Video: Postal Carrier delivering mail in D.C., U.S.P.O. – 1903

This film shows the delivery of the U.S. mail, in a rural area. A two-horse vehicle, with a sign reading “U.S. Mail,” appears on the scene. The postal employee gets out of the vehicle and places mail in a standard metal mail box. A woman comes out of her house and removes the mail from the mail box, then buys stamps from the mail carrier as the picture ends. SOURCE: Library of Congress – Filmed August 8, 1903 in Washington, DC.

6 thoughts on “Video: Postal Carrier delivering mail in D.C., U.S.P.O. – 1903

  1. “Burrus: Health Contributions Increase Offsets COLA Pay Increase”

    Now isnt that just special.

  2. Im still waiting on a COLA…an my box of checks i order from BOA $27 total, seven bucks for the shipping. Another $8 bucks on stamps? to send’em off, maybe online billing aint so bad?

    The drought may affect food an gas prices? Oh but no pay increases we make to much for what we do all of a sudden.

    Man F-U-MOFO’s thats what im going to be sending in my bill’s, except cable, do you have anymore channels?

  3. Poor Slob, still around, hanging on for that extra 1%! He was happier then, routing his own flats, 4 hours on the street and liked his Job and made a living!

  4. Should be Written Up!! Left his horses Running, no Brake and tried to lure the lady in the Wagon!

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