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Established as a post office in the mid-1880's, Victor was located 6 miles east of (New) Hunter. A store was built by a Mr. Paddock, and the post office was moved there from its dugout location.
The ethnicity of its settlers is unknown.
"History of Hunter, Kansas and it's Surrounding Communities." Cawker City, KS: Cawker City Ledger, 1970.
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