Four of these are not so ancient. They still existed when I was a kid, along with “hat-check girl,” which was not mentioned.
My parents’ house had a milkbox, and we got a daily visit from the milkman of DeRyke Dairy (except Sunday). (By that time the deliveries were made in trucks, not the horse-drawn wagon you see in the picture.)
My best friend worked his summer job at a local alley as a pinsetter. (It was about the only option for kids who wanted a summer job. Mike was about 11, and the bowling proprietor paid in cash.)
The pre-digital world was filled with typesetters and switchboard operators.