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Bob Larson was raised in McCook, Nebraska, a postage-stamp town of around 7,000 people and 23 churches.
It enlarges rapidly from a postage-stamp to a playing-card; to a punt and last a pontoon.With The Night Mail|Rudyard Kipling
How big do you think a postage-stamp is, in inches—a five dollar bill?What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes|Dorothy Canfield Fisher
The boy who sent the postage-stamp to the Calabrian is the one who pleases me best of all.Cuore (Heart)|Edmondo De Amicis