On this day in music history: February 24, 1992 - The US Postal Service begin a voting poll to select a design for a commemorative stamp honoring rock & roll icon Elvis Presley. Initially, the post office commission eight artists to design the image, which is narrowed down to two different versions of the stamp. The first one depicts the 50’s era “Young Elvis” painted by artist Mark Stutzman, with the other being the 70’s era “Mature Elvis” painted by artist John Berkey. The USPS offer ballots to the public on which one they prefer. Voters overwhelmingly choose the “Young Elvis” stamp by a margin of three to one when the results are revealed in the April 13, 1992 issue of People Magazine. The stamps are officially issued on January 8, 1993 in a dedication ceremony at Graceland in Memphis, TN, on what would have been Elvis’ 58th Birthday.