First Day Issue, Kansas 150 Forever Stamp, Thursday, January 27, 2011, at the Kansas Museum of History

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New Kansas Governor Sam Brownback is among dignitaries who helped introduce the new stamp The Kansas 150 stamp is unveiled Kansas Governor Sam Brownback Birthday cake was served in the Kansas History Center lobby, baked by Kansas-based Dillon's Grocery Co. Kansas birthday cake was served in the Kansas History Center lobby, baked by Kansas grocery company, Dillon's Punch line Cake pieces, close up Cake pieces, close up Cavalry soldiers from Ft. Riley, Kansas, served as event's Honor Guard Ft. Riley cavalry soldiers served as honor guard for this event Photographing display copy of the new Kansas stamp Lining up to buy stamps Signing autographs Looking down a long hallway toward the unveiled Kansas 150 Forever stamp Stone scuplture on the plaza outside the Kansas History Center represents icons of the Great Plains Bison icon of the Great Plains Native American hunter on horseback

All photos © 2011 by Carol Yoho
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