US Post Office, 1789 to 1901

Official Register of the United States, 1816 - 1959

Don Heller, 29 October 2023






In this file:
Related files:
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1785 1789 1793 1794 1796   
1881
1883
1885
1887
1889
1802 1813 1816 1817 1819

1891
1893
1895
1897
1899
1821 1823 1825 1827 1829

1901
1903
1905
1907
1909
1831 1833 1835 1837 1839

1911
1913
1915
1917
1919
1841 1843 1845 1847 1849

1921
1923
1925 1926 1927 1928 1929
1851 1853 1855 1857 1859
1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939
1861 1863 1865 1867 1869
1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949
1871 1873 1875 1877 1879
1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959




The data given here is from the Official Register of the United States, as published from 1816 to 1959, when the series ended.  It was known variously as the Biennial Register, since it was originally issued every two years in time for the first meeting of a new Congress, or the Blue Book, since the cover was originally blue.  As originally conceived, the Register listed every officer, employee and contractor of the U.S. Government, with their compensation and some personal information.

The United States Register, in 1794, claimed to be the first published list of government officers.  There were three official lists in 1793, 1802 and 1813, but they were not intended as part of a continuing series.  There were unofficial lists, starting with city directories in Philadelphia and New York in 1785 and 1786, and official accounting records, starting in 1789 (published first in 1793).

The Post Office listings in the Official Register are in three broad categories - the General Post Office, in Washington, D.C.; the post offices and postmasters, throughout the country; and the transport system between offices, largely by contractors.  The Auditor's office in the Treasury Dept., and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, are also included.  From 1879 to 1911, a distinction was made between The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service, on the basis of headquarters or field location.  Lists specific to the Post office appeared in 1790, 1791, etc., and these may be considered preliminary to the Official Register.

The early Registers give each low-level General Post Office employee's function only generally, as clerk, book keeper, messenger, or watchman, and the headquarters organization was largely undifferentiated.  The first specific function is in 1829, two employees "for opening dead letters".  The first separation into divisions and offices was in 1831, and job descriptions became much more detailed.  From 1837 to 1859, the list contains names and no details except at the highest levels.  Offices are again listed from 1861, but the quantity of information varies widely from one edition to the next.

The postmaster compensation data can be used to estimate the size or activity of a post office, though this takes some effort and much faith in the reliability of the data across the years.  If all you need to know is, is this a small office or a large office?, that can be determined with certainty.  From 1841 to 1859, postmaster compensation and post office net proceeds together give the gross income of the office, but for larger offices the compensation of clerks and carriers must also be considered.  Note that the 1843 data is for two years, not one, and others may be for two or three quarters only.  The compensation data for Southern post offices in 1861 extends only for three quarters (to Mar. 31) or to May 31, when the US postal service ended in the Confederate states.

Complete Post Office listings continued until 1911, when their length finally overwhelmed the production of the Register, and they were mostly eliminated.

Legal basis
The data was to be collected as of ...
The general organization of the Post Office listings expanded over the years, as the Department grew in size and complexity.  A distinction is made between the Post Office (headquarters in Washington) and the Postal Service (everything else, everywhere else).
Outside the Post Office Department itself, we have included listings for
There are additional listings with some relation to the Post Office, but not included here in further detail,
Further listings that may be of interest include

The first glimmers of an automated system of employee records are seen in 1911 (ref), 1913 (ref), and 1915 (ref).

The Post Office listing eventually became so lengthy and so long delayed that it was published as a second volume from 1879 to 1911.
The volumes from 1907 to 1921 include a lengthy Preface by the Director of the Census, intended to support the Director's repeated requests for revision of the laws governing the Official Register.  Frequent complaints involved
Volume II, with the Post Office data, drew considerable attention, and it was finally agreed in the Act of 22 Oct. 1913 to eliminate Vol. II entirely.  "It was necessary to obtain the names of the employees in the Postal Service by correspondence with each postmaster in the United States, and the accuracy of the returns furnished was in many cases very doubtful.  The task of preparing the volume was of such magnitude that a period of more than six months elapsed between the date to which it related and the date of its publication, and so many changes were made in the service during that time that it was of little value when finally issued." (ref).  It was noted in 1919, "That this very considerable economy is satisfactory to the public is evidenced by the fact that since the discontinuance of the volume no complaint has been received and very few inquiries have been made for the information formerly contained in that section of the Register." (ref).

The Preface in 1913, 1915, 1917 and 1919 ended with recommendations for revisions to reduce the cost and increase the utility of the series; in 1921 it ended with a recommendation to discontinue the series entirely (ref).  The 1923 Register was not published, by order of the chairman of the Joint Committee on Printing (ref), as a cost-saving measure, but it was restarted as an annual in 1925 (ref).

The Annual Report of the Public Printer [Government Printing Office] for 1925 summarized the situation (ref).
The Official Register survived in its much-reduced form until 1959.

See also, for descriptions of the series,
Some examples of using the Official Register in studies on postal and post office history, at the state and local level,
On the State Department Despatch Agents, see
Some departments published their own personnel lists, often with more detail and some historical data.  Here are some examples: Additional references,



To avoid repetitious publication data in the main table, titles are shortened and the common items are listed here, extracted from the title pages, or other pages as indicated.

Title, short version
Title
Names, official titles, compensation, etc. (neglecting small variations in capitalization and punctuation)
Ships and Vessels (neglecting small variations in punctuation) Bank of the United States
Printers (neglecting small variations in punctuation) Credits
Printed by ...
There are two sets of identifiers for Government publications which are included here.
We have included references to another three official publications of direct interest. The following lists are incorporated.
Several digital collections are referenced.  These are subscription services available at many university and some public libraries.  Their terms of service prohibit redistribution of digital images found there.
Several online catalogs have been helpful,
We have also used the (actual) book collections at the American Philatelic Research Library, and Pennsylvania State University.

Note that the almanacs generally do not indicate a publication date on the cover or title page; it is usually assumed to be toward the end of the previous year.

As of ... links
1785
unofficial
Francis White, The Philadelphia Directory.
Philadelphia : Young, Stewart and M'Culloch, 1785, [4] + 98 + [2] p.
Preface dated October 27, 1785; advertisement on last page dated 25th November, 1785.
  • The hon. the Members of Congress, p. 84-85 (link); "A complete List of Delegates could not be obtained", as the election returns had not all arrived yet.
  • Grand Departments of the United States, p. 86 (link)
    • Foreign Affairs, War, Treasury
Macpherson's Directory of Philadelphia, 1785, the first printed and separately-published directory of an American city, had no lists of the city, state or national government.  White's directory appeared soon after; some believe it was first.

1785
unofficial
A Register for The State of Connecticut, with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1785.
New London (CT) : T. Green, 1785, 60 p.
Preface dated January 1785.
  • List of the Post-Masters and Post-Offices on the Post Roads throughout the United States, p. 27-28.
  • Packets, between l'Orient [France] and New York, p. 29.
  • Names of the Consuls appointed by the French King to reside in the United States of America, in order to favor commerce with them and France; American Ministers at foreign Courts, Who are also to negotiate Treaties of Commerce in behalf of the United States, p. 29-30.
  • American Congress; Civil Officers under Congress, p. 34-35.
  • Roads, p. 44-47.
1785
unofficial
Bailey's Pocket Almanac, being an American Annual Register, For the Year of our Lord 1785.
Philadelphia : Francis Bailey, [1785], [80] p. + flags + map.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 18338, from the Library of Congress
  • Time of the Post's arrival at, and departure from the General Post-Office, in Philadelphia, p. 61-62.
  • Stages; Table of Roads, p. 76-80.
1785
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1785.
New York : H. Gaine, [1784], [48] p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 18612, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • ESTC
  • Published annually since 1755.
  • List of the Post-Masters, and Post-Offices, on the Main Post Road, throughout the United States of America, p. 42-43.
  • Time of the Post's Arrival at, and Departure from the Post-Office in New York, p. 44.
  • Stages from New-York to Philadelphia; Roads, p. 45-48.
1786
unofficial
David Franks, The New-York Directory.
New York : Shepard Kollock, 1786.
  • The Honorable the Members of Congress, p. 53-54
  • Grand Departments of the United States, p. 55-56
    • Foreign Affairs, War, Treasury
1786
unofficial
Bailey's Pocket Almanac, being an American Annual Register, For the Year of our Lord 1786.
Philadelphia : Francis Bailey, [1786], 80 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Library of Congress
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 18922, from the Library of Congress
  • Time of the Post's arrival at, and departure from the Post-Office, in Philadelphia, p. 55-56.
  • Stages; Table of Roads, p. 76-80.
1786
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1786.
1786
unofficial
Green's Register For the State of Connecticut: with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1786.
New London (CT) : T. Green, 1786, 84 p.
Preface dated Dec. 1785.
  • American Congress, Commissioners appointed, American Ministers at Foreign Courts, Ministers and Consuls from Foreign Courts, p. 57-61.
  • List of the Post-Masters and Post-Offices on the Post Roads throughout the United States, p. 64-65.
  • [Post] Roads, p. 68-71.
1787
unofficial
David C. Franks, The New-York Directory.
New York : Loudons, 1787.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 20369, from the New-York Historical Society
  • Grand Departments of the United States, p. 55-57
    • Foreign Affairs, War, Treasury, ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Congressional secretary, etc.
1787
unofficial
The Pennsylvania Almanack, for the Year of our Lord 1787.
Philadelphia : Eleazer Oswald, 40 p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 20023, from the British Library
  • Officers acting under authority of Congress, p. 31-32.
    • Treasury, War, Foreign Affairs, Post Office (with list of deputy postmasters)
  • Stages, Posts and Packets, p. 29-30.  Roads, p. 39-40.
  • The 1788 and 1789 editions lack this information; see next, 1790.
1787
unofficial
Bailey's Pocket Almanac, being an American Annual Register, For the Year of our Lord 1787.
Philadelphia : Francis Bailey, 1786, 80 p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 19488, from the New York Public Library
  • Posts and Packets, p. 56.  Stages; Table of Roads, p. 77-81.
1787
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1787.
1788
unofficial
Fleets Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1788, To which is annexed the Massachusetts Register.
Boston : T. & J. Fleet, [1787], 20 + 134 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library.  p. 12-13, 4-5, 69-70 missing.
  • [Post] Roads, p. 17-20.
  • List of the Members and Officers of the Continental Congress, p. 57.
  • Officers in the Departments of Congress, Treasury Department, Department of War, Department for Foreign Affairs, etc., p. 58-60, 130.
    • with salary information, including the President
  • American and Foreign Ambassadors, Consuls, etc., p. 60-63.
  • Packet Boats, p. 63.
  • List of Post-Masters on the Post Roads, p. 64-65.
  • The Grand Federal Convention, p. 126.
  • Index, p. 131-133.
1788
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1788.
1789
unofficial
The New-York Directory, and Register, For the Year 1789.
New York : Hodge, Allen, and Campbell, 1789.  Preface dated July 4th, 1789.
  • Government of the United States, p. 101-105
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, ministers to the U.S.; state governors
    • "It was the intention of the editors to have here [after the House] inserted the names of all the public officers appointed under the new constitution, but the different departments not being yet established, it is not in their power to insert them this year.", p. 103
  • Post Office, New York, p. 134-135
1789
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1789.
1789
unofficial
Green's Register, For the State of Connecticut: with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1789.
New London (CT) : T. Green, 1789, 108 p.
  • American and Foreign Ambassadors, Consuls, etc., p. 91.
  • [Post] Roads, p. 105-106.  Index, p. 107.
1789
legal
Acts of the First Congress, First Session.
1 Stat. 28, 27 July 1789, An Act for establishing an Executive Department, to be denominated the Department of Foreign Affairs.
1 Stat. 49, 7 Aug. 1789, An Act to establish an Executive Department, to be denominated the Department of War.
1 Stat. 50, 7 Aug. 1789, An Act to provide for the Government of the Territory Northwest of the river Ohio.
1 Stat. 65, 2 Sep. 1789, An Act to establish the Treasury Department.
1 Stat. 67, 11 Sep. 1789, An Act for establishing the Salaries of the Executive Officers of Government, with their Assistants and Clerks.
1 Stat. 68, 15 Sep. 1789, An Act to provide for the safe-keeping of the Acts, Records and Seal of the United States, and for other purposes.  § 1, Dept. of Foreign Affairs renamed Dept. of State.
1 Stat. 70, 22 Sep. 1789, An Act for the temporary establishment of the Post-Office.
1 Stat. 70, 22 Sep. 1789, An Act for allowing Compensation to the Members of the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States, and to the Officers of both Houses.
1 Stat. 72, 23 Sep. 1789, An Act for allowing certain Compensation to the Judges of the Supreme and other Courts, and to the Attorney General of the United States.
1 Stat. 72, 24 Sep. 1789, An Act for allowing a Compensation to the President and Vice President of the United States.
1 Stat. 73, 24 Sep. 1789, An Act to establish the Judicial Courts of the United States.  Marshals, District Attorneys, Attorney General.

1790
List of Post Offices, and the Receipts and Expenditures to January 5, 1790.
  • Requested by the House, 15 Apr. 1790 (ref); dated 26 Apr. 1790; delivered to the House 27 Apr. 1790 (ref).
  • Reprinted in American State Papers, Post Office Department, No. 3, p. 8-12 (link).
Post Office names, arranged by routes, but no postmaster names; some contractor information.  Receipts, emoluments of the postmaster, incidental expenses, net revenue.  For three months, 5 Oct. 1789 to 5 Jan. 1790.

1790
unofficial
The New-York Directory, and Register, For the Year 1790.
New York : Hodge, Allen, and Campbell, 1790.
  • Government of the United States, p. 114-121
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, ministers to the U.S., Treasury Dept., War Office, State Dept., etc.; state governors
  • Post Office, New York, p. 143-144
1790
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1790.
1790
unofficial
The Pennsylvania Almanack, for the Year of our Lord 1790.
Philadelphia : Eleazer Oswald, 32 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • List of the Names of the President, Vice-President, Senators and Representatives of the United States, p. 23
  • Foreign Ministers, Ambassadors, etc. [to the US]; Governors of the different States, p. 24
  • Stages, Posts, p. 28
  • Officers of the United States, p. 31
    • Treasury, State, War, Post Office, etc.
1790
unofficial
Fleets Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1790, To which is annexed the Massachusetts Register.
Boston : T. & J. Fleet, 1789, 20 + 150 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library.
  • [Post] Roads, p. 17-20.
  • Names of the Principal Officers in the British Governments in North America [Canada], p. 24.
  • List of the Federal Legislature, etc. of the United States of America, p. 25-35, 150.
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Treasury, War, Judicial, Western Territory, etc., with salary information
  • American and Foreign Ambassadors, Consuls, etc., p. 36-37.
  • List of Post-Masters on the Post Roads, p. 59-61.
  • Index, p. 148-150.
1790
unofficial
Green's Register For the State of Connecticut: with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1790.
New London (CT) : T. Green & Son, 1789, 80 + 16 p.
  • Officers under the present Government of the United States, p. 49-56.
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, etc., with some salary information
  • List of the Post-Masters and Post Offices on the main Post Road, throughout the United States of America, p. 67-68.
  • Judiciary, p. 68-70.
  • List of Persons employed Abroad, [and foreign appointments in the US], p. 70-72.
  • [Post] Roads, p. 14-15.
  • Index, p. 16.
1790
legal
Acts of the First Congress, Second Session.
1 Stat. 123, 26 May 1790, An Act for the Government of the Territory of the United States, south of the river Ohio.
1 Stat. 126, 4 June 1790, An act supplemental to the Act for establishing the Salaries of the Executive Officers of Government, with their assistants and Clerks.  One additional clerk, State Dept.

1791
unofficial
Clement Biddle, The Philadelphia Directory.
Philadelphia : James & Johnson, 1791.  Copyright date 18 Mar. 1791.
  • Officers of the Government of the United States, p. 148-163 (link)
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Treasury Dept., Post Office, War Dept., Judiciary, Governors of the states and territories
  • Post Office, United States, with list of post offices and postmasters, p. 158-160 (link)
  • Post Office, Philadelphia, p. 169 (link)
The postmaster list includes appointments made as late as 21 Dec. 1790, by comparison to the Postmaster General's Letter Books.

1791
unofficial
William Duncan, The New-York Directory, and Register, For the Year 1791.
New York : T. and J. Swords [and T. Greenleaf], 1791.
  • Government of the United States, p. 1-11, 71 (following p. 146)
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., Treasury Dept., U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Judiciary, Governors of the states and territories, War Dept. (p. 71)
  • Post Office, New York, p. 67-68 (following p. 146)
1791
unofficial
Fleets' Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1791, To which is annexed the Massachusetts Register.
Boston : T. & J. Fleet, 1790, 24 + 132 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library.
  • [Post] Roads, p. 17-24
  • Lists of the Legislative, Executive, Judicial and other Departments under the Supreme Federal Authority of the United States of America, p. 1-13, 27.
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judicial, Western Territory, etc., with salary information
  • Continental Appointments, Consuls, etc., at Foreign Courts, p. 30.  Appointments by foreign states, p. 31.
  • List of Post Masters on the Post Roads, p. 49.
  • Index, p. 130-132.
1791
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1791.
1791
unofficial
Green's Register, For the State of Connecticut: with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1791.
New London (CT) : T. Green, 1790, 80 + 16 p.
  • Government of the United States, p. 42-51, 56-58.
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Consuls abroad, Treasury; War Dept., territories, Judiciary
  • [Post] Roads, p. 13-14.
  • Index, p. 15.
1791
List of Post Offices, and the Receipts and Expenditures for the year ending October 5, 1791.
  • Similar to the 1790 list.
  • "Communicated to Congress during the session of 1791-2." but there is no mention of it in the House or Senate Journals (2nd Congress, 1st Session), and Greely does not give it a date (ref, ref).
  • Reprinted in American State Papers, Post Office Department, No. 4, p. 13-14 (link).
1791
On 4 Mar. 1791, the Senate "Ordered, That the Secretary of the Senate obtain from the Secretary of War, a list of the officers of the army of the United States, now in commission." (ref)

1791
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, commencing with the Establishment of the Treasury Department, under the present government, and ending on the thirty-first day of December one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one.
Philadelphia : Childs and Swaine, 1793, 61 p.
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 13-38
  • The Collectors of the Customs can be extracted from p. 5-6.
  • Hugh Smith, late Postmaster at the head-quarters of the army, for a balance due him, p. 14
1791
legal
Acts of the First Congress, Third Session.
1 Stat. 189, 4 Feb. 1791, Kentucky admitted as a state, effective 1 June 1792.
1 Stat. 191, 18 Feb. 1791, Vermont admitted as a state, effective 4 Mar. 1791.
1 Stat. 215, 3 Mar. 1791, An Act supplemental to the act "establishing the Treasury Department," and for a farther compensation to certain officers.
1 Stat. 216, 3 Mar. 1791, An Act in addition to an act intituled "An Act for establishing the salaries of the Executive officers of Government, with their assistants and clerks."

