(former) Anamosa, Iowa 52205
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member iconions
N 42° 06.493 W 091° 17.116
15T E 641771 N 4663214
Quick Description: This two-story, brown brick, glass, and concrete building is located at 105 East Main Street in Anamosa, Iowa.
Location: Iowa, United States
Date Posted: 6/11/2020 6:14:27 PM
Waymark Code: WM12KPK
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member jhuoni
Views: 1

Long Description:
The Post Office was here from 1890 until 1904 when it moved to 119 East Main. This would make this building the second Post Office. This town has done a remarkable job of identifying its former Post Offices.

This is a 2-story masonry building constructed for A. H. Sherman by E. M. Harvey in 1889. The federal government moved its post office in Anamosa to this building in 1890. "A. H. Sherman, who was to be the owner, accompanied contractor E. M. Harvey and E. F. Bickel to Davenport to inspect the different designs of architecture." Mr. Rairdin radically altered this building circa 1978 for use as a photography studio. The remodeling included cover-up materials, cast concrete arches, and vertical metal siding. As a result, it should be evaluated as a circa 1978 building and noncontributing to the historic district.

-National Registry Entry

Type of structure:: stand alone

re-enter Zip Code here:: 52205

Current Status:: Former Historic Location

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