U.S. Postal Service Florida ZIP Code Directory, 1984

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Title

U.S. Postal Service Florida ZIP Code Directory, 1984

Alternative Title

Florida ZIP Code Directory

Subject

Post offices

Description

A ZIP code directory for the Central Florida area. This directory was created in June of 1984 and published in November of that same year by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). The directory explains how to use the dictionary, how to use ZIP codes in addresses, and what ZIP codes are. The directory also contains the locations of the various post offices within the Central Florida Area and the various ZIP codes within.

Before the implementation of ZIP codes, the U.S. Post Office Department (USPOD) used two-digit postal zones for large cities, beginning in 1943. Postal employee Robert Moon (1917-2011) first suggested a system of ZIP codes in 1944, but the concept was not implemented until 1963, USPOD introduced five-digit ZIP codes, as well as two-letter state abbreviations, nationwide. In 1983, a year before this directory was published, USPS introduced ZIP+4, an expanded ZIP code system with four additional digits to identify a geographic segment within the five-digit ZIP code area.

Source

Original directory, November 1, 1984: Private Collection of Texann Ivy Buck.

Date Created

1984-06

Date Issued

1984-11

Contributor

Buck, Texann Ivy

Is Format Of

Digital reproduction of original directory, November 1, 1984.

Format

image/jpg

Medium

32 page directory

Language

eng

Type

Text

Coverage

Altamonte Springs, Florida
Casselberry, Florida
Cocoa, Florida
DeLand, Florida
Kissimmee, Florida
Leesburg, Florida
Longwood, Florida
Melbourne, Florida
Merritt Island, Florida
Orange City, Florida
Orlando, Florida
Titusville, Florida
Vero Beach, Florida
Winter Park, Florida

Accrual Method

Donation

Mediator

History Teacher

Rights Holder

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This resources is provided here by RICHES of Central Florida for educational purposes only. For more information on copyright, please refer to Section 5 of Copyright Law of the United States of America and Related Laws Contained in Title 17 of the United States Code.

Contributing Project

Curator

Stoddard, James

Digital Collection

Source Repository

Private Collection of Texann Ivy Buck

External Reference

"ZIP Code." United States Postal Service. https://about.usps.com/publications/pub100/pub100_029.htm.
"Significant Years in U.S. Postal History." United States Postal Service. https://about.usps.com/publications/pub100/pub100_076.htm.

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