Biography of Lucius L. Hill
Allegheny County, PA Biographies

LUCIUS L. HILL, superintendent of Station D of the Pittsburg postoffice, at Wilkinsburg, has been in the postal service since he was sixteen years old. He was born in Pittsburg in 1874, and educated in the public schools. His first position in the public service was that of messenger at Station B, at Lawrenceville, under his father, Robert A. Hill. He remained at the Lawrenceville station six years, attaining the grade of mailing clerk, and was then transferred to Station A, in the East End, where he remained nearly two years as a distributor. Mr. Hill was then appointed chief clerk on the mail car running between Stations A and B, held this position some three and a half years, and, in February, 1901, became superintendent of Station D. Mr. Hill is a republican in political belief. He is a member of the Jr. O. U. A. M. and belongs to the Presbyterian church.


From:
Memoirs of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania
personal and genealogical with portraits.
Publishers: Northwestern Historical Association
Madison, Wis. 1904.


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