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100 years of community colleges in the U.S. was celebrated in 2001 with a stamped postal card.

100 years of community colleges in the U.S. was celebrated in 2001 with a stamped postal card.

The 150th anniversary of Girard College in Philadelphia, PA, was commemorated on a stamped postal card in the Historical Preservation series in 1998.

The 150th anniversary of Girard College in Philadelphia, PA, was commemorated on a stamped postal card in the Historical Preservation series in 1998.

When I first saw this picture, I thought that the man carrying the children was their father. Now I realize that he was not related to them by blood, but by nationality. He is an American. They are American children. He is not their father, he is their protector. He’s a United States Marine.”

When I first saw this picture, I thought that the man carrying the children was their father. Now I realize that he was not related to them by blood, but by nationality. He is an American. They are American children. He is not their father, he is their protector. He’s a United States Marine.”

Wittenberg Tigers, NCAA Division III/North Coast Athletic Conference, Springfield, Ohio

Wittenberg Tigers, NCAA Division III/North Coast Athletic Conference, Springfield, Ohio

In 1999, the University of Wisconsin-Madison was featured on a stamped postal card, with a reproduction of a portion of an 1879 lithographic print of the university's Bascom Hall.

In 1999, the University of Wisconsin-Madison was featured on a stamped postal card, with a reproduction of a portion of an 1879 lithographic print of the university's Bascom Hall.

St John's college celebrates 300 years of education in this 1996 Historical Preservation series postal card. The college traces its roots back to 1696. A charter in 1784 made it the first University of Maryland, five years later the first students were accepted.

St John's college celebrates 300 years of education in this 1996 Historical Preservation series postal card. The college traces its roots back to 1696. A charter in 1784 made it the first University of Maryland, five years later the first students were accepted.

Located in the Catoctin Mountains just south of Emmitsburg, Maryland, Mount Saint Mary's College and Seminary was established by Father John DuBois in 1808, making it the second-oldest Catholic college in the U.S. The school changed its name to Mount St. Mary's University on June 7, 2004. It was honored on a stamped card in 2008 to commemorate its 200th anniversary.

Located in the Catoctin Mountains just south of Emmitsburg, Maryland, Mount Saint Mary's College and Seminary was established by Father John DuBois in 1808, making it the second-oldest Catholic college in the U.S. The school changed its name to Mount St. Mary's University on June 7, 2004. It was honored on a stamped card in 2008 to commemorate its 200th anniversary.

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