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04-09_stampsmall_1A 1973 black-and-white photograph of Buckminster Fuller, Class of 1913, hangs in the Milton Academy admission office. He signed it, “To: Wonderful Milton Academy, where I learned how to organize thought and was urged to ‘Dare to be true’ to what I learned from organized thoughts.”

Since Buckminster’s death in 1983, appreciation for the legendary American inventor, architect, engineer, designer, geometrician, cartographer and philosopher has grown.

The Palasadian-Post (Pacific Palisades, California) was among media to deliver news of a United States commemorative postage stamp to honor R. Buckminster Fuller, whose best-known invention is the geodesic dome.