Looking Back: Washington's post office under construction

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