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Stock Photo #1035-12007, Washington, D.C.: January 2, 1928. Postmaster General and Mrs. Harry New leaving the White House after the New Year reception today. Their coon skin coats of collegiate fame attracted considerable attention among the more somber formal wear of the other Cabinet members.
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Washington, D.C.: January 2, 1928. Postmaster General and Mrs. Harry New leaving the White House after the New Year reception...
Washington, D.C.: January 2, 1928. Postmaster General and Mrs. Harry New leaving the White House after the New Year reception today. Their coon skin coats of collegiate fame attracted considerable attention among the more somber formal wear of the other Cabinet members.
Stock Photo #4048-5103, President Harry S. Truman with his cabinet. (from left to right) Postmaster General Robert Hannegan; Secretary of War Henry Stimson; Secretary of State James Byrnes; the President; Secretary of the Treasury Fred Vinson; Attorney General Tom Clark; and Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal. ca. 1949
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President Harry S. Truman with his cabinet. (from left to right) Postmaster General Robert Hannegan; Secretary of War Henry S...
President Harry S. Truman with his cabinet. (from left to right) Postmaster General Robert Hannegan; Secretary of War Henry Stimson; Secretary of State James Byrnes; the President; Secretary of the Treasury Fred Vinson; Attorney General Tom Clark; and Secretary of the Navy James Forrestal. ca. 1949
Stock Photo #4409-131246, John Creswell (1828-1891). American politician. Engraving in The Spanish and American Illustration, 1870.
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John Creswell (1828-1891). American politician. Engraving in The Spanish and American Illustration, 1870.
Stock Photo #1848-750925, Historic drawing, portrait of Ernst Heinrich Wilhelm von Stephan, 1831_1897, postmaster general of the German Reich, organiser of the German postal service and co_founder of the Universal Postal Union, Royal_Prussian Minister of State
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Historic drawing, portrait of Ernst Heinrich Wilhelm von Stephan, 1831_1897, postmaster general of the German Reich, organise...
Historic drawing, portrait of Ernst Heinrich Wilhelm von Stephan, 1831_1897, postmaster general of the German Reich, organiser of the German postal service and co_founder of the Universal Postal Union, Royal_Prussian Minister of State
Stock Photo #4409-132681, John Creswell (1828-1891). Politico americano de Maryland. Director General de Correos de los Estados Unidos durante la administración de Grant. Perteneciente al partido Republicano. Grabado coloreado de "La Ilustración Española y Americana", 1870.
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John Creswell (1828-1891). Politico americano de Maryland. Director General de Correos de los Estados Unidos durante la admin...
John Creswell (1828-1891). Politico americano de Maryland. Director General de Correos de los Estados Unidos durante la administración de Grant. Perteneciente al partido Republicano. Grabado coloreado de "La Ilustración Española y Americana", 1870.
Stock Photo #2061-962, Walter Q. Gresham (1832-1895) US Postmaster General, Secretary of the Treasury and Secretary of State 19th Century Artist Unknown
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Walter Q. Gresham (1832-1895) US Postmaster General, Secretary of the Treasury and Secretary of State 19th Century Artist Unk...
Walter Q. Gresham (1832-1895) US Postmaster General, Secretary of the Treasury and Secretary of State 19th Century Artist Unknown
Stock Photo #1566-1336694, Heinrich von Stephan, first postmaster general of the German Empire, postage stamp, Germany, 1947
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Heinrich von Stephan, first postmaster general of the German Empire, postage stamp, Germany, 1947
Stock Photo #1746-4567, Henry Fawcett (1833-1884), English politician and economist, born in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Postmaster-general (1880-1884), he introduced the parcel post in 1882. Blinded in a shooting accident in 1858. From The National Portrait Gallery (London, c1880).
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Henry Fawcett (1833-1884), English politician and economist, born in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Postmaster-general (1880-1884), he...
Henry Fawcett (1833-1884), English politician and economist, born in Salisbury, Wiltshire. Postmaster-general (1880-1884), he introduced the parcel post in 1882. Blinded in a shooting accident in 1858. From The National Portrait Gallery (London, c1880).
Stock Photo #4048-7796, Post Master General Albert S. Burleson with officers from the Army-Air Force commemorate the first year of Air Mail in the United States. May 19 1919. LC-DIG-npcc-18659
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Post Master General Albert S. Burleson with officers from the Army-Air Force commemorate the first year of Air Mail in the Un...
Post Master General Albert S. Burleson with officers from the Army-Air Force commemorate the first year of Air Mail in the United States. May 19 1919. LC-DIG-npcc-18659
Stock Photo #1035-12168, Washington, D.C.: January 2, 1928. Postmaster General and Mrs. Harry New leaving the White House after the New Year reception today. Their coon skin coats of collegiate fame attracted considerable attention among the more somber formal wear of the other Cabinet members.
