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Old Post Office, Maysville


Susan Cooley writes, in part: We have inherited the building… My family has always called the building the “post office”. There is a very ornate vault. The store front has been so many things in my life time,  from an old VHS rental store to a flower shop. I married a handy man, Brian McClain ( I still carry my beloved maiden name) who has been busy renovating the properties. He has worked diligently, hanging off a ladder with buckets of mortar and patting it into the old bricks to preserve and weather proof the building, without too much modernizing. We are very committed to historical relevance…

Jenn Cochran’s comments also suggest it may have been a bank, though it’s likely a safe would have been present in a post office.

Maysville Historic District, National Register of Historic Places


Filed under --BANKS COUNTY GA--, Maysville GA