The Post Office at Fort Eustis, Newport News, Virginia (today’s Joint Base Langley-Eustis). Originally named for Abraham Eustis (1786–1843) a lawyer and U.S. Army officer. As a Brevet Brigadier General, he saw service in Florida and became the first commander of Fort Monroe, located at the entrance to the harbor of Hampton Roads.
Horse and wagon loaded with mail in Woodland, Michigan.
A man with goats on Cheese Day in Monroe, Wisconsin, pauses in front of the U.S. Post Office.
The rural deliverymen lined up in front of the Grant’s Pass, Oregon, post office. Love the motorcycle.
The post office in Columbus, Nebraska, so new they hadn’t put the light globes on the lamp posts yet. Note the raised crosswalk in the street, so pedestrians could cross without wading through the mud. And here is the post office all dressed up: