This is the only business in the rural hamlet of Hye and the structure is immediately noticeable for its painted, pressed-metal false-front facade topped with a simulated balustrade. The interior of the post office and store, which share the same space, is a fine survival of an early-twentieth-century commercial interior, with a pressed-metal ceiling to complement the facade. The community was named for Hiram (Hye) G. Brown who established the post office here in 1886.
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