The start of California is one of the most famous and luxurious states of the United States of America. The state’s capital is Sacramento. It joined the union on September 9, 1850 and became the 31st state. The name California derives its origin from a Spanish novel, namely “The Adventures of Esplandian” that mentions an island that has plenty of gold and precious stones by the name California.
The flag of California is quite remarkable, as it is “The Bear Flag” with a red star and a red stripe at the bottom. The flag is quite a vital part of the California post office services. The United States Postal Services(USPS) approved stamps in the California post offices have the California grizzly bear on them and the flag. There are several other notable postage stamps with the flags of the United States of America, and the state of California perfectly blended in together. What a fantastic show of patriotism!
Other eye-catching postage stamps offered by the post offices have photos and drawings of the Yosemite, old wooden California flag, Sunny Vale flag and the county flags of Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, Orange county, among others.
In Berkeley, California stands the Berkeley Main Post Office located at 2000 Allston Way. The construction of the post office took place in 1914-1915 and possesses the spectacular second Renaissance design. The post office has multiple murals such as the “ incidents in California History” and sculptures hence listed on the Us National Register of Historic Places(NRHP). Other NRHP listed post offices are the Beverly Hills, Ferry Station building, Burbank Downtown station, Chico Midtown stations, El-Centro, Glendale Main, Petaluma, La Jolla post office, US courthouse in Los Angeles, and the Federal Post office in Riverside, among others.
USPS maintains all the post offices in the state of California. The post offices offer mail processing and parcel and mail delivery services to Californian residents and businesses.