Monday, January 21, 2008

Early 1900s Post Office Buildings

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The post offices of the early 1900s showed tremendous variety, style, imagination and beauty especially when compared with the post offices of today that look like boxes with windows. The first example is the Post Office of Sioux Falls South Dakota on this circa 1908 postcard which appears well prepared the those harsh South Dakota winters. This postcard is available on my website in the South Dakota listings.

The second post office is in Jacksonville Florida and is a 1920s postcard showing a towering design with a clock and bell tower as well as a huge turret in the foreground. This postcard is available in my Florida listings along with more than 10,000 additional postcards available on my website at Moody's Postcards.

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