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The home of the postmaster was the only private residence destroyed.
After fighting for the Confederacy, Samuel McAlister received a position as postmaster—a prestigious role singling him out as one of the few literate men in his town.
Thomas E. Logan, who had been appointed postmaster by Abraham Lincoln in 1864, was an active member of the 1868 Pioneer Club and the 1869 Capital Club.
Since retiring as the postmaster general for Clarksville 28 years ago, car restoration has been Garrett’s main hobby.
One of them, Armand Roulin (Douglas Booth), is the story’s agnostic investigator, dispatched from Arles by his postmaster father (Chris O’Dowd) to deliver the last letter Van Gogh wrote.
The employees were sometimes granted leave over the objections of local postmasters, who faced staffing shortages and overtime costs.
The folks who knew her were outraged and more than 200 merchants and residents in Baltimore sent the postmaster a petition asking to keep her in place.
Gloria von Thurn und Taxis first visited the Palace of St. Emmeram in Regensburg, Germany, as the 19-year-old date of its owner, Johannes, 11th Prince of Thurn und Taxis, a descendant of the first postmaster of the Holy Roman Empire.
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