USPS Celebrating Indiana’s Bicentennial: The Town Behind The Stamp

In what was reported last week, the U.S. Postal Service is using an Indiana native’s photograph of a sunset amid a lush northern cornfield for a stamp honoring the state’s bicentennial. 

With Indiana celebrating its bicentennial this year and a growing curiosity of the small, remote town in northern Indiana, it’s the perfect opportunity to share with fellow Hoosiers and enthusiastic travelers the charisma and delight of the image captured in the stamp—the image of Milford, Indiana. Though a relatively remote town, it is a big honor for one with rich roots, first established in 1836.

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