Lillian Salisbury, now 87, spent her postal career ensuring that mail operations flowed smoothly in this former mill village by the Pawtuxet River (USA). Sorted, stamped and delivered, in timely fashion. Customers treated with respect. So too, did Salisbury’s grandfather, grandmother and mother: a succession of postmasters whose collective service dates to 1918; nearly a century all told. For the full story click here.