Happy trails. Allen Kane, the National Postal Museum’s director since 2002, is retiring.
Kane, who previously worked for USPS for 30 years, expanded the Washington, DC, museum’s exhibition space, boosted the number of exhibitions and improved its fundraising efforts.
He lists the opening of the museum’s William H. Gross Stamp Gallery as one of his proudest accomplishments.
“Everyone said it couldn’t be done,” Kane told The Washington Post this month. “I like it when people say it’s impossible. That’s the fun.”
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