Lillian Sulzman Edward Meitl Ron Jacobs Jacquelyn Douglas Don Ritter
Dresden, one of the few towns to be surveyed and platted before a post office was established, became a town in May 1888, and a post office on October 3, 1888 with Ernest G. Bacon as postmaster. It is still in operation.
This little town of 175 people is one of the liveliest places in the county for its size. It is on the Rock Island railroad, situated on the high divide between the Prairie Dog and the Solomon rivers.
Excerpts taken/adapted from Decatur County-Kansas history book