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This building is one of over 70 Roosevelt era post offices in Michigan. The structure, along with its artwork, stand as a reminder that some of the nation's finest public buildings were produced during our nation's darkest hours of the Great Depression.
Built under the authority the Federal Public Buildings Appropriation Act of 1938, and designed by the Office of the Supervising Architect in 1940, the post office opened January 24, 1941 and cost $50,000.
Its Colonial style is emphasized with a cupola rising from the center of the slate roof. The interior features a terrazzo floor trimmed with Tennessee marble and Rochelle border.