32c Child Labor Reform single
- The Postal Service issued the Celebrate The Century: 1910s Souvenir Sheet on February 3, 1998, in Washington, DC.
- The souvenir sheet features subjects from the following categories during the 1910s: People and Events, Arts and Entertainment, Lifestyles, Sports and Science and Technology. The fifteen commemorative stamps in the sheet are titled: Charlie Chaplin's Little Tramp; Federal Reserve System, 1913; George Washington Carver; Armory Show, 1913; Telephone Spans the Nation; Panama Canal Opens, 1914; Jim Thorpe, Star at Stockholm; Grand Canyon National Park, 1919; US Enters World War I; US Boy and Girl Scouting Begins; President Woodrow Wilson; First Crossword Puzzle, 1913; Jack Dempsey Wins Title, 1919; Construction Toys; and Child Labor Reform.
- Designed by Howard Paine of Delaplane, Virginia, and illustrated by Dennis Lyall of Bridgeport, Connecticut, the stamps were produced by Ashton-Potter USA in the offset/intaglio process.
- Postal Bulletin (January 1, 1998).
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- February 3, 1998
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