1792
unofficial
William Duncan, The New-York Directory, and Register, For the Year 1792.
New York : T. and J. Swords, 1792.
  • Government of the United States, p. 161-171, 173-174, 176, 178
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., War Dept., Treasury Dept., Judiciary, U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., revenue officers, Governors of the states and territories; with salaries for some offices
  • General Post Office, p. 174-175
  • Post Office, New York, p. 215-216
1792
unofficial
Fleets' Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1792, To which is annexed the Massachusetts Register.
Boston : T. & J. Fleet, 1791, 24 + 156 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library.
  • [Post] Roads, p. 17-24.
  • Lists Of the Legislative, Executive, Judicial and other Departments under the Supreme Federal Authority of the United States, p. 1-13.
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, with salary information
  • Appointments of the President of the United States at Foreign Places, Appointments by foreign states, p. 20-22
  • List of Post Masters on the Post Roads, Articles of Contract with the Post Riders, p. 77-78
  • Index, p. 153-154
1792
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1792.
1792
unofficial
Green's Register, for the State of Connecticut, with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1792.
New London (CT) : T. Green & Son, 1791, 92 + 16 p.
  • Appointments of the President of the United States at Foreign Places, Appointments by foreign states, p. 60-62
  • Government of the United States, p. 68-72, 74
  • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Treasury, Judiciary, War
  • List of Post Masters on the Post Roads, From Casco Bay to Philadelphia, Articles of Contract with the Post-Riders, p. 76-78
  • [Post] Roads, p. 13-14
  • Index, p. 15
1792
On 13 Mar. 1792, the Senate "Ordered, That the Secretary of War report to the Senate a list of the officers on the Military establishment, specifying their respective rank, and the date of their commissions." (ref)  The list arrived 14 Mar. 1792, "Officers in service, belonging to the Infantry and Artillery, with the dates of their commissions." (ref)  Greely calls this "apparently the first official Army Register" (ref), although it appears only in the Senate Executive Journal, published in 1828.

1792
legal
1 Stat. 279, 8 May 1792, An Act making alterations in the Treasury and War Departments.

1792
List of Clerks engaged in Registers Office, 11 May 1792.
1792
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, For the Year 1792.
Philadelphia : John Fenno, 1794, 59 p.
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 15-33; U.S. ministers abroad, p. 43
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 3-9.
1793
unofficial
James Hardie, The Philadelphia Directory and Register.
Philadelphia : T. Dobson, 1793.
  • Government of the United States, p. 164-174, 176-177
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Judiciary, U.S. ministers abroad, ministers  to the U.S., Governors of the states and territories; with salaries and duties for some offices
  • Post Office, Philadelphia, p. 175-176
  • General Post Office, p. 176
1793
unofficial
William Duncan, The New-York Directory, and Register, For the Year 1792 [1793].
New York : T. and J. Swords, 1793.
  • Government of the United States, p. 181-197
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., War Dept., Treasury Dept., Judiciary, U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Governors of the states and territories; with salaries for some offices
  • General Post Office, p. 193-194
1793
unofficial
The American Pocket Almanac, For the Year of our Lord 1793.
Philadelphia : Thomas Lang, 1793, 48 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Library of Congress
  • Officers of the Government of the United States, p. 17-20
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, Governors of the states and territories; with salaries for some offices
  • Tables of Roads, p. 46-48; post towns and distances between them
1793
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1793.
New York : H. Gaine, 1793, 70 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from Boston Public Library (appears to be incomplete at the end)
  • ESTC
  • Government of the United States, p. 25-38, 48
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Treasury Dept., Post Office, Governors of the states and territories, Judiciary
  • Post Office, with list of post offices and deputy postmasters, p. 34-36; this part was probably prepared in late 1792
  • [Post] Roads, p. 69-70 [and others?]
1793
unofficial
Fleets Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1793, To which is annexed the Massachusetts Register.
Boston : T. & J. Fleet, 1792, 164 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • [Post] Roads, p. 17-20.
  • Lists Of the Legislative, Executive, Judicial and other Departments under the Supreme Federal Authority of the United States, p. 1-5, 10-12, 32-33.
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, etc., with salary information, and description of free franking (p. 2)
  • Ministerial Appointments of the President of the United States at Foreign Places, Appointments by foreign states, p. 51-53
  • Post-Office Matters [list of Postmasters, post roads, postage rates], p. 63-68
  • Index, p. 164
1793
unofficial
Green's Register, For the State of Connecticut, with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1793.
New London (CT) : T. Green & Son, 1792, 92 + 16 p.
  • Government of the United States, p. 51-56, 66-67
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Treasury, Ministerial and Consular Appointments by the United States, Ministerial and Consular Appointments by foreign Powers to the United States; Judiciary
  • [Post] Roads, p. 13-14
  • Contents, p. 15
1793
unofficial
Gaine's Universal Register, or, Columbian Kalendar, for the year of our lord 1793, New York : Hugh Gaine, 1793, 216 p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 24337, from Harvard
  • Government of the United States, p. 181-196
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Treasury, Post Office, War Dept., territories, Judiciary
    • Post Office [list of postmasters], p. 191-194
  • Roads, p. 211-214
  • Index, p. 215-216
1793
Report on the Several Persons Employed in the Treasury Department, 3 Jan. 1793.
Similarly requested of the State Dept. (delivered 2 Jan. 1793, ref, link) and the War Dept. (delivered 3 Jan. 1793, ref).

Estimates for the expenditure of the civil list had been presented to the House on 14 Nov. 1792 (ref) and 13 Dec. 1792 (ref).

1793
Report on the Salaries, Fees, and Emoluments of Persons Holding Civil Office Under the United States, [26 February 1793].
The report was requested by Senate order, 7 May 1792 (link, link).  It was delivered to the Senate, 27 Feb. 1793 (link, link), a few days before the end of the session.
  • [7 May 1792] Ordered, That the Secretary of the Treasury do lay before the Senate, at the next session of Congress, a statement of the salaries, fees, and emoluments, for one year, ending the first day of October next, to be stated quarterly, of every person holding any civil office or employment under the United States, (except the judges,) together with the actual disbursements and expenses in the discharge of their respective offices and employments for the same period; and that he do report the name of every person who shall neglect or refuse to give satisfactory information touching his office or employment, or the emoluments or disbursements thereof.
  • [27 Feb. 1793] The Vice President laid before the Senate a report of the Secretary of the Treasury, on the salaries, fees and emoluments of persons holding civil offices under the United States, pursuant to the order of Senate of the 7th of May 1792; which were read.  Ordered, That they lie for consideration.
    • The request was limited to "civil offices", so the response omits the elected (political) offices of President, Vice-President, Senators, and Representatives; cf. the Constitution, Art. 1 Sec. 6 Clause 2 (ref, ref), and Art. 2 Sec. 4 (ref, ref).  The military is similarly omitted, except for Naval officers attached to the Customs; only civilians are listed with the War Dept.  The list also omits some unpaid positions, such as consuls.  Nevertheless, in other documents the "Civil List" includes the President and Congress (for example, 14 Nov. 1792, letter; 8 Nov. 1792, estimate for expenditure).
  • Treasury Dept. circular and letters, 31 Aug. 1792 (link), 13 Sep. 1792 (link), 6 Oct. 1792 (link).
  • Examples of responses, Oct. 1792 (link), 11 Oct. 1792 (link), 17 Oct. 1792 (link, link), 23 Oct. 1792 (link).
  • Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson, 6 Oct. 1792, requesting the State Department information, letter, letter.
  • Thomas Jefferson to Alexander Hamilton, 22 Oct. 1792, replying with the State Department information, cover letter, first part, second part.
The original document with all its attachments is more than ninety manuscript pages, many as collected by Hamilton from the various departments.  It was not printed or published at the time, and mostly remains at the National Archives [Record Group 46, Records of the U.S. Senate; Reports and Communications Submitted to the Senate during the 2nd Congress; Reports and Communications from the Secretary of the Treasury (SEN2A-F2)].  One part, No. XIV, Collectors of the Customs, etc., is noted "Not on file August 27 1828", and its place between No. XIII and No. XV is noted "Document Missing".

An abbreviated, rearranged, and edited version appeared in 1834, "List of Civil Officers of the United States, except Judges, with their Emoluments, for the Year ending October 1, 1792", dated 26 Feb. 1793, in American State Papers, Miscellaneous, vol. I (vol. 37), No. 34, p. 57-68 (link; manuscript draft, "Condensed Report from Secretary of the Treasury with names, Compensation &c of all Officers in the civil employ of the Government", "Condensed by Order of the Secretary of the Senate").  The list of Collectors of the Customs, etc., appears on p. 60-66, making the 1828 date noted above a bit suspicious.  Work on the ASP would not have started before 1831, when the project was approved (Act of 2 Mar. 1831, 4 Stat. 471); editorial control rested with the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House.
  • For example, the Dept. of State, Foreign Branch, listing the ministers abroad, in 1793 begins with "Mr. Morris, Minister plenipotentiary at Paris", and in 1834 begins with "Gouverneur Morris, minister plenipotentiary at Paris".  The ministers' outfits, their allowance for travel expenses, etc., are rearranged, listed as a group in 1793 and individually in 1834.  The details of disbursements in 1793 are reduced to a total of contingent expenses in 1834.  William Short, Resident in the Hague, had spent $68.82 on postage in 1793, but you would not know that in 1834.
  • In some respects, Clement Biddle's 1791 list is more complete or more detailed.  For example, the agent at the Hague is given as "Mr. Dumas" in 1793, and "--- Dumas" in 1834, but as "Charles W.F. Dumas" in 1791.  Biddle lists all the consuls, which Hamilton does not.  The 1787 Pennsylvania Almanack also lists Dumas in detail, and the 1791 Fleet's Almanac gives his full name, Charles William Frederick Dumas.
  • Although the Senate and House members are not included, the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House did send information.  The Secretary's annual salary of $1500 and daily allowance of $2 while in session is itemized in 1793, but totaled without explanation in 1834.
The Post Office is not included, as no information was received from the Postmaster General (link, link).  Indeed, "Timothy Pickering, Postmaster General" leads the list of names in Section 19, "List of the Persons of whom no information has been received in regard to their Fees and Emoluments etc. pursuant to the order of the Senate of the 7th of May 1792".

Various images of the original documents were posted in 2017, as part of a <editorial-comment>nonsensical</editorial-comment> claim that the presidency is not "an office under the United States".  Here are some of the document portions (which we accumulated and arranged properly, linked above), and some of the arguments about this claim; click at your own risk. A common error is to assume that the 1834 version is the same as the 1793 version.  Given how hard it is to find the 1793 version, this is understandable.
  • Poore does not mention either version.  He does mention other items in the ASP Miscellaneous volume.
  • Greely notes “First "Blue Book" list, giving names of officers, from the President to the keepers of light-houses.” (ref), but his only citation is the 1834 version.
  • A scholarly discussion is given by Peter J. Kastor, Washington's Workforce, Reconstructing the Federal Government at the Moment of Its Creation, in Max M. Edling, Peter J. Kastor, eds. Washington's Government: Charting the Origins of the Federal Administration, Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 2021, https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctv1n3589s.  But, Kastor states "Hamilton delivered the results in February 1793.  Congress welcomed the information and promptly released it to the public domain.".  That cannot be true, as there was no printed version to disseminate in 1793.  Then, he gives the title as "List of civil officers ...", which is the 1834 version.
Three or four questions remain.  The answers likely are not knowable, as the Senate met in closed session 4 Mar. 1789 to 3 Nov. 1794, and the debates are not recorded.  The Senate also, reportedly, "had the policy of placing as little as possible of its proceedings in printed and accessible form." (ref)

Why did the Senate request this list?  Payments to government employees and elected officials were set by law.  The Senate had recently discussed bills concerning "consuls and vice consuls", "the door keepers of the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress", "the executive officers of government, their assistants and clerks", "alterations in the Treasury and War departments", and "certain officers employed in the collection of the duties of impost and tonnage".  An accurate list of who might be affected would surely be useful.  If salary or per diem determination was the main issue, then it would be superfluous to list the elected positions, as these were easily known and already enacted.  The animus between Jefferson and Hamilton may have had some impact, as the Treasury (under Hamilton) had grown too large for some, but Jefferson did respond quickly to Hamilton's request in Oct. 1792.  The House opened a long debate on 27 Feb. 1793, continuing to 1 Mar. 1793, on a set of resolutions attacking Hamilton for his handling of appropriated funds and foreign loans (ref, ref); the timing is probably a coincidence.

What use was made of this list in the Senate?  The fact that it remained as a manuscript suggests that no one was interested enough to request a printed version that could be shared widely, but that is probably true of the great mass of government paperwork of the period.  The fact that it remained incomplete may have been a deciding factor, but there is no evidence either way.  There were 14 states when the list was requested, 15 when it was delivered, so a printed version of 200 copies and 20-30 pages might have been reasonable, but it never happened.  No related mention of the terms salaries, fees, or emoluments, appeared in the Senate Journal through the 5th Congress, which ended 3 Mar. 1799.

Was the list ever completed?  Was the list kept current?  The list was already outdated by the time it reached the Senate.  For example, the chaplain of the House was Rev. Samuel Blair (per information provided to Hamilton by the Clerk of the House, 20 Oct. 1792), but he was followed by Rev. Ashbel Green, appointed 5 Nov. 1792 (ref).

Related issues - Did Hamilton or Congress give the 1793 list a title?  Was the 1793 list shared with the House, or anyone else?

As a random check on the accuracy of the information, Hamilton lists the annual salary of Joseph Nourse, Register of the Treasury, at $1500, paid quarterly.  The Register's salary was set by Congress at $1250 (Act of 11 Sep. 1789, 1 Stat. 67), raised by $500 (Act of 8 May 1792, 1 Stat. 281 § 10), and raised again by $250 (Act of 2 Mar. 1793, 1 Stat. 340).  Hamilton's figure accounts for two quarters at the first increment, to 1 Oct. 1792.  The 1792 New York Directory says $1250; Fleet's 1792 and 1793 Almanacks say $1500; the 3 Jan. 1793 list (above) and the 1793 American Pocket Almanac say $1750; the 1793 Philadelphia and New York directories say $2000.

Similar lists of a limited scope were delivered to the House and Senate in later years.  On 4 Apr. 1796, "The Speaker laid before the House, a letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, accompanying an abstract of the official emoluments and expenditures of the officers of the customs", for the year 1795 (ref).  Similarly for 1796 (ref), for 1797 (ref), for 1798 (ref).  These were required by the Act of 14 Feb. 1795, 1 Stat. 416 § 4.  On 1 Mar. 1799, and 5 Mar. 1800, there was a list of "the officers employed in collecting the internal revenues" (ref, ref), under the Act of 11 July 1798, 1 Stat. 591 § 10.  On 8 Mar. 1800, "The Vice-President laid before the Senate a return from the Secretary for the department of Treasury, of two abstracts of the emoluments of the officers of the customs, for the year 1799." (ref, ref).  Similarly for 1800 (ref), 1801 (ref), 1802 (ref), 1803 (ref), 1804 (ref), 1805 (ref), 1806 (ref); at this point, we stopped looking.

1793
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1793.
Philadelphia : John Fenno, 1794, 65 + [12] p.
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., Mint, territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 15-32
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 5-9.
  • Statement of revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1789-1791, 1791-1792, 1793, p. 11, 13
1794
unofficial
The United States Register, For the Year 1794.
Philadelphia : Stewart & Cochran, and John M'Culloch, 1794, 202 p.  Preface dated January 1794.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 27983, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Contents, p. 6-7
  • Government of the United States, p. 30-34, 38-51, 72-76, 82-87, 96-99, 189
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, Judiciary, State Dept., U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Post Office, territories; with salaries for some offices
  • Post-Office Establishment, p. 82-87.  Rates of Postage; list of post offices organized by routes.
From the Preface, "With these views, (and as nothing of the kind had been hitherto attempted in the United States, on an extensive plan), did the compilers of the United States Register undertake the work."  The information about each state is far better than any previous.

1794
unofficial
The American Kalendar, or United States Register, for the year 1794.
London : J. Debrett, 1794, 187 p.  Largely copied from the Philadelphia edition. 
Later editions, 1796, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1800.
  • Government of the United States, p. 12-17, 20-34, 57-59, 67-72, 81-84, 175
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, Judiciary, State Dept., U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Treasury Dept.,War Dept., Post Office, territories
  • Post-Office Establishment, p. 67-72.  Rates of Postage; list of post offices organized by routes.
The American Calendar, or United States Register, for the year 1794.
Philadelphia, London : reprinted for J. Debrett, 1794, 187 p.  Preface dated Philadelphia, January 1794.
  • Government of the United States, p. 12-17, 20-34, 57-59, 67-72, 81-84, 175
  • Post-Office Establishment, p. 67-72 (link)
    • Discussed and reproduced, Richard B. Graham, The U.S. Register and list of Post Offices of 1794, in The Chronicle of the U.S. Classic Postal Issues, Aug. 1986, vol. 38, no. 3, whole no. 131, p. 169-171 (link).

Nordamerikanischer Staats-Kalender, Hamburg, 1796.

