When was the U.S. post office founded?

Answer The U.S. Post Office was founded on July 26, 1775. Benjamin Franklin, who was appointed the first postmaster general by the Second Continental Congress, established the foundation for the modern po... Read More »

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When did the first post office open?

The first (and oldest) post office is the British Postal Museum, located on High Street in Sanquhar, Scotland. It is claimed that the post office has been in operation since 1712.Source:The Times o... Read More »

When does the post office NOT deliver mail?

I've been a carrier for 28 years. Here are a few situations that will stop me from deliveringWhen a young person refuses to shovel their walk (I'll struggle thru freshly fallen snow...but if it's b... Read More »

When was the post office pension rolled into s.s.?

Prior to 1987, postal workers participated in the Civil Service Retirement Act (CSRA), which was replaced by the Social Security-based Federal Employee Retirement System (FERS) by government mandat... Read More »

Which rugrats is it when Tommy goes to the post office with his dad?