Postal History, Stamps

Presidents on Postage Stamps

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Jenny Lynch

The postage stamps of a nation are a picture gallery of its glories. — Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerfield, 1957 Presidential Postage Stamps On June 12, 2019, the U.S. Postal Service issued a Forever stamp honoring George H.W. Bush, our …

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Shop Locally and Thank a Small Business Owner

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Mary Anderson

I’m lucky to live in an area that’s populated with many small and local independently run businesses. I use the services of my neighborhood businesses every chance I get. I’ve come to truly admire the unrelenting spirit of entrepreneurism that …

Tips & Tricks, USPS Did You Know & Tips

Mailbox Fishing

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Melissa Lomax

Keeping your mail safe and secure “Mailbox fishing, is when mail thieves root through mailed letters for checks they can alter and fraudulently cash, explained Postal Inspector Rick Link. “If mailing checks, you should monitor your bank accounts to make …

Inside USPS, Stamps, USPS Did You Know & Tips

Black History is 365

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Roy Betts

Black History is 365 The month of February is typically designated Black History Month. On Feb. 1, 1978, the U.S. Postal Service® joined in the celebration with the introduction of the Black Heritage® stamp series. The series began with the …