US Stamps on Industrial Designes

\"\"A new line of stamps has been produced by the USPS honoring some of the country\’s early great industrial designers, and the man who designed the incredibly popular Kodak Baby Brownie is one of them. The \”Pioneers of American Industrial Design\” stamps show some of the products of 12 powerhouses of the field, and Walter Dorwin Teague\’s famous bakelite art deco Baby Brownie is in the mix.

The \”Pioneers of American Industrial Design\” stamps also recognize Frederick Hurten Rhead, Norman Bel Geddes, Raymond Loewy, Donald Deskey, Gilbert Rohde, Greta von Nessen, Russel Wright, Henry Dreyfuss, Peter Müller-Munk, Dave Chapman and Eliot Noyes. The stamps will be  dedicated at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, 2 East 91st St. in New York City at 11 a.m. June 29 in a free public ceremony.

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