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,N.Y./OCT 21/1-PM/1942 CDS 21mm, Black; Machine cancel on pair of 3 cent violet (#905) Magenta VIA AIR MAIL, magenta pointing hand "Returned" Forwarded from San Francisco, CA to Fort Benning, GA before being returned to sender.
JOHNSON CITY,N.Y./SEP 19/12-M/1948 CDS 20mm, Black; Machine cancel tying 5 cent carmine airmail (#C33) First Flight cover A.M.94 westbound.
JOHNSON CITY,N.Y./NOV 8/9-AM/1948 CDS 20mm, Black; Machine cancel on pair of 3 cent violet (#959) First Flight cover A.M.94 eastbound(94 E14)
JOHNSON CITY,N.Y./MAR 16/1951 Magenta Johnson City DCDS on back of envelope. Magenta "REGISTERED /NO. 2651" in box. Black "dumb" double ovals tie 15 cent blue green airmail (#C35) and 5 cent blue and 20 cent blue green "prexies" (# 810 & #825) to registered cover mailed to Lugaj, Romania. Postage paid the 15 cent international airmail rate plus the 25 cent registration fee.
JOHNSON CITY,N.Y./MAY 30/1-PM/1951 Black 21mm CDS, Black wavy machine cancel ties 6 cent carmine airmail (C39) to cover commemorating the dedication of the Broome County Airport. Stamp Collectors of the Triple Cities cachet.
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