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The American Chemical Society Diamond Jubilee Stamps and Post Card contains materials created by the United States Postal Service commemorating the American Chemical Society Diamond Jubilee. Included in the collection are 50 copies of a red stamp featuring the American Chemical Society logo set against an urban landscape with text in English that reads, "American Chemical Society, Diamond Jubilee, 1876 1951, U.S. Postage." Also included is a postcard celebrating the event featuring a black and white photograph of a chemist in a lab, a black and white illustration of a chemical factory, the American Chemical Society logo, and text in English that reads, "First Day of Issue, 75th Anniversary, American Chemical Society." There is a name and address stamped on the post card with text in English that reads, "Otto Ehlers, R.D. 6, Meadville, P.A.," in addition to an American Chemical Society Diamond Jubilee postage stamp.
The American Chemical Society Diamond Jubilee Stamps and Post Card was donated to the Science History Institute (formerly the Chemical Heritage Foundation) by Jan Kochansky in 2009.
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- Finding aid created and encoded into EAD by Sean Cureton.
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There are no access restrictions on the materials for research purposes and the collection is open to the public.
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