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BEDFORD, NY - OCTOBER 23: A mailbox stands in front of the Bedford residence of billionaire George Soros on October 23, 2018 in Bedford, New York. Police discovered an explosive device after responding to a call from an employee of the residence about a suspicious package in the mailbox. No one was hurt in the incident and Soros was not home at the time. Soros, a top donor to liberal causes around the world, has become a target of right-wing groups. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

We’ve all heard of post office delays but never like this. A woman in Belding, Michigan received a postcard in the mail that was meant for someone 100 years ago. It was postmarked 1920 and has a 1 cent George Washington stamp in the corner. The message was for someone’s cousin, detailing what was going on in their lives at the time.


Postcard stamped in 1920 delivered 100 years later

BELDING, Mich. - We've all likely experienced delays with the post office, but probably not like this. A Belding woman says she just got a postcard yesterday that was postmarked 100 years ago. "Yea, that's a little too slow," Brittany Keech said about a potential USPS delay in delivering a postcard.