Postal Uniform History (Part 5)

1901 Coatless

In 1901, postal uniform shirts were allowed as outerwear in hot weather.

During the heated term, postmasters may permit letter carriers to wear a neat shirt waist or loose-fitting blouse, instead of coat and vest, the same to be made of light-gray chambray, gingham, light-gray cheviot, or other light-gray washable material, to be worn with turn-down collar, dark tie, and neat belt, all to be uniform at each office.

– 1902 Postal Laws and Uniform Regulations

Postal Uniform History 1902

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facts provided by: HISTORIAN UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE MAY 2002

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