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AR­CHIVES The Postal Mu­seum 15-20 Phoenix Place, Lon­don, WC1X 0DA Ar­chive 020 8183 0067 Mu­seum 0300 0300 700 postal­mu­seum.org ar­chives@ postal­mu­seum.org

BT Ar­chives Hol­born Tele­phone Ex­change, 268-270 High Hol­born, Lon­don, WC1V 7EE 020 7440 4220 bt­plc.com/the­group/ bt­shis­tory/ bt­grouparchives ar­chives@ bt.com Union of Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Work­ers Ar­chive at the Mod­ern Records Cen­tre Univer­sity of War­wick Li­brary, Coven­try, CV4 7AL 024 7652 4219 mrc- cat­a­logue.war­wick.ac. uk/records/ UPW ar­chives@ war­wick.ac.uk BOOKS

Masters of the Post: the au­tho­rised his­tory of the Royal Mail by Dun­can Camp­bel­lSmith ( Pen­guin, 2012)

Of­fi­cial Guide to The Postal Mu­seum by An­drew Bur­net (Jar­rold Pub­lish­ing, 2017) Ter­ri­ers in the Trenches: the his­tory of the Post Of­fice Ri­fles by Charles Mes­sen­ger ( Pic­ton Pub­lish­ing, 1982)

Men of Let­ters: the Post Of­fice he­roes who fought the Great War by Dun­can Bar­rett (A A Pub­lish­ing, 2014) WEB­SITE Royal Mail his­tory 500years.royal­mail­group. com

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