USPS® National Historians Committee

3.53 The national historian is responsible for the collection, preservation, indexing and display of material and items of historical value to USPS, much of which is located in USPS headquarters.

The historian maintains genealogical records of squadrons [Refer to 7.18 on page 7.8] and districts[Refer to 4.40 on page 4.12] as well as a biographical record of all USPS national officers. The historian's staff consists of the historian committee members who are assigned oversight responsibilities to specific districts. These committee members are liaisons to the districts and assist the district historians in the performance of their duties.

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