• Post Office - St. Clair MI
    Constructed with New Deal funds in 1937-8. "Of contemporary design, the building has brick exterior walls with stone trim and wood windows. Granite steps and a platform with railings and lamp standards mark the front of the entrance. At the rear of the structure are the usual vestibule and a platform for the reception of mail and a mailing drive with space for parking postal automobiles. A flat composition roof covers the building. Foundation walls and the floor slab are concrete. In general the building is fireproof" (The Port Huron Times Herald, 1938). As of 2011, the St. Clair Post Office will...
  • Post Office Mural - St. Clair MI
    The mural "St. Clair River," installed in the lobby of the St. Clair, Michigan post office, was painted by James Calder. This was a Treasury Section of Fine Arts-funded project.
  • State Police Post (demolished) - St. Clair MI
    Completed in 1938 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA), the Michigan State Police District 2 post in St. Clair featured a walk-out basement along the St. Clair River. The building, which had been located at 1419 Oakland Ave., has since been demolished.