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Fort Wayne Post Office 1889 – 1932

Our city’s first post office was in Hanna & Barnett’s general store at Barr and Columbia Streets. Samuel Hanna, appointed in 1820, was our first postmaster. Read more...

Johnny Appleseed’s Grave

John Chapman was born in Leominster, Massachusetts in 1774 and by the time of his birth, apples had been growing on the east coast of the United States for over 150 years. Read more...

Old School Picture of the Week Archives

2018-10-05 — Fort Wayne Post Office 1889 – 1932

2018-09-23 — Johnny Appleseed’s Grave

2018-09-11 — Wells Street Bridge – March 1913

2018-08-18 — Southeast from Lincoln Tower – 1966

2018-08-04 — “Let’s Elevate The Nickel Plate” – 1954

2018-07-05 — Three Rivers Filtration Plant - 1933

2018-06-14 — Wayne Paper Box c. 1953

2018-06-01 — What’s in a (street) name?

2018-05-19 — Robison Park 1896 – 1919

2018-04-19 — Concordia Lutheran High School – 1984

2018-04-07 — Canal House

2018-03-16 — Trolley Yard/North Side High School/Centlivre Brewery 1927

2018-03-02 — Grand Leader/Stillman’s circa 1929

2018-02-15 — Greyhound Bus Depot 1953

2018-02-03 — Lutheran Hospital

 
 
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