|The picture shows a view of many of the (245) Boys Town Nebraska Advertising Paper Items in this lot. Some of the stamp sheets are folded over and have stuck glue side to glue side. These could probably be separated, but we will leave them as they are for the buyer to decide. Most of the Boystown items in this lot are stamps. Some are dated 1950, some are dated 1952, and some have no dates at all. Of the undated ones, many are older (top right pictured and loose) and there is one unused booklet of Christmas stamps that appears to be newer.|
Also included in this lot is an unused 1958 ''Honorary Citizen of Boys Town'' membership type card and an old unused Boys Town decal. All of these items for one price! To judge the sizes the unused decal at the bottom center measures about 2-5/8'' x 4-1/8''. These items appear to be in excellent to mint condition as pictured, but as mentioned above, there are sticker or stamp sheets that are stuck together.
Below here, for reference is some information on Boystown in Nebraska:
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Country: United States
Population (2010) Total: 745, Estimate (2012) 671
Boys Town is a village in Douglas County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 745 at the 2010 census. Boys Town is a suburb of Omaha. The village of Boys Town was established in 1917 as the headquarters of the Boys Town organization, also known as ''Father Flanagan's Boys' Home'', founded by Father Edward J. Flanagan. It is dedicated to the care, treatment, and education of at risk children.