U.S. Post Office and Waterfront Park
Title:
U.S. Post Office and Waterfront Park
Daytona Beach Florida (FL), Linen unused

Description:
The new Post Office is built of Florida-Key Tone in Spanish-Renaissance architecture. The lobby is of Tennessee marble and faces the mile-long Riverfront Park.


Caricature Person Placing a Letter Into a Mailbox
Title:
Caricature Person Placing a Letter Into a Mailbox
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 39 Would like to hear from you



United States Mail
Title:
United States Mail
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-15

Description:
Series 3665


Girl Accepting Letter From Postman
Title:
Girl Accepting Letter From Postman
Real Photo

Description:
"Anything for me, Mr. Postman?"



Any mail today?
Title:
Any mail today?
Continental Chrome unused


Universal Postal Union - United Nations
Title:
Universal Postal Union - United Nations
Real Photo unused



US post office - Park Rapids, Minn.
Title:
US post office - Park Rapids, Minn.
Park Rapids Minnesota (MN), Real Photo unused


Anything for me Mr Postman - child accepting mail from postman
Title:
Anything for me Mr Postman - child accepting mail from postman
Divided Back PM 1906 Aug-25

Description:
Series 403



Horse-Drawn Mail Wagon, Mailman
Title:
Horse-Drawn Mail Wagon, Mailman
Real Photo unused


Sanatorieposten Kommer
Title:
Sanatorieposten Kommer




Delivering the Mail
Title:
Delivering the Mail
Port Townsend Washington (WA), Chrome unused

Description:
This old picture was taken at rear of the Pt. Townsend Post Office and Custom ouse. Art Richards and "Ra Ra" Revello are shown loading the mail truck.


Rural Free Delivery
Title:
Rural Free Delivery
Bloomville New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Members of U.S. mail Service Assembled at High School Steps
Title:
Members of U.S. mail Service Assembled at High School Steps
Springfield Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1912 Nov-15


When Far Apart...
Title:
When Far Apart...
PM 1912 Mar-1

Description:
When far apart How nice to think, That we can be united by a Post Card, Stamp, and ink



United States Post Office
Title:
United States Post Office
Las Vegas New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
United States Post Office Las Vegas, New Mexico 87701 Erected in 1928, it is a first class office with approximate receipts of $100,000.00 yearly. The building includes office space for other federal agencies.


Memories of Yesteryear
Title:
Memories of Yesteryear
Chrome PM 1961 Dec-19

Description:
Just to pause a moment in this rapidly changing world to express gratitude for your excellent cooperation during my daily rounds, and to wish you an old-fashioned Merry Christmas. Your Mailman.



The Chase - From Your Mailman
Title:
The Chase - From Your Mailman
Chrome PM 1963 Dec-18

Description:
Just to pause a moment in this rapidly changing world to express gratitude for your excellent cooperation during my daily rounds and to wish you an old-fashioned Merry Christmas.


The Old Homestead - Your Mail Carrier
Title:
The Old Homestead - Your Mail Carrier
Chrome PM 1966 Dec-17

Description:
May I take this opportunity to assure you of my gratitude for your excellent cooperation during the past year, and to wish you a very Merry Christmas.



The Season's Greetings - Your Mail Carrier
Title:
The Season's Greetings - Your Mail Carrier
Chrome PM 1967 Dec-19


Getting Ice
Title:
Getting Ice
Chrome PM 1968 Dec-21

Description:
Sincere Greetings And Best Wishes For Holiday Happiness Your Mail Carrier



Horse Pulled Sleigh Going Down Snow Covered Road
Title:
Horse Pulled Sleigh Going Down Snow Covered Road
Chrome PM 1970 Dec-19


The Mailomat
Title:
The Mailomat
Linen PM 1944 Mar-10



The Mason RFD
Title:
The Mason RFD
Mason New Hampshire (NH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907


I am Spending My Last Penny for You
Title:
I am Spending My Last Penny for You
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-20

