Then and Now
Post Office and General Store

Built on a lot sold in 1874 by Jonathan Lukens to Samuel Kriebel for $225. Kriebel built the store
and rented it to several people before selling it to Harry M. Nase in 1905 for $5000.
2006. "The Shabby Attic" and the "West Point Deli"

Back of the postcard shown at top.

Frank didn't have much to say. It's a picture of a post office that was mailed from
the post office in the picture. Perhaps he felt it was self explanatory. He could
have written, "I wonder if anyone will read this a hundred years from now."

Original mailboxes from the original post office. (seen in top photo)