The Johnson City Post Office was established in Broome County on September 20, 1915. Prior to then it was Lestershire. The first postmaster of Johnson City was J. M. Kennedy. The Johnson City Post Office continues in operation today with a Zip Code of 13790.
JOHNSON CITY,NY/AUG 5/1-PM/1916 CDS 22mm, Black; American Postal Machines Company Flag cancel (Type A14) on 1 cent green (#424) on post card. This cancel is known in use at Johnson City from 1915 to 1925.
JOHNSON CITY,NY/DEC10/7-PM/1917 CDS 22mm, Black; American Postal Machines Company Flag cancel (Type A14) on 2 cent carmine on amber postal stationery (#U412e), uprated with a 1 cent green Washington (#462) to meet the new first class war-time letter rate that had become effective in the previous month.
JOHNSON CITY,NY/NOV14/1-PM/1919 CDS 23mm, Black; American Postal Machines Company Flag cancel (Type A14) on pair of 1 cent green Washingtons which paid the new post-war reduced first class letter rate of July 1, 1919.
JOHNSON CITY,NY/JUL 19/5-PM/1941 Black 20mm CDS, wavy line machine cancel ties 3 cent violet (#901) to underpaid cover to Chautauqua, NY. Purple "Postage due 3 cents" applied at Chautauqua along with three 1 cent dull carmine postage due stamps (#J80) tied by double oval killers.
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