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Starboard, Maine

(May 17, 1905 to March 15, 1907)

The 1905 to 1907 Starboard office was formerly known as  Sprague.
(August 14, 1909 to October 15, 1918)
(April 15, 1919 to September 30, 1955)

 

Glen Cove, Maine, April 9, 1906 1¢ blue green 1902 third bureau issue pays the postcard rate to Starboard, Maine.  Postmarked on receipt, Starboard, Maine April 10, 1906 (open May 17, 1905 to March 15, 1907)

Starboard, Maine, October 16, 1906, real photo postcard of Machias, Maine, 1¢ blue green 1902 third bureau issue pays the postcard rate to Boston, Massachusetts.

Starboard, Maine (open August 14, 1909 to October 15, 1918), October 19, 1916, letter to Orono, Maine.

Starboard, Maine (open April 15, 1919 to September 30, 1955), April 10, 1939, letter to Auburn, Maine.


 

 

 

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