4 edition of A glossary of the principal terms and words occuring in postal documents. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Published for the use of the postal staff by order of the codirector general.|
|Genre||Terms and phrases., Dictionaries., Dictionaries|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||102|
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COMPILED BY F. PO LETT I PUBLISHED FOR THE USE OF THE POSTAL STAFF BY ORDER OF THE CO-DIRECTOR GENERAL. and a blank column has been left. Glossary of Postal TermsTransmittal Letter Publication 32 July Transmittal Letter A. Purpose. This glossary defines the most widely used words and phrases unique to, or with special meaning within, the United States Postal Service ®.
It includes terms related to products and services, delivery and mail processing operations, automationFile Size: 2MB. Publication 32 - Glossary of Postal Terms July Transmittal Letter Introduction. Format and Organization; Style; Postal Terms List of Acronyms/Abbreviations.
Poletti: A glossary of the principal terms and words occuring in postal documents (Peking: Bureau of Engraving and Writing ) Digitized: Internet Archive (Book contributor: University of California Libraries, digitizing sponsor: MSN) No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie.
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