  • General-Postamt, p. 134-142 (link)
1794
unofficial
James Hardie, The Philadelphia Directory and Register.
Philadelphia : Jacob Johnson & Co., 1794.
  • Government of the United States, p. 174-186 (link)
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Judiciary, U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Governors of the states and territories; with salaries for some offices
  • Post Office, p. 183-185 (link)
1794
unofficial
William Duncan, The New-York Directory and Register, For the Year 1794.
New York : T. and J. Swords, 1794.
  • Government of the United States, p. 217-234 (link)
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., War Dept., Treasury Dept., Judiciary, U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Governors of the states and territories; with salaries for some offices
  • General Post Office, p. 230-231 (link)
1794
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1794.
New York : H. Gaine, 1794, 74 p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 25842, from the New-York Historical Society
  • ESTC
  • Government of the United States, p. 27-42
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State Dept., U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Treasury Dept., Post Office, War Dept., territories, Judiciary
  • Post Office, with list of post offices and deputy postmasters, p. 36-38
  • [Post] Roads, p. 72-74
1794
unofficial
Green's Register, for the State of Connecticut, with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1794.
New London (CT) : T. Green, 1793, 80 + 16 p.
  • Government of the United States, p. 51-54, 67-68, 71-73, 76
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, State, Treasury, Judiciary, with salary information
    • Ministerial and Consular Appointments by the United States, Ministerial and Consular Appointments by foreign Powers to the United States
  • [Post] Roads, p. 13-14
  • Index, p. 15
1794
American Budget, 1794.  The Income and Expenditure of the United States of America, as presented to the House of Representatives, in sundry estimates and statements relative to appropriations for the service of the year 1794, by Alexander Hamilton, Esq.
London : J. Debrett, 1794, 42 + [2] p.; letter dated 23 Dec. 1793, delivered to the House on that date (ref).
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from Harvard
  • Estimate of the Expenditure for the Civil List of the United States, for the Year 1794, p. 5-12.  Including the President and Vice-President.
1794
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, For the Year 1794.
Philadelphia : John Fenno, 1795, 87 + [18] p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 29763, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., Mint, territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 17-37
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 5-9.
  • Statement of revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1794, p. 11, 13
1795
unofficial
The United States Register, For the Year 1795.
Philadelphia : Matthew Carey, 1794, 196 p.  Title page dated Dec. 4, 1794.  Preface dated Nov. 1794.
  • Government of the United States, p. 19-42, 65-74, 81-86, 97
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, Judiciary, State Dept., U.S. ministers abroad, ministers to the U.S., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Post Office, territories; with salaries for some offices
  • Post-Office Establishment, p. 81-86.  Rates of Postage; list of post offices organized by routes.
  • Contents, p. 196
1795
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1795.
1795
unofficial
Green's Register, For the State of Connecticut, with an Almanack, For the Year of our Lord, 1795.
New London (CT) : T. Green, 1794, 80 + 16 p.
  • Government of the United States, p. 48-50, 54-59, 68, 71-72
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, State, Treasury, Judiciary, with salary information
    • Ministers and Consuls of the United States to foreign Powers, Ministers and Consuls from foreign Powers to the United States
  • [Post] Roads, p. 13-14
  • Index, p. 15
1795
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, For the Year 1795.
Philadelphia : John Fenno, 1796, 83 + [18] p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 31434, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., Mint, territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 17-37
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 5-9.
  • Statement of revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1795, p. 11, 14
1796
unofficial
Thomas Stephens, Stephens's Philadelphia Directory, for 1796.
Printed by W. Woodward, 1796.
  • Post-Office Establishment, Rates of Postage, Philadelphia Mails, p. 279-281 (link)
  • List of Post-towns in the United States, p. 281-285 (link)
1796
unofficial
John Low, The New-York Directory, and Register, For the Year 1796.
New York : John Luel and John Bull, 1796.
  • Government of the United States, p. 19-22 (after p. 216)
    • President, Vice-President, Senators, Representatives, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., U.S. Ministers abroad, Ambassadors to the U.S., etc.; state and territory governors
  • Post-Office, p. 21
1796
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1796.
1796
unofficial
A Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1796, To which is annexed, the Massachusetts Register.
Boston : T. & J. Fleet, 1795, 20 + 148 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • [Post] Roads, p. 17-20.
  • Government of the United States, p. 3-9, 38-39, 55.
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, etc., with some salary information
  • Consuls, etc., from the United States, p. 56-57
  • Post-Office Matters [list of Postmasters, post roads, postage rates], p. 28-31
  • Index, p. 147-148
1796
unofficial
Green's Almanack and Register, for the State of Connecticut, For the Year of our Lord, 1796.
New London (CT) : Samuel Green, 1795, 122 p.
  • Post-Office Establishment [Rates of Postage, List of the Post Towns, Roads], p. 96-100
  • Consuls, etc., from the United States, p. 103-105; Consuls, etc., to the United States, p. 106-108
  • Government of the United States, p. 109-117, 119
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, Revenue, with salary information
  • Table of Contents, p. 121
1796
unofficial
[James Thomson Callendar], The American Annual Register, or, Historical Memoirs of the United States, for the year 1796.
Philadelphia : Bioren & Madan, January 19th, 1797, 8 + 288 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Library of Congress
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 31905, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • nothing relevant?  needs further inspection
1796
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, For the Year 1796.
Philadelphia : John Fenno, 1797, 85 + [12] p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 48297, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., Mint, territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 17-41
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 5-9.
  • Statement of revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1796, p. 11, 14
1797
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, For the Year 1797.
Philadelphia : John Ward Fenno, [1798], 76 + [16] p.
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., Mint, Surveyor General, territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 17-40
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 3-9.
  • Statement of revenues arising from postage of letters, for 1797, p. 11, 13
1797
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1797.
1797
unofficial
Fleets Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1797, To which is annexed, the Massachusetts Register.
Boston : J. & T. Fleet, 1799, 168 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • Judiciary, p. 54-55
  • Post-Office Matters [post roads, postage rates], p. 50-53
  • Consuls, etc., from the United States, Consuls, etc., to the United States, p. 80-82
  • Federal Department of Government, p. 112
    • President and Vice-President not yet elected; State, Treasury, War Depts.
  • [Post] Roads, p. 160-165
  • Index, p. 166-167
1797
unofficial
Green's Almanack and Register, for the State of Connecticut, For the Year of our Lord, 1797.
New London (CT) : Samuel Green, 1796, 132 p.
  • Post-Office Establishment, p. 107-108
  • Roads, p. 109-110
  • Ministers, Consuls, etc., From the United States at Foreign Places, p. 117-118; Consuls, etc., from Foreign States, p. 118-120
  • Government of the United States, p. 121-131
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, Revenue, with some salary information
  • Table of Contents, p. 132
1798
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1798.
Philadelphia : John Ward Fenno, [1799], 78 + [12] p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 36468, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., Mint, Surveyor General, territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 17-36
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Statement of revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1798, p. 11, 13
1798
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1798.
1798
unofficial
Green's Almanack and Register, for the State of Connecticut, For the Year of our Lord, 1798.
New London (CT) : Samuel Green, 1797, 148 + 1 p.
  • Rates of Postage, p. 66-67
  • Government of the United States, p. 116-130
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, Revenue, Ministers, Consuls, etc., from the United States at Foreign places, Consuls, etc. to the United States
  • Roads, p. 131-132
  • Stamp Law, p. 133-143
  • Index, p. 148
1798
1 Stat. 553, 30 Apr. 1798, An Act to establish an Executive department, to be denominated the Department of the Navy.  Previously part of the War Dept.

1799
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a Statement of the Official Emoluments of the Officers employed in the Collection of the Internal Revenues of the United States, 1st March, 1799.
Philadelphia : John H. Oswald, 1799, 9 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Library of Congress
  • According to the Act of 11 July 1798
1799
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a Letter from the Comptroller, accompanied with an Abstract of the Compensations of the Officers of the Customs, for the Year 1799, 10th March, 1800.
[Philadelphia, 1800], 23 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Boston Public Library
1799
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1799.
1799
unofficial
Fleets' Register, and Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1799.
Boston, J. & T. Fleet, 148 p.
  • seen on eBay
1799
unofficial
Green's Almanack and Register, for the State of Connecticut, For the Year of our Lord, 1799.
New London (CT) : Samuel Green, 1798, 132 p.
  • List of Stamp Duties, p. 32-34
  • Post-Office Establishment [Rates of Postage, List of Post Masters], p. 81-84
  • Government of the United States, p. 85-97
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, Revenue, Ministers, Consuls, etc., from the United States at Foreign Places, Consuls, etc., to the United States
  • Roads, p. 120-121
  • Index, p. 132
1799
unofficial
Longworth's American Almanack, and New-York Register, and City Directory.
New York : John C. Totten, 1799.
PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library

1799
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1799.
Washington : Way and Groff, [1800], 74 + [12] p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 38690, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- President, Vice-President, Judiciary, Senate, House, Treasury Dept., State Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., Mint, Surveyor General, General Post-Office, territories, Commissioners of Loans, p. 17-35
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, Table C

An Account of the Receipts & Expenditures of the United States, For the Year 1799.
Washington, Territory of Columbia : Printed and published by order of the House of Representatives, [1800].

  • Readex, Early American Imprints, Series I, no. 38689, from the American Antiquarian Society
1800
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, accompanied with a Report and Estimates of the sums necessary to be appropriated For the Year 1801: also, a Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures at the Treasury of the United States, for one year, preceding the first day of October, 1800.
[Washingon, 1800], 99 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Boston Public Library
  • General Post Office, p. 23
1800
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1800.  Washington, [1801].
  • not located
1800
unofficial
Gaine's New-York Pocket Almanack, for the Year 1800.
1800
unofficial
Curtis's Pocket Almanack, for the year 1800, to which is added, a Register of New-Hampshire.
Exeter (NH) : H. Ranlet, 1799, 108 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Boston Public Library
  • Index, p. 2
  • Congress of the United States, p. 17-25, 29
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Treasury, War, Judiciary, Mint
  • Post-Office Establishment [rates of postage, free franking, list of Post-Masters in New Hampshire], p. 34-38
  • Ministers, Consuls, etc. of the United States to foreign powers, Ministers and Consuls from foreign powers, p. 63-67
1800
unofficial
Fleets' Register, and Pocket Almanack For the Year of our Lord 1800.
Boston : J.&T. Fleet, 1799, 20 + 172 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Boston Public Library
  • [Post] Roads, p. 17-20
  • Government of the United States, p. 1-8, 168
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Treasury, War, Judiciary
  • Rates of Stamp Duties, p. 41-44
  • Of the Post Office, p. 74-77
  • Index, p. 171-172
1800
unofficial
The Virginia & North Carolina Almanack and Annual Register For the Year 1800.
Blandford (VA) : G. Douglas, 1799, 12 + 96 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • Contents, p. ii
  • Government of the United States, p. 58-60
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Judiciary, Senate, House
  • Post-Office Establishment [rates of postage, post roads], p. 63-66
  • Table of Stamp Duties, p. 93-94
1800
unofficial
Green's Almanack and Register, for the State of Connecticut, For the Year of our Lord, 1800.
New London (CT) : Samuel Green, 1799, 156 p.
  • Government of the United States, p. 96-109
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, Revenue, Mint, Ministers, Consuls, etc., from the United States at Foreign Places, Consuls, etc., to the United States
  • List of Stamp Duties, p. 111-114
  • Post-Office Establishment [rates of postage, List of Post-Masters], p. 116-119
  • Roads, p. 119-121
  • Index, p. 155-156
1801
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1801.  Washington, [1802].
  • not located
1801
unofficial
Curtis's Pocket Almanack, for the year 1801, to which is added, a Register of New-Hampshire.
Exeter (NH) : H. Ranlet, 1800, 108 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the Boston Public Library
  • Index, p. 2-3
  • Congress of the United States, p. 17-25, 29
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Treasury, War, Judiciary, Mint
  • Post-Office Department [rates of postage, free franking, list of Post-Masters in New Hampshire], p. 34-38
1801
unofficial
The Massachusetts Register and United States Calendar; For the Year of our Lord 1801.
Boston : Manning & Loring, 1800, 180 p.
  • PDF, Gale, ECCO, from the British Library
  • Roads, p. 17-18
  • Government of the United States, p. 119-128
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, State, Treasury, War, Judiciary
  • Rates of Stamp Duties, p. 158-163
  • Congress, p. 174-175
  • Rates of Letter Postage, p. 177
  • Index, p. 179-180
1801
unofficial
Green's Almanack and Register, for the State of Connecticut, For the Year of our Lord, 1801.
New London (CT) : Samuel Green, 1800, 156 + 24 p.
  • List of Stamp Duties, p. 92-95
  • Government of the United States, p. 98-111
    • President, Vice-President, State, Treasury, War, Senate, House, Judiciary, Revenue, Mint, Ministers, Consuls, etc., From the United States, at foreign places, Consuls, etc., to the United States
  • Post-Office Establishment [rates of postage, List of Post-Masters], p. 111-115
  • Roads, p. 115-116
  • Electors of President and Vice-President, p. 151-153
  • Index, p. 23-24
For 1802, 1803, 1804, see Connecticut State Library.  For continuations to 2021, see Connecticut State Library.

1802
Message from the President of United States, Transmitting a Roll of the Persons having Office or Employment under the United States, published by order of the Senate, February 16, 1802.
Washington City : Printed by William Duane, 1802; 170 p.
  • Library of Congress (eleven in the online catalogue, ref, ref)
  • New York State Library (ref)
  • Library Company of Philadelphia and Historical Society of Pennsylvania (six in the online catalogue)
  • American Antiquarian Society (ref)
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 3360, from the American Antiquarian Society
    • digital image missing blank pages, but the book is catalogued correctly, so this is noticeable
  • PDF, HeinOnline U.S. Presidential Library (link)
    • digital image missing Military Establishment p. 14, 15
  • PDF, Univ. of Pittsburgh, Archives and Special Collections (link)
    • digital image missing External Revenues p. 40, Deputy Postmasters p. 4
  • PDF, Adam Matthew Digital, Gilder Lehrman Collection (link)
    • digital image missing half the pages
  • Messages and Papers of the Presidents, vol. 1, p. 336 (link) (transmitting letter only)
  • E. Millicent Sowerby, Catalogue of the Library of Thomas Jefferson, Washington : Library of Congress, 1955, vol. 4, p. 300, item 4166 (link, link, transcribed).
  • Sabin 48057 (link) is a source of misinformation about the pagination, as the Land Offices are omitted.
Eight sections, each paginated separately.
  • Title, transmittal letters, p. 1-8; p. 2, 4, 8 are blank
  • External Revenues, p. 9-52; p. 10 is blank
  • Internal Revenues, 22 p.; p. 2, 22 are blank
  • Land Offices, 4 p.; p. 2, 4 are blank
  • Deputy Postmasters, 32 p.; p. 2, 4, [32] are blank; p. 27-31 are mislabeled as p. 28-32
    • A list of post offices established in 1801, p. 29-32.
    • Two blank pages appear after this section.
  • Civil Establishment, 22 p.; p. 2 is blank
    • President, Vice-President, Senate, House, p. 3-9
    • Judiciary, p. 10-14; State, p. 15; Treasury, p. 15-17; War, p. 17-18; Post Office, p. 18; Territories, p. 19.  Mint, p. 21.
    • Two blank pages appear after this section.
  • Foreign, 8 p.; p. 2 is blank
  • Military Establishment, 16 p.; p. 2, 16 are blank
  • Naval Establishment, 14 p.; p. 2, 14 are blank; p. 10 is mislabeled as p. 7
    • Two blank pages appear after this section.
Proposed by Thomas Jefferson in his first presidential message to Congress, 8 Dec. 1801.  Transmittal letters, from Jefferson to Congress, 22 Dec. 1801; from Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury, to Jefferson, 27 Dec. 1801, with Outline of Government Offices, 27 Dec. 1801; from Jefferson to James Madison, Secretary of State, 29 Dec. 1801; from Gideon Granger, Postmaster General, 5 Jan. 1802, in the document itself; from Gallatin to Jefferson, 12 Feb. 1802, explaining the organization of the lists; from Jefferson to Congress, 16 Feb. 1802.
  • Jefferson's goal, clearly stated in 1801, was to identify opportunities to decrease the size and expense of the federal government, but not so much as to cause injury to its functions.
  • Gallatin notes in 1801, perhaps with some pride, "The last, (the clerks) for all the departments will be furnished by the Treasury department more correctly than by the respective Departments to which they belong.", and perhaps with some complaint, "The whole when done will form a formidable list; but I had no idea that it would be so complex & difficult completely to obtain".
  • From Gallatin, 12 Feb. 1802, "Deputy Post Masters are appointed by the Post Master General and paid by Commissions out of the monies collected.  It must be observed that the amount of emoluments returned is the gross sum received by them, and includes the expenses of Store rent and Clerks.".  Further notes on Granger's list of postmasters are here and here.
Reprinted 1834, American State Papers, Miscellaneous, vol. I (vol. 37), No. 154, p. 260-319 (link).
  • Introduction, p. 260-261
  • Deputy Postmasters, as of 5 Jan. 1802, p. 289-299
  • A list of Post Offices established in 1801, p. 299-300
  • Post Office, p. 305
1802
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, accompanying a Report and Estimates of Appropriation for the service of the year 1803; also, an Account of the Receipts and Expenditures at the Treasury of the United States, for one year preceding the first day of October, 1802.
Washington : William Duane & Son, 1802, 64 + 23 p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 3314, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • General Post-Office, p. 16
  • Postage of Letters, appendix, p. 9
1802
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, For the Year 1802.
Washington, [1803], 72 + [12] p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 5200, from the Library of Congress
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-43
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 3-9.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1801, p. 11, 14
1803
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1803.
  • not located
1804
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1804.
Washington, [1805], 69 + [18] p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 9510, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-39
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 3-9.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, p. 11, 13 [according to the Index]
1805
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1805.
Washington : A. & G. Way, 1806, 69 + [10] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-38
  • The Collectors of the Customs, can be extracted from p. 3-9.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, p. 14
1806
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1806.
Washington : A. & G. Way, 1807, 75 + [12] p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 13765, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-41
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 5-9.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1802, 1803, p. 11
1806
2 Stat. 396, 21 Apr. 1806, An Act to regulate and fix the compensation of clerks, and to authorize the laying out certain public roads; and for other purposes.

§ 5, the Secretaries of State, Treasury, War, and Navy, the Postmaster General, and the Surveyor General, were required to submit annual reports to Congress, listing the name of each clerk, with their salaries and duties.

1807
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1807.
Washington : A. & G. Way, 1808, 75 + [12] p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 16357, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-41
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 5-9.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1804, p. 11, 14
1808
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1808.
Washington : A. and G. Way, 1808, 77 + [12] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-41
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 5-13.
  • Balance due from the General Post Office, 1 Jan. 1805, p. 13
1809
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1809.
Washington : A. and G. Way, 1811, 84 + [16] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-49
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from p. 5-11.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1805, p. 11
1810
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1810.
Washington : A. & G. Way, 1812, 82 + [12] p.
  • https://www.loc.gov/item/2013656773/  [LoC]
    • Looted by the British from the President's office in 1814, and returned in 1940.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 26931, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-47
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1806, table D
  • Better accommodation of the General Post-Office, p. 59
1811
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1811.
Washington : A. & G. Way, 1813, 82 + [12] p.
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 30001, from the American Antiquarian Society
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-43
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, p. 14
  • Better accommodation of the General Post-Office, p. 57
1812
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1812.
Washington : A. and G. Way, 1814, 83 + [12] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-44
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, p. 14
  • Better accommodation of the General Post-Office, p. 57
1813
Message from the President of the United States, transmitting Rolls of Persons having Office or Employment of a Public Nature under the United States, March 3rd, 1813.
Washington City : Roger Chew Weightman, 1813; 100 + 69 p.
  • Library of Congress (four in the online catalogue, ref)
  • Pennsylvania State Library, Harrisburg (ref)
  • Library Company of Philadelphia (ref)
  • PDF, Readex, Early American Imprints, Series II, no. 30264, from the Library of Congress
Requested by House of Representatives resolution, 4 Jan. 1813, 27 Jan. 1813, delivered 3 Mar. 1813.  A large excerpt was published in the National Intelligencer, copied by The Columbian, New York, 29 Apr. 1813, p. 2-3.

Mint Establishment, p. 8
Treasury Department, p. 9-38; Auditor, p. 9

General Post Office, p. 12*
Clerks, Mail Contractors, Agents [two], p. 12*-15*
Roll of post-offices and post-masters in the United States, p. 16*-69*, as of 27 Feb. 1813

1813
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1813.
Washington : A. and G. Way, 1814, 86 + [14] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-41
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1807, table D, p. 14
1814
Letter from the Acting Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a report of the names of clerks employed in the several offices of the Treasury Department during the year 1813, with the sums respectively paid to each, in obedience to the Act "To regulate and fix the compensation of clerks," &c., February 4, 1814.
Washington City : Roger Chew Weightman, 1814, 6 p.
1814
Letter from the Post-Master General, transmitting Reports relative to Public Contracts, and the Names and Salaries of the Clerks employed in his Office during the year 1813, February 10, 1814.
Washington : A. & G. Way, 1814, 8 p.
1814
Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a Statement showing the names of the clerks employed in the War Department during the last year, with the salary allowed to each, February 26, 1814.
Washington City : Roger Chew Weightman, 1814, 6 p.
1814
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a Statement of the Emoluments of the Officers Employed in the Collection of the Customs for the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirteen.
Washington : Roger Chew Weightman, 1814, 12 p.
1814
List of Ministers and Consuls appointed in the recess of the Senate, 9 Apr. 1814.

Reprinted 1834, American State Papers, Miscellaneous, vol. II (vol. 38), No. 370, p. 242-244 (link).
  • In the period 1791 to 1813.
1814
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1814.
Washington : A. and G. Way, 1815, 118 + [12] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-53
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C, D, E.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1808, table F, p. 11
1815
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1815.
Washington : E. De Krafft, 1816, 128 + [14] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-54
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, p. 11
1816
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
City of Washington : printed by Jonathan Elliott, 1816; 88 + 88 p. Title, legal, p. 1-4 (link)
Contents, p. *85-*87 (link)
Advertisement, p. *88 (link) [discussing the Register, explaining necessary deficiencies in the reporting]

Treasury Department, p. 5-8 (link), 20-38 (link)
    Auditor's Office, p. 6 (link)
    Officers of the Mint, p. 20 (link)

[Post Office Department], p. 11 (link), *1-*84 (link)
    General Post Office, p. 11 (link)
    Deputy Postmasters
        Post Office Department [post offices and postmasters], p. *1-*70 (link)
        [explanatory note on compensation], p. *70 (link)
        Clerks or Assistants in Post Offices, p. *71-*73 (link)
    Mail Contractors
        Contractors for the transportation of the mail, p. *74-*84 (link)

Reprinted 1834, American State Papers, Miscellaneous, vol. II (vol. 38), No. 410, p. 307-396 (link).
  • General Post Office, p. 311 [a few spelling differences]
  • Post Offices, p. 353-391; clerks, p. 391-392; contractors, p. 392-395
1816
Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting a Statement of the names of the clerks employed in the Treasury Department during the year 1816; and the amount paid to each, January 7, 1817.
Washington : William A. Davis, 1817, 6 p.
1816
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1816.
Washington : E. De Krafft, 1817, 170 + [12] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioner of the Public Buildings, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-57
    • The Vice-President's office was vacant, 23 Nov. 1814 to 4 Mar. 1817.
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1809, table D, p. 11
1817
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington City : printed by E. De Krafft, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1818; 92 + 97 p. Title, legal, p. 1-4 (link)
Index, p. 5-8 (link)

Treasury Department, p. 9-14 (link), 27-39 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 12 (link)
    Officers of the Mint, p. 27 (link)

[Post Office Department], p. 15-16 (link), *1-*97 (link)
    General Post Office, p. 15-16 (link)
    Deputy Postmasters
        Post Office Department [post offices and postmasters], p. *1-*81 (link)
        [explanatory note on compensation], p. *81 (link)
    Clerks or Assistants in Post Offices, p. *82-*85 (link)
    Mail Contractors
        Contractors for the transportation of the mail, p. *86-*97 (link)

1817
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1817.
Washington : E. De Krafft, 1818, 226 + [14] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioner of the Public Buildings, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-60
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1810, table D, p. 11
1818
An Account of the Receipts and Expenditures of the United States, for the year 1818.
Washington : E. De Krafft, 1819, 166 + [8] p.
  • Civil List -- Senate, House, President, Vice-President, State Dept., Treasury Dept., War Dept., Navy Dept., General Post-Office, Mint, Surveyor General, Commissioner of the Public Buildings, Commissioners of Loans, territories, Judiciary, p. 17-57
  • The Collectors of the Customs, and the Supervisors of the Revenue, can be extracted from tables A, B, C.
  • Revenue arising from the postage of letters, for 1811, table D, p. 11
The series continued through 1890, published in 1893, under the same order of 1791.  See GovInfo or Google Books for more.

