One consequence of being named head of a federal agency is that a slew of reporters will inevitably begin digging into the darkest corners of your past. That’s certainly been the experience of U.S. Postal Service Postmaster General Louis Dejoy, for whom the extra sunlight might just prove too bright.
Back in olden times, people used what were called “postage stamps” to send “letters” to “friends” and relatives. Back in olden times people also believed that the US space program would expand exponentially, returning humans to the moon. These stamps from 1989 survive as an artefact of that vision.