Postal service -- Tennessee.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
A document appointing Mr. Eugene French Fugate as Postmaster of Grainger County, Tennessee in 1935. It is signed by Postmaster General James A. Farley and President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt.
This collection includes postage stamps featuring the Great Smoky Mountains.
This collection consists of two route directories for postal carriers in Greene County, Tennessee from 1911 and 1915. Written in the directories are names of residents and businesses, listed alphabetically, and their addresses.
This collection contains one framed photograph by H. Carl Waite (front row, right side, hat over left elbow) of post office employees in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The photograph is dated May 19, 1919.
In this letter to William S. McEwen, John Crozier writes that he will do his best to get a new mail route from Kingston to Athens, Tennessee, through Congress. Until then, the Postmaster General would probably let someone do it for the revenue generated from its postage. Crozier then asks McEwen to share the contents of this letter with other interested parties in the area.
This collection contains a large record book that consists of stamps and postmarks dated from 1917 to 1952. The postmarks are from Tennessee and are organized alphabetically by city.
This collection consists of two letters to William W. Lowry, from the Post Office Department and the Bureau of Pensions, notifying him of his appointment to Postmaster for McMinn County in Tennessee.