• Federal Courthouse - Harrisonburg VA
    Originally the Harrisonburg United States Post Office and Court House, this Louis A. Simon-designed federal building opened in 1940. The GSA writes that the building "is located at the northeast corner of North Main and East Elizabeth Streets in the historic commercial and institutional center of the city. The building contains five floors, including a full basement and penthouse, and rises to a height of nearly 60 feet above grade. It is cruciform in plan, measuring approximately 104 feet wide from north to south by 142 feet long from east to west. Its masonry exterior features Classical/Colonial Revival detailing with Flemish-bond...
  • Glenville Bratenahl Station Post Office - Cleveland OH
    Cleveland's historic Glenville Bratenahl Station post office—then known as Station H—was constructed in 1935-6 with Public Works Administration (P.W.A.) funds. Designed by R. Stanley-Brown, the building is still in service. "This postal station serves a rapidly growing commercial district in the northeastern part of Cleveland and also the village of Bratenahl, an exclusive residential area lying along Lake Erie. Its postal receipts approximate $133,000 annually. The lobby is 18 by 51 feet, has a terrazzo floor, a low marble wainscot, and plaster walls and ceiling. The exterior walls are light-red brick trimmed with artificial stone and the building is fire-proof except for the...
  • Post Office (former) - Lakewood OH
    The historic branch post office building in Lakewood, Ohio was constructed during the Great Depression with Treasury Department funds. The building no longer houses postal operations; it is now privately owned.
  • University Center Station Post Office - Cleveland OH
    Cleveland's historic University Center Station post office was constructed with federal funds in 1935-6. Designed by R. Stanley-Brown, the building houses examples of New Deal artwork.