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Above: A Zip Code Map of Manhattan, NYC.
It's hard to believe that zip codes didn't exist until 1963. The need for this new system reflected America's gradual change from an agricultural to an industrial society.
By 1963, about eighty percent (80%) of all mail sent in the United States was business related.
The "ZIP" in ZIP Code is abbreviated from Zoning Improvement Plan.
ZIP codes are numbered so that the first digit designates a group of U.S. states. The next two digits together represent a region in that group (or perhaps a large city). The fourth and fifth digits represent a group of delivery addresses within that region.
Starting in 1983, the United States Postal Service (USPS) began using an expanded ZIP code system called "ZIP+4." The numbers of this system are often called "plus-four codes", "add-on codes" or "add ons".
Above: A Zip Code Map of Brooklyn, New York.
A ZIP+4 code uses the basic five-digit
code plus four additional digits to identify a geographic segment
within the five-digit area, like a city block, a group of apartments or a
row of post office boxes.
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Regions represented here include Arlington TX, Detroit MI, Gilbert AZ, Houston TX, Las Vegas NV, Miami-Dade County FL, Manhattan NYC, Brooklyn NY, Philadelphia PA, Pittsburgh PA, Raleigh NC, San Francisco CA and Tyler TX.
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Above: A Zip Code Map of San Francisco.
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Above: A Zip Code Map of Miami-Dade County, Florida.
Above: A Zip Code Map of Detroit, Michigan.
Above: A Zip Code Map of Las Vegas, Nevada.
Above: A Zip Code Map of Raleigh, North Carolina.
Above: A Zip Code Map of Philadelphia Pennsylvania and surrounding areas.
Above: A Zip Code Map of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Above: A Zip Code Map of Arlington, Texas.
Above: A Zip Code Map of Houston, Texas.
Above: A Zip Code Map of Tyler, Texas.
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