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Edition Date: December 27, 2004  

 

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Photo courtesy of Woodinville Heritage Society
A new post office was built in 1960 on the site of John Koch’s old house

Now and then

by Suzi Freeman
Woodinville Heritage Society president

Mail is a means of communication on which we all depend. When our ancestors came across the continent to a new life during the 1800s, it became their only tie with the families they left behind.

It was just as important to the people of early Woodinville to go to Susan Woodin’s home to pick up their mail.

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