The post office in Rome, New York, by Paul C. Koeber, one of my favorite postcard publishers.
In the lower, left-hand corner.
The Columbus (Ohio) Arsenal was founded in 1862, and was known as the Columbus Barracks from 1905 through 1922. It was renamed Fort Hayes to honor Rutherford B. Hayes, a Civil War veteran, U.S. Congressman, Governor of Ohio, and President of the United States (1877-1881).
The post office in Orangeville, Ontario, showing that you can still be majestic even if the lot is small.