Noland Village at Providence

This building is original to Noland Village.  The country store, owned by Simmie Lacks, was built about 1890 and became a post office in 1894.  It was here that one could get their mail, catch up on all the latest news and shop for all their needs.  The building operated as a post office until sometime during World War I when it was moved to Lennig.

The building is made up of logs sheathed in clapboard and has been restored to resemble the country store / post office of its time.

Noland Post Office / Lacks Store