V A S S A R

The Post office opened on March 1, 1904.
Vassar's first inhabitants settled in 1896 with the railroad's arrival.
It is commonly believed that Vassar got its name after the first-born son of one of the first inhabitants, the Carpenter family.
The first store, post office, and school were all built in the early 1900s. A hotel was built in the late 1920s

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two room school 1950

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Catholic church and rectory 1950

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first gemeral store 1911

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general store and Post Office 1950s

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1950s

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1911

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hotel 1940s

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school 1930s