Post Office – Lodi CA

Description

Constructed by the Treasury Department in 1935.

Source notes

"Lodi will lose new Post Office unless influence used," Lodi News Sentinel, February 22, 1934, page 1.
"Congressman F. H. Buck gives assurance that U.S. will carry out plans; Site at School and Walnut Street will soon be graced with Modern Structure," Lodi News Sentinel, March 8, 1934, page 1.
"Bids are called for PO Building," Lodi News Sentinel, July 1, 1935, page 1; "Bids to be opened for PO July 31," Lodi News Sentinel, July 3, 1935, page 1.
"Lodi PO Building Contract Let," Lodi News Sentinel, November 21, 1935, page 1.

 

Project originally submitted by Suga Moriwaki on June 26, 2009.
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Location Info


120 S. School Street
Lodi , CA 95240

Location notes:

Coordinates: 38.132282, -121.272738

One comment on “Post Office – Lodi CA

  1. Is this the only post office in Lodi? It seems as though a city this size would have more than one. Thank you

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