Historical Wheaton, Pt. 1: The Post Office

Over the next few months, I'd like to post a series of photos showcasing some of the Historic Buildings in Wheaton along with their intrinsic anamolies. To begin this series, I went out and took some 50mm shots of the Wheaton Central Post Office. Constructed in 1933, the Post Office features some stunning architectural shapes as well as intricately carved edges. But what first drew my eye to this sight was a small sign around the building's side that reads "Fallout Shelter". So here it is in all its glory...

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