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The Postal History FoundationPostal History Foundation in Tucson AZ

920 N. First Avenue

Tucson, Arizona 85719

Phone: 520-623-6652


Operating Hours: 8AM - 3PM Monday through Friday

The Postal History Foundation is a privately funded nonprofit. The Foundation is a hub of postal research and education in the southwest. While it maintains the largest and one of the finest facilities dedicated to postal history in the western United States, the Foundation is also the only philatelic museum that operates an extensive youth education program.

The Peggy J. Slusser library houses a collection of more than 25,000 books, journals, US Post Office and United States Postal Service (USPS) publications. These provide scholars with a worldwide range of philatelic literature. The collection maintains a special emphasis on the United States, and is a rich source of Civil War literature, memorabilia and ephemera. The library is recognized as one of the top 42 libraries in the United States as best architecturally designed for The Postal History Foundation users.

Stamp Stories: The The Postal History Foundation specialty post office sells every stamp in current issue in the nation (shhh! even those that you normally have to send away for). Along with the sale of stamps, the fully capable post office can handle any large post office functions. (Hint: You won't find a long line here!) Another sales outlet handles sales of collectible materials. Exhibits A turn of the century post office with authentic fittings illustrate the postal service on the frontier. Special exhibits that change periodically further interpret postal history for The Postal History Foundation visitors. Please let us know if we can help you, your family or friends with any real estate in Arizona: info@MyOwnArizona.com. We are here for you!


Explore more of Tucson's Heritage:

⇒ San Xavier del Bac Mission

⇒ The Postal History Foundation

⇒ Southern Arizona Transportation Museum

⇒ Arizona Historical Society

⇒ Tucson Presidio San Agustín del Tucsón

⇒ Arizona State Museum

⇒ El Presidio Historic District

⇒ Airplane Graveyards

⇒ Tombstone's Historic Courthouse State Park

⇒ Amerind Foundation

⇒ Bisbee Mining & Historical Museum

⇒ Tucson Rodeo Parade Museum

⇒ Tucson Historic Train Depot

⇒ McFarland State Historic Park

⇒ Old Pueblo Trolley

⇒ Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

⇒ Hotel Congress

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