Kevin Blackston
PO Box 217
Floresville TX 78114-0217
United States of America

Souvenir Sheet

Although Hollow Horn Bear was born in Nebraska, the Oklahoma Philatelic Society opted to reproduce the design of the 14¢ stamp picturing Hollow Horn Bear on a souvenir sheet issued for the organization’s 15th annual convention.1 The gathering was held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, September 26–28, 1947.

Oklahoma Philatelic Society 15th Annual Convention souvenir sheet with reproduction of 14-cent American Indian stamp
14¢ American Indian souvenir sheet

In addition to the black-and-white reproduction of the American Indian stamp, the souvenir sheet bears text noting the 40th anniversary of Oklahoma statehood plus a map of Oklahoma with several sections of the state identified:

The Oklahoma Philatelic Society, which was founded in 1932, is still active today.6



  1. Hollow Horn Bear 1850–1913. Ya-Native. Accessed 4 June 2020.
  2. Oklahoma Statehood, November 16, 1907. National Archives. 30 May 2019. Accessed 4 June 2020.
  3. Dreyer, Donna. Map of Cherokee Strip S Cherokee Outlet. USGenNet. 28 June 2001. Accessed 4 June 2020.
  4. Moore, Webb L. Greer County. Texas State Historical Association. Accessed 4 June 2020.
  5. Turner, Kenneth R. No Man’s Land. Oklahoma Historical Society. Accessed 4 June 2020.
  6. Oklahoma Philatelic Society. Accessed 4 June 2020.

Published 2020-06-04 Last updated 2020-06-06