City Directories and History: Click on the MORE INFORMATION / MAPS link, found under the primary picture, to see an enlargeable postal maps of the county Post Office locations in 1896. Enter the specific name in R&R’s search box to locate additional information on each of these locations found on R&R’s pages. (Old Postal Maps – Chesterfield County, S.C.)
LIST OF LOCATIONS:
CHESTERFIELD POST OFFICE – A one-story, T shaped brick building, designed by Louis Simon, government architect, and built in 1937. The building features brick laid in English bond. Simon designed Federal post offices across the nation. (SC Dept. of Archives and History)
The Yorkville Enquirer of July 10, 1884 reported – “Chesterfield County has a new post office named Catarrh.”
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