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Name:  Union Station Post Office Annex
Address:  329 South 18th Street
Year:  1904
Architectural Firm/Architect:  Eames and Young
Standard Architectural Styles:  Renaissance Revival
Property Type Codes:  Post office
Designation: National Register of Historic Places
"Eames and Young´s Post Office Annex is located at the junction of 18th and Clark Streets within the St. Louis Union Station rail yards. Completed in 1904, this structure measures 43´ by 228´ and features red, pressed-brick bearing walls rising three stories. Though constructed primarily from use as a service building, the three bay by twenty-one bay Second Renaissance Revival composition is well proportioned and is embellished with both stone and terra cotta detailing." [From the nomination to the National Register of Historic Places as prepared by Barbara Lang, researcher, and Mary M. Stiritz, Carolyn H. Toft, editor, Landmarks Association of St. Louis, Inc.]

Eames, William S.



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