Tylertown Post Office
Project type: Civic Facilities, Federal Facilities, Post Offices
Designers: Supervising Architect of Treasury
Contractors: Dye Mullins Inc.
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Another Colonial Revival style post office built under the New Deal is the Tylertown post office. It was constructed in 1940, the last of the five post offices built between 1931-1940 by the Columbia & Hattiesburg firm of Dye & Mulling.
It contains a mural by Lucile Blanch, “Rural Mississippi–From Early Days to Present” that was completed in 1941.
Mississippi Department of Archives and History (Retrieved fromhttps://www.apps.mdah.ms.gov).
Project originally submitted by Susan Allen on April 7, 2013.
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