featured Looking Back: Washington's post office under construction Photo Provided by the Daviess County Museum Aug 28, 2020 Aug 28, 2020 This April 1, 1917 black and white photograph at 301-303 E. South Street in Washington, shows the construction of the Washington post office. This is one of series of photos recording the stages of the construction. On the reverse is typed, “Washington, Ind., P.O. Actual condition of work April 1, 1917. Signed George A. Clark, Supt. Constr.” The six concrete pillars on the front of the building have been completed. View the other photos in the series at the Daviess County Museum located on Main Street in the heart of downtown Washington.Washington’s post office under construction Photo Provided by the Daviess County Museum Related Looking back graphic As featured on COUPON DEALS NEWSPAPER ADS This Week's Circulars Obituaries LOTTES, Barbara Sep 24, 2020 CAPEHART JR., Austin Jan 21, 1939 - Sep 23, 2020 STUFFLE, Herald May 11, 1935 - Sep 19, 2020 EMMONS, Shirley Jul 31, 1936 - Sep 21, 2020 BYLLESBY, Joyce Apr 3, 1933 - Sep 6, 2020 Most Popular Articles Images Videos Commented ArticlesOdon man arrested on 3 counts of child molestingWHS B-R volleyball game postponedOdon woman named a Golden HoosierElnora man caught in police stingRivalry games for ND, WHSLions take down Hatchets in 3Police ReportPolice ReportHatchets come back for PAC road winCommissioners put burn ban in place Images Videos CommentedSorry, there are no recent results for popular commented articles.