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    Stamp of Notoriety

    Presented by at Mount Auburn Cemetery

    December 12, 2010


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    Stamp of Notoriety

    During this stroll through Mount Auburn, Mount Auburn Docent Helen Lenane and Visitor Services Assistant Jim Gorman will explore the fascinating history and study of stamps on which Mount Auburn notables have had an impact. Find out how Dorothea Dix, Buckminster Fuller, Julia Ward Howe, and Winslow Homer, just to name a few, have been honored by commemorative postage stamps for their contributions to social reform, education, literature, art,...

    During this stroll through Mount Auburn, Mount Auburn Docent Helen Lenane and Visitor Services Assistant Jim Gorman will explore the fascinating history and study of stamps on which Mount Auburn notables have had an impact. Find out how Dorothea Dix, Buckminster Fuller, Julia Ward Howe, and Winslow Homer, just to name a few, have been honored by commemorative postage stamps for their contributions to social reform, education, literature, art, and justice. We’ll talk about stamps, covers, and postmarks that relate to Mount Auburn’s notables.


    Mount Auburn Cemetery

    580 Mount Auburn Street
    Cambridge, MA 02138

    Full map and directions

    Admission Info:

    $5.00 members/$10.00 non-members


    General Day and Time Info:

    1:00 p.m.


    phone: (617) 607-1982


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