here. From the back of the sheet of stamps:
Millions of people around the world will celebrate the Year of the Dragon beginning January 23, 2912. The dragon, a respected creature traditionally considered magical or divine, is the fifth of twelve animals associated with the Chinese lunar calendar. People born in the Year of the Dragon are said to be flamboyant and powerful innovators. The Year of the Dragon ends on February 9, 2013.I was born in the Year of the Dragon, in 1940. And now, some inspiration for all of us who are writing letters this month.
This 1921 handwritten letter was from Virginia Woolf to Katherine Mansfield. She said, “It seems to me very important that women should learn to write.”