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Transportation and Communication - Postal Delivery
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S-A358
Item Date
ca 1910


The Marchwell postmaster carried the mail from the train to the post office for sorting.


Mail delivery occurred via a variety of methods. From trains and wagons to sleighs and boats the postal workers always got the mail sorted and delivered.

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Reference Number:
S-A358
Media Type:
photograph
Keywords:
Postal Service; Marchwell; Railway Station


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Image Preview S-A358 Photograph 01 - The Marchwell postmaster carried the mail from the train to the post office for sorting.
Image Preview R-A3453 Photograph 02 - The postmaster from Willow Bunch setting out from Regina with the mail and supplies.
Image Preview R-A36 Photograph 03 - In Regina the mail was delivered to the Legislative Assembly by horse and sleigh during the winter time.
Image Preview R-A17163 Photograph 04 - "Winter mail delivery in Lonesome Butte, near Wood Mountain."
Image Preview R-A2478 Photograph 05 - The mail for Westhope was rowed across the South Saskatchewan River from Hanley.
Image Preview R-B11689 Photograph 06 - Postal workers sort packages at the Grenfell post office.
Image Preview R-B11028 Photograph 07 - Hand cancelling letters at the Regina post office.
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