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The Trials and Tribulations of a 1940s Post Man

photo of Reena Flores
February 10, 2014

Manually sorting the American people's mail: It's a lot of hard work.

Encyclopaedia Brittanica's instructional video series provides a glimpse of the average 1940s post office.

This video appears as part of National Journal's coverage on the changing face of the modern postal service, "Your Post Office Now Wants to Be Your Bank."

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