No question here, just a story. Comment, if you wish.
My mother routinely wrote home from college. The correspondence, with related envelopes, somehow survived 60+ plus years of storage. The image is one of the more "busy" examples. There are dozens of pieces, almost all with a special delivery plus a commemorative first class stamp of some kind. A few strips of three 1-cent coils (Scott 839) appear.
I realize the stamps are of almost no value. Also, the letter contents are of no interest beyond immediate family. My daughter, who is now in college and is walking in her grandmother's footsteps, may be the only person in the world motivated to read through all this stuff. I'll either scan the documents or store them in clear sleeves. *** Moved by Staff to a more appropriate forum. ***