This Day In Norwood History-January 2

THREE NORWOOD CARRIERS 35 YEARS IN SERVICE

Wed, Jan 2, 1935 – 35 · The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts) · Newspapers.com

NORWOOD, Jan 2—Three local postal carriers yesterday observed the completion of 35 years’ service, and it is estimated that during this time they have traveled 315,000 miles.

On Jan 1, 1900, James J. Reardon, George E. Everett and Roy A. Fairbanks went out on their first deliveries, and from that time on, six days a week, they have carried the mail.

They have seen many changes in the postal system since the inauguration of the delivery service.

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