Description In 1906 the Napanoch Post Office had to be moved. Mr. Kuhfeldt was the new postmaster and he chose this small frame building. It is not clear whether he built this or purchased it. It was written in 1908 that Mr. Kuhfedlt was a most obliging postmaster. He aslo sold ice cream, post cards, and soft drinks in the building, and claimed in 1909 he had sold 10,000 postal cards that summer! The post office has since been moved to a more modern building in the center of town.Image was composed in Photoshop with layers and adjustments, filters and original textures. The windows and door are not original to this image (plywood is unattractive!) I used the windows and doors cut from another old building photographed int the same town. The Bicycle is courtesy of JinxMim of Deviant Art.
Pamela Phelps, Greenfield Park Member Since March 2013 Artist Statement Welcome to Pine Singer Images
Welcome to Pine Singer Images
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