Early Post Office and Street Scene

This photograph of Cuba City's Main Street was probably taken not long after the post office and bank building, seen here, was built beside the railroad tracks in 1907. There are lots of great details in this one, including the horse peeking out beside the railroad cars.


  1. In the 1950s, the corner with the awning was the home of George Legler's Cuba and Saucer Café. When I lived in the Northwestern Hotel (across Main from this building) in the early 1950s, the only place people in town could get their mail was in a rental box (ours was #37) in the front of the PO.

    Jim McCrea

  2. Cup and Saucer, not Cuba and Saucer.


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