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The tiny Chamberlain, Maine Post Office, 1913, which I later knew well as a kid. We vacationed at a seaside cottage in that tiny town every summer.
The passenger in the car is believed to be"Minnie" Tukey, named postmistress when the PO opened in 1905 and still—along with her husband Arthur—the postmistress when we vacationed there in the late 1940s and early 1950's.The PO building was sometime later moved a short distance down to the "main road" (dirt at the time),.
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