|Location Lynn, Massachusetts|
NRHP Reference # 81000118
Architectural style Renaissance architecture
Added to NRHP 14 September 1981
|Similar Old Athens - Alabama Main Post, Old Post Office, Sitka US Post Office and Court, Old Post Office Building, Old Middletown Post Office|
The Old Post Office Building is an historic building at 360 Washington Street in Lynn, Massachusetts. The two story Colonial Revival building was built in 1897 to serve as the growing city's new post office. It is one of the city's best examples of Colonial Revival styling, and features distinctive copper sheathed domes. The building was expanded c. 1912 with a wing in the back, and replaced by the present post office in 1933. It has since been used principally as an office building.
The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1981.