post office

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  • Info A post office is a customer service facility forming part of a national postal system. more...
  • The post office was established that year and the town got its name.
  • People sometimes must use the name of a post office rather than their own city.
  • A hotel and a post office were later built on the site.
  • The second most important post office in the city is here.
  • In order to have their own post office the town needed a permanent name.
  • The community built their own fire department, a post office branch, and several schools.
  • What are first-class, second-class, third-class, and fourth-class post-offices? Cited from Community Civics and Rural Life, by Arthur W. Dunn
  • The post office later adopted the name as did the community.
  • That year a post office and a school were opened nearby.
  • Post-offices were made for the country, and not the country for them. Cited from A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Richardson
  • In these initial years, only a small number of post offices were established.
  • She moved the post office next door into her home.
  • The community and its post offices took their name from the academy.
  • It was two years before more than a third of the post offices could be opened. Cited from The Sequel of Appomattox by Walter Lynwood Fleming
  • He had been asked to use his influence to establish a post office in the area.
  • They are generally available in all post offices throughout the country.
  • There had been at least two stores and a post office for that now gone community.
  • The city offers security, a church, a post office and other services for the students.
  • It contains a post office, a chapel, several houses and a small play park.
  • It has a general hospital, two post offices and other notable places.
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