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SOURCE: Architecture Illustrated, vol. 21, 1941 June, p. 84
NOTES: Goldicutt won third prize in the competition.
NOTES: Thomas Hopper complained that Sir Robert Smirke appropriated some elements of his own designs in Smirke's designs for the completed building.
NOTES: The building was designed in 1930 by the Post Office Architectural Department.