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Catalog Number 10645-4600
Title Envelope
Object Name Cover, First Day
Description White envelope commemorating Oklahoma's entry into the Union. On the right is a picture of the "Oklahoma Run" by Edward Klauck depicting pioneers race to claim land at the Oklahoma Run. Foreground is a bearded men galloping on a horse. Behind him a covered wagons. On the upper left corner is an Oklahoma Bicentennial commemorative stamp with the Oklahoma state flag pictured. Stamped on the lower left corner of the postal stamp is the cancellation stamp from Oklahoma City. The letter is addressed to John Falter. His address is typed below the cancellation stamp.
Date 11/16/1977
Year Range from 1977
Year Range to 1977
Culture American
Material Paper, Ink, Adhesive
Place of Origin USA: Oklahoma, Oklahoma City
Used USA: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Height (in) 4
Width (in) 7.5
Other Name Envelope
Event United States Bicentennial
History First day of issue postal cover for Oklahoma- 46th State, Nov 16, 1977. Transferred from The NSHS Manuscripts Collection on 8/17/01.
Credit line John P. Falter Collection
Collection Falter, John P.
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