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English: The first U.S. aerogram, then called a air letter, the modern transformation of the letter sheet. First day of Issue, 29 April 1947. Used to Topeka, Kansas, USA. Back inscription: "If anything is enclosed, this letter will be sent by ordinary mail".
Source U.S. Government aerogram; scan of original owned by the contributor.
Author United States Post Office Department


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