Description:
Series 1210-44



Post Office, Danielson, Conn.
Title:
Post Office, Danielson, Conn.
Danielson Connecticut (CT), Chrome


U. S. Mail Boat "Uncle Sam" at Beaver Island Landing
Title:
U. S. Mail Boat "Uncle Sam" at Beaver Island Landing
Lake Winnipesaukee New Hampshire (NH), White Border unused



Horse-Drawn Postman Delivery Wagon
Title:
Horse-Drawn Postman Delivery Wagon
Real Photo unused


United States Postal Card, U. S. Postage One Cent
Title:
United States Postal Card, U. S. Postage One Cent
Divided Back



Post Office, Junction of Temple, Main and Spring Streets
Title:
Post Office, Junction of Temple, Main and Spring Streets
Los Angeles California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
"On the Road of a Thousand Wonders"


Post office
Title:
Post office
Rolla Missouri (MO), Real Photo unused



National Alliance of Postal Employees Building
Title:
National Alliance of Postal Employees Building
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Linen unused

Description:
Third and H Streets, NW


Really Doncher Know I'm Waiting for a Lettah, By Jove You're Awfully Show
Title:
Really Doncher Know I'm Waiting for a Lettah, By Jove You're Awfully Show
Divided Back

Description:
Frederick L. Cavally I thought you'd treat me bettah



Journée Nationale du Timbre 1961
Title:
Journée Nationale du Timbre 1961
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Facteur de la petite poste de Paris 1760


To My Affinity
Title:
To My Affinity
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-25



To My Sweetheart
Title:
To My Sweetheart
Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-20


United States Postal Card
Title:
United States Postal Card
Pioneer PM 1875

Description:
Write the address only on this side - the message on the other



A Group of people Gathered - Union Postale Universelle
Title:
unused


U.S. Post Office
Title:
U.S. Post Office
Fayson Lakes New Jersey (NJ), Chrome PM 1963 Jul-9

Description:
Frank Fay P.O. Box Fayson Lakes, N.J



Smallest Mailing Office Near Smallest Church, West Virginia
Title:
Smallest Mailing Office Near Smallest Church, West Virginia
Silver Lake West Virginia (WV), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. Route 219


Send Me a Postcard Too!!
Title:
Send Me a Postcard Too!!
Chrome unused



World Weather Watch First Day Cover
Title:
World Weather Watch First Day Cover
Continental Chrome unused


Gee Wilikins
Title:
Gee Wilikins
Divided Back PM Aug-19

Description:
Twas here I mailed my letter Not many days ago, I'm waiting for an answer, It seems a little slow



The Postman Never Stops Here Any More
Title:
The Postman Never Stops Here Any More
PM 1943 Apr-14

Description:
U.S. Mail


Gee Wilihins
Title:
Gee Wilihins
PM Jul-7

Description:
Twas here I mailed my letter not many days ago, I'm waiting for an answer, It seems a little slow



Mailman holds a baby while he rings a doorbell
Title:
Mailman holds a baby while he rings a doorbell
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series A54-10 You can order your baby by parcel post


Left At The Post
Title:
Left At The Post
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1131/7



Girl buying stamps
Title:
Girl buying stamps
Divided Back unused

Description:
I'm good at waiting, are you


U.S. Post Office and Federal Building
Title:
U.S. Post Office and Federal Building
Marianna Florida (FL), Linen unused



The "Mailomat" coin-operated letter box
Title:
The "Mailomat" coin-operated letter box
Linen PM 1942 Sep-7

Description:
furnishes postage and mailing service, day and night, to people who have letters to mail... and no stamps. It is a coin-operated U.S. mail box and postage meter. To mail a letter you (1) drop coins in a slot (2) dial your postage value (3) insert your letter.. and away it goes, stamped, postmarked and automatically deposited for collection. No adhesive stamps... no stamp-licking... no premium for postage. This self-service post office prints U.S. meter stamps in denominations up to 32c on letters of various kinds and sizes, including Air Mail, Special Delivery and foreign mail. It can handle as many as 72 letters a minute. The Mailomat was developed by Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter Co., Stamford, Conn., in cooperation with the U.S. Post Office Department, to provide the public with stamp-buying and mailing facilities at times and places where they are not now available... in post office lobbies, hotels, stores, railway terminals and other public places


