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Pitney Bowes Postage Meter Ad In 1953 running out of postage stamps was apparently grounds for justifiable homicide. No worries! The handy Pitney-Bowes postage meter will prevent office bloodshed.
Tags: Pitney  Bowes  postage  meter  ad 
Added: 24th March 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Dear Brigitte - Cameo Appearance Dear Brigitte was a 1965 family comedy movie starring James Stewart and Billy Mumy. Stewart plays slightly absent-minded poet/poetry professor Robert Leaf, a man who has no love for anything scientific. His eight-year-old son Erasmus (Mumy) is the opposite of his father--a math prodigy with little talent for anything artistic. Erasmus, apparently more worldly than the average eight-year-old, is obsessed with French movie star Brigitte Bardot. He spends every cent he can acquiring airmail stamps so he can write fan letters to her. (At one point in the film, two college students enlist Erasmus's expertise in math to win at the race track. They pay him for his services in postage stamps!) This is the climactic scene where Erasmus gets to meet Bardot in France.
Tags: Dear  Brigitte  Brigitte  Bardot  Billy  Mumy  James  Stewart 
Added: 9th January 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964
Ugandan Ronald Reagan Stamps Ronald Reagan was honored with commemorative postage stamps...in Uganda!
Tags: Ronald  Reagan  stamps 
Added: 25th June 2008
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Posted By: Lava1964
Edward R Murrow Stamp Controversy This commemorative postage stamp honoring the late great journalist Edward R. Murrow was somewhat controversial when it was released to the public in 1994. Why? It was based on a photograph of Murrow in which he was holding a cigarette. The cigarette was conveniently omitted from the image when the stamp was created, irking a few people who knew the chain-smoking Murrow was seldom seen without a cigarette in his hand. (Murrow routinely smoked 65 cigarettes a day, claimed he couldn't go without one for more than 30 minutes, had surgery in 1963 to remove a blackened lung, and died in 1965 of lung cancer.)
Tags: censored  postage  stamp  Edward  Murrow 
Added: 16th July 2014
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Posted By: Lava1964

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