(October 10, 1816 to present)
The Post Office name was originally spelled Lubeck.
Lubec, District of Maine, March 31, 1817, rated 18½ due for distance of 150 to 400 miles to Amesbury, Massachusetts. Missent to Salisbury, Massachusetts, and forwarded to Boston, Massachusetts, and rated an additional 10¢ due for distance of 30 to 80 miles from Amesbury to Boston. Instructions at lower left request forwarding to Boston to if Mr. Barnard is in Boston.
Letter datelined Moose Island, N.B.(Eastport Maine, during War 1812 British occupation), October 12, 1817, enters the mails at Lubeck, District of Maine, October 14, 1817, rated 12½¢ for distance of 80 to 150 miles to Frankfort, District of Maine.
Lubec, Maine, June 5, 1849, rated 5¢ due for distance under 300 miles to "Musket's Harbor," Saint George, Maine.
Lubec, Maine, December 27, circa 1856, 3¢ dull red 1851 pays the rate for distance under 3,000 miles to Providence, Rhode Island. John Freemont campaign cover (Milgram JF-36) with John Andrews imprint.
Lubec, Maine, August 18, 1900, letter to London, England.
Lubec, Maine, August 24, 1900, letter to London, England.
Lubec, Maine, May 16, 1938, National Airmail Week event cover.