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The 1970 Postal Strike - National Postal Museum

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03/17/2010

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I'm a docent, and was called in to give tours to the attendees - my tour folks all turned out to be NALC union carriers who'd gone out on strike in '70. The "kid" in the group was 67.

I encouraged them to record their stories in our oral history program, and was gratified to see several of them do this.

These guys absolutely *loved* the museum, and I don't think they'd known about us before. Several of the guys said they're coming back with family.

This is a group I don't think we've served as well as we could have.

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