1818
3 Stat. 445, 20 Apr. 1818, An Act to regulate and fix the compensation of the clerks in the different offices.

1819
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington City : printed by Davis & Force, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1820; 224 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv [1-4] (link)
Index, p. v-viii [5-8] (link)

Treasury Department, p. 14-48 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 18 (link)
    Officers of the Mint, p. 48 (link)

[Post Office Department], p. 106-213 (link)
    General Post Office, p. 106 (link)
    Deputy Postmasters [post offices, postmasters], p. 107-203 (link)
        [explanatory note on compensation], p. 203 (link)
    Clerks or Assistants in Post Offices, p. 204-206 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 206-213 (link)

1821
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington City : printed by Davis & Force, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1822; 116 + 141 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv [1-4] (link)
Index, p. v-viii [5-8] (link)

Treasury Department, p. 15-57 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 18-19 (link)
    Officers of the Mint, p. 50 (link)

[Post Office Department], p. *1-*132 (link)
    General Post Office, p. *1 (link)
    Deputy Postmasters [post offices, postmasters], p. *2-*120 (link)
        [explanatory note on compensation], p. *120 (link)
    Clerks or Assistants in Post Offices, p. *121-*123 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *124-*132 (link)

1821
Compensation of the Officers of Congress and of the Executive Departments, 31 Jan. 1821.

Reprinted 1834, American State Papers, Miscellaneous, vol. II (vol. 38), No. 499, p. 637-642 (link).
  • Secretary of the Senate, Clerk of the House, Senators, Representatives, State Dept., Treasury, War Dept. Navy Dept., but not the Post Office.
1822
Number of Clerks and Messengers employed in the Executive Departments, 3 Dec. 1822.

Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting A Report of the number of Officers and Messengers retained in the Post Office Department.  US Serial Set vol. 76, House Doc. 7, 6 p.
Reprinted 1834, American State Papers, Miscellaneous, vol. II (vol. 38), No. 531, p. 978-985 (link).
  • Post Office Department, p. 984-985
1823
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington City : printed by Davis & Force, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1824; 120 + 140 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv [1-4] + errata [1] (link)
Index, p. v-viii [5-8] (link)

Treasury Department, p. 17-64 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 20-21 (link)
    United States Mint, Officers of the Mint, p. 64 (link)

[Post Office Department], p. *1-*130 (link)
    General Post Office, p. *1 (link)
    Deputy Postmasters [post offices, postmasters], p. *2-*117 (link)
        [explanatory note on compensation], p. *2 (link)
    Clerks or Assistants in Post Offices, p. *118-*121 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *121-*130 (link)

1825
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington City : printed by Davis & Force, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1825; 128 + 152 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv [1-4] (link)
Index, p. v-viii [5-8] (link)

Treasury Department, p. 17-70 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 21 (link)
    Officers of the Mint, p. 70 (link)

[Post Office Department], p. *1-*139 (link)
    General Post Office, p. *1 (link)
    Deputy Postmasters [post offices, postmasters], p. *2-*125 (link)
        [explanatory note on compensation], p. *2 (link)
        [5,182 offices as of 1 Jan. 1825], p. *125 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *126-*127 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *128-*139 (link)

1827
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington City : printed by Peter Force, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1828; 140 + 180 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv [1-4] (link)
Index, p. v-viii [5-8] (link)
errata (link)

Treasury Department, p. 17-69 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 21 (link)
    Officers of the Mint, p. 69 (link)

[Post Office Department], p. *1-*167 (link)
    General Post Office, p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters; Northern section, p. *2-*98 (link); Southern section, p. *98-*152 (link)
        [explanatory note on compensation and geographic sections], p. *2 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *153-*154 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *154-*167 (link)

House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. *171 (link)
Bank of the United States, p. 104 (link), p. *180 (link)

1828
unofficial
George Watterston and Nicholas Biddle van Zandt, Tabular Statistical Views of the Population, etc.
Washington : printed by Jonathan Elliot, Pennsylvania Avenue, Dec. 1828.
Published under the Patronage of the Congress of the United States.

George Watterston and Nicholas Biddle van Zandt, Continuation of the Tabular Statistical Views of the United States.
Washington : Way & Gideon, 1833.

For some more about these books, see History of the Library of Congress, 1800-1864 (link).

1829
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington City : printed by William A. Davis, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1830; 148 + 224 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv [1-4] (link)
Index, p. v-viii [5-8] (link)

Treasury Department, p. 18-70 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 22-23 (link)

[Post Office Department], p. *1-*215 (link)
    General Post Office, p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters; Northern section, p. *3-*123 (link); Southern section, p. *123-*196 (link)
        [explanatory note on compensation], p. *3 (link)
        Kingston, Upper Canada, p. *54 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *197-*199 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *200-*215 (link)

House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. *219 (link)
Bank of the United States, p. *224 (link)

1829
unofficial
Supplement to the U.S. Register for July 1829, with new appointments civil and military, ...
Washington : Jonathan Elliot, July 17, 1829; 143 + [1]  + [table] p.
  • PDF [ProQuest]
Post Office, p. 9, 14, 23, 38.

1831
A Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington City : printed by William A. Davis, Pennsylvania Avenue, 1831; 407 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv [1-4] (link)
Index, p. v-viii [5-8] (link)

Treasury Department, p. 18-83 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 22-23 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 165-397 (link)
    General Post Office, p. 165-166 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. 167-376 (link)
        Kingston, Upper Canada, p. 259 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. 377-380 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 381-397 (link)

House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 401 (link)
Bank of the United States, p. 104 (link), p. 407 (link)

Officers of the Mint, not included in the Register, supplied afterward (ref).
Civil Engineers in the Topographical Bureau, similar (ref).

1833
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
City of Washington : printed by Francis Preston Blair, 1833; viii + 186 + 267 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-viii (link)

Treasury Department, p. 12-76 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 16 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 186 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 156 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office, p. 182-184 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*267 (link)
    General Post Office, p. *1-*3 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*240 (link)
        Canada Line, Maine, p. *30 (link), compensation 5 cents
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *240-*243 (link)
    List of Mail Contractors, p. *244-*267 (link)

Bank of the United States, p. 93-94 (link), p. 165-169 (link)

The printer and bank information was now required under the Resolution of 14 July 1832, 4 Stat. 608.

1834
Register of Officers of Government, to accompany joint resolution No. 8, June 26, 1834.
House Report No. 549, 23rd Congress, 1st Session, 2 p.
Select Committee appointed 10 Apr. 1834, reported 21 June 1834.  Proposal to print the register annually.

1835
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
City of Washington : printed by Blair & Rives, 1835; viii + 182 + 297 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-viii (link)

Treasury Department, p. 12-76 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 16 (link)
    U.S. Mint, p. 76 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 154 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office, p. 179-180 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*297 (link)
    General Post Office, p. *1-*3 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *4-*271 (link; contents by state)
        Canada, p. *4 (link)
        Canada Line, Maine, p. *5 (link), compensation $4.21
    List of Mail Contractors, p. *272-*291 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *292-*297 (link)

Bank of the United States, p. 78-79 (link), p. 164-167 (link)

1835
reprinted
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Reprinted by the Compiler, William A. Weaver.
City of Washington : printed by Blair & Rives, 1835; viii + 182 + 297 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-viii (link)

Treasury Department, p. 12-76 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 16 (link)
    U.S. Mint, p. 76 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 154 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office, p. 179-180 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*297 (link)
    General Post Office, p. *1-*3 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *4-*271 (link; contents by state)
        Canada, p. *4 (link)
        Canada Line, Maine, p. *5 (link), compensation $4.21
    List of Mail Contractors, p. *272-*291 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *292-*297 (link)

Bank of the United States, p. 78-79 (link), p. 164-167 (link)

1835
unofficial
Benjamin Matthias, The Politician's Register, containing a brief sketch of the Executive, Legislative and Judicial Departments of the Federal and State Governments.
Philadelphia : Key and Biddle, 1835; [4] + 104 p.

No useful information about the Post Office, but this volume has (incorrectly) appeared in lists of the Official Register, and we are simply repeating the error.

1836
Clerks in the Office of the Register of the Treasury, April 16, 1836.
House Document No. 216, 24th Congress, 1st Session, 6 p.
In response to a House Resolution of 11 Apr. 1836.

1837
The Biennial Register of all Officers and Agents ...
City of Washington : printed by Blair & Rives, 1838; viii + 208 + 325 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-viii (link)

Treasury Department, p. 16-87 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 20-21 (link)
    Auditor [of the Treasury] for the Post Office Department, p. 25-27 (link)
    [note on salaries], p. 27 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 86-87 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 177 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office, p. 198-203 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*324 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*3 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
        Special Agents, p. *3 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*290 (link; contents by state)
        Canada, p. *290 (link)
    List of Mail Contractors, p. *291-*313 (link)
        Express Mails, p. *313 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *314-*324 (link)

Bank of the United States, p. 89-90 (link), p. 205 (link).
    The bank's federal charter expired in Apr. 1836; it continued as a Pennsylvania bank, and closed in 1841.

The Post Office contracted with three railroads for mail transport in 1835-1837,
  • the Patterson and Hudson Railroad Company, New Jersey (p. *297, link)
  • the West Chester Railroad Company, Pennsylvania (p. *299, link)
  • the Tuscumbia Railroad Company, Alabama (p. *305, link)
1838
Biennial Register.  Letter from the Secretary of State, in relation to The Delay which has occurred in the Publication of the Biennial Register, &c., January 10, 1838.
Senate Document 89, 25th Congress, 2nd Session, 4 p.
House Document 84, 25th Congress, 2nd Session, 4 p.
Most of the delay was attributed to the Post Office Department.

1839
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : printed by A.B. Claxton and Co., 1839; viii + 188 + 311 p. There is a second version, identical except, Washington : printed for Garret Anderson, 1839.
In all, on p. *311 (the last), "B. Homans, Printer."
  • Garret Anderson sold 4 copies of the Blue Book to the Postmaster General on 5 June 1840 (ref).
Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-viii (link)
Correction, after p. 168 (link)

Treasury Department, p. 13-80 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 18 (link)
    Auditor [of the Treasury] for the Post Office Department, p. 22-24 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 80 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 164 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office, p. 183-186 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*311 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
        Special Agents, p. *2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*275 (link; contents by state)
        [explanatory note on compensation], p. *275 (link)
        Canada, p. *304 (link)
    List of Mail Contractors [incl. special routes], p. *276-*304 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *304-*311 (link)

1840
Post Office clerks, for the year 1839
Serial Set 365, https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.b3983330&seq=299  [Berkeley]
1840
Message from the President of the United States, explaining The causes of the delay in publication and distribution of the Biennial Register, January 21, 1840.
Senate Document No. 100, 26th Congress, 1st Session, 4 p.
House Document No. 96, 26th Congress, 1st Session, 4 p.
Blame falls on the printer, in this case the second-lowest bidder (A.B. Claxton), the lowest-bidder (Jonathan Elliot) having refused a contract on his own terms.

1840
unofficial
George Watterston, A Picture of Washington.
Washington : William M. Morrison, 1840; 136 p.
General Post Office Department, p. 38-39 (link), p. 100 (link)
Postage rates, by acts of 1825 and 1827, p. 100-104 (link)

1841
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : printed by Thomas Allen, 1841; viii + 208 + 422 + [1] p. Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Index, p. iv-viii (link)
errata, 1 p. (link)

Treasury Department, p. 14-93 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 19 (link), with note on responsibilities for the Post Office.
    Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, p. 24-27 (link); printers employed, p. *421 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 93 (link)
    Letter from the Auditor to Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, p. *422 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 208 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*421 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
        Special Agents, p. *2 (link); see also, p. *417 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*371 (link; contents by state)
        Canada, p. *3 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *372-*378 (link)
    List of Mail Contractors, p. *379-*409 (link)
    Mail Contractors [special routes], p. *409-*416 (link)
    Special Mail Service, p. *416 (link)
    Special Agents [mail depredations], p. *417 (link)
    List of Agents [railroad cars and steamboats], p. *417-*418 (link)
        [this does not indicate whether by rail or steam, or which route, for any of the agents]
    Printers employed by the Post Office, p. *418-*421 (link)

1841
Morrison
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : published by W.M. Morrison, 1841; viii + 208 + 422 + [2] p.
(on p. ii) T. Allen, printer. [Thomas Allen]
Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Index, p. iv-viii (link)
errata, 2 p. (link)

Treasury Department, p. 14-93 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 19 (link), with note on responsibilities for the Post Office.
    Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, p. 24-27 (link); printers employed, p. *421 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 93 (link)
    Letter from the Auditor to Daniel Webster, Secretary of State, p. *422 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 208 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*421 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
        Special Agents, p. *2 (link); see also, p. *417 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*371 (link; contents by state)
        Canada, p. *3 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *372-*378 (link)
    List of Mail Contractors, p. *379-*409 (link)
    Mail Contractors [special routes], p. *409-*416 (link)
    Special Mail Service, p. *416 (link)
    Special Agents [mail depredations], p. *417 (link)
    List of Agents [railroad cars and steamboats], p. *417-*418 (link)
    Printers employed by the Post Office, p. *418-*421 (link)

1841
unofficial
Edmund F. Brown, The Reference Book of the United States.
Washington : Blair and Rives, 1841.
  • Cabinet Record, p. 17-20 (link)
  • National Executive; List of officers, clerks, messengers, etc., p. 34-43 (link)
  • Senators and Representatives, officers of the Senate and House, p. 43-48 (link)
  • Diplomatic, p. 48-49 (link)
  • Judicial, p. 49 (link)
  • The Post Office, Principal post towns, p. 54-58 (link)
1842
unofficial
George Watterston, A New Guide to Washington.
Washington : Robert Farnham, 1842; 221 + [1] p.
General Post Office Department, p. 63-65 (link), 196-202 (link), 215 (link).
Washington City post office, p. 85 (link).

1842
Post Office Department, Persons Employed.  Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting The information required by the resolution of the House of Representatives of the 1th July last, respecting the number, duties, and compensation of all persons employed in the Post Office Department, &c., March 31, 1842.
Serial Set 404, 27th Congress, 2d Session, House Doc. No. 170 (link).

1843
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers, 1843; viii + 288 + [1] + 803 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, p. iii-viii (link)
Correction to p. 36 (link)

Treasury Department, p. 20-130 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 25 (link)
    Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, p. 30-32 (link); printers, p. *803 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 129-130 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 285 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*802 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*4 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*3 (link)
        Special Agents, p. *3-*4 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *4-*588 (link; contents by state)
        Canada, p. *4 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *589-*605 (link)
        New York, City Despatch Post, p. *600 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *606-*784 (link)
        River Mails, p. *784 (link)
    Mail Contractors [special routes], p. *785-*795 (link)
    Mail Agents [railroad cars and steamboats], p. *796 (link)
    Local Agents and Mail Messengers, p. *797 (link)
    Special Agents [mail depredations], p. *798-*800 (link)
    Printers employed by the Post Office, p. *800-*802 (link)

1843 -
1855
unofficial
The Whig Almanac and United States Register.
New York : Greeley & McElrath, 1843.
1843
Officers, &c., of the Customs -- Number, Classes, and Compensation.  Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting Statements of sundry collectors of Customs and Register of the Treasury, February 22, 1843.
House Document No. 173, 27th Congress, 3rd Session, 24 p.
In response to House Resolution of 1 Feb. 1843.

1843
Persons employed in the Treasury Department on 1st January, 1829, and 1st January, 1843.  Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting A statement from the Register of the Treasury, in relation to the number, classes, and compensation of persons employed in the Treasury Department on 1st January, 1829, and 1st January, 1843, February 24, 1843.
House Document No. 178, 27th Congress, 3rd Session, 6 p.
The persons are not named, only described by position.

1844
Delivery of Biennial Register.  Letter from the Secretary of State, with Accompanying papers, showing why the Biennial Register has not been delivered according to law, &c., February 3, 1844.
House Document No. 99, 28th Congress, 1st Session, 4 p.
In response to House Resolution of 29 Jan. 1844.

