FDR working with his stamps, Washington, DC, 1937
President Roosevelt working with his stamp collection in the White House. May 5, 1936. Photo courtesy of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Library

President Franklin D. Roosevelt enjoyed a lifelong interest in collecting stamps. FDR sketched the original designs for several United States stamps issued during his time in office.

This exhibit was on view at the National Postal Museum from January 30, 1998 — July 2, 1998. Although the exhibit is no longer available for viewing in the museum, it can still be accessed online.