Business Reply Mail - Scout Mail - United States

By Hallvard Slettebø



Unknown year, 1930's?14:57 08.07.2015 First Class Permit No. 1739, San Francisco,
used by Boy Scouts of America, San Francisco Area Council.
A precanceled 2c postage due stamp was affixed when the receiver paid for the postage.




1930's, First Class Permit No. 889, New York, N.Y. imprint.
Used by Boy Scouts of America for subscription renewals.



Unknown year, 1930's or 1940's? Permit No. 899, New York, used by Boy Scouts of America Headquarters.






1941. First Class Permit No. 6, New York, N.Y., used by Boy Scouts of America, Lace Tahoe Council.
This Business Reply Mail card for ordering canned fruit was mailed in this envelope together with this letter.
This was probably a fund raising campaign.



1942. First Class Permit No. 6, New York, N.Y., used by Boy Scouts of America, Lace Tahoe Council.
This Business Reply Mail envelope was mailed in the shown envelope in a fund raising campaign together with this letter.



Unknown year, 1990's?. Permit No. 10, Murray, KY, National Scouting Museum.


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