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Wells Fargo, jealously guarding its mail-delivery fees, tried to block the postmaster general from instituting free rural delivery in the late 1800s.
Her father, Harry, was the local postmaster general; her mother, the former Ann Nelson, was a homemaker.
His great-great-grandfather, Albert Sidney Burleson, spent 14 years in Congress and went on to serve as postmaster general in Woodrow Wilson’s administration.
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