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World’s Smallest Postal Service | Mission Dist.

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Saturday, March 13, 2010 - 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Free to watch, $8 if you'd like to order a letter

The World’s Smallest Postal Service (WSPS) is a teeny tiny transcription service and roaming post office. Artist Lea Redmond is the Postmaster, setting up her tiny mobile office in cafes and shops where passers-by can write a letter and have it turned into a “world’s smallest letter.”

Your letter is transcribed on a miniature desk in the tiniest of script, sealed with a miniscule wax seal with the sender’s initial pressed into it, packaged up with a magnifying glass in a glassine envelope, and finished off with a large wax seal. It is a double delight: for both the sender and the recipient.

The World’s Smallest Post Office
Saturday, March 13th from 2pm to 6pm
Free to watch letters being made, $8 to order your own.

Where: The Curiosity Shoppe – 855 Valencia Street (twn 19th & 20th) – Mission District, SF

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Cost: FREE*
*Free to watch, $8 if you'd like to order a letter


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