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It’s pouring buckets. Today’s route will be a challenge.
By nightfall, your bags will be empty. All your parcels—safe, sound, and dry—in the hands of their recipients. Ben Franklin launched the postal service in 1775, primarily for conveying intelligence during the looming war with Great Britain. And for 240 years, “neither snow nor rain nor heat or gloom of night” have deterred its dedicated carriers from their duties. Celebrate their commitment with this collection of vintage USPS memorabilia.
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