Postal Telegraph Commercial Cables
Title:
Postal Telegraph Commercial Cables
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Postal Telegraph-Cable Company (Incorporated) transmits and delivers this message subject to the terms and conditions printed on the back of this blank



Robins and girl
Title:
Robins and girl
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 9485, 9486 Loving Birthday Greetings


Special Delivery - Boy with Birds
Title:
Special Delivery - Boy with Birds
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 9485, 9486 Birthday Greetings



Seventy Years Of Progress In The Railway Post Office
Title:
Seventy Years Of Progress In The Railway Post Office
Divided Back unused

Description:
In a little car like this, on July 28, 1862, enroute from West Quincy to St. Joseph, Missouri, over what is now a part of the Burlington main line from Chicago to Kansas City and St. Joseph, United States Mail was first sorted while in transit. The purpose was to speed the departure of the overland stage coach from St. Joseph to California. At the right is the modern standard Railway Post Office, in several of which the California and other western mail is now sorted nightly on the Burlington fast mail trains between Chicago and Omaha


The Mailomat
Title:
The Mailomat
Chrome unused

Description:
The "Mailomat" is a coin-operated U. S. mailbox for people who have letters to mail - and no stamps. It is a "Self -service post office" that mails your letters without need of adhesive stamps. To mail a letter you (1) drop many in coin slot (2) dial correct postage denomination (3) insert letter in letter slot. the machine does the rest; automatically takes you letter, prints postage and postmark on it, and holds it for collection . . . provides postage from 1c to 33c, including Air Mail. special Delivery, etc., with no premium for postage. Metered mail needs less post office handling, often catches earlier trains and planes, starts on its way sooner. The "Mailomat" is a pre-war invention of Pitney-Bowes Postage meter co., Stamford, Conn., now converted to war production; was developed in cooperation with the U. S. Post Office Dept. to facilitate public use of the mails in post office lobbies. railway terminals, etc. Manufacturing will begin when the war is won. Try this new "stampless" postal service own. Use this card to say "hello" to that boy is Service. and when using the mails these days. at home or office, remember to mail early and often . . . to help clear the track for war mail . . . and to help the Post Office help you!



The Mailomat
Title:
The Mailomat
Linen PM 1943 May-22

Description:
The "Mailomat" is a coin-operated U.S. mailbox for people who have letters to mail-and no stamps. It is a "self-service post office" that mails your letters without need of adhesive stamps. To mail a letter you (1) drop money in coin slot (2) dial correct postage denomination (3) insert letter in letter slot. The machine does the rest; automatically takes your letter, prints postage and postmark on it, and holds it for collection...provides postage from 1c to 32c, including air Mail, Special Delivery, etc., with no premium for postage, Metered mail needs less post office handling, often catches earlier trains and planes, starts on its way sooner. The "Mailomat" is a pre-war invention of Pitney-Bowes Postage Metter Co., Stamford, Conn., now converted to war production; was developed in cooperation with the U.S. Post Office Dept. to facilitate public use of the mails in post office lobbies, railway terminals, etc. Manufacturing will begin when the war is won. Try this new "stampless" postal service now. Use this card to say "hello" to that boy in Service. And when using the mails these days, at home or office, remember to mail early and often...to help clear the track for war mail... and to help the P.O. help you!


Greetings From Lancaster
Title:
Greetings From Lancaster
Lancaster Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Why don't you Write?
Title:
Why don't you Write?
Divided Back PM 1910 Nov-05

Description:
Series 1296 Why? Is all the ink in he World gone Dry? Are all the pens Mislaid? And pencils too - are there None to buy? Is paper no longer Made? If You are not deep in this awful plight then why in the World do you never Write?


