Ronald Reagan Centennial Stamp Unveiling
The United States Postal Service unveiled the artwork for the Centennial Postage Stamp to honor former President Ronald Reagan on the one-hundredth anniversary of his birth. The stamp, the third with his image, would be released near the centennial of February 6, 2011. Former first lady Nancy Reagan attended the unveiling at the Reagan Presidential Library. Mr. Heubusch talked about upcoming centennial events. Mr. Miller told anecdotes about his time in the Reagan administration. close
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