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inspections of star, rural, messenger, and money order services and of post offices; (2) special reports about post-office construction, postmasters, mail contractors, rural mail carriers, postal clerks, and stagecoach robberies; (3) requests for postal stationery and lock boxes; (4) diagrams of proposed post-office locations; and (5) case reports concerning evasion of postage charges, fraudulent use of the mail, tampering with registered mail, post-office robberies, burning of post offices, and postmasters' embezzlements. Arranged chronologically.
RECORDS OF THE INSPECTION OFFICE, PHILADELPHIA, PA. May 12, 1896-July 21,
1909. 34 vols. 6 ft.
Press copies of records sent by the Post Office Inspector in charge to the Chief Postal Inspector, Washington, D. C., and by the special agent and Rural Mail Delivery District Supervisor, Pittsburgh Division, to the Post Office Inspector in charge of the Philadelphia Division. They comprise (1) Forms 567-D, 567-E, 567-F, 568-A, 573-A, 573-K, and 576-A relating to reports of arrest and preliminary hearing, indictment, result of trial' or final disposition, validity of postmaster's bond, irregularities at post offices, recommendations to remove postal employees, and evaluations of post-office inspections; (2) reports and descriptions of rural routes from postal inspectors about such subjects as evasion of postage charges, fraudulent use of the mail, tampering with registered mail, postoffice robberies, mail losses, burning of post offices, and mutilation of mail. Arranged chronologically.
RECORDS OF THE INSPECTION OFFICE, NEW YORK, N. Y. April 27-May 28, 1907,
and Sept. 10-Oct. 7, 1908. 2 vols. 4 in.
Press copies of records sent by the Post Office Inspector in Charge to the Chief Postal Inspector, Washington, D. C. They comprise (1) Form 573b, showing the condition of accounts of post offices; (2) approving bonds issued to postmasters; and (3) case reports from field postal inspectors about such subjects as evasion of postage charges, fraudulent use of the mail, tampering with registered mail, post-office robberies, mail losses, burning of post offices, and mutilation of mail. Arranged chronologically.
OF THE FOURTH ASSISTANT POSTMASTER GENERAL (ENTRY 16).
distribution of and requests for postal laws and regulations
Division of Rural Mails - memoranda 1-7 Committee on Experiment, Research, and Design 1-9
Canvas (for mais bags) 1-10 Rural carriers - salaries 1-12 Chief Coordinator - surplus supplies 1-13 United States Bureau of Efficiency 1-14 Committee on Personnel 1-140 Efficiency ratings 1-140 Injured employees 1-14E Monthly reports of changes in force 1-14F Personal requests for promotions, transfers, etc. 1-146 Changes among clerks in Bureau l-hž Daily report of sick employees 1-15 Painting of rural carrier vehicles
Rations used in feeding rural carriers' horses 1-16 City directories 1-17 Post route and rural delivery maps 1-18 Christmas holiday for rural carriers 1-20 Proposed merger of appropriations for Rural and Star Services 1-203 Report relating to deficit in star-contract service for the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1911 1-21 Postmaster General 1-21A Postmaster General - policy, etc. 1-213 Private secretary to the Postmaster General 1-22 Orders of the Postmaster General 1-26 Chief Clerk of the Post Office Department 1-30 Chief Clerk - reports as to the condition of work 1-30A Chief Clerk - quarterly statements as to employees in postal service 1-31 Chief Clerk - annual reports as to employees
First Assistant Postmastor General and Chief Clerk 1-34 Second Assistant Postmaster General and Chief Clerk 1-36 Third Assistant Postmaster General and Chief Clerk 1-37 Fourth Assistant Postmaster General and Chief Clerk 1-38 Accomplishments of the Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster 1-39 Chief Inspector 1-40 Purchasing Agent 1-41 Duties and functions of the Purchasing Agent: procedure for the
purchase of supplies.
1-51E 1-515 1-510 1-51R
1-52 1-52A 1-52B
1-52D 1-523 1-53 1-53A 1-53B
Bureau of the Budget
vestigation of the rural delivery service
disposed of by General Storekeeper's Section
close of business each day; weekly cost reports
to transfer of building from Watertown, N. Y., to the Post
Office Department, Washington, D. C.
ence with the Postmastor General
1-58 1-59 1-60 1-61 1-68 1-69 1-70 1-72 1-72 2 2-1
2-14 Solicitor for the Post Office Department 2-A Special Assistant to the Attorney General 2-64 Divisions of the Comptroller General 2-8 Comptroller for the Post Office Department 2-12B Correspondence with Members of the House and Senate 2-25 Navy Department 2-26A Department of Commerce 2-27 Treasury Department 2-28 House Bill - transportation of mails, compensation to companies
operating railroads 2-30 Interior Department 2-35 Good roads 2-35A Printing and binding 2-36A Committee on Aerial Photography, Surveying, and Mapping, Etc. 2-36B Committee on Liberty Loans 2-37 Correspondence and orders relating to the distribution of surplus
Army foodstuffs 2-38 U. S. Employees' Compensation Commission 3-1
Machines - tumbling wheels
Correspondence relating to inventory equipment 3-B Failure of postmasters to respond to inquiries relating to mail
Mechanical mail-assembling and distributing machines
General correspondence of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General 6-1 General correspondence
Chief Clerk - Postal Guide and Monthly Supplement
Claim of Marcus P. Norton vs. United States
Sick leave of rural carriers 9-B Visitors to divisions in the Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Post
master General 10 Chief Clerk - spa ce 10-2 Gasoline tax
Chief Coordinator - Surplus Property, Condemnation, and Sale of
Old Materials 13 Legislation relating to salaries of rural mail carriers 13-14 Readjustment of rural carriers' pay 15 Equipment for carrying rural mail 16-1 Liberty Loan Bonds
Establishment of rural routes 23 Division of Rural Mails - general correspondence
Chief Clerk - personnel
Accomplishments of the Bureau 30 General Superintendent of Engineering
Personnel, headquarters and engineering
Requests for lists of rural mail routes
deliverable Matter in Division of Dead Letters
Locally in Lieu of Shipping from Washington
42-E 42-G 42-11
42-12 42-13 42-15 42-16
42-18 42-19 42-21 42-22 412-23 42-24 42-26 42-27