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Milltown, Maine
(February 10, 1827 to April 11, 1835)
(April 24, 1837 to December 31, 1909)
Milltown Station Calais, Maine
(December 31, 1909 to present)
Milltown, Maine  May 24, 1832 (open February 10, 1827 to April 11, 1835), manuscript townmark, rated 18¾¢ due for distance of 150 to 400 miles to Thomaston, Maine.
Milltown, Maine (open April 24, 1837 to December 31, 1909), March 21, 1838, "Milltown . ME" in arc townmark, paid 10¢ for distance of 30 to 80 miles to Machias, Maine.
Milltown, Maine (open April 24, 1837 to December 31, 1909), June 10, no year date but circa 1846-51, paid 5¢ for distance less than 300 miles to Waterville, Maine.

Milltown, Maine (open April 24, 1837 to December 31, 1909), October 29, 1856, 3¢ dull red pays the 3¢ rate for distance under 3,000 miles to Machias, Maine.

Milltown, Maine (open April 24, 1837 to December 31, 1909), October 7, 1859, 3¢ dull red 1857 pays the 3¢ rate for distance under 3,000 miles to Lowell, Massachusetts.  Postmark appears to read "MIELTOWN". 
Milltown, Maine (open April 24, 1837 to December 31, 1909), August 1, no year date but circa 1862-68, 3¢ rose 1861 pays domestic rate to Pawtucket, Rhode Island.  Envelope with embossed corner card for Gates & Wentworth, Manufacturers and Dealers in Lumber, Calais, Maine.
Milltown, Maine (open April 24, 1837 to December 31, 1909), January 29, 1890, postage stamped envelope to Boston, Massachusetts.
Milltown Station, Calais, Maine, February 24, 1918, post card to Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
 
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