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contributed by Franklyn Ingram
This is a picture of the Lutheranville Post Office during the time my grandfather, Thomas Sheldon Lincoln, was postmaster in the early 1920's. He lived in the rear of the building. At one time this was the smallest post office in the United States. His brother, Levi Lincoln, was postmaster of the Charlotteville Post Office.
Stage driver Fred Chandler waits on the mail wagon while Lutheranville Postmaster Thomas Lincoln chats with one of his customers in this 1922 photo. The Lutheranville post office, no longer in existence, was once the smallest in the United States.
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