September 23, 2017


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Seabiscuit Stamp

SEABISCUIT MAKES FUNNY FACES

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On June 23, 2004, Maggie Van Ostrand was interviewed by sportscaster Ed Daniels of ABC-TV, Channel 26, in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she was attending the National Society of Newspaper Columnists conference.

Ed Daniels asked Maggie all about the grass-roots movement to get Seabiscuit on a U.S. Stamp, and her thoughts comparing the legendary Seabiscuit to the great Smarty Jones.

He asked Maggie how Seabiscuit fans could write in to help get the Biscuit on a stamp.

In New Orleans, petitions can be obtained at the Fairgrounds coffee shop where the jockeys hang out. The coffee shop is aptly named Fair Grinds.

Download a form to send to Washington DC to get Seabiscuit on a U.S. stamp

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