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July 27, 2021

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These men truly earned their pay, and then some.

Here's a trivia question for you: Who was the first Postmaster General?

Here's some information that may help. The organization that is today the USPS was formed on July 26, 1775, three months after the beginning of the American Revolution at the battle of Lexington and Concord.

"No Gramps, we don't want you to work a day past 80."

When my grandfather began delivering mail, he had a horse.

My guess, Washington? No Googling.

Nope. Washington was probably occupied forming up the Minutemen at the time. Here's another clue, a Portland high school is named after this guy.

Ben Frabklin

Ooops-- Ben Franklin

Ben Frabklin is correct.

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