1845
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers, 1845; viii + 254 + [1] + 568 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, p. iii-viii (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 2 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 106-218 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 111 (link)
    Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, p. 115-117 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 218 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office, p. 242-244 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 254 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*568 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*421 (link; contents by state); changes (link)
        Canada, p. *421 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *422-*434 (link)
        New York, City Despatch Post, p. *430-*431 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *435-*553 (link)
        River Mails, p. *553 (link)
    Mail Contractors [special routes], p. *554-*563 (link)
    Mail Agents [railroad cars and steamboats], p. *564 (link)
    Local Agents and Mail Messengers, p. *565-*566 (link)
    Special Agents [mail depredations], p. *567-*568 (link)

1845
Salaries of Persons Employed at Washington, &c., March 3, 1845.
House of Representatives, 28th Congress, 2nd Session, Rep. No. 200, 21 p.
1847
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : J. & G.S. Gideon, printers, 1847; viii + 294 + 618 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, p. iii-viii (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 3 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 15-133 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 20 (link)
    Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, p. 21-22 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 133 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office, p. 279-283 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 294 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*618 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*456 (link; contents by state)
        Canada, p. *456 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *457-*470 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *471-*600 (link)
        River Mails, p. *600 (link)
    Mail Contractors [special routes, local agents, mail messengers], p. *601-*614 (link)
    Mail Agents [railroad cars and steamboats], p. *615-*616 (link)
    Special Agents [mail depredations], p. *617-*618 (link)

1849
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Gideon and Co., printers, 1849; x + 288 + 713 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, p. iii-x (link)

Treasury Department, p. 14-127 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 20-21 (link)
    Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, p. 21-22 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 127 (link)
State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 253 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. 273-276 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 287-288 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*713 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*527 (link; contents by state)
        River Mails, p. *527 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *528-*543 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *544-*691 (link)
    Mail Contractors [special routes, mail messengers], p. *692-*709 (link)
    Mail Agents [local agents, route agents, mail messengers], p. *709-*711 (link)
    Special Agents [mail depredations], p. *712-713 (link)

1851
Register of all Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Gideon and Co., printers, 1851; xx + 312 + 770 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, p. iii-xix (link)

Treasury Department, p. 15-133 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 22 (link)
    Auditor of the Treasury for the Post Office Department, p. 22-24 (link)
    Treasurer of the Mint, United States Mints, p. 26 (link), 132 (link)
State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 272 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. 294-300 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 312 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*770 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*610 (link; contents by state)
        River Mails, p. *610 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *611-*632 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *633-*737 (link)
        Foreign Mail Service, p. *737 (link)
        Steam Mail Service, p. *737 (link), under the Navy Department
    Mail Contractors [special routes, mail messengers], p. *738-*764 (link)
    Mail Agents [local agents, route agents], p. *765-*767 (link)
    Government Agents, p. *768 (link)
        Resident Post Office Agents Abroad, p. *768 (link)
    Special Agents [mail depredations], p. *769-*770 (link)

1851
unofficial
Disturnell's United States National Register, and Calendar for 1851-52.
New York : Mark H. Newman & Co., John Disturnell, 72 p.
Post Office Department, p. 46 (link), 56 (link)

1853
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Robert Armstrong, public printer, 1853; xx + 306 + 741 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, p. iii-xix (link)

Treasury Department, p. 16-130 (link); errata (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 22 (link)
    Sixth Auditor [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 22-25 (link)
    Treasurer of the Mint, United States Mint, p. 26 (link), 30 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. 281-291 (link)
Senate, "attending mail wagon", p. 295 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 303 (link)
State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 305 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*741 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*3 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*3 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *4-*578 (link; contents by state)
        River Mails, p. *578 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *579-*604 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *604-*706 (link)
        Foreign Mail Service, p. *706 (link)
        Steam Mail Service, p. *706 (link), under the Navy Department
        Resident Post Office Agents Abroad, p. *706 (link)
    Mail Contractors [special routes], p. *707-*725 (link)
    Mail Agents [local agents, route agents], p. *726-*732 (link)
    Local Agents and Mail Messengers, p. *732-740 (link)
    Special Agents [mail depredations], p. *741 (link)

1855
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : A.O.P. Nicholson, public printer, 1855; xvi + 196 + 513 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, errata, p. iii-xvi (link)

Treasury Department, p. 13-75 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 17 (link)
    Sixth Auditor [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 17-19 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 20 (link), 24 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. 181-185 (link)
    p. 185 (link), amounts paid to postage stamp and stamped envelope contractors
Senate, Postmaster, p. 187 (link)
House of Representatives, Postmaster, p. 193 (link)
State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 195 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*513 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*397 (link; contents by state)
        River Mails, p. *397 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *398-*414 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *414-*483 (link)
        Foreign Mail Service, p. *483 (link)
        Steam Mail Service, p. *483 (link), under the Navy Department
        Resident Post Office Agent Abroad, p. *483 (link)
    Mail Contractors [special routes], p. *483-*499 (link)
    Route Agents, p. *499-*503 (link)
    Special Agents, p. *503 (link)
    Local Agents, p. *504 (link)
    Mail Messengers, p. *504-*513 (link)

1856
unofficial
Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States.
Washington : Alfred Hunter, 1856, 58 p.
  • Offices and salaries only, no names of the office holders.
  • There is a distinct political and anti-foreigner bias in the title page, preface and statistical summary.
Post Office Department, Clerks in Post Offices, p. 49 (link)
Route Agents, Special Agents, Local Agents, Mail Messengers, p. 50-51 (link)
Post Offices, p. 51-58 (link), only those above $400 compensation

1857
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : A.O.P. Nicholson, public printer, 1857; xvi + 194 + 532 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, notice, p. iii-xvi (link)

Treasury Department, p. 13-77 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 17 (link)
    Sixth Auditor [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 17-19 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 19-20 (link), 24-25 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. 180-184 (link)
    p. 184 (link), amounts paid to postage stamp and stamped envelope contractors
Senate, Postmaster, p. 186 (link)
Post Office of the House of Representatives, p. 192 (link)
State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 194 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*532 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*404 (link; contents by state)
    Route Agents, p. *405-*409 (link)
    Special Agents, p. *410 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *411-*430 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *431-*502 (link)
    Local Mail Agency, p. *503 (link)
    Mail Messenger Service, p. *504-*514 (link)
    Special Mail Service, p. *515-*532 (link)

1859
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : William A. Harris, printer, 1859; xvi + 198 + 567 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, notice, p. iii-xvi (link)

Treasury Department, p. 14-78 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 18 (link)
    Sixth Auditor [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 18-20 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 20-21 (link), 25-26 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. 184-187 (link)
    p. 187 (link), amounts paid to postage stamp and stamped envelope contractors
Senate, Postmaster, p. 190 (link)
Post Office of the House of Representatives, p. 196 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*567 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc., p. *1-*2 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*424 (link; contents by state)
    Special Agents, p. *425 (link)
    Route Agents, p. *426-*431 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *432-*452 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *453-*537 (link)
    Local Mail Agency, p. *537 (link)
    Mail Messenger Service, p. *538-*549 (link)
    Special Mail Service, p. *550-*567 (link)

The Post Office Department list was prepared by the office of the Auditor for the Post Office (per the Report of the Postmaster General, Dec. 1859, ref).

1861
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1862; xvi + 215 + 590 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Index, notice, p. iii-xvi (link)

Treasury Department, p. 15-72 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 19 (link)
    Sixth Auditor [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 19-21 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 26 (link)
Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. 204-206 (link)
    p. 206 (link), amounts paid to postage stamp and stamped envelope contractors
Senate, Postmaster, p. 208 (link)
Post Office of the House of Representatives, p. 214 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*590 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*2 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc.
        Appointment Office, Contract Office, Finance Office, Inspection Office, Topographer
        Dead Letter Office, Stamp Office
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *3-*447 (link; contents by state)
    Special Agents, p. *448 (link)
    Local Agents, p. *448 (link)
        Blank Agency, Postage Stamp Agency, etc.
    Route Agents, p. *449-*454 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *455-*478 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. *478-*558 (link)
    Local Mail Agency, p. *559 (link)
    Mail Messenger Service, p. *560-*572 (link)
    Special Mail Service, p. *572-*590 (link)

1861
unofficial
The Little Blue Book, a Register of Federal Offices and Salaries.
New York : G.A. Whitehorne, 1861.
Post Office Department, p. 105-122 (link)

1861
unofficial
United States Register, or Blue Book, for 1861-62 containing a List of all the Principal Officers of the Federal Government, United States Census of 1860, ...,  etc.
New York : Charles Scribner, 1861; compiled by J. Disturnell.
Further editions, for 1862, 1866, 1867, 1869, 1874 (see below)

1862
unofficial
Blue Book, or, Register of Officers and Agents, Civil, Military, and Naval, in the Service of the United States.
New York : J.H. Colton, 1863; 262 p.; compiled by J. Disturnell.
  • title page, "Corrected to November, 1862"; p. 17, "Corrected to October, 1862"
  • Senate Resolution, May 27, 1862, Senate Journal vol. 54, p. 529 (link), 540 (link), 552 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 15 (link), 243-244 (link).

1863
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1864; xvi + 824 p. Title, legal, notice, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-xvi (link)

Treasury Department, p. 18-96 (link)
    Ladies employed at counting U.S. Notes and Postal Currency, preparatory to burning, p. 19 (link), 34-35 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 27 (link)
    Sixth Auditor [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 27-29 (link)
    Fractional Currency Department, p. 33 (link)
    National Currency Bureau, p. 41-42 (link).  Predecessor of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
    United States Mint, p. 45 (link)
Senate, Postmaster, p. 274 (link)
Post Office of the House of Representatives, p. 280 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 283-824 (link)
    [General Office], p. 283-285 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc.
        Appointment Office, Contract Office, Finance Office, Inspection Office, Topographer
        Dead Letter Office, Stamp Office
    Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. 286-287 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. 288-703 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. 704-734 (link)
    Special Agents, p. 734 (link)
    Local Agents, p. 735 (link)
        Blank Agency, Postage Stamp Agency, etc.
    Route Agents, p. 736-741 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 741-798 (link)
    Local Mail Agency, p. 799 (link)
    Mail Messenger Service, p. 800-811 (link)
    Special Mail Service, p. 811-824 (link)

1865
unofficial
United States Register, or, Blue Book for 1865.
New York : Sinclair Tousey, 1864; compiled by J. Disturnell.
Post Office Department, p. 76-78 (link), 97-98 (link)

Similar, for 1866 (ref).

1865
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1866; xvi + 308 + 553 p. Title, legal, notice, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-xvi (link)

Treasury Department, p. 18-122 (link)
    [Office of the] Fifth Auditor, p. 35 (link)
    Sixth Auditor [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 35-37 (link)
    Fractional Currency Department, p. 41 (link), 44 (link)
    National Currency Bureau, p. 49-50 (link)
    United States Mint, p. 65-66 (link)
Senate, Postmaster, p. 304 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 305 (link)

Post Office Department, p. *1-*553 (link)
    [General Office], p. *1-*3 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc.
        Appointment Office, Contract Office, Money-Order System, Topographer
        Dead Letter Office
    Printers employed by the Post Office Department, p. *4-*6 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. *7-*420 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. *421-*461 (link)
    Postal Railway Clerks, p. *461-*462 (link)
    Route Agents, p. *462-*469 (link)
    Special Agents, p. *469 (link)
    Local Agents, p. *470 (link)
        Blank Agency, Postage Stamp Agency, etc.
    Mail Contractors, p. *471-*526 (link)
    Local Mail Agency, p. *526-*527 (link)
    Mail Messenger Service, p. *527-*539 (link)
    Special Mail Service, p. *540-*553 (link)

1866
List of Clerks, Messengers and Laborers, May 1866.
1867
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1868; xvi + 877 p. Title, legal, notice, errata, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-xv (link)

Treasury Department, p. 20-142 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 42 (link)
    Sixth Auditor's Office [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 43-45 (link)
    National Currency Bureau, p. 55 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 86-87 (link)
Senate, Postmaster, p. 327 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 332 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 334-877 (link)
    [General Office], p. 334-337 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Clerks, etc.
        Appointment Office, Contract Office, Finance Office, Money Order System, Topographer
        Dead Letter Office
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. 338-712 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. 713-753 (link)
    Postal Railway Clerks, p. 753-755 (link)
    Route Agents, p. 755-763 (link)
    Mail Route Messengers, p. 763-764 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 764-842 (link)
    Letter Carriers, p. 843-850 (link)
    Mail Messengers, p. 850-864 (link), incl. local mail agents, mail route messengers
    Special Mail Service, p. 865-877 (link)

1869
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1870; xviii + 917 p. Title, legal, notice, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-xvii (link)

Treasury Department, p. 20-153 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 42-43 (link)
    Sixth Auditor's Office [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 43-45 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 56 (link)
    United States Mint, Branch Mints, p. 90-91 (link)
Senate, Postmaster, p. 308 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 314 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 316-917 (link)
    [General Office], p. 316-320 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General
        Superintendents of Foreign Mails, Money-Order System, Dead-Letter Office
        Clerks, etc.
        Appointment Office, Contract Office, Finance Office, Topographer
    Blank Agency, p. 320 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. 320-733 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. 734-775 (link)
    Railway Post Office Clerks, p. 776-780 (link)
    Route Agents, p. 780-790 (link)
    Mail Route Messengers, p. 790-791 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 792-878 (link)
    Letter Carriers, p. 878-887 (link)
    Mail Messengers, p. 887-902 (link)
    Special Mail Service, p. 902-915 (link)
    Special Agents, p. 915-916 (link)
    Local Agents, p. 916-917 (link)

1869
unofficial
United States Register, or Blue Book for 1869.
New York : J. Disturnell, 1869.
Post Office Department, p. 79-81 (link)

1871
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1872; xv + 913 p. Title, legal, notice, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-xv (link)

Treasury Department, p. 20-154 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 41-42 (link)
    Sixth Auditor's Office [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 42-44 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 69 (link)
    United States Mint, Branch Mints, p. 89-90 (link)
Senate, Postmaster, p. 309 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 315 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 317-913 (link)
    [General Office], p. 317-322 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Superintendents, etc., p. 317 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 317-322 (link)
        Office of Foreign Mails, Depredation Office, Money-Order Office, p. 320 (link)
        Topographic Division, Blank Agency, Lock and Key Agency, p. 321-322 (link)
    Clerks in Post-offices, p. 322-366 (link)
    Railway Post-office Clerks, p. 366-374 (link)
    Route Agents, p. 374-386 (link)
    Mail-Route Messengers, p. 386-388 (link)
    Special Agents, p. 388-389 (link)
    Local Agents, p. 389-390 (link)
    Letter-carriers, p. 390-400 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 400-493 (link)
    Post-offices, Postmasters, p. 493-881 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 881-894 (link)
    Mail Messengers, p. 894-913 (link)

1872
unofficial
United States Register or Blue Book for 1872.
Philadelphia : J. Disturnell, 1872.
Post Office Department, p. 69-70 (link)

1872
unofficial
H. Charles Ulman, Lawyers' Record and Official Register of the United States.
New York : A.S. Barnes, 1872; 1143 p.
Nothing about the Post Office.

1873
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1874; xv + 1022 p. Title, legal, notice, p. i-iv (link)
Index, p. v-xv (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 3 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 9-10 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 13 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 28-211 (link)
    [Bureau of the] Mint, p. 33 (link)
    [Bureau of] Engraving and Printing, p. 37 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 53 (link)
    Sixth Auditor's Office [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 54-56 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 119-126 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 355-1022 (link)
    [General Office], p. 355-360 (link)
        Postmaster General, Assistant Postmasters General, Superintendents, etc., p. 355 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 356-360 (link)
        Topographic Division, Mail Lock and Key Division, p. 360 (link)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 361-412 (link)
    Railway Post-Office Clerks, p. 412-422 (link)
    Route-Agents, p. 422-435 (link)
    Mail-Route Messengers, p. 435-438 (link)
    Special Agents, p. 438-439 (link)
    Local Agents, p. 439-440 (link)
    Letter-Carriers, p. 441-454 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 454-554 (link; contents by state)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. 555-982 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 982-997 (link)
    Mail Messengers, p. 997-1022 (link)

1874
unofficial
United States Register or Blue Book for 1874.
Philadelphia : J. Disturnell, 1874; 128 + xlviii + [4] p. Post Office Department, p. 69-70 (link).

1874
United States Official Postal Guide, Oct. 1874, no. 1; 340 p.
  • PDF  [ProQuest]
  • APRL
Table of Contents, p. v
Organization of the Department, p. vii-xi
List of Post Offices, alphabetical, p. 49-193; by state and county, p. 194-308
List of Post Offices of the First, Second and Third Class, with salary of the postmasters, p. 309-320
List of Money-Order Offices, p. 321-337
Index, p. 338-340

1875
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1876; xvi + 1211 p. Title, legal, notice, p. i-iv (link)
Table of Contents [actually, an index], p. v-xv (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 3 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 9-10 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 22 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 25-227 (link)
    [Bureau of] Engraving and Printing, p. 33 (link)
    [Bureau of the] Mint, p. 33 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 46 (link)
    Sixth Auditor's Office [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 47-50 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 123-131 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 445-1207 (link)
    [General Office], p. 445-451 (link)
        Postmaster-General, Assistant Postmasters-General, Superintendents, etc., p. 445 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 445-451 (link)
        Topographic Division, Blank Agency, p. 449 (link)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 451-508 (link)
    Railway Post-Office Clerks, p. 508-522 (link)
    Route-Agents, p. 522-539 (link)
    Mail-Route Messengers, p. 539-542 (link)
    Special Agents, p. 542-543 (link)
    Local Agents, p. 543-545 (link)
    Letter-Carriers, p. 545-560 (link)
    Mail-Contractors, p. 561-668 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail-Service, p. 669-682 (link)
    Mail-Messengers, p. 682-708 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. 709-1207 (link; contents by state)

1875
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1875 - Dec. 1875 (link)
Quarterly, Jan., Apr., July, Oct.

1876
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1876 - Dec. 1876 (link)
Quarterly, Jan., Apr., July, Oct.

1877
Register of Officers and Agents, ...
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1878; iv + 971 p. Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-iv (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 745-971 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 3 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 8 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 20 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 21-192 (link)
    Office of the Director of the Mint, p. 27 (link)
    Bureau of Printing and Engraving, p. 29-37 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 50-51 (link)
    Sixth Auditor's Office [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 51-54 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 116-123 (link)
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 305 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 351-743 (link)
    [General Office], p. 351-356 (link)
        Postmaster-General, Assistant Postmasters-General, Superintendents, etc., p. 351 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 351-356 (link)
        Topographic Division, p. 354-355 (link)
        Blank Agency, p. 355 (link)
    Clerks in Post Offices, p. 356-408 (link)
    Railway Post-Office Clerks, p. 408-419 (link)
    Route-Agents, p. 419-431 (link)
    Mail-Route Messengers, p. 431-434 (link)
    Special Agents, p. 434 (link)
    Local Agents, p. 434-436 (link)
    Letter-Carriers, p. 436-449 (link)
    Mail-Contractors, p. 450-512 (link)
    Special Mail-Service, p. 513-517 (link)
    Mail-Messengers, p. 518-530 (link)
    Post Offices, Postmasters, p. 531-743 (link; contents by state)

1877
unofficial
U.S. Blue Book, a Register of Offices and Clerkships.
Washington : Washington Publishing Co., 1877, 169 p.
Post Office Department, p. 136-169 (link)

1877
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1877 - Dec. 1877 (link)
Quarterly, Jan., Apr., July, Oct.

1878
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1878 - Dec. 1878 (link)
Quarterly, Jan., Apr., July, Oct.

1879 Official Register of the United States, 1879.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1879; viii + 530 p.
Title, legal, note, p. i-iii (link)
Table of Contents, p. v-vii (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 449-530 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 4-5 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 9 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 25 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 26-221 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 34 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 37-50 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 65 (link)
    Sixth Auditor's Office [for the Post Office Dept.], p. 65-68 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 128-137 (link)
    Employés in Public Buildings, p. 216-221 (link)
        Nothing specific about post offices, but see the following years.
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 367 (link)

Post-Office Department, General Office, p. 304-311 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster General, p. 304 (link)
    Office of the First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster General, p. 304-305 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Division, p. 305 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agent, Postal-Card Agent, Stamped-Envelope Agent, p. 305 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 305 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 305 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 305 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General, p. 305 (link)
    Clerks, etc., p. 306-310 (link)
        Topographic Division, Blank Agency, p. 309 (link)
    Special Agents, Stamped-Envelope Agency, Postal-Card Agency, Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 311 (link)

1879
Official Register of the United States, 1879.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1879; iv + 629 p.
Title, p. i (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-iv (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 457-629 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-14 (link)
    General Office, p. 3-10 (link)
        Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
        Office of the First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
            Postage-Stamp Division, p. 4 (link)
            Postage-Stamp Agent, Postal-Card Agent, Stamped-Envelope Agent, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 4 (link)
        The Railway Mail Service, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Assistant Attorney-General, detailed from the Dept. of Justice, p. 5 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 5-9 (link)
            Topographic Division, p. 8 (link)
            Blank Agency, p. 3, 8 (link)
        Special Agents, Stamped-Envelope Agency, Postal-Card Agency, Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 10 (link)
    Office of Auditor of the Treasury for Post-Office Department, p. 11-14 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 15-455 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 17-49 (link)
    Mail-Contractors, p. 49-127 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail-Service, p. 128-132 (link; contents by state)
    Mail-Messengers, p. 133-147 (link; contents by state)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 148-379 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 379-440 (link)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter-Carriers, p. 440-455 (link; contents by office)

1879
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1879 - Dec. 1879 (link)
Quarterly, Jan., Apr., July; Monthly Supplements, Sep.-Dec.

1880
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1880 - Dec. 1880 (link)
Postal Guide, Jan.; Monthly Supplements, Feb.-Dec.

1880
unofficial
The United States Blue Book, A Register of Federal Offices and Employments.
Washington : J.H. Soulé.

1880, 166 p.
second ed., not located

1881, third ed., 166 p.
1885, fourth ed., 181 p.
1889, fifth ed., 200 p.

