Mandel Cabin and Post Office, 1880
AboutThe Mandel Post Office is a cabin made from the logs that were originally used in 1875 to construct the first structure in what is now Sheridan. Now the city’s oldest building, the sod-covered roof is typical of that time. Known as the Mandel Post Office, it also housed the school and served as a store, residence for four, gathering place for church and social events. At other times it served as a voting place. It is owned and maintained by the Wyoming Society.
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DirectionsFrom I-90, take 5th Street exit and follow to Brooks Street, turn left, go for approximately six blocks, turn right on Alger Street for one block.