Los Angelese Post Office Terminal Annex
Project type: Federal Facilities, Post Offices
Designers: Gilbert Stanley Underwood, Louis A. Simon
Marked: YesView Project in a Separate Window
This Mission Revival style building was built under the Roosevelt Administration and served as the main mail distribution for LA until 1994. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Only a part of this structure still functions as a post office, but the front lobby and its WPA murals have been preserved.
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