The United States Postal Service is providing a preview of its 2016 stamp program.
And one stamp will be of particular interest to those living in the Hoosier State.
The stamp celebrates the 200th anniversary of Indiana’s statehood.
Indiana, often considered the heartland of America, became the 19th state on December 11, 1816.
The state is known for its fertile soil ideal for crops like corn, the Indianapolis 500, and its devotion to the game of basketball.
The stamp features a contemplative photograph of the expansive cornfields near Milford in the northern part of the state.
Other stamps are being released dedicated to Sarah Vaughan, Star Trek, NASA’s New Horizons mission, Shirley Temple, and many more.
For a look at those stamps, click here.