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There's an Old and a New Dime Box. The name comes from the practice of leaving a dime in a box at Brown's Mill to get a letter delivered to Giddings. This was before a Federal Post Office opened in 1877. "Old" Dime Box is the second oldest (Evergreen is the oldest) town in Lee County. - D. Harrison
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Postal Station Type: Post Office
Latitude: 30.370857 Longitude: -96.816108
Zip Code Classification: Non-Unique