Write Soon
Title:
Write Soon
Divided Back PM Aug-00



Awaiting The Postman
Title:
Awaiting The Postman
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 129 Soapine Genuine Has the whale


Black Mail
Title:
Black Mail
Divided Back

Description:
Series 521



Parcel Post
Title:
Parcel Post
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 963D No. Shir, I will never deshert My posht!


Philately & Postal History
Title:
Philately & Postal History
Chrome unused

Description:
This enlarged reproduction of the first United States government stamp, issued in 1847 and depicting Benjamin Franklin, is displayed on the introductory panel to the Hall of Philately and Postal History, Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian Institution.



Go Little Messenger And Tell My Sweet
Title:
Go Little Messenger And Tell My Sweet
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-14

Description:
That someone worships at her feet


Automated Postal Center
Title:
Automated Postal Center
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
At Your Service 24/7 ! Did you can take care of almost all your shipping needs at the Automated Postal Center (APS) ? It's a Quick, Easy, Convenient way to ship packages, buy stamps and more-all with your debit or credit card ! At the APC you can: . Ship Packages via Express Mail service, Priority Mail service or Parcel Post . Purchase Insurance, Delivery Confirmation service, Certified Mail and Return Receipt . Send First-Class Mail . Buy stamps . Search for a Zip Code Try the APC today at your local Post Office !



Get It There In The Nickof Time
Title:
Get It There In The Nickof Time
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Late holiday shoppers, fear not. Your post office has two terrific ways to get your package there on time. Without taking a big nick out of your holiday budget. Express Mail overnight service is just $12.00 for a 2-lb. Pak, $8.75 for 8 oz. And we deliver every day of the year at no extra charge. Even on Christmas. But is this your only option with us? Nix. Priority Mail gives you two-day delivery between major markets, three days elsewhere. It's just $2.40 for up to 2 lbs. So put your package in our hands, and nothing can stop it. Neither sleet, nor snow, nor rain, dear.


You Can Put Off Christmas Shopping
Title:
You Can Put Off Christmas Shopping
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
You can put off Christmas shopping, but you can't put off Christmas. For all your last-minute Christmas gifts, the people at your post office suggest our own last-minute gift wrapping and sending ideas. Like Priority Mail, for 2-day delivery between major markets and 3-day delivery everywhere else, at just $2.40 for up to 2 pounds. And Express Mail overnight service, at just $8.75 for up to 8 ounces, and $12 for 2 pounds.



Post Cards
Title:
Post Cards
Divided Back PM 1915 Jul-17

Description:
O'er land and sea they journey with bits of news and cheer, a card in the hand is better Than a letter-that isn't here!.


Thoughts in My Heart
Title:
Thoughts in My Heart
Divided Back PM 1908 Apr-16



Use A Pencil Use A Pen Anything But Write Again
Title:
Use A Pencil Use A Pen Anything But Write Again
Divided Back PM 1911 Nov-21


Valentine Greetings
Title:
Valentine Greetings
Divided Back PM 1915 Feb-13

Description:
If the weight of loving wishes Claimed the postage which is due, A thousand stamps would surely fail To bear my love to you.



A Wireless Message
Title:
A Wireless Message
Divided Back PM 1905 Aug-25


Broken Arm
Title:
Broken Arm
Divided Back PM 1917 Oct-09

Description:
How Can I a letter write with my right first in such a plight?



Waiting To Hear
Title:
Waiting To Hear
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Apr-05


Forgot to Mail your Letter
Title:
Forgot to Mail your Letter
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1912 Nov-01

Description:
Isn't it aggravating - when that letter you forgot to post accidently falls out of your pocket?



Blow
Title:
Blow
Divided Back PM 1916

Description:
Blow yourself to a postage stamp and stick it on a card addressed to me. Let me hear from you!


Send It Along!
Title:
Send It Along!
Divided Back PM 1922

Description:
You are busy, so am I, But if you really care, Just sign a card and mail to me, To show you're really there.



