New Chief Post Office for city

January 1941

Last updated 05:00 16/12/2012
1940: New post office for Invercargill

Construction of the new Post Office building begins.

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 The new Chief Post Office goes up in the square in front of the old post office building.

It was one of three new public buildings due to be opened up in Invercargill in the first half of 1941, The Southland Times noted in January.

The others were the Law Courts in Don St and the Southland County Council headquarters in Clyde St.

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- The Southland Times


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