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Houston Breakthrough, April 1979 - Page 4. April 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 9, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1324/show/1300.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, April 1979
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Date April 1979
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Transcript Announcing the limited availability of First Day of Issue Specimens The United States of America New Dollar Coin Honoring Susan B. Anthony Cover enlarged for illustrative purposes Mint-condition Susan B. Anthony dollar protectively encased and bearing the official mint-mark of the U.S. Mint where it was struck. Steel-engraved cachet depicting the U.S. Mint where the new dollar was struck. Personalized with your name and address, if desired. Official U.S. postmark applied on the exact date the new dollar was first issued—in the city where it was minted. Reservations are now being accepted for First Day of Issue Specimens of this new dollar coin, sealed in First Day of Issue Commemoratives, to be postmarked at each of the three U.S. Mint cities (Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Denver) which will produce this historic new U.S. dollar. On July 2,1979,the United States Treasury Department will release, through the Federal Reserve Banks, a new U.S. dollar coin honoring Susan B.Anthony. While the issuance of any new U.S. coinage or currency is always a notable event, this particular new issue will be of special interest because of two unique aspects: • The first resizing of the dollar coin since the introduction of the Liberty Head dollar more than a century ago. • The first time that U.S. coinage has ever carried the portrait of an American woman. So that families throughout our great nation may obtain a permanent commemoration of this historic event, special arrangements will be made to obtain First Day of Issue specimens of the new dollar, seal them inside special collector's covers, and postmark them the exact date of first issue to forever certify their first-day status. marked on the exact day of issue in each of the Mint cities. These First Day Covers may be reserved individually or in complete sets to include all three Mints. Reservation Procedure Reservations may be forwarded now for First Day of Issue specimens. While every effort will be made to meet collector demand, there may be limitations on the number of First Day specimens which can be obtained. Accordingly, all reservations are subject to acceptance, and will be filled on a priority system based on date received. The processing and fulfillment of these First Day of Issue Commemoratives for the Susan B. Anthony Dollar will be handled by the Postal Commemorative Society, a private agency which is not affiliated with the U.S. Mint or any other government agency. Allow 8 to 10 weeks from issue date for shipment. Three First Day Specimens The Susan B. Anthony Dollar will be minted at the Philadelphia,San Francisco,and Denver Mints. Coins from each Mint will carry the appropriate mint-mark (P, S, or D), permitting collector verification. First-day specimens for each of the three Mints will be available, involving Numismatic Philatelic Covers post- AD VANCE RESER VA TION FORM THE SUSAN B. ANTHONY DOLLAR FIRST DAY OF ISSUE Postal Commemorative Society 47 Richards Avenue Norwalk, Conn. 06857 Please reserve First Day of Issue specimens of the Susan B. Anthony Dollar, sealed and authenticated in a special commemorative cover postmarked on First Day of Issue at the appropriate Mintcity, as follows: # Ordered Mint Price* Philadelphia Mint $5.50( + $ .50 shipping & handling) San Francisco $5.50(+$ .50 shipping & handling) Denver Mint $5.50(+$ .50 shipping & handling) Complete set- $ 15.00(+$ 1.00 shipping & handling) all 3 Mints I would like my cover(s) D Personalized as below □ Unaddressed check or money order enclosed. (Make payable to Postal Comm.Soc.) Mr., Mrs., Miss _ Address«. City . State _ . Zip_ All orders are subject to acceptance. •Conn, residents add 7% sales tax ($.42 per cover or $1.12 per set) 356 April 1979 Vol. 4, no. 3 Advertising Shirley Bryson, Ellen Rosner Art Errell Jordan, Charley Kubricht Business Jody Blazek, Ellen Rosner Circulation Juliet Clarke, Melissa Hauge, Thelma Meltzer, Ellen Rosner, Iris Sizemore Copy Editors Janice Blue, Gabrielle Cosgriff, Bridgit Edwards, H. Kathleen Gresham, Marianne Kostakis, Hildegard Warner Editorial Board Janice Blue, Gabrielle Cosgriff, Marianne Kostakis Office Janice Blue, Ellen Rossner, Hildegard Warner Photographers Bill Dennis, Andrea Bowen, Tony Bullard, Theresa Di Menno, Julie Heifetz, F. Carter Smith, January Taylor Production Janice Blue, Gabrielle Cosgriff, Gary Allison Morey, Ernie Shawver Proofreading Gabrielle Cosgriff, Marianne Kostakis Radio Show Scott Cluthe, Nancy Lane Fleming (host & producer), Janice Blue, Barbara Karkabi, Margie Glaser, Hildegard Warner Typesetters Mary Fouts, Lynne Mutchler, Virginia Myers, Ernie Shawver Second-class postage paid at Houston, Texas. Houston Breakthrough USPS 413130, is published monthly (except for the bi-monthly issues of July-August and December-January) by the Breakthrough Publishing Company, 1708 Rosewood, Houston, TX 77004; P.O. Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004; Tel. 713/526-6686. Subscriptions are $7 per year, newsstand $1.00 per copy. This publication is on file at the International Women's History Archive in the Special Collections Library, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60201. Postmaster: Send Form 3579 to Houston Breakthrough, P.O. Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004. HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH APRIL 1979