Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Consists of medical stamps collected by unknown person, from over one hundred countries around the world. Stamps feature notable physicians and scientists, anniversaries of medical events, medicinal plants, efforts to combat diseases and addictions, women in science, medical organizations, and other topics in the history of medicine. Stamps are stored in labeled glassine envelopes, and accompanied by the ATA Handbook No. 63, Vol. 3, Medical Stamps, 1968, which contains lists of historical medical stamps and special topics. Acquired as part of the History of Medicine Collections at Duke University
Smithsonian Institution - National Museum of American History
Scope and Contents The collection includes correspondence with various banks and foreign governments, especially those of Canadian provinces, regarding their banknotes or postal stamps; client files, mostly with various companies that contracted with American Bank Note Company to engrave their stock certificates, but also including files regarding two engravers, Herman Ochs and Charles Brooks, who worked for ABNC; framed items including photographs and letters of appreciation; photographs and photograph albums, showing interior scenes of the ABNC's plants, shop floors with employees at work in various aspects of production, plant facilities such as the cafeteria and the hospital, plant expansion or renovation, and exteriors of the plants.