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American Architect & Building News-Nov. 10, 1900-U.S. Post Office, KCK
This print of an architectural drawing depicts the U.S. Post Office in Kansas City, Kansas designed by architects James, Knox, and Taylor. The building type is monumental with massive arched windows and a slight protrusion from the base of the building. The roof is minimized and replaced by a rectangularity uniform to the rest of the building which emphasizes the massive quality. The scene is set before the issue's date, indicated by the dress of the figures and the date on the building, MDCCCI, 1801.
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This is a poster print of an architectural drawing of the U.S. Post Office in Kansas City, Missouri featured on the cover of the November 1900 issue of the American Architect and Building News periodical.
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