The Union Post Office was established on July 1, 1923 as a station of Endicott per Postal Bulletin 13208. Prior to that, it was also called Union. It had a Zip Code of 13762. On January 15, 1966 per Postal Bulletin 20506, the Zip Code was changed to 13760.
Mailed to Endicott where magenta handstamp "To avoid delay in delivery please advise correspondents to address your mail to Union Station, Endicott, N.Y." was applied.
ENDICOTT, N.Y. UNION STA/MAY 22/2-30P/1928 Black 22mm CDS with Type C14 Flag cancel with no diespace. This type flag cancel was in use at Union Station from 1926 - 1931. 2 cent carmine stamped envelope paid the first class letter rate.
ENDICOTT, N.Y./FEB 12/10 AM/1935 Black 20mm CDS with International machine cancel on 3 cent purple Washington Bicentenial stamped envelope of 1932 (U526). Envelope paid the first class surface letter rate effective July 6, 1932.
Magenta "REGISTERED/No. 1682" in box. Dummy double oval killer cancels pair of 9 cent rose pink "prexies" which paid the 3 cent first class surface letter rate and the 15 cent registry fee for $5.00 or under indemnity effective July 1, 1932.
ENDICOTT, N.Y. (UNION STA.)/DEC/2/1943 Pair of magenta 28mm DCDS sealing envelope flap on back of cover.
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