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Eureka Post Office, 205 Main, southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, Utah County, UT



B&W Photos

HB1134391
BWPhotos 367737

HB1134392
BWPhotos 367738

HB1134393
BWPhotos 367739

HB1134394
BWPhotos 367740

HB1134395
BWPhotos 367741

HB1134396
BWPhotos 367742

HB1134397
BWPhotos 367743

HB1134398
BWPhotos 367744

HB1134399
BWPhotos 367745

HB1134400
BWPhotos 367746

HB1134401
BWPhotos 367747

HB1134402
BWPhotos 367748

HB1134403
BWPhotos 367749

HB1134404
BWPhotos 367750

HB1134405
BWPhotos 367751

HB1134406
BWPhotos 367752

HB1134407
BWPhotos 367753


Item Title
BWPhotos 367753

Location
southeast corner of Main & Wallace Alley, Eureka, UT

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS UT-136
Significance: The Eureka Post Office was the first federal building erected in the city. The building was constructed at the peak of the Tintic Mining District's Prosperity and has continuously housed Eureka's main post office for more than seventy years. The building was designed by the Office of the Supervising Architect for the U.S. Treasury Department, under the administration of James A. Wetmore, Acting Supervising Architect. A new post office is currently under construction near the eastern edge of town.

Subjects
Post Offices


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

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