Black & white card by H.S. Hutchinson & Co.
Newsstand and caged post mistress in New Market, Iowa.
Shades down in Riverside, Iowa.
Not exactly welcoming, in Malvern, Iowa.
The outdoor post office in St. Petersburg, Florida, taking advantage of the mild climate.
And below, an earlier “outdoor” post office.
Murree, Pakistan, on the southern slopes of the Western Himalayan foothills, was the summer capital of the Punjab Province of British India until 1864, hence its colonial architecture. It was originally established as a sanatorium for British troops garrisoned on the Afghan frontier.