Crosson (Crossons) Post Office


Address: 5 mi. S.W. of Pine on the N. Fork of the S. Platte River

The town's name came from its postmaster, Terry Crosson, as recorded in 1879. William J. Haughtaling was post master on April 16,1885, and the post office closed August 25,1885, with mail sent to Estabrook PostOffice in Park County.
Quad Map/Date: Green Mountain, 1954 (1984)
Sec/Town/Range: S8, T7S, R71W
Elevation: c. 9000
Source: National Archives, Wash. D.C., Record of Appointments of Postmasters, Colorado.
Last Modified: Sat, January 20 1996
 


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