Either community mailboxes are nothing new or there are 18 people living in that building.
Perhaps the Madam required each one of her girls to have their own mailbox.
I see the Mayor stopped in for a visit.
Oh gosh that's too funny Dave! I can't think that quick this early in the morning! I remember community mailboxes as a kid, had to walk half a mile and around a corner to get to ours. No worries about identity theft back in those days.
Dennis, would that maybe be the "pimp-mobile"? LOL
We musta been typing about the same time! Got tons of rain here last night, did you see they're talking a fair possibility of "measurable snow" next tuesday? Nothing like spring in Ohio!!
Jay, if you have a higher resolution image of the above picture, can you post a closeup of the sign on the building? I zoomed in and it looks like a man in front of a bucking horse, but I can't be sure.
Mark, Sorry, that's the best it gets. I believe your right, it does look like a prospector and a bucking mule.
Place still exists. Was the Redville store on Rural Route #2. That is Charles Riggs' T taken in 1920.
To day they only get JUNK mail that's the reason for the trash truck being parked there, no need for any stinking mail boxes.
Bob, Good one! Thanks for the laugh!!!!
They must produce a lot of trash. Burn barrel in back, dumpster at side, trash barrel by door and a garbage truck at the ready.