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Zip code marketing and publications: Announcement of inauguration by PMG Day, November 1962 and undated

Zip code marketing and publications: Announcement of inauguration by PMG Day, November 1962 and undated
28 November 1962, undated
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Hahn, H. Bentley (Henry Bentley), 1910-1998
HBHPP-001-022
H. Bentley Hahn Personal Papers. Postal Files, 1953-1983. Zip code marketing and publications: Announcement of inauguration by PMG Day, November 1962 and undated. HBHPP-001-022. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series consists of correspondence, marketing and business publications, and reports generated by H. Bentley Hahn during his work on the Zone Improvement Plan (ZIP Code). The bulk of the material is from the initial development and marketing of the ZIP code in the 1960s, but also includes a small amount of material on the twentieth anniversary in 1983.
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