This section affords the opportunity for philatelic sharing of any kind. This is where you can be creative and pull from your favorite non-traditional topics – the lighter side. The contents remain the property of the author. Contact Dr. Charles J. DiComo to share.
with kind permission of Dr. Charles J. DiComo, ©2017
The presentation that follows is a story of Banking in the Village of Pawling, located in Dutchess County, New York – as told through postal history, postal cards, postal stationery, bank checks, promissory notes, bank tags, post cards, and currency (fractional and federal) from 1849 to 1929. Enjoy!
with kind permission of Robert Bramwell, ©2015
The 16 pages that follow are the story of 200 years of procedural change meant to reduce the revenue loss and processing cost incurred by the American postal system for unclaimed mail and “dead” letters. Enjoy!