Dwyer
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Title:Dwyer
History:Dwyer Post Office was established on March 24, 1911 in Laramie County prior to the formation of Platte County. August Mojden was the first postmaster. It became a rural branch of the Wheatland Post Office in May, 1973. (Wyoming Post Offices) Postoffice in Platte County, on the Colorado and Southern Railway, 18 miles north of Wheatland, the county seat and nearest banking point. Farming is the principal industry. Population 30. Altitude 4,600 feet. (Wyoming State Business Directory, 1922)
County:Platte
Feature Category:Manmade Features
Origin Of Name:J. E. Dwyer was superintendent of the Colorado and Southern Railroad on which Dwyer was a station. (Trenholm)Dwyer Post Office was established on March 24, 1911 in Laramie County prior to the formation of Platte County. August Mojden was the first postmaster. It became a rural branch of the Wheatland Post Office in May, 1973. (Wyoming Post Offices) Postoffice in Platte County, on the Colorado and Southern Railway, 18 miles north of Wheatland, the county seat and nearest banking point. Farming is the principal industry. Population 30. Altitude 4,600 feet. (Wyoming State Business Directory, 1922)
Type (DCMI):JPEG
Link:Search Wyoming Places
Document ID:11140499

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