Posted October 09, 2018 12:11:20In the early 1970s, a poster store opened in the Panhandle of Texas.
The name was a reference to a common, American term used to refer to a newspaper post.
The store was one of the few places in the United States that could sell posters and other advertising.
It closed in 1990, but is still around today, in a small storefront in the small town of Oceanside.
“It was kind of a joke,” says John Sperling, the founder of the Panhandling Posters of Texas chapter, which opened the store.
“We had a small store in Oceansville and there was a poster shop in town, but we didn’t have a place to put them in.
We were thinking of that.”
The original store was a convenience store and the poster shop was a bookstore.
Sperlin says the post office opened the original store and a book store together.
“The original poster store was pretty close to the book shop, and the book store was close to where the posters were delivered,” he says.
“It was a pretty direct relationship.”
The shop was closed in 1999 and Sperlings family bought the property and opened a new poster store in 2010.
“Our original business was in the back of a grocery store and we decided we needed a bigger store and started out with a store that had a different name and a different feel,” he recalls.
“A lot of the people who went in had never heard of the place before, so we didn.
A lot of them had never seen the place.
So, a lot of those people didn’t know where it was.
We had a little bit of a reputation for the small, old, nondescript shop, but it was the first of many stores that were going to come along.”
The Post office opened its doors in 1973 in the town of Panhandle.
The original Post office in the panhandle, located at 6091 N. Main St., is now part of the City of Panichia post office complex.
The original Post Office in the north end of Panilla, near the intersection of Main and River roads, was built in 1910.
The building was designed by Henry S. Wood and the original Postmaster General was James F. Boulton.
The Post office was renamed the Post Office of the United State in 1915 after James B. Clark.
In the 1920s, the Post office became the first location in the country to offer free post office and postcard services to all of the country’s territories.
The office moved to the new Post Office Building at the University of North Texas in 1953, which was also the site of the first newspaper in the US to be printed in a color newspaper.
It moved to its current location in 1971.
The post office in Panhandle became a landmark landmark in the city and in the state of Texas, in part because of the popularity of the post cards it issued.
Today, more than 10 million postcards are issued to each postmaster in the world.
The paper is printed on high quality paper that is certified organic and is certified by the U.S. Post Office.
The first Texas Postmaster in 1917 was John S. Moore.
Moore was a founding member of the Texas Historical Commission and a member of its board of directors from the time he joined the commission.
He served for more than two decades as the chairman of the Historical Commission, and he also served as its chief administrator.
In addition to the Post Post Office, the first Texan Postmaster to reside in the Rio Grande Valley was W. B. Johnson in 1875.
Johnson is known as one of Texas’ great postmasters, because he created and expanded post office service in the Lone Star State.
The post office moved from its original location in Houston to the University Post Office on the edge of the city of San Antonio in 1922.
In 1924, the new U.T. Post office building was opened, and in 1926, the city opened its first post office.
The University Post office, located on the campus of the University at Buffalo, opened in 1938.
The Texas State Post Office is located on campus at the National Printer in San Antonio.
The Texas State and University Post offices each hold the title of Texas State University Postmaster, and all of them are recognized as National Printers by the National Association of Postmasters.
In the 1920’s, postcards became popular in Texas.
A number of small, local postcards were printed in the early 1900s and were sold at local grocery stores, pawn shops, flea markets and thrift stores.
“We would sell them out of the back door,” Sperles says.
In fact, in 1926 the Texas State Legislature passed a law requiring that all paper mail be sold to the state for mailing.
Sperling remembers the first time he went to the