243 Main St. E.

Old Post Office: This was built as a post office in 1914 for $21,000. The population of Milton at the time was 2,053. Robert Stewart was the first postmaster in the building. Emile Marchand, local jeweler, started the post office clock on August 15, 1915. The post office was an important gathering point until letter carrier service was introduced in 1967. A new post office was constructed around 1980.

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