1881 Official Register of the United States, 1881.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1881; vi + 876 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-v (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 743-876 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 5-6 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 12 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 28 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 29-247 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 39 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 42-57 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 71 (link)
    Sixth Auditor's Office [for the Post-Office Department], p. 72-75 (link)
    Stamp Agents, p. 84 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 144-154 (link)
    Employés in Public Buildings, p. 240-247 (link)
        Nothing specific about post offices, but see the following years.
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post Office Department, p. 642 (link)

The Post-Office Department, General Office, p. 526-534 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 526 (link)
    Office of the First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 526-527 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 527 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 527 (link)
    Railway Mail Service, p. 527 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General [for the Post-Office Department], p. 527-528 (link)
    Clerks, etc., p. 528-533 (link)
        Topographic Division, p. 531-532 (link)
        Blank Agency, p. 532 (link)
    Post-Office Inspectors, p. 533-534 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, Postal-Card Agency, Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 534 (link)

1881
Official Register of the United States, 1881.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1881; iv + 892 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-iv (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 697-892 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-16 (link)
    General Office, p. 3-11 (link)
        Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
        Office of the First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 4 (link)
        Railway Mail Service, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Assistant Attorney-General [for the Post-Office Department], p. 4-5 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 5-10 (link)
            Topographic Division, p. 8-9 (link)
            Blank Agency, p. 9 (link)
        Post-Office Inspectors, p. 10-11 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, Postal-Card Agency, Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 11 (link)
    Office of Auditor of the Treasury for Post-Office Department [Sixth Auditor], p. 12-15 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 17-696 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 19-54 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 55-312 (link; contents by state)
        Railroad Service, Steamboat Service, Star Service
    Special Mail-Service, p. 312-321 (link; contents by state)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 322-350 (link; contents by state)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 351-610 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 610-678 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 679-696 (link; contents by office)

1881
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1881 - Dec. 1881 (link)

1882
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1882 - Dec. 1882 (link)

1882
List of Officers, Clerks, and other Employees of the Post-Office Department, not required to be confirmed by the Senate, communicated in compliance with the resolution of the Senate of May 19, 1881.
Serial Set 1987, 47th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Ex.Doc. No. 42, 6 Jan. 1882 (link); 14 p.

1883 Official Register of the United States, 1883.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1883; vi + 848 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-v (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 715-848 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 6 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 13 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 29 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 32-252 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 41 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 44-61 (link)
    Fifth Auditor's Office, p. 76-77 (link)
    Office of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 77-81 (link)
    Stamp Agents, p. 89 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 153-162 (link)
    Employés in Public Buildings, p. 247-251 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 605 (link)

The Post-Office Department, General Office, p. 510-520 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 510 (link)
    Office of the First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 510-511 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 511 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 511 (link)
    Office of Mail Depredations, p. 511 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General [for the Post-Office Department], p. 511 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 511 (link)
    Clerks, etc., p. 512-518 (link)
        Office of the Topographer, p. 516 (link)
    Post-Office Inspectors, p. 518-519 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 519-520 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 520 (link)

1883
Official Register of the United States, 1883.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1884; iv + 995 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-iv (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 781-995 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-18 (link)
    General Office, p. 3-13 (link)
        Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
        Office of the First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster General, p. 3-4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Mail Depredations, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Assistant Attorney-General [for the Post-Office Department], p. 4 (link)
        The Railway Mail Service, p. 4 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 5-11 (link)
            Office of the Topographer, p. 9 (link)
        Post-Office Inspectors, p. 11-12 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 12 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 12-13 (link)
        Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 13 (link)
    Office of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 13-17 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 19-780 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 21-283 (link; contents by state)
        Railway Service, Steamboat Service, Star Service
    Special Mail-Service, p. 284-293 (link; contents by state)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 293-321 (link; contents by state)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 321-366 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 367-644 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 645-737 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter-Carriers, p. 738-780 (link; contents by state)

1883
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1883 - Dec. 1883 (link)

1884
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1884 - Dec. 1884 (link)

1885 Official Register of the United States, 1885.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1885; vi + 803 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-v (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 681-803 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 6 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 12 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 30 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 32-237 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 41-42 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 44-57 (link)
    Office of Fifth Auditor, p. 74 (link)
    Office of Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 74-79 (link)
    Stamp Agent, p. 87 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 134-143 (link)
    Employés in Public Buildings, p. 229-237 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 561 (link)

The Post-Office Department, General Office, p. 463-473 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 463 (link)
    Office of First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster General, p. 463-464 (link)
    Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 464 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 464 (link)
    Office of Mail Depredations, p. 464 (link)
    Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 464 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 464 (link)
    Clerks, etc., p. 465-471 (link)
        Office of the Topographer, p. 469 (link)
    Post-Office Inspectors, p. 471-472 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 472 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 472-473 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 473 (link)

1885
Official Register of the United States, 1885.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1885; vi + 1056 p.
Title, p. i-iv (link)
Table of Contents, p. v-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 835-1056 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-18 (link)
    General Office, p. 3-13 (link)
        Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
        Office of First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
        Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Mail Depredations, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Assistant Attorney-General [for the Post-Office Department], p. 4 (link)
        The Railway Mail Service, p. 4 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 5-11 (link)
            Office of the Topographer, p. 9 (link)
        Post-Office Inspectors, p. 11-12 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 12 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 12-13 (link)
        Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 13 (link)
    Office of Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 13-18 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 19-833 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 21-299 (link; contents by state)
        Railway Service, Steamboat Service, Star Service
    Special Mail-Service, p. 299-308 (link; contents by state)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 308-339 (link; contents by state)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 339-388 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 389-690 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 691-782 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 783-833 (link; contents by state)

1885
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1885 - Dec. 1885 (link)

1886
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1886 - Dec. 1886 (link)

1887 Official Register of the United States, 1887.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1887; vi + 893 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 755-893 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 6 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 13 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 32 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 33-245 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 43 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 46-56 (link)
    Office of Fifth Auditor, p. 75 (link)
    Office of Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 75-80 (link)
    Stamp Agents, p. 126 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 137-147 (link)
    Employés in Public Buildings, p. 236-245 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 597 (link)

The Post-Office Department, General Office, p. 491-501 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 491 (link)
    Office of First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster General, p. 491-492 (link)
    Dead-Letter Office, p. 492 (link)
    Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 492 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 492 (link)
    Office of Mail Depredations, p. 492 (link)
    Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 492 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 492-493 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 493 (link)
    Clerks, etc., p. 493-499 (link)
    Post-Office Inspectors, p. 499-500 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 500-501 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 501 (link)

1887
Official Register of the United States, 1887.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1887; vi + 1141 p.
Title, p. i-iv (link)
Table of Contents, p. v-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 903-1141 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-18 (link)
    General Office, p. 3-13 (link)
        Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
        Office of First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
        Dead-Letter Office, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Mail Depredations, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Topographer, p. 4-5 (link)
        The Railway Mail Service, p. 5 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 5-11 (link)
        Post-Office Inspectors, p. 11-12 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 12-13 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 13 (link)
    Office of Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 13-18 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 19-901 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 21-308 (link; contents by state)
        Railway Service, Steam-boat Service, Star Service
    Special Mail Service, p. 308-316 (link; contents by state)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 317-348 (link; contents by state)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 348-403 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 404-734 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 735-837 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 837-901 (link)

1887
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1887 - Dec. 1887 (link)

1888
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1888 - Dec. 1888 (link)

1889 Official Register of the United States, 1889.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1889; vi + 1002 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 847-1002 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 7 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 13-14 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 23 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 33-256 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 43 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 46-57 (link)
    Office of Fifth Auditor, p. 77 (link)
    Office of Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 77-82 (link)
    United States Mints, p. 143-154 (link)
    Employés in Public Buildings, p. 246-255 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 662 (link)

The Post-Office Department, General Office, p. 554-565 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 554 (link)
    Office of First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 554-555 (link)
    Dead-Letter Office, p. 555 (link)
    Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 555 (link)
    Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 555 (link)
    Office of Mail Depredations, p. 555 (link)
    Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 555 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 555-556 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 556 (link)
    Clerks, etc., p. 556-562 (link)
    Post-Office Inspectors, p. 563-564 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 564 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 565 (link)

1889
Official Register of the United States, 1889.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1890; vi + 1278 p.
Title, p. i-iv (link)
Table of Contents, p. v-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1013-1278 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-20 (link)
    General Office, p. 3-14 (link)
        Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
        Office of First [through Third] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
        Dead-Letter Office, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Superintendent of the Money-Order System, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Mail Depredations, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Topographer, p. 4-5 (link)
        The Railway Mail Service, p. 5 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 5-11 (link)
        Post-Office Inspectors, p. 12-13 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 13 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 13-14 (link)
        Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 14 (link)
    Office of Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 14-19 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 21-1012 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 23-350 (link; contents by state)
        Railway Service, Steam-boat Service, Star Service
    Special Mail Service, p. 350-358 (link; contents by state)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 358-393 (link; contents by state)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 393-454 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 455-806 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 807-920 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 920-1012 (link)

1889
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1889 - Dec. 1889 (link)

1890
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1890 - Dec. 1890 (link)

1891 Official Register of the United States, 1891.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1892; vi + 1179 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 991-1179 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 7-8 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 14 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 23 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 37-276 (link)
    Office of the Fifth Auditor, p. 57-58 (link)
    Office of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 58-63 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 72-87 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 99 (link)
    Mints of the United States, p. 99-109 (link)
    Employés in Public Buildings, p. 262-276 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 789 (link)

The Post-Office Department, General Office, p. 626-638 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 626 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 626-627 (link)
    Dead-Letter Office, p. 627 (link)
    Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 627 (link)
    Office of Superintendent of Money-Order System, p. 627 (link)
    Office of Mail Depredations, p. 627 (link)
    Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 627 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 627-628 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 628 (link)
    Clerks, etc., p. 628-635 (link)
    Post-Office Inspectors, p. 635-637 (link)
    Clerks on Ocean Steamers between New York and Germany, p. 637 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 637 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 637-638 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 638 (link)

1891
Official Register of the United States, 1891.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1892; vi + 1424 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1125-1425 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-20 (link)
    General Office, p. 3-15 (link)
        Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
        Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster General, p. 3-4 (link)
        Dead-Letter Office, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Superintendent of Money-Order System, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Mail Depredations, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Topographer, p. 4-5 (link)
        The Railway Mail Service, p. 5 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 5-12 (link)
        Post-Office Inspectors, p. 12-14 (link)
        Clerks on Ocean Steamers between New York and Germany, p. 14 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 14 (link)
        Postal-Card Agency, Postal-Note Agency, p. 15 (link)
    Office of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 15-20 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 21-1222 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 23-337 (link)
        Railway Service, p. 23-62 (link; contents by state)
        Steamboat Service, p. 62-66 (link; contents by state)
        Star Service, p. 66-337 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 338-347 (link; contents by state)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 348-387 (link; contents by state)
    Railway Mail Service, Railway Postal Clerks, p. 388-457 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 458-850 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 851-992 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 993-1123 (link)

1891
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1891 - Dec. 1891 (link)

1892
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1892 - Dec. 1892 (link)

1893
Official Register of the United States, 1893.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1893; vi + 1221 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Summary, p. 1023-1028 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 1026 (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1029-1221 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 8 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 19 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 29 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 53-304 (link)
    Office of the Fifth Auditor, p. 73 (link)
    Office of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 73-79 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 87-103 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 119-120 (link)
    Mints of the United States, p. 120-128 (link)
    Employés in Public Buildings, p. 288-303 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. [806] (link; see p. 663)

The Post-Office Department, General Office, p. 662-674 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 662 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 662-663 (link)
    Office of Superintendent of Money-Order System, p. 663 (link)
    Dead-Letter Office, p. 663 (link)
    Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 663 (link)
    Mail Depredation Division, p. 663 (link)
    Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 663 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 663-664 (link)
    The Railway Mail Service, p. 664 (link)
    Clerks, etc., p. 664-671 (link)
    Post-Office Inspectors, p. 671-673 (link)
    Clerks on Ocean Steamers between New York and Germany, p. 673 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 673 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 673 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, p. 673-674 (link)
    Postal-Note Agency, p. 674 (link)

1893
Official Register of the United States, 1893.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1894; vi + 1546 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1223-1546 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-20 (link)
    General Office, p. 3-11 (link)
        Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
        Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
        Office of Superintendent of Money-Order System, p. 4 (link)
        Dead-Letter Office, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Superintendent of Foreign Mails, p. 4 (link)
        Mail Depredation Division, p. 4 (link)
        Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 4 (link)
        Office of the Topographer, p. 4-5 (link)
        The Railway Mail Service, p. 5 (link)
        Clerks, etc., p. 5-12 (link)
        Post-Office Inspectors, p. 12-14 (link)
        Clerks on Ocean Steamers between New York and Germany, p. 14 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 14 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 14 (link)
        Postal-Card Agency, p. 14-15 (link)
        Postal-Note Agency, p. 15 (link)
    Office of the Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office Department (Sixth Auditor), p. 15-20 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 21-1222 (link)
    Mail Contractors, p. 23-371 (link)
        Railway Service, p. 23-62 (link; contents by state)
        Steamboat Service, p. 62-66 (link; contents by state)
        Star Service, p. 66-371 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 372-381 (link; contents by state)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 382-421 (link; contents by state)
    Railway Mail Service, Railway Postal Clerks, p. 422-498 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 499-905 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 906-1068 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 1069-1222 (link)

1893
P.O.D.
Register of Employees in the Post-Office Department.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1893, 40 p.

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1893
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1893 - Dec. 1893 (link)

1894
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1894 - Dec. 1894 (link)

1895 Official Register of the United States, 1895.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1895; vi + 1228 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Summary, p. 1035-1040 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 1038 (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1041-1228 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 8 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 19-20 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, not listed
Treasury Department, p. 49-303 (link)
    Office of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department, p. 70-75 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 84-101 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 111-112 (link)
    Employees in Public Buildings, p. 114-134 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
    Mints of the United States, p. 134-142 (link)
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 800 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 661-669 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 661 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 661-662 (link)
    Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 662 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 662 (link)
    General Office, Clerks, etc., p. 662-669 (link)

1895
Official Register of the United States, 1895.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1896; vi + 1580 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1253-1580 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-11 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
    Office of Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 4 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 4 (link)
    General Office, Clerks, etc., p. 4-11 (link)
Treasury Department, Office of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department, p. 11-17 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 19-1252 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 21-417 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 418-613 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 614-781 (link)
    Railway Mail Service, General Officers, Railway Postal Clerks, p. 782-863 (link)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 864-902 (link; contents by state)
    Mail Contractors, p. 903-1236 (link)
        Railway Service, p. 903-938 (link; contents by state)
        Steamboat Service, p. 939-941 (link; contents by state)
        Star Service, p. 942-1236 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 1237-1246 (link; contents by state)
    Miscellaneous, p. 1247-1252 (link)
        Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 1247-1248 (link)
        Mail-Bag Repair Shop, p. 1248-1251 (link)
        Mail-Lock Repair Shop, p. 1251 (link)
        Clerks on Ocean Steamers between New York and Germany, p. 1251 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 1251-1252 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 1252 (link)
        Postal-Card Agency, p. 1252 (link)

1895
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1895 - Dec. 1895 (link)

1896
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1896 - Dec. 1896 (link)

1896
P.O.D.
Register of Employees in the Post-Office Department.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1896

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1897 Official Register of the United States, 1897.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1897; viii + 1269 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Legislative, Executive and Judicial Summaries, p. 1069-1076 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 1072 (link); Recapitulation, p. 1074-1076 (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1077-1269 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 8-9 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 19-20 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, not listed, but see p. 848 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 49-328 (link)
    Office of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department, p. 70-76 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 84-102 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 107-108 (link)
    Employees in Public Buildings, p. 110-132 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
    Mints of the United States, p. 132-142 (link)
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 829 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 678-693 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 678 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 678-679 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 679 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 679-680 (link)
    General Office, Clerks, etc., p. 680-686 (link)
    Mail Bag Repair Shop, p. 686-689 (link)
    Mail Lock Repair Shop, p. 689-690 (link)
    Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 690-691 (link)
    Postal Card Agency, p. 691-692 (link)
    Postage Stamp Agency, p. 692 (link)
    Stamped Envelope Agency, p. 692 (link)
    Railway Mail Service, p. 692-693 (link)
    Clerks on Ocean Steamers between New York and Germany, p. 693 (link)

1897
Official Register of the United States, 1897.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1897; vi + 1474 p.
Title, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1137-1474 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-12 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 4 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 4-5 (link)
    General Office, Clerks, etc., p. 5-11 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 13-1136 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 15-398 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 399-615 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 616-789 (link)
    Railway Mail Service, General Officers, Railway Postal Clerks, p. 790-877 (link)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 878-917 (link; contents by state)
    Mail Contractors, p. 918-1128 (link)
        Railway Service, p. 918-942 (link; contents by state)
        Steamboat Service, p. 942-944 (link; contents by state)
        Star Service, p. 944-1113 (link; contents by state)
        Regulation, Screen, or other Wagon Service, p. 1113-1115 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 1116-1128 (link; contents by state)
    Miscellaneous, p. 1129-1135 (link)
        Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 1129-1130 (link)
        Mail-Bag Repair Shop, p. 1130-1133 (link)
        Mail-Lock Repair Shop, p. 1133-1134 (link)
        Clerks on Ocean Steamers between New York and Germany, p. 1134 (link)
        Postal Card Agency, p. 1134 (link)
        Postage Stamp Agency, p. 1134 (link)
        Stamped Envelope Agency, p. 1135 (link)

1897
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1897 - Dec. 1897 (link)

1898
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1898 - Dec. 1898 (link)

1898
P.O.D.
Register of Employees in the Post-Office Department.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1898

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1899 Official Register of the United States, 1899.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1899; viii + 1561 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Legislative, Executive and Judicial Summaries, p. 1305-1312 (link)
    Post-Office Department, p. 1308 (link); Recapitulation, p. 1310-1312 (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1313-1561 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 8-9 (link)
    Postal Service Commission, p. 11 (link)  [see Y3.P84]
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 19 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, not listed, but see, p. 1067 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 52-355 (link)
    Office of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department, p. 75-80 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 90-112 (link)
    Employees in Public Buildings, p. 118-144 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
    Bureau of the Mint, United States Mints, p. 145-155 (link)
Dept. of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 1046 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 876-892 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 876 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 876-877 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 877 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 877-878 (link)
    General Office, Clerks, etc., p. 878-885 (link)
    Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 885-887 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 887 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 887-888 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, p. 888 (link)
    Railway Mail Service, p. 888 (link)
    Clerks on Ocean Steamers, p. 888-889 (link)
    Mail Bag Repair Shop, p. 889-891 (link)
    Mail Lock Repair Shop, p. 891-892 (link)

1899
Official Register of the United States, 1899.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1899; vi + 1567 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1211-1567 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-12 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 4 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 4-5 (link)
    General Office, Clerks, etc., p. 5-12 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 13-1210 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 15-420 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 421-653 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 654-845 (link)
        Rural Letter Carriers, p. 846-851 (link)
    Railway Mail Service, General Officers, Railway Postal Clerks, p. 852-942 (link; contents by division)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 943-982 (link; contents by state)
    Mail Contractors, p. 983-1202 (link)
        Railroad Service, p. 983-1004 (link; contents by state)
        Electric and Cable Car Service, p. 1004-1007 (link; contents by state)
        Steamboat Service, p. 1008-1010 (link; contents by state)
        Pneumatic-Tube Service, p. 1010 (link)
        Regulation, Screen, or other Wagon Service, p. 1010-1012 (link; contents by state)
        Star Service, p. 1012-1197 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 1198-1202 (link; contents by state)
    Miscellaneous, p. 1203-1210 (link)
        Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 1203-1205 (link)
        Mail-Bag Repair Shop, p. 1205-1208 (link)
        Mail-Lock Repair Shop, p. 1208-1209 (link)
        Clerks on Ocean Steamers [between New York and Germany], p. 1209 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 1209 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 1209 (link)
        Postal-Card Agency, p. 1210 (link)

