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General Post Office, Melbourne: perspectvie of principal facade

Johnson, Arthur Ebden (1821-1895)
NOTES: This is a contemporary photograph of an original drawing. The design adopted for this building was by A. E. Johnson with the Chief Architect of the Public Works Department, William Wardell, known to have influenced the final design. The initial two storey building was completed by 1867 and illustrated in the Builder in 1871 (credited to Wardell). As a result of severe overcrowding a new design by Johnson added a third storey and tower by 1887.

Centralposten, Vasagatan, Stockholm

Boberg, Ferdinand (1860-1946)

Centralposten, Vasagatan, Stockholm: the clock tower

Boberg, Ferdinand (1860-1946)

United States Post Office, 1300 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Miami: the central rotunda

Cheney, Howard Lovewell (1889-1969
NOTES: Charles Hardman painted the ceiling and murals in the central rotunda, depicting scenes from Florida history.

Design for a post office for a town of 30,000 inhabitants: elevation and plans

Keppie, John (1863-1945)
SOURCE: British Architect, vol. 29, 1888 Mar. 2, between p. 154-163

General Post Office, O'Connell Street, Dublin

Johnston, Francis (1760-1829)
NOTES: The General Post Office was remodelled in 1905-1915 by Pentland and rebuilt 1924-1929, after the 1916 Easter Rising by the Office of Public Building and Works.

Post Office, Blackrock, Co. Dublin

Pentland, John Howard (1855-1919)

Design for a new post office, Vienna

Wagner, Otto (1841-1918)
SOURCE: Otto Wagner, Einige Skizzen, Projecte und ausgefuhrte Bauwerke (Vienna: Schroll, 1890-1922), Band 2, no. 8