[The Construction of  the Post Office]

[The Construction of the Post Office]

Date: May 3, 1912
Creator: unknown
Description: Written on front of picture is the partial holograph legend: ".ade from the North east ...ner looking Southwest made May the 3rd 1912" It shows the construction of what would eventually be the third Post Office at 201 N.E. 2nd Street. A shear-legs is shown on the extreme left. The workers have clearly stopped work for the taking of the photograph, which is featured in "Time Once Was in Mineral Wells" on page 150. The building now [2014] houses the Women's Club.
Contributing Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library
[Letter from E.L. Stickney of Treasury Dept. to Jesse Grimes, April 6, 1840]

[Letter from E.L. Stickney of Treasury Dept. to Jesse Grimes, April 6, 1840]

Date: April 6, 1840
Creator: Stickney, E. L.
Description: Letter from E. L. Stickney of the Treasury Deptartment to Jesse Grimes, concerning post offices.
Contributing Partner: Star of the Republic Museum
The Junior Historian, Volume 9, Number 1, September 1948

The Junior Historian, Volume 9, Number 1, September 1948

Date: September 1948
Creator: Texas State Historical Association
Description: Journal published by the Texas State Historical Association containing articles written by members of the Junior Historians about various aspects of Texas history.
Contributing Partner: Texas State Historical Association
The Texas Historian, Volume 44, Number 4, March 1984

The Texas Historian, Volume 44, Number 4, March 1984

Date: March 1984
Creator: Texas State Historical Association
Description: Journal published by the Texas State Historical Association containing articles written by members of the Junior Historians about various aspects of Texas history.
Contributing Partner: Texas State Historical Association
The Junior Historian, Volume 12, Number 6, May 1952

The Junior Historian, Volume 12, Number 6, May 1952

Date: May 1952
Creator: Texas State Historical Association
Description: Journal published by the Texas State Historical Association containing articles written by members of the Junior Historians about various aspects of Texas history.
Contributing Partner: Texas State Historical Association
[League City Post Office Open House]

[League City Post Office Open House]

Date: March 16, 1989
Creator: Kiecke, Albert
Description: Photograph of attendees gathered around a table inside the new post office during its open house; they are surveying the pile of memento pins commemorating the dedication day. A crowd of people are mingling in the background. Celebratory balloons are clustered together against the back wall.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
[League City Post Office Open House]

[League City Post Office Open House]

Date: March 16, 1989
Creator: Kiecke, Albert
Description: Photograph of people crowded together at the dedication ceremony preceding the League City Post Office open house.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
[Ribbon Cutting at League City Post Office]

[Ribbon Cutting at League City Post Office]

Date: March 16, 1989
Creator: Kiecke, Albert
Description: Photograph of a group of postal workers gathered together at the ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of the new post office in League City, Texas. A woman in red holds a giant pair of scissors; she has just cut the ribbon. Father John H. Kappe, the pastor who gave the ceremonial invocation, stands amongst the postal workers, all of whom are wearing red blazers.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
[People at League City Post Office Open House]

[People at League City Post Office Open House]

Date: March 16, 1989
Creator: Kiecke, Albert
Description: Photograph of a woman and man standing together inside the new post office on the day of its dedication. Directly behind them is a cluster of shelving units. The woman has a white Styrofoam cup in her hand.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
[Ribbon Cutting at League City Post Office]

[Ribbon Cutting at League City Post Office]

Date: March 16, 1989
Creator: Kiecke, Albert
Description: Photograph of a group of postal workers gathered together at the ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of the new post office in League City, Texas. A woman in red holds a giant pair of scissors and prepares to cut the ribbon. Father John H. Kappe, the pastor who gave the ceremonial invocation, stands amongst the postal workers, all of whom are wearing red blazers. Behind them a Texas flag is partially visible.
Contributing Partner: League City Helen Hall Library
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