A Visit to the National Postal Museum (Part 2)

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One of my favorite stops in the National Postal Museum was a display celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the museum. It was called the Alphabetilately A to Z.  The room was set up with 26 different stops and each letter had its own theme and artwork. I spent so much time zooming in trying to capture the quality of the photos of some of the letters, that I neglected to capture some shots of the room itself. Lesson learned (I hope).

In a corner of the room when you first walk in is a standing display case of a free set of postcards that match the theme of the room with the A to Z motif. The perforated card set has 8 cards attached and each card offers a collage of postal related items.It almost inspires me to create my own postage themed collage. I scanned them and added the photos to Flickr if you want to see them.

Thinking that one or two of you may want your own set of these cool cards, I grabbed a couple extras. Leave a comment if you would like one and I will draw two names to send them to. I will send anywhere so this is not limited to US residents.

The photos in the blog are different than the postcard images. If you want to see the postcards click here to visit my Flickr account where they are located.

9/16/2010 UPDATE with the names of the contest winners- Pamela G left a comment on Facebook and Vixen left a comment on the website blog. I will contact these two people and get their mailing information. If I can’t reach them then I will draw again and post another update. There were a total of 9 comments in the 3 locations and I numbered each person and drew two numbers to get the winners. Thank you!

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4 Comments

  1. annie on September 14, 2010 at 5:40 am

    I want one!! i really want to go to the postal museum. someday….

  2. Haley on September 14, 2010 at 1:16 pm

    What nice postcards!

  3. Jane Cullen on September 14, 2010 at 2:22 pm

    Wow! Those are awesome. I'd love to win a set! Count me in.

  4. Susan on September 14, 2010 at 3:03 pm

    I would love to win these postcards.

    Thanks for your posts on the postal museum. Love your newsletter, too!

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