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Postal Stamps Memorabilia By Travel On The Dollar
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Make a memory of all the places you visit by getting a postal stamp from the local post office.
Cuba Postal History By Richard Small
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The Post Offices and Machine Cancels of Cuba under U.S. Administration, 1895 - 1906. All pages in color.
Postal Peep Show Presented by Calaveras Photography By Katherine Clark
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A collection of unique mailboxes throughout California. The mailboxes are concentrated in Calaveras County and the high desert of San Bernardino County. Everything from John Deere tractors, to barns,... More > trains, and cows! Take a look at these terrific mailboxes, and get some ideas of your own!< Less
The prephilatelic period of the Hellenic Postal Service Part 1 By Thomas Arvanitis
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This is the first volume of the prephilatelic period of the Hellenic Postal Service (Greece). Greek mail during the Ottoman occupation and the revolution period for independence. Presenting the... More > General post office, the post office net, postal routes, domestic postal rates and special services. Also including mail to and from the Ionian islands.< Less
William Hunter, A Founding Father of the Postal Service By Maynard H. Benjamin
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This is a short history of William Hunter, a business partner of Benjamin Franklin's and the first Chief Financial Officer of the Postal Service.
William Hunter, A Founding Father of the Postal Service By Maynard H. Benjamin
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This is a short history of William Hunter, a business partner of Benjamin Franklin's and the first Chief Financial Officer of the Postal Service.
Discovery: Stories Revealed From Confederate Postal History By D. Thomas Royster, Jr.
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Experience the Civil War through actual letters from soldiers and their families, military officers and government officials. Over 190 color images of original Confederate postal history and other... More > materials. A must-have for philatelists and Civil War history buffs.< Less
Discovery: Stories Revealed From Confederate Postal History By D. Thomas Royster Jr.
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Experience the Civil War through actual letters from soldiers and their families, military officers and government officials. Over 190 color images of original Confederate postal history and other... More > materials. A must-have for philatelists and Civil War history buffs.< Less
Postal Secrets: The Mail Opening Programs of the CIA and FBI By Church Committee
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The Church Committee inquired into the question of why the Federal Government opened the mail of American citizens for over two decades, a policy fundamentally at odds with freedom of expression and... More > contrary to the laws of the land. The committee first reviewed in public some details of the CIA mail openings while considering the Huston Plan (see: White House Horrors). One provision of that plan was a recommendation to institute a mail opening program, although, ironically, intelligence officers were already busily unsealing envelopes in various parts of the country and had been doing so for years. As a case study, mail opening provides the most revealing look at the inner life of the CIA and the FBI. In the instance of the CIA, the evidence suggests their mail program was allowed to continue despite the harshest criticism of it from investigators within the CIA Inspector General's Office, and despite the fact that it was not very productive in terms of intelligence information.< Less
Postal Secrets: The Mail Opening Programs of the CIA and FBI By Church Committee
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The Church Committee inquired into the question of why the Federal Government opened the mail of American citizens for over two decades, a policy fundamentally at odds with freedom of expression and... More > contrary to the laws of the land. The committee first reviewed in public some details of the CIA mail openings while considering the Huston Plan (see: White House Horrors). One provision of that plan was a recommendation to institute a mail opening program, although, ironically, intelligence officers were already busily unsealing envelopes in various parts of the country and had been doing so for years. As a case study, mail opening provides the most revealing look at the inner life of the CIA and the FBI. In the instance of the CIA, the evidence suggests their mail program was allowed to continue despite the harshest criticism of it from investigators within the CIA Inspector General's Office, and despite the fact that it was not very productive in terms of intelligence information.< Less