Hoping These Few Lines Will Find You Well
Title:
Hoping These Few Lines Will Find You Well
Divided Back PM 1906


Write With This Spyglass
Title:
Write With This Spyglass
Divided Back PM 1915

Description:
Write with this spyglass, I may get a sight, Of the reason why, you never write.



Greetings From Monticello
Title:
Greetings From Monticello
Monticello Indiana (IN), Linen PM 1939

Description:
Cheer up, we are thinking of you.


Greetings
Title:
Greetings
Linen PM 1948

Description:
It's time you said "Hello".



Railway Express
Title:
Railway Express
Linen unused

Description:
This dramatic painting by a famous artist pictures the 100 colorful years of express service. It contrasts yesterday's romantic Pony express, the rumbling overland Stage and quaint "Iron Horse" with today's mighty express trains and super-swift planes that carry the goods of the national from coast to cost, border to border. Today Railway Express has more than 57,000 employees, 11,300 motor vehicles and 23,000 nation-wide offices, with pick-up and delivery service in all cities and principal towns.


Why Under The Sun
Title:
Why Under The Sun
Divided Back PM 1907

Description:
Don't you write?



I Send My Love Be Mail
Title:
I Send My Love Be Mail
Divided Back unused


I'll Stick Right Here Till I Get A Letter!
Title:
I'll Stick Right Here Till I Get A Letter!
Divided Back PM 1911



Trying Hard to Write
Title:
Trying Hard to Write
Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
Cavally Been tryin hard to write but just couldn't


Your Loving Family
Title:
Your Loving Family
Divided Back PM 1911

Description:
K. Rising Your letters bring a smile that won't come off. Your loving family



From Castle Rock Sprigs
Title:
From Castle Rock Sprigs
Castle Rock Springs California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The horrid old post man never brings me a letter


Greetings Sincere
Title:
Greetings Sincere
Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
Whether you use a steel pen, or a quill, Not a jot does it matter to me, It's not how you write, But the worlds you indite, Makes me anxious your writing to see.



Congratulations
Title:
Congratulations
Divided Back unused


To Greet You
Title:
To Greet You
Divided Back PM 1912

Description:
Here's plenty of paper and envelopes too, Pen and ink as you plainly can see, All things for your use So you've now no excuse, For not writing a letter to me.



My cheques have been all behind
Title:
My cheques have been all behind
Divided Back unused

Description:
You must excuse my not having written before but my cheques have been all behind, and I've been fairly worried & torn, to Pieceo.


This Will Keep You Posted
Title:
This Will Keep You Posted
Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908



Did Yew Forget My Address?
Title:
Did Yew Forget My Address?
PM 1913


Suppose you take a tumble and write
Title:
Suppose you take a tumble and write
PM 1909



I Am Still Waiting For That Letter
Title:
I Am Still Waiting For That Letter
PM 1912


Telegraph Post-Card
Title:
Telegraph Post-Card
unused



New Year Greetings Telegram
Title:
New Year Greetings Telegram
unused


Telegram
Title:
Telegram
unused



Telegram
Title:
Telegram
PM 1912


Washout On The Line Telegraph
Title:
Washout On The Line Telegraph
PM 1905



Hope to Get Some News From You
Title:
Hope to Get Some News From You
unused


To Greet You From
Title:
To Greet You From
unused

Description:
This little card that comes to you Has done what I should like to do. Across the many miles it sped I wish that it were I instead.



Getting Ice
Title:
Getting Ice
unused

Description:
Sincere greetings and best wishes for holiday happiness Currier & Ives


Best Wishes
Title:
Best Wishes
unused

Description:
This Birthday card will help me tell How very much I wish you well



U. S. Mail
Title:
U. S. Mail
PM 1912

Description:
When I droped this in the letter-box Addressed to my old pard And I tho't how soon twould reach you, Gee I longed to be this card.


