Post Office 50628 (Elma, Iowa)

A large crowd attended the dedication of the new post office in the Howard County town of Elma on October 2, 1960. The ceremony included a performance from the high school band and choir, a flag-raising ceremony conducted by the Boy Scouts, and a unison Pledge of Allegiance and Star Spangled Banner. The brick and glass building was significant upgrade from the old facility, featuring more floor space, 264 lock boxes, air conditioning, and the latest postal equipment.