Dover's combined post office-city hall is in this Aug. 13, 1929, view looking east down Loockerman Street. More than 80 years later, many of the buildings, such as the Priscilla Block on the left, still stand. In a major feat of engineering, the post office/city hall was moved in the 1930s to the current city hall site, and Loockerman Street was extended to reach the highway now known as U.S. Route 13. The building was demolished in the early 1970s.
Dover turns 300 this year. A new photo every Thursday.