Philosateleia
Kevin Blackston
PO Box 17544
San Antonio TX 78217-0544
United States of America

More faux stamps from Boys Town, St. Joseph’s Indian School

I’m attempting to clear some things off my desk as we head into the weekend, and found three more business reply envelopes that I’ve been meaning to share with you.

The first is from the latest Boys Town mailing I received. The envelope bears four preprinted stamp-sized designs depicting various birds along with the words joy, hope, peace, and love.

Boys Town business reply envelope bearing four pre-printed stamp-sized designs picturing birds
Boys Town business reply envelope with faux bird stamp designs

The other two envelopes are both from St. Joseph’s Indian School. One of them has three copies of a stamp-sized Nativity image, while the other has three stamp-sized images picturing a dreamcatcher, a star, and a teepee. All are preprinted on the envelopes.

St. Joseph’s Indian School business reply envelope bearing three pre-printed stamp-sized Nativity designs
St. Joseph’s Indian School business reply envelope with stamp-sized Nativity designs
St. Joseph’s Indian School business reply envelope bearing three Native American-themed preprinted designs
St. Joseph’s Indian School business reply envelope with Native American designs

Although the latter three designs are not the boldest I’ve seen on BREs, I do like that the subjects are related to the organization that distributed them.

While I still receive plenty of nonprofit mailings containing plain old business reply envelopes, receiving more colorfully decorated items such as these in “junk mail” is a nice treat. Perhaps one of these days I’ll have a chance to properly organize them!

Published 2019-11-21

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