Bowling Green Post OfficeBowling Green Post Office
The historic post office in Bowling Green, Missouri was constructed in 1936 with Treasury Department funds. The building is still in service. From contributor Charles Swaney: “The entry to this post office is atypical and offset to the west side of the building. It has a brick façade with concrete accents that are depressed lines and circles symmetrically above the windows. The information stone is also atypically in the center of the south façade rather than at the end of the wall. There is no mural in this post office.”
Bowling Green Post Office detailBowling Green Post Office detail
Bowling Green Post Office cornerstoneBowling Green Post Office cornerstone
Originally posted at Save The Post Office
Project originally submitted by Evan Kalish, Charles Swaney on March 8, 2015.
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