A series of photographs looks at post offices across the USA who actually deliver holiday packages.

‘GOD BLESS THE USPS' is a photography project by American artist Mary Rothlisberger. The series of photos pays tribute to national postal service, particularly post offices in smaller towns around the U.S. Most of us get caught up in the festivities during the holidays and forget to appreciate the postal employees who worked throughout the Christmas season delivering gifts worldwide, to make that Christmas joy possible.

On her website, Rothlisberger explains that the project aims to “appreciate, evidence, celebrate and archive the post offices of the United Stated.” See some of the images by browsing the photos in the gallery below. More photos can be found on the blog.

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