Eddyville Post Office opens on February 20, 1892.

  • By Greg Lange
  • Posted 1/01/2000
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 532
On February 20, 1892, the Eddyville Post Office opens. Edward J. Curren is appointed postmaster. Eddyville was located in southeastern King County not far from Maple Valley.

The post office closed on March 30, 1901. It was situated along the Pacific Coast Railroad line.


Sources: Guy Reed Ramsey, "Postmarked Washington, 1850-1960," Microfilm (Olympia: Washington State Library, February, 1966), 638.

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