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1913 – Post Office, Lethbridge, Alberta

Architect: David Ewart

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The two principle facades of the original building, on 4th Avenue and 7th Street are joined by the imposing corner clock tower. The two facades though of different lengths are stylistically identical, with projecting pavilions flanking the pilastered central bays. Now known as the Federal Building.

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