1899
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1899 - Dec. 1899 (link)

1900
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1900 - Dec. 1900 (link)

1901 Official Register of the United States, 1901.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1901; viii + 1602 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Legislative, Executive and Judicial Summaries, p. 1317-1324 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 1320 (link); Recapitulation, p. 1322-1324 (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1325-1602 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 9 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 21 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 55 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 56-373 (link)
    Office of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department, p. 78-84 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 94-120 (link)
    Employees in Public Buildings, p. 131-160 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
    Bureau of the Mint, United States Mints, p. 160-172 (link)
Department of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General, detailed to the Post-Office Department, p. 1084 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 901-916 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 901 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 901-902 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 902 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 902 (link)
    General Office, Clerks, etc., p. 902-910 (link)
    Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 910-912 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 912 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 912-913 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, p. 913 (link)
    Railway Mail Service, p. 913 (link)
    Clerks on Ocean Steamers, p. 913 (link)
    Mail-Bag Repair Shop, p. 913-916 (link)
    Mail-Lock Repair Shop, p. 916 (link)

1901
Official Register of the United States, 1901.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1901; viii + 1798 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1399-1798 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-12 (link)
    Office of Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
    Office of First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 3-4 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 4 (link)
    Office of the Topographer, p. 4 (link)
    General Office, Clerks, etc., p. 4-12 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 13-1397 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 15-421 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 422-714 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, General Superintendent's Office, Letter Carriers, p. 715-934 (link; contents by state)
    The Rural Free Delivery, p. 935-1007 (link; contents by state)
    Railway Mail Service, General Officers, Railway Postal Clerks, p. 1008-1105 (link; contents by division)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 1106-1145 (link; contents by state)
    Mail Contractors, p. 1146-1389 (link)
        Railway Service, p. 1146-1170 (link; contents by state)
        Electric and Cable Car Service, p. 1170-1174 (link; contents by state)
        Steamboat Service, p. 1174-1177 (link; contents by state)
        Foreign Mail Transfer, p. 1177 (link)
        Pneumatic Transit Service, p. 1177 (link)
        Regulation, Screen, or other Wagon Service, p. 1177-1179 (link; contents by state)
        Star Service, p. 1179-1380 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 1381-1389 (link; contents by state)
    Miscellaneous, p. 1390-1397 (link)
        Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 1390-1392 (link)
        Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 1392 (link)
        Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 1393 (link)
        Postal-Card Agency, p. 1393 (link)
        Clerks on Ocean Steamers, p. 1393 (link)
        Mail-Bag Repair Shop, p. 1393-1396 (link)
        Mail-Lock Repair Shop, p. 1396-1397 (link)

1901
P.O.D.
Register of Employees in the Post-Office Department.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1901

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1901
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1901 - Dec. 1901 (link)

1902
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1902 - Dec. 1902 (link)

1903 Official Register of the United States, 1903.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1903; viii + 1698 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Legislative, Executive and Judicial Summaries, p. 1381-1389 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 1384 (link); Recapitulation, p. 1386-1389 (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1391-1698 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 7 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 15 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 43 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 44-313 (link)
    Office of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department, p. 67-74 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 82-112 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, United States Mints, p. 117-129 (link)
    Employees in Public Buildings, p. 286-313 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
Department of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 636 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 643-663 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 643 (link)
    Office of the First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 643-644 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General, p. 644 (link)
    Office of Topographer, p. 644 (link)
    General Office, p. 644-655 (link)
    Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 655-658 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 658 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 658 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, p. 658 (link)
    Rural Free-Delivery Service, p. 658-660 (link)
    Clerks on Ocean Steamers, p. 660-661 (link)
    Mail-Bag Repair Shop, p. 661-663 (link)
    Mail-Lock Repair Shop, p. 663 (link)

1903
Official Register of the United States, 1903.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1903; viii + 2247 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1743-2247 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-23 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 3 (link)
    Office of the First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster General, p. 3-4 (link)
    Office of the Assistant Attorney-General, p. 4 (link)
    Office of Topographer, p. 4 (link)
    General Office, p. 4-15 (link)
    Post-Office Inspection Service, p. 15-18 (link)
    Postage-Stamp Agency, p. 18 (link)
    Stamped-Envelope Agency, p. 18 (link)
    Postal-Card Agency, p. 18 (link)
    Rural Free-Delivery Service, p. 18-20 (link)
    Clerks on Ocean Steamers, p. 20-21 (link)
    Mail-Bag Repair Shop, p. 21-23 (link)
    Mail-Lock Repair Shop, p. 23 (link)
The Postal Service, p. 25-1741 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 27-418 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 419-790 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 791-1050 (link; contents by state)
    The Rural Free Delivery, including substitutes, p. 1051-1375 (link; contents by state)
    Railway Mail Service, Railway Postal Clerks, p. 1376-1487 (link; contents by division)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 1488-1528 (link; contents by state)
    Mail Contractors, p. 1529-1741 (link)
        Railroad Service, p. 1529-1552 (link; contents by state)
        Electric and Cable Car Service, p. 1552-1555 (link; contents by state)
        Steamboat Service, p. 1555-1558 (link; contents by state)
        Foreign Mail Transfer Service, p. 1558 (link)
        Pneumatic Tube Service, p. 1558 (link)
        Regulation, Screen, or other Wagon Service, p. 1558-1561 (link; contents by state)
        Star Service, p. 1561-1733 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 1734-1741 (link; contents by state)

1903
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1903 - Dec. 1903 (link)

1904
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1904 - Dec. 1904 (link)

1904
P.O.D.
Register of Employees in the Post-Office Department, Corrected to Jan. 15, 1904.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904, 66 p.

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1904
Department of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census, Bulletin 12.
The Executive Civil Service of the United States.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1904, 239 p.
Treasury Department, p. 10-11 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 12-13 (link)

Tabulations of data from the Official Register.

1905 Official Register of the United States, 1905.
Volume I, Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1905; viii + 1748 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Legislative, Executive and Judicial Summaries, p. 1417-1425 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 1420 (link); Recapitulation, p. 1422-1425 (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1427-1748 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 7 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of Postmaster, p. 14 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 42 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 43-294 (link)
    Office of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department, p. 65-72 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 81-110 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, United States Mints, p. 115-125 (link)
    Employees in Public Buildings, p. 269-294 (link)
        Courthouse, post-office, etc.; Watchman, janitor, etc.; nationwide
Department of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 588 (link)

Post-Office Department, p. 594-614 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 594-599 (link)
        Inspection Service
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General, p. 599-602 (link)
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General, p. 602-607 (link)
        Railway-Mail Service; Mail-Bag Repair Shop; Mail-Lock Repair Shop; Clerks on Ocean Steamers
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General, p. 607-609 (link)
        Stamped-Paper Agencies (Postage-stamp agent; Stamped-envelope agent; Postal-card agent)
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, p. 609-614 (link)
        Rural Free-Delivery

1905
Official Register of the United States, 1905.
Volume II, The Post-Office Department and The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1905; viii + 2471 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Table of Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Index [of employee names], p. 1925-2471 (link)

The Post-Office Department, p. 1-23 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 3-8 (link)
        Inspection Service
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General, p. 8-11 (link)
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General, p. 11-16 (link)
        Railway-Mail Service; Mail-Bag Repair Shop; Mail-Lock Repair Shop; Clerks on Ocean Steamers
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General, p. 16-18 (link)
        Stamped-Paper Agencies (Postage-stamp agent; Stamped-envelope agent; Postal-card agent)
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, p. 18-23 (link)
        Rural Free-Delivery
The Postal Service, p. 25-1924 (link)
    Post-Offices and Postmasters, p. 27-359 (link; contents by state)
    Clerks in Post-Offices, p. 360-737 (link; contents by state)
    The Free-Delivery System, Letter Carriers, p. 738-1001 (link; contents by state)
    The Rural Free Delivery, p. 1002-1316 (link; contents by state)
    Substitute Rural Free Delivery, p. 1317-1586 (link; contents by state)
    Railway Mail Service, Railway Postal Clerks, p. 1587-1707 (link; contents by division)
    Mail-Messenger Service, p. 1708-1745 (link; contents by state)
    Mail Contractors, p. 1746-1924 (link)
        Railroad Service, p. 1746-1765 (link; contents by state)
        Electric and Cable Car Service, p. 1766-1769 (link; contents by state)
        Steamboat Service, p. 1769-1771 (link; contents by state)
        Regulation, Screen, or other Wagon Service, p. 1771-1773 (link; contents by state)
        Foreign Mail Transfer Service, p. 1773 (link)
        Pneumatic Tube Service, p. 1773 (link)
        Star Service, p. 1773-1919 (link; contents by state)
    Special Mail Service, p. 1920-1924 (link; contents by state)

1905
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1905 - Dec. 1905 (link)

1906
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1906 - Dec. 1906 (link)

1906
P.O.D.
Register of Employees in the Post-Office Department, January 1, 1906.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1906, 68 p.

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1907 Official Register, 1907.
Volume I, Directory.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1907; 741 p.
Half-title, p. 1 (link)
Title, p. 3-4 (link)
Contents, p. 5-7 (link)
Preface, p. 9-10 (link), by the Director of the Census.
    Post Office Department, p. 10
Number of Persons employed in the Federal Service ... , p. 70-82 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 70, 72, 81
Directory, p. 91-704 (link)
    Key to Abbreviations, p. 93-99 (link)
    Errata, p. [after 99] (link)
    Persons in the Service of the United States, p. 101-704 (link)
Legislation relating to the Official Register, 1816-1906, p. 739-741 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 15 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 19 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 25 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 32-44 (link)
    Office of the Auditor for the Post Office Department, p. 36 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 36-37 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, United States Mints, p. 38 (link)
Department of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 48 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 49-50 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General
    Office of the First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster-General

The new organization was intended to reduce the bulk and cost of the volumes.  Officers or others receiving at least $2,000 per year are included; temporary employees serving less than six months are omitted.

1907
Official Register, 1907.
Volume II, The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1907; 763 p.
Half-title, p. 1 (link)
Title, p. 3-4 (link)
Contents, p. 5 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 7-21 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General, p. 9-10 (link)
        Division of Inspection
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 10-11 (link)
        Divisions of Salaries and Allowances, Postmasters' Appointments, Correspondence, City Delivery
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 11 (link)
        Divisions of Railway Adjustments, Foreign Mails, Inspection, Equipment, Contracts
        Railway Mail Service
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 11 (link)
        Divisions of Stamps, Finance, Classification, Redemption, Registered Mails, Money Orders
        Stamped Envelope Agency, Postal Card Agency
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General, p. 11 (link)
        Divisions of Rural Delivery, Supplies, Dead Letters
    Directory, Employees in the Post Office Department, p. 13-21 (link)
Postal Service, by states, p. 23-554 (link); 166,444 names
    Alabama, p. 25-34
    Alaska, p. 34-35
    etc.
Railway Mail Service, p. 555-615 (link); 13,892 names
Mail Messenger Service, p. 617-635 (link)
Mail Contractors, p. 637-757 (link)
    Railroad Service, p. 639-660 (link)
    Electric and Cable Car Service, p. 660-664 (link)
    Steamboat Service, p. 664-666 (link)
    Regulation, Screen, and [or] other Wagon Service, p. 667-669 (link)
    Foreign Mail Transfer Service, p. 669 (link)
    Pneumatic Tube Service, p. 669 (link)
    Star Service, p. 670-757 (link)
Special Mail Service, p. 759-763 (link)

1907
P.O.D.
Register of Employees in the Post-Office Department, July 1, 1907.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1907, 99 p.

ProQuest Congressional
APRL, Government Documents
SuDoc: P1.14:907

1907
Dept. of Commerce and Labor, Bureau of the Census, Bulletin 94,
Statistics of Employees, Executive Civil Service of the United States, 1907,
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1908.
1907
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1907 - Dec. 1907 (link)

1908
United States Official Postal Guide, Jan. 1908 - June 1908 (link)

1908
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1908 - June 1909 (link)

1909
Official Register, 1909.
Volume I, Directory.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1909; 821 p.
Half-title, p. 1 (link)
Title, p. 3-4 (link)
Contents, p. 5-7 (link)
Preface, p. 9-10 (link), by the Director of the Census.
    Post Office Department, p. 9-10
Number of Persons employed in the Federal Service ... , p. 87-105 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 91, 104
Directory, p. 115-777 (link)
    Key to Abbreviations [for Directory], p. 117-120 (link)
    Persons in the Service of the United States, p. 121-777 (link)
Legislation relating to the Official Register, 1816-1906, p. 819-821 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 15 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 19 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 25 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 32-47 (link)
    Office of the Auditor for the Post-Office Department, p. 37 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 38-39 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, United States Mints, p. 40 (link)
Department of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 52 (link)
    moved to Office of the Postmaster General, 1911

Post Office Department, p. 53-54 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster-General
        Division of Inspection
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster-General
        Divisions of Salaries and Allowances, Postmasters' Appointments, Correspondence, City Delivery
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster-General
        Divisions of Railway Adjustments, Foreign Mails, Inspection, Equipment, Contracts
        Railway Mail Service
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster-General
        Divisions of Stamps, Finance, Classification, Redemption, Registered Mails, Money Orders
        Stamped Envelope Agency, Postal Card Agency
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General
        Divisions of Rural Delivery, Supplies, Dead Letters
        Registry-Envelope Agency

1909
Official Register, 1909.
Volume II, The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1909; 745 p.
Half-title, p. 1 (link)
Title, p. 3-4 (link)
Contents, p. 5 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 7-21 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster General, p. 9-10 (link)
        Division of Inspection
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General, p. 10-11 (link)
        Divisions of Salaries and Allowances, Postmasters' Appointments, Correspondence, City Delivery
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General, p. 11 (link)
        Divisions of Railway Adjustments, Foreign Mails, Inspection, Equipment, Contracts
        Railway Mail Service
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General, p. 11 (link)
        Divisions of Stamps, Finance, Classification, Redemption, Registered Mails, Money Orders
        Stamped Envelope Agency, Postal Card Agency
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General, p. 11 (link)
        Divisions of Rural Delivery, Supplies, Dead Letters
        Registry-Envelope Agency
    Directory, Employees in the Post Office Department, p. 13-21 (link)
Postal Service, by states, p. 23-544 (link); 178,467 names
    Alabama, p. 25-34
    Alaska, p. 34
    etc.
[Foreign Mail Service], p. 544 (link)
    Postal Agent, Shanghai, China
    Sea-post Service, between New York, Germany, and Great Britain
Railway Mail Service, p. 545-614 (link); 15,751 names
Mail Messenger Service, p. 615-633 (link); 7,650 names
Mail Contractors, p. 635-745 (link); 20,071 names
    Railroad Service, p. 637-658 (link)
    Electric and Cable Car Service, p. 658-662 (link)
    Steamboat Service, p. 662-664 (link)
    Regulation, Screen, and [or] other Wagon Service, p. 664-667 (link)
    Foreign Mail Transfer Service, p. 667 (link)
    Pneumatic Tube Service, p. 667 (link)
    Star Service, p. 668-735 (link)
Special Mail Service, p. 737-745 (link); 2,019 names

1909
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1909 - June 1910 (link)

1910
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1910 - June 1911 (link)

1911 Official Register, 1911.
Volume I, Directory.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1911; 878 p.
Title, p. 1-2 (link)
Contents, p. 3-5 (link)
Preface, p. 7-9 (link), by the Director of the Census.
    Post Office Department, p. 8, 9
Number ... of Persons ... employed in the Federal service in the District of Columbia ..., p. 10-12 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 11
Directory, p. 95-855 (link)
    Key to Abbreviations [for Directory], p. 96-101 (link)
    Persons in the Service of the United States, p. 103-855 (link)
Legislation relating to the Official Register, 1816-1906, p. 877-878 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 17 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 21 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 35 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 36-49 (link)
    Office of Auditor for the Post Office Department, p. 37 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 37-38 (link)
    Office of the Director of the Mint, p. 39 (link)
Department of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 57 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 58 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster General
        Divisions of Assistant Attorney General, Purchasing Agent, Post-Office Inspectors
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Postmasters' Appointments, Salaries and Allowances, City Delivery
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Railway Mail Service, Foreign Mails, Railway Adjustments, Miscellaneous Transportation, Equipment
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Finance, Stamps, Money Orders, Registered Mails, Classification, Redemption
        Stamped Envelope Agency, Postal Card Agency
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Rural Mails, Supplies, Dead Letters, Topography

1911
Official Register, 1911.
Volume II, The Postal Service.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1911; 774 p.
Title, p. 1-2 (link)
Contents, p. 3 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 5-17 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster General, p. 7 (link)
    Office of the First [through Fourth] Assistant Postmaster General, p. 7 (link)
        organization as in Vol. I, p. 58
    Key to Abbreviations [for Directory], p. 8 (link)
    Directory, Employees in the Post Office Department, p. 9-17 (link)
Postal Service, by states, p. 19-569 (link); 59,237 post offices
    Alabama, p. 21-30
    Alaska, p. 30-31
    etc.
Foreign Mail Service, p. 569 (link)
    Sea-post Service between New York and Europe
    United States Postal Agency, Shanghai, China
Railway Mail Service, p. 571-646 (link)
Mail Messenger Service, p. 647-665 (link)
Special Mail Service, p. 667-674 (link)
Mail Contractors, p. 675-774 (link)
    Railroad Service, p. 676-699 (link)
    Electric and Cable Car Service, p. 699-703 (link)
    Steamboat Service, p. 703-705 (link)
    Regulation, Screen, and other Wagon Service, p. 706-708 (link)
    Foreign Mail Transfer Service, p. 708 (link)
    Pneumatic-Tube Service, p. 708 (link)
    Star Service, p. 709-774 (link)

1911
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1911 - June 1912 (link)

1912
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1912 - June 1913 (link)

1913 Official Register of the United States, 1913, Directory.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1913; 876 p.
Title, legal, p. 1-2 (link)
Contents, p. 3-5 (link)
Preface, p. 7-9 (link), by the Director of the Census.
    Post Office Department, detailed number of employees on June 30, 1913, p. 8
Number of Persons in the Executive Branch of the Government Service, p. 10-15 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 10, 15
Directory, p. 107-870 (link)
    Key to Abbreviations, p. 108-114 (link)
    Alphabetical List of Official and Employees, p. 115-870 (link)
Legislation relating to the Official Register, 1816-1913, p. 875-876 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 22 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 27 (link)
     Joint Committee [of Congress] to Investigate General Parcel Post, p. 28 (link)
     Joint Committee [of Congress] on Postage on Second-Class Mail Matter and Compensation for Transportation of Mails, p. 28 (link)
     Joint Committee [of Congress] on Federal Aid for Post Roads, p. 29 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 42 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 43-58 (link)
    Office of Auditor for the Post Office Department, p. 44 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 44 (link)
    Office of the Director of the Mint, p. 45 (link)
Department of Justice, Assistant Attorney-General for the Post-Office Department, p. 67 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 69 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster General
        Divisions of Assistant Attorney General, Purchasing Agent, Post-Office Inspectors
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Postmasters' Appointments, Salaries and Allowances, City Delivery
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Railway Mail Service, Foreign Mails, Railway Adjustments, Miscellaneous Transportation
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Finance, Stamps, Money Orders, Registered Mails, Classification, Postal Savings
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Rural Mails, Supplies, Dead Letters

1913
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1913 - June 1914 (link)

1914
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1914 - June 1915 (link)

1914
Senate Resolution 373, Directing the Postmaster General to furnish certain information concerning employees who have served in any war and have been demoted, discharged, or requested to resign since Mar. 4, 1914.
Resolution of inquiry relative to those who have been demoted or discharged since March 4, 1914.

