The Postal Service honored football coach Pop Warner with the issuance of a 32-cent commemorative stamp on August 8, 1997, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The stamp features a portrait of Glenn Scobey "Pop" Warner in a familiar scene associated with his career as a college football coach. Warner coached for forty-four years at six colleges, winning the national championship in 1926 at Stanford.
The Warner stamp has the same design as the one featured on the sheet of four Legendary Football Coaches stamps issued on July 25, 1997. However, the stamp on the individual sheet bears a red bar over the name that appears at the top of the stamp.
Designed by Carl Herrman of Laguna Niguel, California, and illustrated by Daniel Moore of Birmingham, Alabama, the stamp was issued in a pane of twenty and printed by Ashton-Potter (USA), Ltd., in the offset process.
Postal Bulletin (July 3, 1997).