Post Office – Springfield KY

Description

The Springfield post office was constructed in 1939 with the federal Treasury Department funds. It is also the site of three limestone sculptures by Richard Davis: “Wood Chopper,” “Kentucky Pioneer,” and “Signing of the Marriage Contract of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks,” completed in 1941 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.

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Location Info


202 E. Main Street
Springfield, KY 40069

Coordinates: 37.684647, -85.220511

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