File:3-cent U.S. Capitol 1950 U.S. stamp.tiff

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English: 3-cent commemorative picturing the U.S. Capitol in Washington DC celebrated the city’s 150th anniversary on November 22, 1950. President Truman named the celebration, “Freedom’s Fair”.
Source Arago: people, postage & the post online, National Postal Museum
Author U.S. Post Office, Bureau of Printing and Engraving


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