Old Post Office Building, ca. 1885

For well over 100 years this building in the center of Windsor has been used for various commercial purposes. Built before 1900, it was first used as a store with apartments above. As was the custom at the time, it was constructed with the main entrance several steps above the unpaved and muddy street. In 1917 the first floor was lowered to the level of the sidewalk. This created a higher-ceilinged mercantile space more conducive to the retail businesses of the day. From 1909 until 1924 it housed the town's post office. Frederick C. Althen operated the Windsor Drug Company at 226 Broad from 1925 until his death in 1943. Since then a succession of businesses have occupied the building, and was recently the home of The Bean @226. Copyright 2015 Windsor Historical Society.
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