The historic former post office building in Torrington, Connecticut was constructed with federal funds during the Great Depression. “This post office has two entrances, which is unusual except in large buildings, and its along most of the side. The lobby… read more
The former post office in Ukiah CA was built in 1936 and inaugurated Jan. 30, 1937. It is a typical single-story Moderne-style building of the 1930s, constructed 0f poured concrete. It is 11,200 square-feet and cost $72,315 (pressdemocrat.com) The building’s construction was funded… read more
The historic former post office building in Willoughby, Ohio was constructed in 1934 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building had housed an example of New Deal artwork, now missing. Postal operations have moved to a different facility in the… read more
The U.S. Treasury Department funded an addition to Ithaca, New York’s former main post office (now Ithaca’s Town Hall) during the mid-1930s. The project was completed in early 1936. Ithaca’s Downtown Station post office continues to occupy a corner of… read more
Kingston, New York’s 1907 post office, located at the northeast corner of Broadway and Grand Street, was enlarged and remodeled using Treasury Department funds in a project completed in 1938. The local paper Daily Freeman reported in 2013: “It was… read more
“The U.S. Post Office, Courthouse, and Customhouse, also known as Main Post Office, is a historic post office, courthouse, and custom house, located on Rodney Square in Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware. It was designed by Irwin & Leighton in… read more
A rear extension to the historic U.S. Post Office and Courthouse building was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds in 1936.