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Futility Closet

019-Testing the Post Office

34:30 | Jul 21st, 2014

In 1898, 19-year-old W. Reginald Bray made a thorough study of British postal regulations, which laid out rules for mailing everything from bees to elephants and promised that "all letters must be delivered as addressed." He resolved to give the serv...Show More