identity in the post-Civil War South. This is the 31st issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 4222
Price: $1.05
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Charles W. Chesnutt issue Black Heritage #31 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH31b

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This mint, plate number block of four self-adhesive stamps, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on January 31, 2008, pays tribute to Charles Waddell Chesnutt (1858-1932), and African-American writer, political activist and lawyer. Chesnutt is best known for his novels and short stories exploring issues of racial and social identity in the post-Civil War South. This is the 31st issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 4222
Price: $3.95
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Anna Julia Cooper issue Black Heritage #32 United States, 2009
Item ID: BH32a

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This mint, self-adhesive stamp, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on June 11, 2009, pays tribute to educator Anna Julia Haywood Cooper (c.1858-1964). Cooper was additionally an author, sociologist, speaker, and Black Liberation activist who championed education for African Americans and women. She was one of the most prominent African-American scholars in U.S. history. This is the 32nd issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 4408
Price: $1.10
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Anna Julia Cooper issue Black Heritage #32 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH32b

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This mint, plate number block of four self-adhesive stamps, issued by the U.S. Postal Service on June 11, 2009, pays tribute to educator Anna Julia Haywood Cooper (c.1858-1964). Cooper was additionally an author, sociologist, speaker, and Black Liberation activist who championed education for African Americans and women. She was one of the most prominent African-American scholars in U.S. history. This is the 32nd issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 4408
Price: $4.15
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Barbara Jordan Issue Black Heritage #34 United States, 2011
Item ID: BH34a

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Issued on September 16, 2011, this mint, self-adhesive stamp pays tribute to Civil Rights movement leader and Congresswoman (Texas) Barbara Jordan (1936-1996). This stamp, supplied on its original backing paper (release liner paper), is the 34th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 4565
Price: $1.10
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Barbara Jordan Issue Black Heritage #34 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH34b

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Issued on September 16, 2011, this mint, self-adhesive plate number block of four self-adhesive Forever stamps pays tribute to Civil Rights movement leader and Congresswoman (Texas) Barbara Jordan (1936-1996). This is the 34th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 4565
Price: $4.50
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John H. Johnson Issue Black Heritage #35 United States, 2012
Item ID: BH35a

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The United States Postal Service paid tribute to businessman and publisher John H. Johnson with the release of this mint, self-adhesive stamp on January 31, 2012. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company and was the first African American to appear on the Forbes 400. This is the 35th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. This stamp is supplied on its original backing paper (release liner paper). Scott Cat.# 4624
Price: $1.10
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John H. Johnson Issue Black Heritage #35 Plate# Block of 4
Item ID: BH35b

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This mint plate number block of four self-adhesive Forever stamps, honoring businessman and publisher John H. Johnson, was issued by the USPS on January 31, 2012. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company and was the first African American to appear on the Forbes 400. This is the 35th issue in the USPS Black Heritage series. Scott Cat.# 4624
Price: $4.50
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Althea Gibson Issue Black Heritage #36 United States, 2013
Item ID: BH36a

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This mint, self-adhesive, issue, the 36th stamp in the USPS Black Heritage series, honors Althea Gibson (1927–2003), a pioneering tennis player who became the first black Wimbledon champion. Scott Cat.# 4803
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Althea Gibson Issue Black Heritage #36 United States, 2013
Item ID: BH36b

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This mint, plate number block of four self-adhesive stamps, the 36th stamp in the USPS Black Heritage series, honors Althea Gibson (1927–2003). Gibson was a pioneering tennis player who became the first black Wimbledon champion. Scott Cat.# 4803
Price: $4.50
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Shirley Chisholm Black Heritage #37 United States, 2014
Item ID: BH37a

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This United States self-adhesive stamp honors New York Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm (1924-2005). Chisholm was elected to Congress in 1968 where she represented her native Brooklyn in New York's 12th Congressional district. She was a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in 1972, the first black candidate from a major party. Prior to politics, Chisholm graduated with honors from Columbia University and worked as a teacher. She earned a master's degree in Childhood education in 1952. Issued on January 31, 2014. Scott Cat.# 4856
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