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  • President’s letter about Veterans Day

      Today, as we observe Veterans Day, I am once again reminded of the importance of the written letter in United States history. In my research for a post about this holiday I found many mentions and links to the letter written by President Dwight D. Eisenhower to Administrator of Veterans Affairs, Harvey V. Higley, more »

    Happy 220th Birthday to the United States Postal Service!

      Yes, it was 220 years ago, on February 20, 1792 that President George Washington signed legislation creating the U. S. Postal Service. So I guess that means that those of us in the mailing industry owe a special thank you to President Washington on this Presidents Day which, coincidentally, is a postal holiday. Related more »


    Ever since modern postal systems developed in the mid-19th Century, mail has been one of the most common ways of supporting troops stationed far away.  A letter from home is one of the few things a soldier in the field can look forward to.  Today, e-mail has eclipsed traditional letters in popularity, but this is not the first more »