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Photographer Rachel Boillot Documents The Rural American Post Office’s Decline

Post Script is an ode to diminishing industries.

When the U.S. Postal Service announced controversial plans to shutter over 3,600 rural offices, it was framed as a necessary cost-saving measure based on high operation expenses versus low revenue. But the equation didn’t capture the human element: people who depend on the post office as a lifeline to their community.

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