The Libraries is delighted to announce that Bill Baxter has been appointed the new Head of the History and Culture Department.
Tag: National Postal Museum
One day in 1888 a stray dog, looking something like a Scotch terrier, with curly yellow and gray hair and large brown eyes, sneaked into the Albany, New York post office, curled up on a pile of empty mailbags, and was discovered next morning by the postal clerks.
The National Postal Museum Library has many resources on stamp collecting, one for children, one for adults. —Elizabeth Periale, ably assisted by Paul McCutcheon The boys' own guide to stamp collecting Melville, Frederick John, 1882-1940., HE6213 more »
Since word of the RMS Titanic's sinking on the night of April 14, 1912, the legend of this "unsinkable" trans-Atlantic liner has grown into mythology and has been immortalized in print, more »
The Libraries’ new web developer Joel Richard has come a long way since taking dinosaur classes at the Smithsonian as a child. An integral member of the Libraries' Digital Services more »
The Libraries has quite a series of titles from across its collections featuring the King of Rock 'n' Roll. There is also an interesting link on the National Postal Museum more »