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Post-Hundley House

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111 E. 11th Street, Post, Post, TX, USA

Latitude & Longitude: 33° 11' 38.80314999996", -101° 22' 42.5052400008"
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    Charles W. Post (1854-1914), famed cereal manufacturer who founded this community as a model town, occupied this residence during his frequent visits here. Employees of the Double U Company constructed the cottage in 1907 using native stone hand-quarried in the nearby caprock. The design was drawn by a member of Post's staff in Battle Creek, Michigan. After 1917, the J. L. Stewart and Jim Hundley families occupied and preserved the structure. Recorded Texas Historic Landmark, 1976

This page last updated: 7/15/2008

Post-Hundley House Historical Marker Location Map, Texas