On October 21, 1959, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum opened in New York City. The museum's building was designed by legendary American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. To celebrate this event, the National Postal Museum has created this mini-exhibit highlighting different postage stamps with connections to the Guggenheim Museum and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Created by Caitlin Kearney, Web Team Intern, National Postal Museum
Image (above): The 2-cent Frank Lloyd Wright stamp was issued June 8, 1966 on what would have been Wright's ninety-ninth birthday. The stamp illustrates part of the Guggenheim Museum building in the background.