Pine Post Office

Address: Off Cty. Rd. 126, Pine, 80470

It was established March 28, 1882, and discontinued December 14,1918, but reopened April 1919. On September 30, 1960, it moved to Conifer as a rural station under Conifer. The post office regained its independent status and reopened in Pine on July 22, 1961. In 1991, a new building was erected at Pine Junction to house this post office. Early postmasters included: Edwin M. Dimick, 1882; Albert H. Dake, 1888; R.C. McCallum,1920.
Quad Map/Date: Pine, 1965 (1985)
Sec/Town/Range: S27, T7S, R71W
Elevation: 6754
Source: Document of the US Post Office, Washinton D.C.; Colorado Post Offices, 1859-1989, Colorado Railroad Museum.
Other Names: Pine
Last Modified: Fri, January 20 1995

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