Just drop a line And see me bite
Title:
Just drop a line And see me bite
unused



Awaiting The Postman
Title:
Awaiting The Postman
unused


Greeting from Kendall
Title:
Greeting from Kendall
Kendall Michigan (MI) PM 1915

Description:
You'd Butter Get Busy and Write Me here at Or We'll have some Words



Children - Sending This Card So You'll Come Around
Title:
Children - Sending This Card So You'll Come Around
Linen unused

Description:
U.S. Mail - Mailbox


To my Sweetheart
Title:
To my Sweetheart
Divided Back PM 1912



Hershey Chocolate Company
Title:
Hershey Chocolate Company
Hershey Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Free cocoa recipes by mail. If interested, return this card with your address on the other side and we will send you free a few choice recipes, showing how to use Hershey's Cocoa in several delightful ways. Our factory is open to visitors at all times~


Grand View Lodge and Cabins
Title:
Grand View Lodge and Cabins
Middlebury Vermont (VT), Real Photo unused

Description:
Some of the cabins at Gran View Lodge and Cabins.



The Mason RFD
Title:
The Mason RFD
Mason New Hampshire (NH), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1912 Aug-6


Mail Being Delivered in Franklin, Mass.
Title:
Mail Being Delivered in Franklin, Mass.
Real Photo unused



Thai Mail Carrier Delivering Mail
Title:
Thai Mail Carrier Delivering Mail
Divided Back unused


Auto Car in Mail Service
Title:
Auto Car in Mail Service
Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI), Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-8



Postmen of the British Empire: Burmah India
Title:
Postmen of the British Empire: Burmah India
PM 1905 May-1


Future Mail Transportation
Title:
Future Mail Transportation
Washington District Of Columbia (DC), Continental Chrome PM 1989 Nov-27

Description:
No.89-40. Imagine that someday human space colonies dot universe the way cities dot the earth today. Space travel would become so routine that an interstellar highway system would become necessary to handle the traffic--people would have to be transported from space station to space station, from planet to planet. But that would not be the only kind of traffic generated by space colonies. "Interstellar trucklines" would evolve to carry into space things that colonies would consider necessities, like food, medicine, clothing, and, of course, letters from home. Some people feel that it is quite likely that the day will come when space-age vehicles travel along interstellar highways delivering mail to colonists as close as the moon and as far away as the outer reaches of the universe. This impressive transportation system would carry people, goods and raw materials as well as mail on routes to extraterrestrial destinations, including post offices among the stars



In 1906 the Columbia Mark 43 Motor Car - 25c - First Day of Issue
Title:
In 1906 the Columbia Mark 43 Motor Car - 25c - First Day of Issue
Continental Chrome PM 1989 Nov-19

Description:
was the first official gasoline-powered vehicle used by the United States Post Office Department. The narrow vehicles were used for the collection of mail from street letterboxes. The stamp was designed by Mark Hess


Mail Transportation of the Future - First Day of Issue November 27, 1989 45c
Title:
Mail Transportation of the Future - First Day of Issue November 27, 1989 45c
Continental Chrome PM 1989 Nov-27

Description:
How mail may be transported in the future - a mail vehicle zooming over a highway on a cusion of air. The stamp was designed by Ken Hodges



Three Generations of Letter Carriers
Title:
Three Generations of Letter Carriers
Continental Chrome PM 1989 Nov-19

Description:
CLASSIC MAIL TRANSPORTATION First Day of Issue: November 19, 1989 First Issue Location: Washington, D.C. When the U.S. Postal Service proudly announced in 1895 that it had commissioned a newfangled auto truck for mail delivery, more than a few eyebrows were raised. Nevertheless, in December of 1899 a shiny Winton motor wagon with a "U.S. Mail" sign completed a rattling test drive through the snow-covered streets of Cleveland, Ohio. Even following the success of this run, the Postal Service was hesitant to invest money in a delivery service it wasn't sure would succeed on a mass scale. Finally, after two trucks were successfully used to collect mail from street letter boxes in Baltimore in 1906, the Postal Service expanded use of the automobile, and by the mid-1950's the automobile and motor truck had become America's main form of mail transport. The cachet on this Maximum Card traces three generations of letter carriers, from a mailman of the 1890's, through a group with their trusty mail wagon of the 1920's, to the reflective contemporary postal carrier who remembers them all


