• Post Office - Springerville AZ
    “The Springerville Post Office is simple in its appearance. Yet it also displays an eclectic collection of architectural design styles. The flat roof with parapets and six water spouts are characteristic of Pueblo Revival. The arched windows suggest Mission Revival influence and the twisted columns and lantern at the entry way arise from Spanish Baroque architecture. Funded by the Public Works Administration and constructed in 1937, the building was designed to house multiple government agencies including the U.S. Forest Service."
  • Post Office Sculpture - Springerville AZ
    "The well-preserved lobby features a bas-relief sculpture by Robert Kittredge illustrating the Apache chiefs, Geronimo and Vittorio, on horseback in battle. The sculpture was funded by the Section of Fine Arts, the U.S. Treasury Department’s New Deal art program."