1874 Boston Post Office. Demolished in 1929

The old post office at Post Office Square in Boston which was demolished in 1929. This post office was under construction during the Great Boston Fire of 1872. It allegedly opened its doors for business in 1874.

Below are a few demolition images followed by a link to where these, and quite a few more zoomable photographs could be examined. Yup, this is one of those "forever gone" buildings.

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The first link above is the one with multiple archived images. Posting this tiny article for those knowledgeable to see if there is anything out of the ordinary in this 1872-74 building.
 

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