The "Mailomat"
Title:
The "Mailomat"
Divided Back PM 1947 Apr-15

Description:
The "Mailomat" is a coin-operated postage meter and U.S. mailbox for people with letters to mail--and no stamps. It is a "self-service post office" that stamps and mails your letters without need of adhesive stamps



It's Taking a Long Time Gettin Here- That Letter from You
Title:
It's Taking a Long Time Gettin Here- That Letter from You
Linen PM 1953 Jul-27


Best Wishes - Woman at Post Box
Title:
Best Wishes - Woman at Post Box
Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-17



Greyhound Post House
Title:
Greyhound Post House
Linen unused

Description:
THE OLD POST HOUSE, famous before the Declaration of Independence, where stage coaches stopped to change horses, to allow passengers time for Breakfast or Dinner and to enjoy the charm of those good old days


Dog Delivering Mail
Title:
Dog Delivering Mail
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 8156, 8159 New Year Greetings



Parcel Post
Title:
Parcel Post
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 963C "You're First-class matter, under Cover!"


Parcel Post
Title:
Parcel Post
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 963C "Would You take a little package in a neat wraper?"



Parcel Post
Title:
Parcel Post
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 963C I'd go to any zone for you!"


Parcel Post
Title:
Parcel Post
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 963C "I like to keep well posted about you!"



Shop By Parcel Post
Title:
Shop By Parcel Post
Divided Back PM 1913 Apr-17

Description:
Series A54-11


You'Re Just The Right Weight For Me!
Title:
You'Re Just The Right Weight For Me!
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 963C



Anything For Me Mr Postman
Title:
Anything For Me Mr Postman
Divided Back PM 1907


Boy Mailing Letter
Title:
Boy Mailing Letter
Divided Back PM 1915 Dec-09

Description:
Do thou likewise and make someone happy, who is very anxious to her from you.



I Wonder What Next The Parcel Post Will Bring In Mountainview
Title:
I Wonder What Next The Parcel Post Will Bring In Mountainview
Mountainview New Hampshire (NH), Divided Back PM 1914 Sep-09


Mailman with Gifts
Title:
Mailman with Gifts
Divided Back PM 1914 Dec-24

Description:
A package I've sent with a wish for the season By this time it is well on its way Unless it delayed by a very good reason T'will reach you on Christmas day



A Letter For You
Title:
A Letter For You
Divided Back unused


Greetings From Pensacola
Title:
Greetings From Pensacola
Pensacola Florida (FL), Divided Back unused



Marry a millionare by Parcel Post
Title:
Marry a millionare by Parcel Post
Divided Back PM 1913 Sep-22

Description:
Why don't you marry A millionaire by parcel Post


Marks Stamp Co.,, 414 Spadina Ave
Title:
Marks Stamp Co.,, 414 Spadina Ave
Toronto Ontario (ON), Divided Back PM 1914 May-30

Description:
Wholesale and retail dealers in postage stamps



Getting the Morning Mail
Title:
Getting the Morning Mail
Divided Back PM 1914 Mar-18

Description:
After getting the morning mail, I let the morning male get me.


Save the Date
Title:
Save the Date
Divided Back PM 1913 Nov-21

Description:
Can you keep a date or - do you throw them away?



Dip your Pen in Ink
Title:
Dip your Pen in Ink
Divided Back PM 1913 Jan-07

Description:
Dip you pen in ink, mix a bit of affection with it, put it under a postage stamp and send it along.


To My Love
Title:
To My Love
Divided Back PM 1910 Feb-14



New Year Message
Title:
New Year Message
Divided Back PM 1909 Dec-29

Description:
Twas said of old that the "First toot" At our door at the dawn of the year, Would bring us a blessing if sent with a greeting of hearty good cheer. So today for your "First toot" I'm sending A message of love and a prayer, God bless you, not only for this New Year But keep all your years in His care.


