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How To Address An Envelope

   December 19th, 2012

Nicely serendipitous with last week's reference question, the library recently received this envelope in the mail:

Envelope addressed: Chelmsford P. Librarian, Chelmsford Public Library, 25 Boston Road, Chelmsford, MA 01824

I'm not sure if this was deliberately done by a person, or just a computer filling in empty fields - either way, this sort of thing can brighten my entire day.

I hope everyone has a good holiday season - I'm visiting family in Ohio for Christmas, so I'll be off until next week. Oh, and regardless of your religion or tradition, be sure to search for Festivus on Google - enjoy! (hint: look to the left, and scroll down)




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2 Responses to “How To Address An Envelope”

  1. The Librarian With No Name Says:

    Those are always fun. I work at the Edmond Library, so half the junk mail we get is addressed to Mr. Edmond Library. I’ve even gotten form letters with several blanks filled in with “Mr. Library.”

  2. Bonegirl06 Says:

    I am known as Mrs. Periodicals :)