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April 23, 2009

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mike willis

I have a 1880s post office wall. almost like the one above. without bottom unit, in oak.

Joan

I have a post office wall from Gold Point Nevada with stamp, that is made very similar to photo. I would like to find a good home for it.
I can send you photo's if you would like to see it.

Paul

Are either of you (Mike or Joan) interested in selling your wall?

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Stan Johnson

Joan,

do you still have the postal wall. I need one for the Model A ford museum.

stan
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Keith Wondra

If anyone has a postal wall Old Cowtown Museum would love to have one for a future Post Office.
Keith Wondra
Assistant Curator
Old Cowtown Museum
kwondra@wichta.gov

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