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Love the thought-miss South Suburban

VINTAGE POST OFFICE U.S. MAIL "THE SPIRIT IS ALIVE" "POSTAL PINBACK" LAPEL HAT

VINTAGE POST OFFICE U.S. MAIL "THE SPIRIT IS ALIVE" "POSTAL PINBACK" LAPEL HAT

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Happy 239th Birthday to the US Postal Service

Happy Birthday to the US Postal Service

Although mail was delivered directly to individual houses starting in 1863, mailboxes or slots weren't required everywhere until 1923.

Although mail was delivered directly to individual houses starting in mailboxes or slots weren’t required everywhere until

Old United States Postal Service logo by RetailByRyan95, via Flickr

Old United States Postal Service logo by RetailByRyan95, via Flickr

Interesting things people found in our archives | History Photo Galleries | herald-review.com

Here's what people are uncovering in our newspaper archives, including obituaries, marriage and birth announcements, social pages and local sports.

head to head

head to head

USPS- Every day I thank God that i live in the US because of our postal service. I've collected stamps since I was little and buy the book of issued stamps every year for the girls.  I LOVE our post office, they never let me down. Not to mention that I have stamps from every country I've visited and most of the letters I've gotten from foreign countries.  I miss the airmail foldables. End of geek confession. (low tech version)

USPS- Every day I thank God that i live in the US because of our postal service. I've collected stamps since I was little and buy the book of issued stamps every year for the girls. I LOVE our post office, they never let me down. Not to mention that I have stamps from every country I've visited and most of the letters I've gotten from foreign countries. I miss the airmail foldables. End of geek confession. (low tech version)

Designed in 1971 by designer/ photographers Nancy Fouts and Malcolm Fowler this poster later won the Designer’s and Art Director’s Association Gold Award for the most outstanding item of artwork 1971.

Designed in 1971 by designer/ photographers Nancy Fouts and Malcolm Fowler this poster later won the Designer’s and Art Director’s Association Gold Award for the most outstanding item of artwork

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