The Philippine Islands
Anti-Tuberculosis Society was founded in Manila on July 29, 1910 by a group of private individuals led by U.S. journalist Mrs. Eleanor F. Egan. Today, the organization now called the Philippine Tuberculosis Society, Inc. (PTSI), continues to be engaged in the
prevention, control and treatment of tuberculosis in the Philippines.
War correspondent Eleanor F. Egan was a founder of the Philippine Tuberculosis Society
The Philippines Tuberculosis Society 50th anniversary stamps were printed by the Government Printing Bureau of Japan and issued July 29, 1960.
First Day of Issue Cancellation
First Day Covers