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Since its founding in 1846, the Smithsonian Institution has been committed to inspiring generations through knowledge and discovery. The Smithsonian is the world's largest museum and research complex, consisting of 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoolog... more.
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CHC arranged a special event with John E. Potter, Postmaster General of the United States Postal Service, and Allen Kane, director of the Smithsonian Institution's National Postal Museum with Highlights for Children.
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Joining Malone in the dedication ceremony were National Gallery of Art Associate Curator for Italian and Spanish Paintings Gretchen Hirschauer; Editor-in-Chief of Italian America Miles Fisher; U.S. Postal Service Chief Human Resources Officer and Executive Vice President Jeffrey Williamson; and Smithsonian National Postal Museum Director Allen Kane.
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18.11.2016 - Allen R. Kane steps down as director of the SNPM
(lsn) The director of the Smithsonian National Postal Museum in Washington, Allen R. Kane, has announced that he will retire in January 2017. Mr. Kane, who is a former United States Postal Service executive, suffered in May of this year a serious heart attack. This is the main reason why he wishes to step down as director of the SNPM. His doctors have insisted that he must undergo additional operations to correct the damage that his heart suffered during the attack. According to Mr. Kane, who is 71, the operations would keep him away from the museum for several months. 'We've got a lot of stuff on the drawing board,' he explains in the October 24 edition of the American stamp magazine 'Linn's Stamp News', expressing his regret that his health would not allow him to do his work as the highest executive of the museum.
Museum Director Kane To Retire
Posted on September 30, 2016 by VSC [press release] Smithsonian's National Postal Museum Director Allen Kane to Retire Allen Kane, Director of the National Postal Museum (NPM) will be retiring in January 2017. Allen became director of the NPM in 2002 after serving more than 30 years with the United States Postal Service (USPS) in a variety of senior leadership positions. At the USPS, one of the accomplishments of which Allen is proudest was his management of the Gulf War Crisis Team, which ensured the successful delivery of 2.5 million pounds of mail per day to US troops. In his fourteen-year tenure at the Postal Museum, Allen has overseen many remarkable exhibitions and public programs while also making the museum a world-renowned research resource. His most notable accomplishment was the development and opening of the William H. Gross Gallery in 2013, which doubled the size of the Museum and made the NPM the largest center for philately in the world. Allen strongly encouraged research and educational programs with sister Smithsonian museums, readily welcomed school groups, initiated the building of the Byrne educational loft, and began the Maynard Sundman lecture series. Most recently, Kane led a major research effort to tell the story of "America's Mailing Industry," partnering with mailing industry associations, the U.S. Postal Service and hundreds of companies in the industry.