10 Historic US post offices (early 1900s)

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Take a look back to the United States Postal Service’s glory days around the turn of the century — when the post office buildings were stunning, stately and stylish, and a pride of every city’s downtown. Here are ten examples, from Boston to Minnesota, of classic USPS architecture.

Post office – Boston, Massachusetts (1900)


St Paul, Minnesota (1905)


Post office – Saginaw, Michigan (1900-1920)


Buffalo, New York (1900-1906)


Albany, New York (1900-1906)


>> See more post offices on the next page! Pittsburg, Baltimore, Chicago, Vermont & Duluth


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