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    • Ashippun Log Cabin, Madelia, Minnesota

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    • Ashippun Post Office was the first in Watonwan County. It was built in 1857 and was located on Watonwan River's south branch in Rosedale Township. In 1925 it was moved to the City Park in Madelia by the local chapter of the D.A.R.
    • Watonwan County Historical Center
    • Construction of the Post Office, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • This photograph shows some of the early phases of the construction of the Post Office building in St. Peter. The completed building is located at 300 South Third Street. The Alex Kopp Meat Market, which was located at 223 W. Nassau Street, can be...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Construction of the Post Office, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • This photograph shows some of the early phases of the construction of the Post Office building in St. Peter. The completed building is located at 300 South Third Street. The Alex Kopp Meat Market, which was located at 223 W. Nassau Street, can be...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Construction of the Post Office, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • This photograph shows some of the early phases of the construction of the Post Office building in St. Peter. The completed building is located at 300 South Third Street. The Alex Kopp Meat Market, which was located at 223 W. Nassau Street, can be...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Construction of the Post Office, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • This photograph, taken from Nassau Street, shows some of the initial stages of the construction of the Post Office building in St. Peter. The building is located at 300 South Third Street, next to the old Fire Station. The J. M. Peterson...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Construction of the Post Office, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • This photograph shows some of the men who were building the Post Office in St. Peter in 1917. The completed building is located at 300 South Third Street. Nassau Street can be seen beyond the construction site. The Casper Baberich home is...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Construction of the Post Office, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • This photograph shows piles of bricks along South Third Street in St. Peter that were soon used to construct a new Post Office. At far left can be seen contractor Ole Fredricksen's building. The old Fire Station, with its steeple, is between the...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Construction of the Post Office, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • Taken from Third Street, shows some of the early phases of the construction of the Post Office building in St. Peter. The completed building is located at 300 South Third Street. The houses shown are mainly along Nassau Street.
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Construction of the Post Office, St. Peter, Minnesota

    • 1917
    • This photograph shows some of the early phases of the construction of the Post Office building in St. Peter. The completed building is located at 300 South Third Street. The sidewalk along Third Street is at the bottom of the photograph. The...
    • Nicollet County Historical Society
    • Federal Building and Post Office, Moorhead, Minnesota

    • 1915
    • View is to the southwest from the north side of Main Avenue just east of 6th Street South. The recently completed Moorhead Post Office and Federal Building stands on the corner across the intersection.
    • Historical and Cultural Society of Clay County
    • First Post Office New Grove Community, Shaokatan Township, Minnesota

    • 1900 - 1910
    • The Henry Kurth Jr. home was used as the first post office for the New Grove Community. Several children are lined up with warm coats, chairs, and doll buggies. Some of the boys have caps and suspenders and the girls are all in long dresses.
    • Lincoln County Historical Society
    • Old Reliable Store, Danube, Minnesota

    • 1899 - 1900
    • Interior view of the Danube Old Reliable Store, including the Danube Post Office and mail boxes.
    • Renville County Historical Society
    • Post Office, Mankato, Minnesota

    • 1936?
    • Postcard with image of Mankato Post Office; message on reverse addressed to Mrs. M.M. Kunkle, Spencer, Iowa, postmarked Mankato.
    • Blue Earth County Historical Society
    • Post Office, Mankato, Minnesota

    • 1910?
    • Exterior view of the Mankato Post Office with a hot air balloon and handwritten caption that reads, "We are flying high at Mankato." W. E. Young, Lawyer message on reverse to Miss Linnie Brandt of Madelia, Minnesota and postmarked Mankato.
    • Blue Earth County Historical Society
    • Post Office, Mankato, Minnesota

    • 1934-12
    • Exterior view of the Post Office building with an inset photograph of a man and the notation, "Christmas 1934, L. L. Champlin."
    • Blue Earth County Historical Society
    • Post Office, Osage, Minnesota

    • 1906?
    • Post Office in Osage, Minnesota, with four men and one boy standing outside.
    • Becker County Historical Society
    • Post Office, Windom, Minnesota

    • 1910
    • Behind the scenes look at the Windom Post Office. Mr. LeTourneau is the postmaster.
    • Cottonwood County Historical Society
    • Post Office, Winger Township, Minnesota

    • 1900?
    • Exterior view of the Post Office, a group of people are gathered on the front porch. A sign on the building advertises "We sell Mayer Shoes."
    • Pennington County Historical Society

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