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May 10, 2011

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Gary S. Levitt

It is so gratifying to see these articles the day after we had a ceremony honoring Dr. Walter W. Wolery. Since the publication that appeared in Midwest Guest, we have gutted the museum and started from scratch. All was completed and dedicated on Feb 19, 2012. Our website is a work in progress but the three minute tour will give you a better understanding of what we are today. Five murals including a 3D mural of the Capitol Theatre have been completed along with our to creation of a 15 foot Railway Mail Service compartment as was used in Delphos on the AC&Y railway. Please call me for more information. 419-303-5482 or 419-204-5315

Dominique King

Thanks for keeping in touch, Gary. I'm glad to hear that the museum is still going strong and improving its collection. It was a very interesting visit when we were there last year, and I'll look forward to checking in with you when we're back out your way!

Anne O'Keefe

It is nice to see another stamp museum doing good work with education and preservation of postal history here in the United States. Being from the Spellman Museum of Stamps & Postal History in Weston, MA and being the oldest stamp museum in the United States, we are always please to see more being done to education the general public related to Postal History. Keep up the good work.

Dominique King

Thanks for stopping by, Anne. Who knew that postal history was so fascinating!?

Danny   Schleeter

Gary I need a program for. Methodist. Men. Supper. Jan 7. 6:30. Pm. Can you help ph me Danny. Schleeter. 419 202 6776. Thanks

Dominique King

Hi Danny-

I'll try to forward your message to Gary...or you can try connecting with him on Facebook at Gary S. Levitt

Dave McWhorter

Hello, I have acquired the minutes for the Ohio postmaster Annual meeting held back in the 1930's. I would like to track down the name of the person that wrote the minutes in the book.Any ideas?

Thanks Dave

Dominique King

Dave-
You should contact Gary (the museum's founder and curator) directly and ask this question. Here's the link for contacting the museum http://postalhistorymuseum.org/about/contact/ -- or you can try connecting with Gary directly on Facebook (Gary S. Levitt). Hopefully, he'll be able to give you a good answer :)

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