Built in 1914, this was once a family home and meat market owned by Phillip B. Mason. The meat market closed, and the building became the post office when Mr. Mason was appointed Postmaster in 1934. His daughter, Cleo Mason Richter, became Postmistress upon his death in 1940 and served until her retirement in 1967. The Pickerington Police Dept later found a home here, as did the Historical Society.

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