Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and Louis Armstrong are coming to Durham Western Heritage Museum. They're part of the new exhibit "Art of the Stamp," featuring 100 original artworks used to create postage stamps. The exhibit opens Saturday and continues through Nov. 13. The art ranges from portraits of Woody Guthrie, Joe Louis, Billie Holiday and George Washington to illustrations of dinosaurs, trains, planes and automobiles. The earliest stamp in the exhibit is Norman Rockwell's 1960 salute to the Boy Scouts of America.