Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at 1:26PM
Jo Giessner

1882 January 31, Post Office established as Carrville, Trinity, California located 4 1/2 miles north of Trinity Center and 28 miles south of Callahan's Ranch, Siskiyou County. Named for James E. Carr and was the trading center for the area gold mines.

James E. Carr, First Postmaster.

1894 May 5, George L. Carr, Postmaster.

1910 June 11, Mary A. Carr, Postmaster.

1937 February 15, Clarence E. Carr, Postmaster.

1940 February 16, Mrs. Ida Marie Jennings, Postmaster.

1940 April 11, Post Office moved 1 1/2 miles north.

1941 November 20, Jay B. White, Postmaster.

1942 December 17, Myron B. Phelps, Postmaster.

1943 February 28, Post Office discontinued and the service moved to Trinity Center.

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