Monday, July 1, 2013

The New Orleans Post Office

 The New Orleans Post Office designed by James Gamble Rogers c. 1915 in New Orleans, Louisiana. After the post office moved out the building found use as a high school and currently houses the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.  Click HERE for more and HERE to see the building, now known as the John Minor Wisdom U.S. Court of Appeals Building, on google street view.

Photos from Architecture & Building, 1915.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am a volunteer at the Aiken County (SC) museum. We are researching the Winter Colony and older homes. I know about Sandhurst and Hopelands designed by Hoppin and Koen. I'd like to know if you have the street in Aiken where the FS Taylor residence was built @1900???
thanks, Jann