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"Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." Herodotus

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Clever idea.

Envelope decorated by Herbert A. Franke and addressed to Koreshan Unity president Hedwig Michel



Rural carrier, 1908 Rural carrier delivers mail on Rural Route #1 out of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Post Office in 1908. Beginning in 1902, rural customers were required to use standardized mailboxes. Before then, everything from lard pails and syrup cans to old apple, soap, and cigar boxes served as mailboxes.


Rockland Postmaster, Mary Johnson. Postmaster in Rockland since 1991, Johnson was named Wisconsin State Postmaster of the year in 2012.

Mail truck

Paris post boxes

vintage post goodies

Star Wars mail box!

Mail bag

December 17, 1932

New Yorker Covers #350-399

Rainy Days

Mailboxes in the Snow - Saturday Evening Post

March 10, 1980

The New Yorker Cover - March 10, 1980 Poster Print by Eugène Mihaesco at the Condé Nast Collection

Rural Mailman - detail from cover of Collier’s Magazine, March 21, 1953.

Post Office Birthday Party | | Tons of great ideas for your little mail carrier!

Post Office Birthday Party - Little Red Window

Vintage green McCoy mailbox wall pocket.

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The postmistress at Comfort, WV with her two boys during the depression.

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Vintage postal collage with stamps and postmarks.

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Antique Stamp Box Cases Dated 1892 US Mail Clover Sterling Silver

Coles Phillips - Portada de "Life" - 1909

Edgar Allan Poe • as part of the USPS collection • by artist Michael J. Deas • January 16, 2009

Arguably the most difficult American stamp to find, an error called "The Inverted Jenny."

Stamp Collecting and the Internet