OXFORD POST OFFICE
501 Main Street
Once Oxford’s post office for nearly 40 years, this building was constructed in 1915 and has a rich history. In the 1920s, the rear of the building was home to J. F. Adams’ barber shop, and the rest of the building was even once a grocery store and the Salvation Army.
In 1952, the First State Bank of Oxford found its home here until the mid-60s. Eventually in the 1990s, Stinson-Howard Fine Jewelry operated in this building until the later part of 2021.
Research by Hunter Chase Gentry and written by Julie Mangum Skinner, November 2023