History - Mail Service
This board is in loving memory of my dad who was a rural letter carrier.
This is a sad memorial - In New York City, 1944, piles of Christmas packages meant for American Servicemen who have been listed as missing or killed in action build up and await a Return to Sender stamp.
Salvo, Outer Banks, North Carolina. Very tiny post office can be seen while driving through Salvo, if you don't blink! [Laine, 11/16/2010] [RA: Claimed at one point to be the World's 2nd Smallest Post Office, well-known enough to be featured on an old vellum post card. 8 feet 4 inches wide x 12 feet 6.5 inches deep. Boxes for 94 people.]