The 10-cent Robert Frost commemorative stamp was first placed on sale at Derry, New Hampshire, on March 26, 1974. This was the fourth in the American Poet Series.
Robert Frost (1894-1963) was a famous American poet. The place of issue for the stamp is the location at which Frost spent some of his formative years as a budding poet.
The stamp was designed by Paul Calle and was issued in sheets of fifty, with an initial printing of 150 million.
Postal Bulletin (February 14, 1974).
The Friends of Robert Frost. "Places and Poetry." http://www.frostfriends.org/places.html.