KVUE has a story about the "holiday season" stamps issued by the Postal Service. There is, of course, a stamp for the "annual Pan-African holiday of Kwanzaa" which "that brings family, community and culture together for many African Americans."
There's a stamp that "celebrates the joyous Jewish holiday with the lighting of the nine-branched Hanukkah menorah on the last evening of the holiday."
There are stamps with very pretty "holiday season" red and green imagery.
There are stamps with even prettier "winter season" imagery.
Painted in the 18th century by an unknown artist in Peru, “Our Lady of Guápulo” is from the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Designed by art director Greg Breeding, the painting features a crowned Virgin Mary looking down at a similarly adorned Christ Child.
The U.S. Postal Service has issued 5 new stamps ahead of the busy holiday mailing season.
By Alexander Kirk, KVUE, October 12, 2020
It's a little early for the War on Christmas. I mean, we haven't even had the War on Halloween, yet.