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Sundi Museum staff are asking for photos and information about the historic monument after it burned on May 27.
Portland, OregonPortland Tribune) — Part of the history of Mt. Hood was lost when the Cherryville Post Office burned down on Thursday, May 27. The Sundi History Museum posted unfortunate news on its Facebook page this week. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.
According to the book “Sundi Pioneer, Early Settlers, Barlow Road Days,” the first Cherryville Post Office was located at Badger Creek off North Bati Road. A meeting of locals to name the post office led to the name of the community. The name Cherryville was chosen because of the wild cherry blossoms that grow in the area.
The post office was established in 1887 under the postmaster Love along. Office locations have moved many times over the years, and the postmaster has undergone some changes.
The office was closed in February 1958 and the Cherryville community is now run by the Sandy Post Office.
The Sundi Historical Society requires anyone with photos and information about the post office to share them with the museum.Photos and information can be sent by email email@example.com Or 39345 Pioneer Blvd during business hours from 10am to 4pm Tuesday to Saturday. Will be delivered to the museum. For more information, please call 503-668-3378.
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