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The downtown Reno post office was designed by Frederick DeLongchamps in 1932 and opened in 1934. The aluminum panels over the entrances salute transportation and are similar in style to the patriotic and American Indian motifs in the interior. The first-floor lobby contains ornamented, dark marble walls accented with cast aluminum. The City of Reno has purchased the building, and plans to restore the open atrium of the original design.
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