Agreed that StampSmarter.org is a great resource. There are multiple useful tools within StampSmarter. In this particular scenario, I clicked on 1847USA, then "Definitive Finder," and finally 1922 Stamps
From the scan provided, we know that it is perforated on all four sides and therefore neither a booklet nor a coil.
Measuring the perforations is a basic step towards identification. If you do not have a quality perforation gauge, a simple gauge can be downloaded and printed
The fact that the stamp is precanceled (for Kansas City Missouri) is not a direct factor in identification, but perhaps indicates it was a stamp available in mass quantities.