Companies

  • Lung Force initiative promoters standing in front of the White House holding a sign.

    American Lung Association

  • Palletts full of magazines in a warehouse.

    Quad/Graphics

  • Data-Mail employee operating an Admark machine

    Data-Mail

  • Stacks of boxes with a plie of labels and a computer

    Pirate Ship

  • Littleton Stamp and Coin employees standing in front of building.

    Littleton Coin Company

  • Stock certificate

    JPMorgan Chase

  • Large parcel shipping truck

    OSM Worldwide

  • Woman working with an envelope machine.

    Access Worldwide

  • Woman working with small packages in a mail shop.

    Salesian Missions

  • Employees in office working with mail.

    AT Direct

  • Envelope machine

    Tension Corporation

  • Newspaper employees working with a linotype and a proof press, circa 1916.

    The Nebraska Signal

  • High speed mail sorting machine

    Pitney Bowes

  • The Domtar Mill at Nighttime

    Domtar

The mailing industry consists of all the organizations and companies that communicate with customers and constituents through the U.S. Mail on a large scale — from direct marketers, to publishers, to nonprofits, to public entities — as well as all the businesses that help prepare mail, such as ad agencies, print shops, software vendors and transportation providers.

The following companies have joined the National Postal Museum to help tell the story of America’s Mailing Industry.