This stop on the Discover Kingman walking tour is sponsored by The Nieman Family, Frank, Valerie & Mason.
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by Jim Hinckley
About the Post Office
A site survey was completed in March 1934. An article published in the Mohave Miner on August 2, 1935, noted that a power shovel had commenced work on the digging of a cellar and footings for the foundation. The article also noted that $41,700 had been allocated for the project.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places this post-office building was the first major federal construction project in Kingman. Built of brick, steel, and reinforced concrete in an Italian Revival style it was a showpiece in the city when it opened for business on February 1, 1936.