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Ogden Nash. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Frederic Ogden Nash (August 19, 1902 – May 19, 1971) was an American poet well known for his light verse, of which he wrote over 500 pieces.What is Ogden Nash's poem on the postage stamp?
The US Postal Service released a postage stamp featuring Ogden Nash and text from six of his poems on the centennial of his birth on August 19, 2002. The six poems are "The Turtle", "The Cow", "Crossing The Border", "The Kitten", "The Camel", and "Limerick One". The stamp is the eighteenth in the Literary Arts section.Where was “Ogden Nash in the New Yorker” in 1932?
Also in November 1932 the verse was reprinted in “The Bessemer Herald” of Bessemer, Michigan, and the ascription provided was accurate: “Ogden Nash in the New Yorker”.  1932 November 11, The Bessemer Herald, Pick & Axe, Quote Page 2, Column 2, Bessemer, Michigan.When did Ogden Nash write the face is familiar?
By 1940 Ogden Nash had produced a modified version of his own verse. He published a collection of works titled “The Face is Familiar” containing an instance of the poem that replaced the word “perhaps” with the word “indeed”. This made the point of the poem more emphatic. Below are additional selected citations in chronological order.