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Inventory No: ARL.530  

Historic Name: U. S. Post Office - Arlington Main Branch
Common Name:
Address: 10-14 Court St
City/Town: Arlington
Village/Neighborhood: Arlington Center
Local No: 454
Year Constructed: 1935
Architect(s): Columbia Cornice Company; Crooch, William L.; Keys, Fenton G.; Lord & Den Hartog and Assoc.; Meade, Maurice P.; Palmer, W. C.; Ross & Reid Stone Setting Co.; Simon, Louis Adolf; Smalley Granite Company
Architectural Style(s): Colonial Revival
Use(s): Post Office
Significance: Architecture; Art; Politics Government
Area(s):    ARL.F: Arlington Center Historic District
   ARL.P: Arlington Multiple Resource Area
Designation(s): Nat'l Register District (9/27/1985); Nat'l Register Individual Property (6/18/1986); Nat'l Register MRA (9/27/1985)
Building Material(s): Roof: Slate
Wall: Brick; Stone, Cut; Wood; Copper; Granite; Limestone; Marble
Foundation: Granite; Stone, Cut; Coursed Ashlar


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