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Henry Tilling: public perceptions of the Post Office, late 1960s
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Tilling, Henry, 1924- (speaker, male)
Henry Tilling talks about public perceptions of the Post Office, and the family nature of the businessin the late 1960s.
This is a short extract from a life story oral history interview recorded for the National Life Stories project 'An Oral History of the Post Office' and published on the CD 'Speeding The Mail: An Oral History of the Post Office' (British Library and the British Postal Museum and Archive, 2005).