A Merry Christmas
Title:
A Merry Christmas
Divided Back PM 1907



Mailman Children
Title:
Mailman Children
Divided Back PM 1917


Largest Card Case in the World
Title:
Largest Card Case in the World
Big Trees California (CA), Divided Back unused

Description:
THE LARGEST CARD CASE IN THE WORLD



Boston Postal Pneumatic Tube System, Dedication August 6, 1926.
Title:
Boston Postal Pneumatic Tube System, Dedication August 6, 1926.
White Border unused

Description:
U.S. Senator, Hon. William M. Butler, preesing button to dispatch first container, which carried an American flag and letters addresed to The President, the Postmaster General and other prominent citizens. Back row, Hon. Frank E. McMillan, Hon. T.G. Mallalieu, Congressman Dallinger. Front row, Assistant Postmaster General Bartlett, Postmaster Baker, Congressman Douglass, Congressman Gallivan, Senator Butler.


Santa Reading his Mail
Title:
Santa Reading his Mail
Divided Back PM 1915

Description:
A Merry Christmas



Writing a Letter
Title:
Writing a Letter
Divided Back PM 1906


I care not if your stationery's monogrammed
Title:
I care not if your stationery's monogrammed
Divided Back PM 1917

Description:
I care not if your stationery's monogrammed or plain - If you write to me with pencil or with pen it's all the same. I wish only to see a note on which you've signed your name



A Recipe For You
Title:
A Recipe For You
Divided Back

Description:
Take a pen, a sheet of paper a small amount of ink an ounce of good intention stirred in slowly Mix all well together and add a postage stamp; the result will be the letter that you owe me!


Seventy Years Of Progress In The Railway Post Office
Title:
Seventy Years Of Progress In The Railway Post Office
Linen unused

Description:
The Old and the new mail cards form a part of the Burlington's Exhibit at a century of progress exposition. In a little car like this, on July 28, 1862, enroute form West Quincy to St. Joseph, Missouri, over what is now a part of the Burlington main line from Chicago to Kansas City and St. Joseph, United States Mail was first sorted while in transit. The purpose was to speed the departure of the overland stage coach from St. Joseph to California. At the right is the modern standard Railway Post Office, in several of which the California and other western mail is now sorted nightly on the Burlington fast mail trains between Chicago and Omaha.



I Was Thinking Of Your Birthday
Title:
I Was Thinking Of Your Birthday
unused


The Mailomat
Title:
The Mailomat
PM 1945

Description:
The "Mailomat" . . . Is a coin-operated U.S. mailbox for people who have letters to mail-and no stamps. It is a "self-service postoffice" that mails your letters withour need of adhesive stamps. To mail a letter you (1) drop money in coin slot (2) dial correct postage denomination (3) insert letter in letter slot. The machine does the rest; automatically takes your letter, prints postage and postmark on it, and holds if for collection. . . provides postage from 1c to 33c, including Air Mail, Special Delivery, etc., with no premium for postage. Metered mail needs less postoffice handling, often catches earlier trains and planes, starts on its way sooner. The "Mailomat" is a pre-war invention of Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter Co., Stamford, Conn., now converted to war production; was developed in cooperation with the U.S. Post Office Dept. to facilitate public use of the mails in post office lobbies, railway terminals, etc. Manufacturing will begin when the war is won. Try this new "stampless" postal service now. Use this card to say "hello" to that boy in Service. And when using the mails these days, at home or office, remember to mail early and often . . . to help clear the track for war mail . . . and to help the Post Office help you! Collection of mail from coin-operated letter box Streamlined mailing . . no adbesive stamps required Instructional post card, compliments of Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter Co.



To My Wife
Title:
To My Wife
Divided Back PM 1911


A Mery Christmas
Title:
A Mery Christmas
Divided Back PM 1909





Total: 158 Items