What was the old abbreviation for Missouri?
Mo. Mont. Neb., Nebr.
What is the abbreviation for Missouri?
Appendix D – USPS State Abbreviations and FIPS Codes
|State||Postal Abbr.||FIPS Code|
What is the abbreviation for Missouri in AP style?
How To Abbreviate Each State
|Alabama (Ala.)||Maryland (Md.)||North Dakota (N.D.)|
|Colorado (Colo.)||Mississippi (Miss.)||Rhode Island (R.I.)|
|Connecticut (Conn.)||Missouri (Mo.)||South Carolina (S.C.)|
|Delaware (Del.)||Montana (Mont.)||South Dakota (S.D.)|
|Florida (Fla.)||Nebraska (Neb.)||Tennessee (Tenn.)|
What are the old state abbreviations?
|State||Traditional abbreviation||Other abbreviations|
What is the abbreviation for Ohio?
Two-Letter State Abbreviations
|NORTHERN MARIANA IS||MP|
How do you write ages in AP Style?
AP Style holds that when referencing ages you should always use figures. For example, The worker is 30 years old. My brother is 25 years old.
When did state postal abbreviations change?
However, due to limited space availability on mailing labels, it was felt that the four letter abbreviations combined with the five-digit zip code contained too many digits. As such, the state abbreviations were amended in October 1963 to the now familiar two letters.
When did state abbreviations change to all caps?
The all-capital abbreviations you mentioned were announced in October 1963 in the United States, and were designed for mail to make it easier for machines used by the U.S. Post Office to scan mailing addresses using the new five-number ZIP codes; states were standardized as “MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MS, MT,” etc.