Huntington Beach Then & Now: One Of Main Street's Last Historic Structures

Then // The Huntington Beach Post Office at 316 Olive Avenue was a Works Progress Administration (WPA) project that opened in 1935. In the "Then" photo, the building is seen several months before the big grand opening event and the many finishing touches not yet added. Today, the building retains all of its architectural integrity and is one of the last historic structures left on Main Street.

Now // Today, the building retains all of its architectural integrity and is one of the last historic structures left on Main Street.

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