Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Station Post Office – Milwaukee WI
The historic Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Station post office in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was constructed in 1938 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building is still in service.
East Boston Station Post Office – Boston MA
The historic East Boston Station post office was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds in 1939. The post office contains New Deal murals.
East Portland Post Office – Portland OR
The historic East Portland Station post office was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds in 1936. The post office houses New Deal artwork.
El Viejo Building (Old Post Office) – Modesto CA
The old downtown post office – officially, the Federal Building – was built in 1933 by the Treasury Department in Modesto, California. The project has a long pre-history and was to be built as part of a sweeping catalogue of… read more
Everett Post Office Mural (relocated) – Boston MA
Created for the former Everett branch post office, the mural “Mail for New England” is an example of New Deal artwork. Painted by Stephen Etnier, and completed in 1940, the work has since been relocated to Boston’s Back Bay post… read more
F. Edward Hebert Federal Building – New Orleans LA
The F. Edward Hebert Federal Building was built from 1935 to 1939 and is still in use. At the time it was built, the Treasury Department was responsible for all federal buildings. Formerly home to the New Orleans Main Post… read more
Fairmount Carrier Annex (Post Office) – Philadelphia PA
This red brick post office building was built in 1936 as Philadelphia’s Fairmount Station post office, and is now the Fairmount carrier annex.
Federal Building – Abilene TX
Abilene’s historic Federal Building was constructed as the U.S. Post Office and Court House during the Great Depression. It was constructed with Treasury Department funds between 1935 and 1936. The building is still used by various federal agencies.
Federal Building – Anchorage AK
“Constructed almost twenty years before Alaska became the forty-ninth state, the Federal Building in Anchorage symbolized the U.S. government’s commitment to the economic growth and development of the territory. Providing residents with a post office, courthouse, and other federal services,… read more
Federal Building – Clarksville TN
The Federal Building in Clarksville, Tennessee—originally constructed as a post office, was constructed during the Great Depression with Treasury Department funds. The design of the United States Post Office for Clarksville was released April 19, 1935, to be located on… read more
Federal Building – Columbia TN
Originally constructed as the United States Post Office and Courthouse, the historic Federal Building in Columbia, Tennessee was constructed with Treasury Department funds. The building houses multiple examples of New Deal artwork.
Federal Building – Galveston TX
By the early 1880s, the U.S. Custom House on Post Office Street was inadequate to contain all the federal offices in Galveston. To supplement it, a new United States Courthouse, Post Office, and Custom House was built at the corner… read more
Federal Building – Ketchikan AK
The first federal courthouse in Ketchikan was opened in 1905. By 1913, a federal grand jury requested the government build a new facility. In 1923, a report found the 1905 courthouse “dilapidated beyond reasonable repair and overcrowded past endurance.” Finally,… read more
Federal Building – Provo UT
The J. Will Robinson Federal Building occupies the former Provo main post office building, constructed c. 1936. The building bears an unexpected cornerstone from 1965, owing to the building’s extensive renovation at that time. The building houses multiple federal agencies… read more
Federal Building (former Post Office) – Flagstaff AZ
The Federal Building in downtown Flagstaff was constructed as the city’s main post office in 1935-1937. Plans had originally called for a combination Post Office and Federal Building, but they were dropped in 1931 by the Hoover Administration for lack… read more
Federal Building (former) – Hammond IN
This neoclassical style building was competed in 1939 and housed the U.S. Court House and Post Office. Today, it is owned by the Hammond Baptist Church and is used as their main office.
Federal Building (old Post Office) – Mesa AZ
This New Deal post office is now known as the Federal Building: MesaAZ.gov: “The Federal Building was built in 193[6-7] by the Federal Government Department of Treasury to become Mesa’s first 1st-class post office and one of the finest buildings… read more
Federal Building Addition – Greenwood SC
The historic former post office—now Federal Building—in Greenwood, South Carolina was constructed during the 1910s but received a large addition constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The extension and remodeling work was completed in 1941.