Post Office Department Employees Resigned or Removed.  Letter from the Postmaster General, transmitting, in response to the Resolution of the Senate of May 16 [26], 1914, information relative to the resignation, removal, or demotion of certain employees of the Post Office Department since March 4, 1914.  Serial Set 6597, 63d Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document No. 490 (link).

Congressional Record, 1914, vol. 51, p. 9100 (May 23, proposed), p. 9207 (May 26, passed), p. 9500-9501 (June 1, response from PMG, brief discussion), p. 9775 (June 4, brief discussion), p. 9840-9852 (June 5, lengthy discussion and background information), p. 10462-10464 (June 15, repeated and concluded).

1915 Official Register of the United States, 1915, Directory.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1915; ii + 910 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. 1-2 (link)
Preface, p. 3-5 (link), by the Director of the Census.
Number of Persons in the ... Federal Government, p. 6-14 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 7, 12
Directory, p. 109-902 (link)
    Key to Abbreviations, p. 110-115 (link)
    Alphabetical List of Official and Employees, p. 117-902 (link)
Legislation relating to the Official Register, 1816-1913, p. 909-910 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 20 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 24-25 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 39 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 41-58 (link)
    Office of Auditor for the Post Office Department, p. 42 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 42-43 (link)
    Office of the Director of the Mint, p. 44 (link)
Department of Justice, Office of the Solicitor for the Post-Office Department, p. 68 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 70 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster General
        Divisions of Solicitor, Purchasing Agent, Post-Office Inspectors
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Postmasters' Appointments, Salaries and Allowances, City Delivery, Dead Letters
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Railway Mail Service, Foreign Mails, Railway Adjustments, Miscellaneous Transportation
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Finance, Stamps, Money Orders, Registered Mails, Classification, Postal Savings
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Rural Mails, Supplies, Equipment

1915
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1915 - June 1916 (link)

1916
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1916 - June 1917 (link)

1917 Official Register of the United States, 1917, Directory.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1918; 896 p.
Title, legal, p. 1-2 (link)
Contents, p. 3-4 (link)
Preface, p. 7-9 (link), by the Director of the Census.
Number of Persons in the ... Federal Government, p. 10-16 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 11, 13
Directory, p. 117-889 (link)
    Key to Abbreviations, p. 118-120 (link)
    Alphabetical List of Official and Employees, p. 121-889 (link)
Legislation relating to the Official Register, 1816-1913, p. 895-896 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 22 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 27 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 43 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 44-63 (link)
    Office of Auditor for the Post Office Department, p. 44 (link)
    Office of the Director of the Mint, p. 48 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 49 (link)
Department of Justice, Office of the Solicitor for the Post-Office Department, p. 73 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 75 (link), as of Jan. 1, 1918
    Office of the Postmaster General
        Divisions of Solicitor, Purchasing Agent, Post Office Inspectors
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Postmasters' Appointments, Post Office Service, Dead Letters
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Railway Mail Service, Foreign Mails, Railway Adjustments
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Finance, Stamps, Money Orders, Registered Mails, Classification, Postal Savings
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Rural Mails, Equipment and Supplies

1917
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1917 - June 1918 (link)

1918
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1918 - June 1919 (link)

1919 Official Register of the United States, 1919, Directory.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1920; 1704 p.
Title, legal, p. 1-2 (link)
Contents, p. 3-5 (link)
Preface, p. 7-9 (link), by the Director of the Census.
Number of Persons in the ... Federal Government, p. 10-16 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 11, 13
Directory, p. 123-1698 (link)
    Key to Abbreviations, p. 124-126 (link)
    Alphabetical List of Official and Employees, p. 127-1354 (link)
    Supplement, p. 1355-1698 (link)
Legislation relating to the Official Register, 1816-1913, p. 1703-1704 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 19 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 27 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 43 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 44-61 (link)
    Office of Auditor for the Post Office Department, p. 45 (link)
    Office of the Director of the Mint, p. 48 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 48-49 (link)
Department of Justice, Office of the Solicitor for the Post-Office Department, p. 78 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 80 (link), as of Feb. 11, 1920
    Office of the Postmaster General
        Divisions of Solicitor, Purchasing Agent, Post Office Inspectors
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Postmasters' Appointments, Post Office Service, Dead Letters
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Railway Mail Service, Foreign Mails, Railway Adjustments
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Finance, Stamps, Money Orders, Registered Mails, Classification, Postal Savings
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Rural Mails, Equipment and Supplies

1919
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1919 - June 1920 (link)

1920
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1920 - June 1921 (link)

1921 Official Register of the United States, 1921, Directory.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1922; 1328 p.
Title, p. 1 (link)
Contents, p. 3-5 (link)
Preface, p. 7-8 (link), by the Director of the Census.
Number of Persons in the ... Federal Government, p. 9-15 (link)
    Post Office Department, p. 10, 12
Directory, p. 105-1322 (link)
    Key to Abbreviations, p. 107-109 (link)
    Alphabetical List of Official and Employees, p. 111-1322 (link)
Legislation relating to the Official Register, 1816-1913, p. 1327-1328 (link)

Senate, Postmaster, p. 20 (link)
House of Representatives, Office of the Postmaster, p. 29 (link)
State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 36 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 37-51 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 41-42 (link)
    Office of the Director of the Mint, p. 41 (link)
Department of Justice, Office of the Solicitor for the Post-Office Department, p. 65 (link)
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 90 (link)

Post Office Department, p. 66-67 (link), as of Mar. 16, 1922
    Office of the Postmaster General
        Divisions of Solicitor, Purchasing Agent, Post Office Inspectors, Postal Savings
    Office of the First Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Postmasters' Appointments, Post Office Service, Dead Letters
    Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Railway Mail Service, Foreign Mails, Railway Adjustments
    Office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Finance, Stamps, Money Orders, Registered Mails, Classification
    Office of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
        Divisions of Rural Mails, Equipment and Supplies, Motor Vehicle Service
        Mail Equipment Shops
        Office of the Comptroller [former Treasury Dept., Office of Auditor for the Post Office Dept.]

1921
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1921 - June 1922 (link)

1922
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1922 - June 1923 (link)

1922
United States Civil Service Commission, Information Regarding Postmaster Positions filled through Nomination by the President for Confirmation by the Senate, May 1922, Jan. 1924.
1923
Official Register of the United States, 1923, not published.

1923
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1923 - June 1924 (link)

1924
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1924 - June 1925 (link)

1925 Official Register of the United States, 1925.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1925; x + 170 p.
Now published annually.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vi; Notes, p. vii (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal [Executive Civil] Service, p. 147 (link)
Individual Index, p. 149-170 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 12 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 13-26 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 22 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 21 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 43-44 (link)
    Bureau of the Postmaster General
        Inspection Service
    Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
        Railway Mail Service
    Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 112 (link)

1925
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1925 - June 1926 (link)

1926 Official Register of the United States, 1926.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1926; viii + 172 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal [Executive Civil] Service, p. 149 (link)
Individual Index, p. 151-172 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 12 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 13-26 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 21-22 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 21 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 44-45 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 115 (link)

1926
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1926 - June 1927 (link)

1927
Official Register of the United States, 1927.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1927; viii + 173 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service, p. 150 (link)
Individual Index, p. 151-173 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 12 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 13-26 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 21 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 20 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 44-45 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 116 (link)

1927
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1927 - June 1928 (link)

1928
Official Register of the United States, 1928.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1928; viii + 173 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service, p. 150 (link)
Individual Index, p. 151-173 (link)

State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 12 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 13-26 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 21 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 20 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 44-45 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 116 (link)

1928
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1928 - June 1929 (link)

1929 Official Register of the United States, 1929.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1929; viii + 179 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service, p. 156 (link)
Individual Index, p. 157-179 (link)

State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 12 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 13-27 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 22 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 21 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 45-46 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 112 (link)

1929
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1929 - June 1930 (link)

1930 Official Register of the United States, 1930.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1930; viii + 186 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service, p. 162 (link)
Individual Index, p. 163-186 (link)

State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 11 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 12-26 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 21 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 20 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 45-46 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 115 (link)

1930
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1930 - June 1931 (link)

1931 Official Register of the United States, 1931.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1931; vi + 195 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service, p. 170 (link)
Individual Index, p. 171-195 (link)

State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 14 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 15-31 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 24 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 23 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 50-51 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 123 (link)

1931
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1931 - June 1932 (link)

1932 Official Register of the United States, 1932.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1932; viii + 199 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vi (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service, p. 172-173 (link)
Individual Index, p. 175-199 (link)

State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 14 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 15-31 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 24 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 23 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 51-52 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 124 (link)

1932
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1932 - June 1933 (link)

1933 Official Register of the United States, 1933.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1933; viii + 193 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service, p. 166-167 (link)
Individual Index, p. 169-193 (link)

State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 14 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 15-30 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 23 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 22-23 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 49-50 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 117 (link)

1933
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1933 - June 1934 (link)

1934 Official Register of the United States, 1934.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1935; viii + 211 p.
Title, legal, p. i-ii (link)
Contents, p. iii-vii (link)
Number of Employees in the Federal Executive Civil Service, p. 182-183 (link)
Individual Index, p. 185-211 (link)

State Department, Dispatch Agents, p. 14 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 15-30 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 23 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 23 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 49-50 (link), "Corrected to Oct. 31, 1934"
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 119 (link)

1934
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1934 - June 1935 (link)

1935
Official Register of the United States, 1935, not published.

1935
United States Government Manual, 1935.
    Cover, contents, index
    Post Office Department, as of 12 Mar. 1935, p. 45-53 (link), index

1935
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1935 - June 1936 (link)

1936 Official Register of the United States, 1936.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1936; xii + 241 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-ix (link)
[number of employees], p. 206-209 (link)
Individual Index, p. 211-241 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 11 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 12-29 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 20 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 20 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 50-51 (link), "Corrected to Aug. 1, 1936"
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 138 (link)

1936
United States Government Manual, 1936.
    Cover, contents, index
    Post Office Department, as of 15 Aug. 1936, p. 47-55 (link), index

1936
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1936 - June 1937 (link)

1937 Official Register of the United States, 1937.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1937; xii + 246 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-ix (link)
[number of employees], p. 212-213 (link)
Individual Index, p. 215-246 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 11 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 12-31 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 21 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 20 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 52-53 (link), "Corrected to Aug. 23, 1937"
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 144 (link)

1937
United States Government Manual, 1937.
    Cover, contents, index
    Post Office Department, as of 15 Nov. 1937, p. 43-51 (link), index

1937
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1937 - June 1939 (link)

1938 Official Register of the United States, 1938.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1938; xii + 257 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-x (link)
Individual Index, p. 223-257 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 12 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 13-34 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 23 (link)
    Mint Bureau, p. 23 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 52-53 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 168 (link)

1938
United States Government Manual, 1938.
    Cover, contents, index
    Post Office Department, as of 10 Oct. 1938, p. 43-51 (link), index

1939 Official Register of the United States, 1939.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1939; xii + 261 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-x (link)
Individual Index, p. 227-261 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 12 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 13-27 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 24 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 24 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 45-46 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Post Office Department Division, p. 173 (link)

1939
United States Government Manual, October 1939.
    Title, contents, index
    Post Office Department, p. 109-117 (link), index

1939
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1939 - June 1941 (link)

1940 Official Register of the United States, 1940.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1940; xii + 271 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-x (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 237-271 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 15 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 19-32 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 30 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 29-30 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 58-60 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 182 (link)

1940
United States Government Manual, February 1940.
    Title, contents, index
    Post Office Department, p. 109-117 (link), index

United States Government Manual, July 1940.
    Title, contents, index
    Post Office Department, p. 179-187 (link), index

United States Government Manual, Fall [October] 1940.
    Title, contents, index
    Post Office Department, p. 179-187 (link), index

1941 Official Register of the United States, 1941.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1941; xii + 296 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-x (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 259-296 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 21 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 25-39 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 36 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 36 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 66-68 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 199 (link)

1941
United States Government Manual, March 1941.
    Title, contents, index
    Post Office Department, p. 234-242 (link), index

United States Government Manual, September 1941.
    Title, contents, index
    Post Office Department, p. 250-258 (link), index

1941
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1941 - June 1943 (link)

1942 Official Register of the United States, 1942.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1942; xiv + 329 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 291-329 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 42 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 46-59 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 57 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 57 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 94-96 (link)
    structure as for 1925
General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 228 (link)
Office of Censorship, Postal Division, p. 245 (link)

1942
United States Government Manual, Spring 1942, as of 31 Jan. 1942.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 183-192 (link), index

United States Government Manual, Fall 1942, as of 1 Sep. 1942.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 222-232 (link), index

1943 Official Register of the United States, 1943.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1943; xiv + 396 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 351-396 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 73 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 78-93 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 82 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 89-90 (link)
War Department, Army Postal Service, p. 100 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 134-136 (link)
    Bureau of the Postmaster General
        Inspection Service
    Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
        Railway Mail Service, Airmail Service
    Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of Accounts
General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 271 (link)
Office of Censorship, Postal Division, p. 288-289 (link)

1943
United States Government Manual, Summer 1943, as of 15 May 1943.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 256-266 (link), index

United States Government Manual, Winter 1943-44, as of 1 Dec. 1943.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 260-270 (link), index

1943
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1943 - Apr. 1945 (link)

1944 Official Register of the United States, 1944.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1944; xiv + 391 p.
Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 347-391 (link)

State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 79 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 84-100 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 88 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 96 (link)
War Department, Army Postal Service <not listed, but it should be>
Post Office Department, p. 119-122 (link)
    structure as for 1943
General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 274 (link)
Office of Censorship, Postal Division, p. 289-290 (link)

1944
United States Government Manual, Summer 1944, as of 1 Aug. 1944.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 271-282 (link), index

1945 Official Register of the United States, 1945.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1945; xiv + 397 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 353-397 (link)

General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 7 (link)
State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 75 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 82-97 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 86 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 93 (link)
War Department, Army Postal Service, p. 101 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 117-120 (link)
    structure as for 1943
Office of Censorship, Postal Division, p. 288 (link)

1945
United States Government Manual, 1945 1st ed., as of 10 Mar. 1945.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 276-287 (link), index

United States Government Manual, 1945 2nd ed., as of 20 Sep. 1945.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 261-271 (link), index

1945
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1945 - Apr. 1947 (link)

1946 Official Register of the United States, 1946.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1947; xii + 327 p. Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-x (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 289-327 (link)

General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 8 (link)
State Department, Despatch Agents, p. 42 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 51-70 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 59 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 66-67 (link)
War Department, Army Postal Service, p. 75 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 89-92 (link)
    structure as for 1943

1946
United States Government Manual, 1946 1st ed., as of 1 May 1946.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 220-231 (link), index

United States Government Manual, 1946 2nd ed., not published

1947 Official Register of the United States, 1947.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1947; xii + 323 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Contents, p. v-x (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 287-323 (link)

General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 8 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 44-64 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 51 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 61 (link)
War Department, Army Postal Service, p. 68 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 83-86 (link)
    Bureau of the Postmaster General
    Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of Accounts

1947
United States Government Manual, 1947 1st ed., as of 1 Dec. 1946.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 211-222 (link), index

United States Government Manual, 1947 2nd ed., as of 1 June 1947.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 192-204 (link), index

1947
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1947 - Apr. 1949 (link)

1948 Official Register of the United States, 1948.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1948; xiv + 437 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 385-437 (link)

General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 8 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 37-56 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 44 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 53 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 101-105 (link)
    Bureau of the Postmaster General
    Bureau of the First Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Third Assistant Postmaster General
    Bureau of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
    Inspection Service [formerly in Bureau of the Postmaster General]
    Bureau of Accounts

1948
United States Government Manual, 1948, as of 30 June 1948.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 216-228 (link), index

1949 Official Register of the United States, 1949.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1949; xiv + 797 p. Title, legal, p. i-iv (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 699-797 (link)

General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 10 (link)
State Department,
    Courier Branch, p. 39 (link)
    Despatch Agents, p. 37-38 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 51-123 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 76-77 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 117 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 241-245 (link)
    top-level structure as for 1948

1949
United States Government Organization Manual, 1949, as of 1 July 1949.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 207-219 (link), index

1949
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1949 - Apr. 1951 (link)

1950 Official Register of the United States, 1950.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1951; xii + 839 p. Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-x (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 741-839 (link)

General Accounting Office, Postal Accounts Division, p. 11 (link)
State Department,
    Diplomatic Mail and Courier Branch, p. 33 (link)
    Despatch Agents, p. 33 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 47-117 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 75-76 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 109-110 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 260-265 (link)
    Bureau of the Postmaster General
    Office of Budget and Planning
    Bureau of Post Office Operations
    Bureau of Transportation
    Bureau of Finance
    Bureau of Facilities
    Bureau of the Chief Inspector
    Office of the Solicitor
    Bureau of Accounts

1950
United States Government Organization Manual, 1950-51, as of 1 July 1950.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 169-180 (link), index

1951 Official Register of the United States, 1951.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1951; xiv + 778 p. Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 669-778 (link)

General Accounting Office, Claims Division, Postal Claims Section; Postal Audit Division, p. 10 (link)
State Department,
    Diplomatic Mail and Courier Branch, p. 28 (link)
    Despatch Agents, p. 29 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 39-102 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 58-59 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 92-93 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 235-240 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster General
    Bureau of Post Office Operations
    Bureau of Transportation
    Bureau of Finance
    Bureau of Facilities
    Bureau of the Chief Inspector
    Office of Solicitor
    Bureau of Accounts

1951
United States Government Organization Manual, 1951-52, as of 1 July 1951.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 176-187 (link), index

1951
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1951 - Apr. 1953 (link)

1952 Official Register of the United States, 1952.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1952; xiv + 804 p. Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 693-804 (link)

State Department, Diplomatic Mail, p. 21 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 32-99 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 51-52 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 89 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 239-244 (link)
    Office of the Postmaster General
    Bureau of Post Office Operations
    Bureau of Transportation
    Bureau of Finance
    Bureau of Facilities
    Bureau of Chief Post Office Inspector
    Office of the Solicitor
    Bureau of Accounts

1952
United States Government Organization Manual, 1952-53, as of 1 July 1952.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 183-194 (link), index

1953 Official Register of the United States, 1953.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1953; xiv + 831 p. Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 719-831 (link)

State Department, Diplomatic Mail, p. 22 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 32-105 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 47-48 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 95 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 253-258 (link)
    top-level structure as for 1952

1953
United States Government Organization Manual, 1953-54, as of 1 July 1953.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 185-196 (link), index

1953
United States Official Postal Guide, July 1953 - Oct. 1954 (link)

1954 Official Register of the United States, 1954.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1954; xviii + 770 p. Title, legal, p. i-v (link); edge index, p. i
Contents, p. vii-xv (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 667-770 (link)

State Department, Diplomatic Mail, p. 24 (link)
Treasury Department, p. 34-116 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 49-50 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 106-107 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 256-265 (link)

1954
United States Government Organization Manual, 1954-55, as of 1 July 1954.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 192-198 (link), index

1955 Official Register of the United States, 1955.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1955; xvi + 775 p. Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-xiv (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 671-775 (link)

Treasury Department, p. 33-107 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 48-49 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 98-99 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 250-259 (link)

1955
United States Government Organization Manual, 1955-56, as of 1 June 1955.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 196-201 (link), index

1956 Official Register of the United States, 1956.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1956; xiv + 893 p. Title, legal, p. i-iii (link)
Contents, p. v-xi (link)
Index of Persons Listed, p. 767-893 (link)

Treasury Department, p. 38-110 (link)
    Bureau of Engraving and Printing, p. 52-53 (link)
    Bureau of the Mint, p. 101-102 (link)
Post Office Department, p. 366-373 (link)

1956
United States Government Organization Manual, 1956-57, as of 1 June 1956.
    Title, contents, index, list of names
    Post Office Department, p. 202-209 (link), index

1957 Official Register of the United States, 1957.
Washington : Government Printing Office, 1957; xiv + 915 p.