Auburn
Androscoggin County, Maine

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V. F. Thomas Co. - 183 Pleasant Street, Apartment 1 - Canton, Maine  04221
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(updated 30 October 2015)


Postmarks from the city of Auburn include:
Auburn (1)
Auburn (2)
Auburn Great Falls Station
Auburn Plains
Auburn Sta. No. 1
Auburn Sta. No. 2
Auburn Sta. No. 3
Auburn Sta. No. 4
Briggs Corner
Center Minot
Danville
Dirigo (2)
East Auburn
Goff's Corner
Lewiston Falls
Lewiston Junction
Nason's Mills
North Auburn
South Auburn
South Danville
West Auburn
West Danville



Auburn (2)

1854 December 27:
   Auburn (2) post office opened. (source: Maine Philatelic Society. 1995. The Post Offices of Maine: A Rarity Guide.)

1890 March 26:
   The circular postmark is approximately 28 mm in diameter. The visible portion of the bullseye cancellation to the right of the circle is approximately 29 mm tall and 22 mm wide, and shows portions of 6 concentric rings. Note the space between the M and E of the state abbreviation.
      

1949 November 10:
   The circular postmark on the face of this cover is 29–30 mm in diameter. The elliptical cancellation to the right of the circle is approximately 33 mm tall, with 4 bars both above and below the numeral. The circular postmark on the back of this cover is approximately 21 mm in diameter. The rectangle bearing the words "Wear your red feather proudly!" is approximately 43 mm by 20–21 mm, and the longest visible horizontal bars at the right of the rectangle are 15 mm long.
             

today:
   Auburn (2) post office is still in operation.



Danville

1823 January 1:
   Danville post office opened. (source: Maine Philatelic Society. 1995. The Post Offices of Maine: A Rarity Guide.)

1852:
   Postmaster: Jeremiah Stinchfield (source: Maine Register and State Reference Book. 1852.)

1934 August 20 through 1949 July 26:
   The circular postmark is 31–33 mm in diameter. The four horizontal bars to the right of the circle are approximately 6 mm apart on center.
         

today:
   Danville post office is still in operation.