10. Flushing Post Office

The Flushing Post Office was completed in 1934 and was designed in the Neo-Georgian or Colonial Revival style. The Main Street building was designed by Dwight James Baum and William W. Knowles. The interior of the building is graced by a series of murals depicting the twelve communities served by the post office. The murals were painted by Vincent Aderente, whose work can also be seen at the Waldorf Astoria, Queens County Court House, Kings County Hospital, and the Long Island Savings Bank.

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