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After Annexation, the Rogers Park Post Office finally came under the jurisdiction of the Chicago Post Office, it was classified as a "station." It was designated "STATION Y (Rogers Park)". Its first location was on Greenleaf Avenue at Clark Street.

It moved to 4796 N. Clark Street at Lunt Avenue where it remained until 1904.

Station Y Supintendents

Station Y superintendents included:

C.H. Wharton (1894)

Fred Sachse (1897

Ebenezer J. Beach (1898)

Good bye Station Y

During 1899, the letter names for stations were dropped and Station Y became Rogers Park Station, once again. Alfred R. Heckman was the first to lead the renamed Rogers Park Station. And, Herman Lieb took over in 1904.