Portsmouth Post Office 1930’s
Submitted by Karen Sue Wikoff
Karen Sue Wikoff wrote: Good shot of the Post Office and Selby’s in its heyday.
Dave Huffman wrote: This Post Office opened in 1935 and replaced the old one on Chillicothe Street.
Jamie Flack O’Toole wrote: They really don’t make buildings like this anymore. This building has stood the test of time.
Jim Detty wrote: Look for the 1937 Flood Marker next to the main entrance near the wheelchair ramp next time you’re there.
Bob Batterson wrote: My dad took me there on my 18th birthday to get my draft card.
Naomi Louise Ferguson wrote: The wall paintings inside the building are what always fascinated me, since they represented the history of Portsmouth.
Jill Mac wrote: My dad retired from the Post Office in 1980. I used to love going there with him. Still love looking at the murals inside.
Linda Arthur Jennings wrote: Love the old cars and Selby’s to the right.
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