In 1996, the United States Postal Service celebrated Tennessee's bicentennial by issuing a 32-cent stamp that featured the capitol. One of the guys who works the counter at our local post office told me that Tennessee residents were able to buy stamps that had a photo of the capitol on it, but that other stamps with a drawing of the capitol went to other states. Since I live in Tennessee, I'm not sure if that's true or not.
A note about yesterday's post and tax-free weekend: I forgot to mention this, but Tennessee is having a lot of financial difficulties, as are other states, of course. About 2400 state employees have been offered buy-outs to help alleviate the budget shortfall. As of Friday, only about 1600 have accepted, and that is causing quite a bit of concern.
The governor is a bit concerned, of course, and he mentioned that having a tax-free weekend is going to hurt the state. The state legislature has made the August tax-free weekend a law, so they cannot do away with it, but the April one exists at the discretion of the legislature, so I figure we'll have only one tax-free weekend in 2009.