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Maxwell Air Force Base, Post Office, 61 West Maxwell Boulevard, Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL

Maxwell Air Force Base, Post Office, 61 West Maxwell Boulevard, Montgomery, Montgomery County, AL

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Significance: Maxwell Air Force Base, Post Office (Building 807), which was built in 1941, represents the first WWII expansion program to take place at Maxwell Air Force Base. Building 807 is one of the few buildings from this era of construction to maintain much of its original architectural integrity.
Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N708
Survey number: HABS AL-957-A
Building/structure dates: 1941 Initial Construction



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Calloway, Deborah, transmitter


Montgomery (Ala.)32.38014, -86.34672
Google Map of 32.3801413, -86.34671879999999


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