Nursing 4 Cent Stamp
The end of December will mark the 50th anniversary of the United States Postal Service's (USPS) issuing of the now iconic Nursing postage stamp. This stamp has served many as a symbol of nursing's continued growth as a profession and relevance in the world of healthcare.
There is a nursing influence in areas most of us wouldn't give a second thought—like philately, the study o f stamps. There are 25 million stamp collectors in the United States and over 200 million worldwide and many of them are nurses who collect stamps with nurses on them. From Great Britain, to Cuba, to the Netherlands nurses have graced many an envelope. In fact, the US has produced fewer postal stamps commemorating nurses than many other countries, which is what makes this stamp so much more interesting.
In a joint presentation at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Nursing (UTHSC SON) this week, Dorothy Otto, Ed.D., RN (stamp collector), Adrian Melissinos, Ph.D., RN (historian) and Mary Martha Stinnett, former chair of the UTHSC SON PARTNERS program, which provides nursing scholarships and faculty research grants, celebrated the 1961 issuance of the nursing stamp.
With the stamp as her example, Melissinos, addressed the process of historical research. She explained following the trail of the stamp's creation using historic methodology like archive and library searches, uncovering documents and letters, and using museum resources.
It seems there is a group named the Citizens Stamp Advisory Committee that decides who gets a likeness on a postal stamp. In a 1947 issue of the American Journal of Nursing Melissinos found her first calling for the stamp in a letter to the editor. By 1957, individuals and organizations all over the country were supporting its development to the national committee. There was even a drive aimed at writing congressmen to gain support for the stamp.
The stamp's issuance in 1961 commemorated the 100th anniversary of nurse training in this country, for it was in 1861 that the Woman's Hospital of Philadelphia opened as the first chartered school for nursing. The stamp features a nursing student lighting a candle. It is a common practice for nursing student to light a candle during their pinning ceremony as a symbol of the "passing of the flame" from Florence Nightingale to each new nurse.
Invitations to the unveiling went to the elite in nursing across the country including the head officers of the American Nurses Association, the National League of Nurses, the American Medical Association and the National Student Nurses Association to name a few.what is the difference between a sinus infection and a cold What is the best vape tricks to start with? who health definition reference How to watch pga championship? How to potty train a kitten? How to coupon? How to use clearblue pregnancy test? How much tips do you make at olive garden? What does presumptive positive mean? How to clean lvp flooring? How cats sleep meaning? How many tricks can an animal with an int of 6 know? how to stop the add a helper notifications on skype what is the definition of interminable How to set away message in outlook? how to speed up wii u usb helper uplode speeds How to make burgers on the stove? How to wear a cock ring? what are some pros and cons of asking for tax advice on twitter. How to uninstall apps on mac? How long to cook beef tips on stove? what skills do employers seek advice on how to avoid accidents involving a computer What is the meaning of nowadays? What does black tar herion look like? what is tupac definition of thug life how to improve men's style How to stop insider tips? How to lose 20 pounds? How to style hair? what is the difference between roth ira and ira How to spoon? What does lower abdominal pain mean? how to include writing skills in resume storytelling narrative what is the difference between a concerto and a symphony What does a broken dog tail look like? How save your other lastminute tips? what is a complex sentence definition How to get a debit card? what is the scientific definition of gravity What different tricks do you do in basketball? What do the numbers on disc golf discs mean? how to improve social awareness emotional intelligence
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What is the value of a Newfoundland 4 cent stamp?
between 80 dollars to 10.000 or more ,,depending on its condition and a certificate of authencity
4 cent nursing stamp.
Its a common stamp. The current catalog (retail) value is 20 cents, but it often changes hands for much less.