The Famous American Stamps of 1940

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Famous American Authors

Famous American Authors

Famous American Poets

Famous American Poets

Famous American Educators

Famous American Educators

Famous American Scientists

Famous American Scientists

Famous American Composers

Famous American Composers

Famous American Artists

Famous American Artists

Famous American Inventors

Famous American Inventors

Date · Place · Quantity of Issue

Famous American Authors – Designer: William Roach – Engraver: C. T. Arlt
The 1¢ Famous American Author Washington Irving – Jan.29, Tarrytown, N.Y. – 56,348,320 issued
The 2¢ Famous American Author James Fenimore Cooper – Jan. 29, Cooperstown, N.Y. – 53,177,110
The 3¢ Famous American Author Ralph Waldo Emerson – Feb. 5, Boston, Massachusetts – 53,260,270
The 5¢ Famous American Author Louisa May Alcott, Concord, New Hampshire – Feb. 5 – 22,104,950
The 10¢ Famous American Author Mark Twain (Samuel L. Clemens), Hannibal, Missouri – Feb. 13 – 13,201,270

Famous American Poets – Designer: William Roach – Engraver: C. A. Brooks
The 1¢ Famous American Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Portland, Maine – Feb.16 – 51,603,580
The 2¢ Famous American Poet John Greenleaf Whittier, Haverhill, Massachusetts – Feb. 16 – 52,100,510
The 3¢ Famous American Poet James Russell Lowell, Cambridge, Massachusetts – Feb. 20 – 51,666,580
The 5¢ Famous American Poet Walt Whitman, Camden, New Jersey – Feb. 20 – 22,207,780
The 10¢ Famous American Poet James Whitcomb Riley, Greenfield, Indiana – Feb. 24 – 11,835,530

Famous American Educators – Designer: William Roach – Engraver: C. T. Arlt
The 1¢ Famous American Educator Horace Mann, Boston, Massachusetts – March 14 – 52,471,160
The 2¢ Famous American Educator Mark Hopkins, Williamstown, Massachusetts – March 14 – 52,366,440
The 3¢ Famous American Educator Charles W. Eliot, Cambridge, Massachusetts – March 28 – 51,636,270
The 5¢ Famous American Educator Frances E. Willard, Evanston, Illinois – March 28 – 20,729,030
The 10¢ Famous American Educator Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute, Alabama – April 7 – 14,125,580

Famous American Scientists – Designer: William Roach – Engraver: J. T. Vail
The 1¢ Famous American Scientist John James Audubon, St. Francisville, Louisiana – April 8 – 59,409,000
The 2¢ Famous American Scientist Dr. Crawford W. Long, Jefferson, Georgia – April 8 – 57,888,600
The 3¢ Famous American Scientist Luther Burbank, Santa Rosa, California – April 17 – 58,273,180
The 5¢ Famous American Scientist Dr. Walter Reed, Washington, D.C. – April 17 – 23,779,000
The 10¢ Famous American Scientist Jane Addams, Chicago, Illinois – April 26 – 15,112,580

Famous American Composers – Designer: William Roach – Engraver: C. T. Arlt
The 1¢ Famous American Composer Stephen Collins Foster, Bardstown, Kentucky – May 3 – 57,322,790
The 2¢ Famous American Composer John Phillip Sousa, Washington, D.C. – May 3 – 58,281,580
The 3¢ Famous American Composer Victor Herbert, New York, N.Y. – May 13 – 56,398,700
The 5¢ Famous American Composer Edward A. MacDowell, Peterborough, N.H. – May 13 – 21,147,000
The 10¢ Famous American Composer Ethelbert Nevin, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – June 10 – 13,328,000

Famous American Artists – Designer: William Roach – Engraver: C. T. Arlt
The 1¢ Famous American Artist Gilbert Charles Stuart, Narragansett, Rhode Island – Sept. 5 – 54,389,510
The 2¢ Famous American Artist James McNeill Whistler, Lowell, Massachusetts – Sept. 5 – 53,636,580
The 3¢ Famous American Artist Augustus Saint Gaudens, New York, N.Y. – Sept. 16 – 55,313,230
The 5¢ Famous American Artist Daniel Chester French, Stockbridge, Massachusetts – Sept. 16 – 21,720,580
The 10¢ Famous American Artist Frederic Remington, Canton, N.Y. – Sept. 30 – 13,600,580

Famous American Inventors – Designer: William Roach – Engraver: C. A. Brooks
The 1¢ Famous American Inventor Eli Whitney, Savannah, Georgia – Oct. 7 – 47,599,580
The 2¢ Famous American Inventor Samuel F. B. Morse, New York, N.Y. – Oct. 7 – 53,766,510
The 3¢ Famous American Inventor Cyrus Hall McCormick, Lexington, Virginia – Oct. 14 – 54,193,580
The 5¢ Famous American Inventor Elias Howe, Spencer, Massachusetts – Oct. 14 – 20,264,580
The 10¢ Famous American Inventor Alexander Graham Bell, Boston, Massachusetts – Oct. 28 – 13,726,580

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