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Washington, D.C.: January 2, 1928. Postmaster General and Mrs. Harry New leaving the White House after the New Year reception...
Washington, D.C.: January 2, 1928. Postmaster General and Mrs. Harry New leaving the White House after the New Year reception today. Their coon skin coats of collegiate fame attracted considerable attention among the more somber formal wear of the other Cabinet members.
Stock Photo #4048-5539, President Warren Harding (1865-1923) with his Vice President, Calvin Coolidge and Postmaster General Will Hayes.
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President Warren Harding (1865-1923) with his Vice President, Calvin Coolidge and Postmaster General Will Hayes.
Stock Photo #4409-78005, THE NEW POSTMASTER-GENERAL, PROFESSOR FAWCETT, M.P., 1880.
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THE NEW POSTMASTER-GENERAL, PROFESSOR FAWCETT, M.P., 1880.
Stock Photo #4048-9030, Franklin Roosevelt's second term Cabinet. At head of table is FDR. L-R on far side of table: Henry Morgenthau Jr.(Treasury), Homer Cummings (Attorney General), Claude Swanson (Navy), Henry Wallace (Agriculture), Francis Perkins (Labor). At foot of table is VP John N. Garner. L-R on near side of the table: Cordell Hull State), Harry Woodring (War), James Farley (Postmaster), Harold Ickes (Interior) and Daniel Roper (Commerce). March 8, 1937.
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Franklin Roosevelt's second term Cabinet. At head of table is FDR. L-R on far side of table: Henry Morgenthau Jr.(Treasury), ...
Franklin Roosevelt's second term Cabinet. At head of table is FDR. L-R on far side of table: Henry Morgenthau Jr.(Treasury), Homer Cummings (Attorney General), Claude Swanson (Navy), Henry Wallace (Agriculture), Francis Perkins (Labor). At foot of table is VP John N. Garner. L-R on near side of the table: Cordell Hull State), Harry Woodring (War), James Farley (Postmaster), Harold Ickes (Interior) and Daniel Roper (Commerce). March 8, 1937.
Stock Photo #1899-28654, Opening of the Legislative Council in Pretoria. British dignitaries Sir Arthur Lawley, the Duke of Connaught, and General Lyttleton, swear in J.F. Brown, Postmaster-General, at the opening of the first Legislative Council of the Transvaal. The meeting took place inside the Ou Raadsaal (Old Council Chamber). Pretoria, South Africa, 20 May 1903. Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, Southern Africa, Africa.
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Opening of the Legislative Council in Pretoria. British dignitaries Sir Arthur Lawley, the Duke of Connaught, and General Lyt...
Opening of the Legislative Council in Pretoria. British dignitaries Sir Arthur Lawley, the Duke of Connaught, and General Lyttleton, swear in J.F. Brown, Postmaster-General, at the opening of the first Legislative Council of the Transvaal. The meeting took place inside the Ou Raadsaal (Old Council Chamber). Pretoria, South Africa, 20 May 1903. Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, Southern Africa, Africa.
Stock Photo #4443-3855, THE NEW POSTMASTER-GENERAL, PROFESSOR FAWCETT, M.P., 1880
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THE NEW POSTMASTER-GENERAL, PROFESSOR FAWCETT, M.P., 1880
Stock Photo #4048-9254, President-elect Richard Nixon presented his first Cabinet, via television on Dec. 11, 1968. L-R: Front. David Kennedy, Treasury, Melvin Laird, Defense, VP-elect Spiro Agnew, Nixon, John Volpe, Transportation, Robert Mayo, Budget, Robert Finch, HEW, Back Row: William Rogers, State, Winton Blount, Postmaster, John Mitchell, Atty General, Maurice Stans, Commerce, George Romney, HUD, Clifford Hardin, Agriculture, George Shultz, Labor, and Walter Hinckle, Interior.
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President-elect Richard Nixon presented his first Cabinet, via television on Dec. 11, 1968. L-R: Front. David Kennedy, Treasu...
President-elect Richard Nixon presented his first Cabinet, via television on Dec. 11, 1968. L-R: Front. David Kennedy, Treasury, Melvin Laird, Defense, VP-elect Spiro Agnew, Nixon, John Volpe, Transportation, Robert Mayo, Budget, Robert Finch, HEW, Back Row: William Rogers, State, Winton Blount, Postmaster, John Mitchell, Atty General, Maurice Stans, Commerce, George Romney, HUD, Clifford Hardin, Agriculture, George Shultz, Labor, and Walter Hinckle, Interior.

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