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From a USPS steamship in 1887, to horse-drawn USPS buggies, the first airmail service in 1918, and the iconic 3-wheeled "Mailsters" of the 1950s, the visual history of the USPS is comprised mostly
of vehicles used to transport letters and packages.
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