2 Massachusetts Ave Ne
Washington, District of Columbia 20002

Franklin D. Roosevelt, president during the Great Depression, used stamps to communicate with the American people. A stamp collector himself, he understood the power of visual imagery, and he changed the look of stamps to convey messages of hope, optimism, and the solidity of the federal government. This exhibit will offer novel insights into FDR's personality, his relationship with Postmaster General James A. Farley, and his concern for the welfare of the American people.

Added by Upcoming Robot on August 22, 2009

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