City and County of Broomfield, Colorado
The following was extracted from the Record of Appointment of Postmasters, 1832 - September 30, 1971; National Archives microfilm M841, roll 14; Records of the Post Office Department, Record Group 28, National Archives and Records Administration.
|Name||Date Confirmed||Volume and Page|
|Miss Druella Coulson||26 September 1884||Volume 50, page 472|
|Lewis E. Craine||10 July 1886||Volume 50, page 472|
|Edward O. Graves||24 July 1889||Volume 50, page 472|
|Charles W. Harrell||23 May 1895||Volume 73, page 27|
|Minnie R. Graves*||5 August 1895||Volume 73, page 27|
|Harry Crawford||21 December 1896||Volume 73, page 27|
|Florence A. Graves**||March 1898||Volume 73, page 27|
|Edgar J. Jones||14 September 1901
Retired 19 February 1940
|Volume 73, page 27
Volume 95, page 17
|Francis W. McCrea||1 February 1940||Volume 8|
|Lestor Newton||13 November 1940||Volume 8|
|Mary E. Matthews||1 November 1943||Volume 8|
|Miles Crawford||24 August 1944
Retired 30 December 1965
|Joseph L. Lis||30 December 1965||Volume 8|
* Minnie Graves was the wife of Edward O. By 1900, they had moved to W. 28th
Avenue in Denver.1
** Florence A. Graves was the wife of H. H. Graves. Mr. Graves was a grocer in
Broomfield in 1900.2
1. Edward O. Graves household, 1900 U.S. Census, Arapahoe Co., Colorado, Denver,
E.D. 123, sheet 8B, dwelling 178, family
193; National Archives microfilm T623, roll 120.
2. H. H. Graves household, 1900 U.S. Census, Boulder Co., Colorado, Broomfield,
E.D. 166, sheet 2A, dwelling and family 27;
National Archives microfilm T623, roll 121.
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