Post Office – Geneva IL

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The Geneva post office was constructed in 1938 with funds provided by the federal government. “Located within the Central Geneva Historic District , which contains 68 historic buildings (including Frank Lloyd Wright’s P. D. Hoyt House), the post office was a busy place for decades. But years ago, as part of a nation-wide strategy to abandon large downtown post offices, the Postal Service moved the mail carriers to an annex behind a MacDonald’s.”

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Location Info


26 S 3rd St.
Geneva, IL 60134

Coordinates: 41.887187, -88.308442

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