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Silver screen cowboys, Part I

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On April 17, 2010, the U.S. Post Office issued commemorative stamps honoring four movie cowboys of the silver screen. They are William S. Hart, Gene Autry, Tom Mix and Roy Rogers. Each man had his own distinct personality and style, both on and off the screen. Each man came from a different place and background; yet each one represented the west and what we believed a true cowboy stood for – honesty and justice.

On April 17, 2010, the U.S. Post Office issued commemorative stamps honoring four movie cowboys of the silver screen. They are William S. Hart, Gene Autry, Tom Mix and Roy Rogers. Each man had his own distinct personality and style, both on and off the screen. Each man came from a different place and background; yet each one represented the west and what we believed a true cowboy stood for – honesty and justice.

On April 17, 2010, the U.S. Post Office issued commemorative stamps honoring four movie cowboys of the silver screen. They are William S. Hart, Gene Autry, Tom Mix and Roy Rogers. Each man had his own distinct personality and style, both on and off the screen. Each man came from a different place and background; yet each one represented the west and what we believed a true cowboy stood for – honesty and justice.