Post Office - Montezuma Georgia Art Print
The subject of this Montezuma Georgia art print is the 1939 U.S. Post Office located on the corner of Cabot and Cherry Streets. It may be a familiar design to many across the US as many similar post offices were built as part of the New Deal era building programs. To my eyes, the style of the red brick post office seems to be a mix of Neoclassical design elements and some federal style influence but I have not seen a definitive classification for what architectural style our classic old post office is.
It's shown here in this art print closer to how I remember it growing up in Montezuma. And it's changed little to today aside from having lost the classic 1930's lamp posts at the entrance to the flood of 1994. The building is seen here surrounded in a canopy of trees as our Post Office is situated on a deep corner lot which until recent years was filled with large oaks.
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