T.S. Eliot helped bring Moore's poems national recognition when, in 1915, he published several of her poems in the Egoist, a London Journal of Imagism. Imagism is the literary movement dedicated to poetry of naturalness, directness, and precision.
Designed by M. Gregory Rudd, the stamps were printed in the photogravure process by the American Bank Note Company and issued in panes of fifty.
Reference: Postal Bulletin (March 22, 1990).
Scott Catalogue USA: 2449
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Museum ID: 1993.2070.214