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[Post Office Lobby, Looking Westward]

Description: Photograph of the United States Post Office in El Paso, Texas. It has two large archways with decorated metal grates inbetween them. The archways have two grated doors right next to them. The floor has a square pattern, and two small counters are equally spaced on the floor in front of the archways.
Date: July 2, 1919
Partner: El Paso Public Library

Post Office, Richardson, Texas

Description: Post card with photo of early Post Office. The structure is a small wood one story building with one door. In front are two women - one [Aunt Sarah Allen, third post master] seated in a rocking chair and one holding a baby - and a man. On the right side of the post office is a white picket fence. Other unidentified buildings are visible in the background. The ground immediately in front of the building is dirt, but grass and bushes are visible to the sides. Written on back: "Made in 1906", "Please return to Mrs. Jake K. Stults", AKA ""Pearl Stults", "donated by Grissom". Note with post card states "Aunt Sarah Allen third post master" with no explanation. Additional information: The first Post Office was established September 27, 1858. Before, mail was tossed into a barrel in the general store and residents picked out their own mail.
Date: 1906
Partner: Richardson Public Library

Brick Post Office, Richardson, Texas

Description: Medium sized brick building with large front window "Post Office, Richardson, Texas". On front door with screen door and metal awning. Two windows visible on right side of building. Visible through the large window are 24 mail boxes and a tall table.
Date: unknown
Partner: Richardson Public Library

[Photograph of Young Street Station Post Office]

Description: Photograph of the front of the Young Street Station United States Post Office in Dallas, Texas, a two-story brick building with open windows all along each floor. The name of the building is is set in stone above the center of the second floor. The street is visible in front of the building. There are handwritten notes on the back of the photo.
Date: September 9, 1937
Partner: Private Collection of Mary Newton Maxwell

Street Scene #1

Description: Copy negative of the Old Post Office and Federal Building in Abilene, Texas as viewed from across a large intersection. There are cars on the street, some trees, and a few people walking.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Street Scene #2

Description: Copy negative of the Old Post Office and Federal Building in Abilene, Texas as viewed from across a large intersection. There are cars on the street, some trees, and a few people walking.
Date: unknown
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[U.S. Post Office, Austin, Texas]

Description: Photograph of a U.S. Post Office located at 126 West 6th Street in Austin. It is a three-story stone building with balconies on the second floor. People are visible in the shaded entrance on the first floor. A handwritten note on the back reads, "Dr. [illegible] Litten's office in background." Photograph is cabinet card format.
Date: [1880..1899]
Creator: Hillyer, H. B.
Partner: Austin History Center, Austin Public Library

[Post Office Workroom Looking East]

Description: Photograph of a room in the El Paso post office. It has a large archway in the middle of the room with a decorated metal grate in the middle of it. It has support columns on the left and right sides of the room, with white walls and wooden floors.
Date: June 2, 1919
Partner: El Paso Public Library

[The Construction of the Post Office]

Description: Written on front of picture is the partial holograph legend: ".ade from the North east ...ner looking Southwest made May the 3rd 1912" It shows the construction of what would eventually be the third Post Office at 201 N.E. 2nd Street. A shear-legs is shown on the extreme left. The workers have clearly stopped work for the taking of the photograph, which is featured in "Time Once Was in Mineral Wells" on page 150. The building now [2014] houses the Women's Club.
Date: May 3, 1912
Partner: Boyce Ditto Public Library

[Post Office Looking North]

Description: Photograph of a post office with tall ionic columns in front of the entrance, and "United States Post Office" engraved above the columns. It has some minor work being done on the front. There is a landline pole on each post office corner, and a few other buildings.
Date: December 2, 1918
Partner: El Paso Public Library

[Post Office Workroom Looking South East]

Description: Photograph of a room under construction in the El Paso post office. It has a large archway in the middle of the room with a decorated metal grate in the middle of it. It has support columns on the left and right sides of the room, with white walls and wooden floors. Supplies and wooden planks are laid in piles around the room.
Date: April 1, 1919
Partner: El Paso Public Library

[Post Office Workroom Looking Northward]

Description: Photograph of a room under construction in the El Paso post office. It has piles of supplies and tools sprawled around the room. Support columns are holding part of the room up, and they're more finished looking. There is a skylight area and many tall windows on the back wall with light coming through.
Date: February 28, 1919
Partner: El Paso Public Library

[Post Office Roof Looking North West]

Description: Photograph of the roof and front of a post office in El Paso. The building has tall ionic columns in the front with two tall windows to the left and right. "United States Post Office" is written above the columns. Other buildings are in the background.
Date: May 3, 1918
Partner: El Paso Public Library

[Post Office Roof Looking North]

Description: Photograph of the roof and front of a post office in El Paso, under construction. The building has tall ionic columns in the front with two tall windows to the left and right. "United States Post Office" is written above the columns. There are wooden planks sprawled in front of the building, and other buildings are visible in the background.
Date: October 3, 1918
Partner: El Paso Public Library