Post Office (former) – Seguin TX

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The historic former post office in Seguin, Texas was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds in 1934. The building is now privately owned.

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Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish, Larry Moore on April 3, 2015.

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202 North Camp St.
Seguin, TX 78155

Coordinates: 29.569920, -97.965931

One comment on “Post Office (former) – Seguin TX

  1. Wilton Woods

    Changes include an expansion on the north side (far right in the picture) from the 1960s (when as it happens, my father was Postmaster — that’s how I know! The north addition was designed as an unobtrusive background for the original Spanish Colonial Revival design.

    Sadly, the other change is that massive carved wood front doors went missing. Last I heard, the owner will buy them back if anyone finds the doors. The owner has done a fine job of maintaining the building. For example, the lobby still features a wall of postal boxes, wood trim, original ceiling lamps, and furniture.

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