Frankfort, MI 49635
Title of the artwork: “On Board the Carferry (Ann Arbor #4 February 14, 1923)
Artists: Henry Bernstein
I get really excited when I see a building that has been well maintained. I get even more excited when I find additional artifacts in the lobby like old pictures.
And that is exactly what I found when I visited the Frankfort, Michigan post office in the summer of 2015 while on vacation.
In addition to the great looking mural their are some great historic photos in the bulletin boards from when the building was constructed. It’s really a treat to see these as most buildings do not have them.
What makes these so special is you can see how building has remained the same but the landscaping and ramp addition have changed since it was built.
Since my wife and son were enjoying the park across the street I took my time and waited to get those great exterior photos. Frankfort is a busy post office so you can imagine me standing out in front waiting for the perfect moment. That perfect photo.
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Thanks for visiting,
“Used with the permission of the United States Postal Service®. All rights reserved.”
- Personal visit on 8/05/2015 by David, Post Office Freak
- (affiliate link) Democratic Vistas: Post Offices and Public Art in the New Deal: [Hardcover] Marlene Park, Gerald E. Markowitz
- Living New Deal at (http://www.livingnewdeal.org)