Federal Building Addition – Huntington WV
This federal building, formerly known as the U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and was originally occupied in 1907. According to the General Services Administration, a three-story, 100-foot extension was constructed to… read more
Federal Building Addition – Wheeling WV
The historic 1907 Federal Building and United States Courthouse in Wheeling, West Virginia was expanded during the New Deal era with Treasury Department funds. Wikipedia: “The 1938 addition, built to accommodate a district courtroom, altered the symmetry of the building…. read more
Federal Building and Courthouse – Binghamton NY
Originally built as the U.S. Post Office and Courthouse and now the Federal Building and Courthouse, the building was completed as a federal Public Works Administration (PWA) project with Treasury Department funding in 1935. Construction took approximately one year (~Sept…. read more
Federal Building and Courthouse Extension – Anniston AL
This Beaux-Arts building was originally completed as the U.S. Court House and Post Office in 1906. James A. Wetmore supervised a New Deal extension of the building that was completed in 1934. The building was listed on the National Register… read more
Federal Building and Post Office – Duncan OK
The historic Federal Building and Post Office in Duncan, Oklahoma was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The building was constructed between 1933 and 1934, and it is still in use today.
Federal Building and Post Office – San Pedro CA
The Federal Building and Post Office in San Pedro CA was built in 1936 by the Treasury Department. It also formerly served as a U.S. Customs Office. The building has recently undergone a major renovation. The design is a good… read more
Federal Building and Post Office (former) – Elk City OK
The historic Elk City, Oklahoma Federal Building / post office was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The building was completed in 1936 and now houses the Elk City Board of Education.
Federal Building and Post Office (former) – Phoenix AZ
The former Phoenix Federal Building and Post Office (now owned by ASU) was designed by Phoenix architectural firm Lescher and Mahoney in the Spanish Colonial Revival style. Construction had begun in 1932, before the advent of FDR’s presidency (and thus… read more
Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse – Greenville SC
What is now known as the C. F. Haynsworth Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse in Greenville, South Carolina was constructed during the Great Depression, completed in 1937 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which formerly housed the main post… read more
Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse Extension – Gadsden AL
Originally the Gadsden post office, this Beaux-Arts-style building was constructed in 1909. The post office was twice extended, first in 1915 and again, during the New Deal, in 1937. Louis A. Simon was the Supervising Architect of the second extension…. read more
Federal Building Extension – Billings MT
The historic federal building in downtown Billings, Montana was originally constructed in 1913-4. The building was expanded in 1932 and again in 1940, the latter impacting the “rear central and southern portions of the building” and bringing with it an… read more
Federal Building Extension – Bismarck ND
Then the U.S. Post Office and Court House, what is now the Federal Building at 304 E Broadway Ave. was expanded with federal Treasury Department funds during the 1930s. Some landscaping details implemented at that time are still in place,… read more
Federal Building Extension – Grand Island NE
The Federal Building in Grand Island, NE underwent an extension during the early era of the New Deal. “Supervising Architect of the Treasury James Knox Taylor designed the new post office and federal building in Grand Island, authorizing the final… read more
Federal Building Extension – Newport News VA
An extension to the Newport News Federal Building’s main structure was built with Treasury Department funds. Construction was completed in 1941. The building, which is still in use, houses New Deal artwork. The original Newport News Federal Building was built in… read more
Federal Building Extension – Salisbury MD
The Salisbury Post Office, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, was originally built in the 1920s. The U.S. Treasury commissioned an expansion of the building circa 1936 “which included a second floor and…an additional two bays on each end of… read more
Federal Building/Post Office – San Antonio TX
Today this building is known as the Hipolito F. Garcia Federal Building, but a small post office branch is still operating in the building. The building was completed in 1936 and opened in 1937. It was built under the auspices… read more
Federal Courthouse – Aberdeen SD
Constructed by the Treasury Department in 1938 as a post office and courthouse. It is still in use by the U.S. District Court for the District of South Dakota.
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… read more
Federal Courthouse – Kalamazoo MI
Constructed by the Treasury Department as a federal post office and courthouse in 1938-39. The building is still a functioning courthouse.
Federal Courthouse – Tyler TX
The historic federal courthouse and former post office in Tyler was built with Treasury Department funds in 1933.
Federal Courthouse Improvements – Sioux Falls SD
The court house and post office was constructed in 1895 and an addition was added in 1932. In 1941, federal funding supplied the building with a new elevator.