National Register of Historic Places in Yuba County

National Register #85000143: Main Post Office in Marysville 23 September 2013
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National Register #85000143
Marysville Main Post Office
407 C Street
Marysville
Built 1932-1934

Though the building has been the victim of recent additions and alterations, the structure retains significant integrity of location, design,, setting, association and feeling. It is an excellent example the early Starved Classical style and contains notable examples of craftsmanship, particularly in its brickwork. In addition, the building has considerable local importance as the first federal building in Marysville.

The decorative terra cotta panels appear to have been designed in the office of the Supervising Architect.

Adapted from the NRHP Nomination dated 27 November 1984.

The Office of the Supervising Architect was an agency of the United States Treasury Department that designed federal government buildings from 1852 until World War II.

1869: United States Mint, Carson City
1888: Federal Government Building, Carson City
1893: United States Post Office and Courthouse, San Francisco
1910: United States Post Office and Courthouse, Eureka
1910: United States Post Office and Federal Building, Santa Rosa

1912: United States Post Office, Chico
1915: United States Post Office, Berkeley
1915: United States Post Office and Courthouse, Medford
1932: United States Post Office, Marysville
1933: United States Post Office and Courthouse, Las Vegas

1933: United States Post Office and Federal Building, Modesto
1933: United States Post Office, Petaluma
1941: United States Post Office, Tonopah

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