“A one-story, T-shaped brick building, designed by Louis Simon, government architect, and built in 1937. The building features brick laid in English bond. Simon designed Federal post offices across the nation.” (NRHP Inventory Form)
The Chesterfield post office contains a 1939 plaster relief by Bruno Mankowski entitled “The Farmer’s Letters,” which was created under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The work is still displayed in the lobby of the post office.