National Association of Letter Carriers

National Postal Mail Handlers Union

National Rural Letter Carriers’ Association

History

American Letter Mail Company

History of United States postage rates

Owney (hound)

Mail station Murals

Postage stamps and postal history of the United States

Railroad Mail Service

Universal affiliations

All inclusive Postal Union

Postal Union of the Americas, Spain and Portugal

Mail sack types

Catcher pocket

Mail pocket

Mail sack

Mail travel bag

Horse Express mochila

Portmanteau

Work environment viciousness

“Going postal”

Rundown of postal killings

References

“The historical backdrop of the United States Postal Service:1775– 2006”. USPS. May 2007. Recovered March 12, 2012.

“Size and degree”. About USPS. Joined States Postal Service. September 30, 2016. Recovered 2017-10-17.

“FY2017 Annual Report to Congress” (PDF). usps.com. Joined States Postal Service. 2017. p. 6.

“General Service and the Postal Monopoly: A Brief History” (PDF). The United States Postal Service. Recovered 11 February 2013.

“The U.S. Postal Service; PBS”. PBS. 2011-11-13. Recovered 2013-12-01.

“USPS: By the Numbers” (PDF). Chronicled from the first (PDF) on October 19, 2011. Recovered 2012-07-18.

Rep. Thomas “Tom” Davis [R-VA11, 1995– 2008]. “PAEA: Overfunding of Retired Employee Health Benefits”. Govtrack.us. Recovered 2012-07-18.

Mariano, Willoughby. “PolitiFact Georgia | Bishop signs letter saying post office faces huge benefits load”. Recovered 8 February 2013.

“USPS Comments re: 2011 Rate Increase PRC Remand” (PDF). Recovered 2012-07-18.

Liberto, Jennifer (August 12, 2011). “Clock ticking on Postal Service spending emergency”. CNN.

Smith, Aaron (May 11, 2009). “U.S. Postal Service discover approaches to set aside some cash”. CNN. Recovered May 26, 2010.

Huebner, Francis C. (1906). “Our Postal System”. Records of the Columbia Historical Society, Washington, D.C. 9: 126– 174. JSTOR 40066939.

Joseph M. Adelman, “‘A Constitutional Conveyance of Intelligence, Public and Private’: The Post Office, the Business of Printing, and the American Revolution,” Enterprise and Society (2010) 11#4 pp 709– 752. in Project MUSE

Richard John, “How the Post Office Made America,” New York Times Feb 8, 2013

“For Which Stand; The Life and Papers of Rufus Easton,” by Bruce Campbell Adamson and Professor William Foley; See William T. Sherman’s Memoirs

Leonard D. White, The Republican Era: An investigation in managerial history: 1869– 1901 (1963), p 259

William H. Bergmann, “Conveying a Nation through the Mail,” Ohio Valley History (2008) 8#3 pp 1– 18.

Richard John, Spreading the News (1995) pp 3– 4

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In fiction

In the film Miracle on 34th Street (1947), the identity of Kris Kringle (played by Edmund Gwenn) as the unparalleled “Santa Claus” was affirmed by a state court, in light of the movement of 21 packs of mail (comprehensively passed on into the court) to the character being alluded to. The debate was that it would have been unlawful for the United States Post Office to pass on mail that was steered to “Santa Claus” to the character “Kris Kringle” with the exception of on the off chance that he were, honestly, the unparalleled Santa Claus. Judge Henry X. Harper (played by Gene Lockhart) chose that since the U.S. Government had appeared through the movement of the packs of mail that Kris Kringle was Santa Claus, the State of New York did not have the master to overrule that decision.

The epic Post Office (1971), created by craftsman and essayist Charles Bukowski, is a semi-self-depicting record of his life during the time as a mail transporter. Bukowski would, under strain, quit and years afterward return as a mail right hand. His own record would detail the work at lengths as astounding, modest, depleting, and undermining.

David Brin’s epic The Postman (1985) portrays the USPS and its returned organizations as a staple to revive the United States government in a tragic world. It was balanced as a film highlighting Kevin Costner and Larenz Tate in 1997.

The satire film Dear God (1996), including Greg Kinnear and Laurie Metcalf, delineates a social occasion of unconventional postal authorities in a dead letter office that handle letters steered toward the Easter Bunny, Elvis, and even God himself.

In 2015, The Inspectors, which outlines a social occasion of postal controllers investigating postal bad behaviors, showed up on CBS. The plan uses the USPIS seal and features messages and tips from the Chief Postal Inspector toward the complete of each scene.

See besides

Council of the United States passage

Philately entrance

Rundown of U.S. state contractions

Joined States Postal Service belief

USPS Post Office Box Lobby Recycling program

Associations of the U.S. Postal Service

American Postal Workers Union