Presented to the Chicago Philatelic Society, speaker Melanie G. Rogers gives some background on the U.S. women's suffrage movement, American suffrage activist Susan B. Anthony and the 1936 U.S. commemorative stamp honoring her. She also provides usage examples including a fire cover, first-day covers, foreign destinations, censorship, Zeppelin mail, and registered mail. The end of the talk includes a discussion of the 2020 U.S. Women Vote stamp and insights from other collectors.
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