News: Neillsville – New Post Office (Jul 1918)


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---------Source: Neillsville Times (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 11 Jul 1918

On Saturday and Sunday the work of moving the post office was completed and Uncle Sam is now doing business in the Schoengarth building, two doors south of the Times building. Complete fixtures throughout have been installed and they make a very neat appearance. The fixtures are of steel and a fireproof vault is one of the features of the equipment, and will protect stamps and war savings certificates of the county. One pleasing feature of the new location is the increased space available behind the partition for use of the postal employees.. In the old location the rural carriers, as well as the regular employees of the office, were slightly cramped for room, but in the new building the carriers have been amply provided with space and Hans and Otto can now talk to each other without getting their hands mixed up.



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