Trudeau Post Office, c. 1938. From Saranac 1937-1940 by Richard H. Ray, who captioned it "To someone far from home and lonely, this is a very important building." Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium Post Office, early 1900s. In later years, the post office was moved closer to the Administration Building (Adirondack Daily Enterprise, 4/28/2007) The Post Office named

Trudeau, New York, was operated in various locations at the Trudeau Sanatorium, in St. Armand, Essex County, from 1903 to 1956. The office was established and named even before Dr. E. L. Trudeau died in 1915 and his institution, which had been called Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium, was renamed Trudeau Sanatorium.

Postmasters and the dates they were appointed:

Lawrason Brown, Postmaster, 12/09/1903 Mable S. Christiansen, Postmaster, 01/26/1910 Lawrason Brown, Postmaster, 04/11/1911 Frederick H. C. Heise, Postmaster, 10/31/1912 George E. Wroten, Postmaster, 05/04/1916 Mrs. Marion E. Wroten, Acting Postmaster, 05/21/1918 Mrs. Marion E. Wroten, Postmaster, 11/21/1918 William Y. Wroten, Acting Postmaster, 06/18/1932 Raymond J. Slattery, Acting Postmaster, 07/28/1933 Raymond J. Slattery, Postmaster, 01/31/1934 Mrs. Katherine C. Slattery, Acting Postmaster, 09/11/1943 Mrs. Katherine C. Slattery, Postmaster, 02/09/1945

Discontinued on March 31, 1956; mail to Saranac Lake.

Source: Research Administrator/Historian, Office of the Postmaster General, United States Postal Service, March 20, 1992.

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