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TERCENTENARY STAMP FATE HELD BY SENATE COMMITTEE

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Whether or not postage stamp collectors in the future will have a space marked "Harvard Tercentennial," is still up to the Senate Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads, according to a letter received yesterday from Senator Marcus A. Coolidge.

The bill, familiarly known as S.4483, provides for the issue of a special series of stamps in commemoration of the 300th anniversary of the founding of Harvard. It was proposed by Senator Coolidge about three weeks ago.

If it is passed by Congress, it will have to be approved by the Postmaster-General. Not much opposition is expected.

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