Post Office (former) – Eden NC

Description

This post office building was constructed by the Treasury Department in 1939. At the time, the town name was Leaksville, but during the 1960s, Leaksville merged with two other communities to form the present town of Eden. When the current Eden post office was opened in 1991, this post office was shut down. The building still appears to be in good shape but seems to be empty. The Section of Fine Arts sculpture that was originally installed in this building, now hangs in the new Eden post office.

Source notes

Post office cornerstone.

Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish on September 17, 2013.

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Location Info


634 Monroe St.
Eden, NC 27288

Coordinates: 36.491335, -79.763836

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