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U.S. Post Office and Courthouse
U.S. National Register of Historic Places
U.S. National Historic Landmark

U.S. Post Office & Courthouse (San Francisco).jpg
James R. Browning U.S. Court of Appeals Building, May 2008
James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building is located in San Francisco County

James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building
James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building is located in California

James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building
James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building is located in the US

James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building
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Location
NE corner of 7th and Mission Sts., San Francisco, California, US

Coordinates
37°46′48″N 122°24′35″W / 37.78000°N 122.40972°W / 37.78000; -122.40972Coordinates: 37°46′48″N 122°24′35″W / 37.78000°N 122.40972°W / 37.78000; -122.40972

Area
2.6 acres (1.1 ha)

Built
1905

Architect
Taylor, James Knox

Architectural style
Neoclassical, Late 19th And 20th Century Revivals, Italian Renaissance Palazzo

NRHP Reference #
71000188[1]

Added to NRHP
October 14, 1971

The James R. Browning U.S. Court of Appeals Building is a historic post office and courthouse building located at San Francisco in San Francisco County, California. It is a courthouse for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Completed in 1905 as the U.S. Courthouse and Post Office, it was intended to represent the affluence and increasing importance of the United States as it became a world power. The building survived both the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, and the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.

Contents
[hide] •1 History
•2 Architecture
•3 Significant events
•4 Building facts
•5 References◦5.1 Attribution

•6 Further reading

History[edit]

By the 1870s it became apparent that San Francisco was in dire need of a federal building to house the federal courts and the post office that were located in various downtown buildings. In 1887 a commission delegated to select a site reported that the $350,000 allocated by the U.S. Congress was insufficient and the sum was raised to $1,250,000. The property chosen at Seventh and Mission Streets was more than a mile from the central business district and surrounded by a working-class neighborhood of Irish and German immigrants. Although many disapproved, the lot was purchased in 1891. In 1893 $2,500,000 was appropriated for construction.[2]

U.S. Treasury architects worked on designs for the building, with Supervising Architect James Knox Taylor (1857-1929) playing a lead role. Taylor selected a design influenced by Italian Renaissance architecture with magnificent Beaux Arts grandeur. To achieve the high level of craftsmanship specified for the interior, skilled artisans were brought from Italy. Groundbreaking took place in 1897 and the building opened in 1905 to acclaim as “a post office that’s a palace.”[2]

On April 18, 1906, an earthquake devastated San Francisco. The U.S. Courthouse and Post Office and the 1874 U.S. Mint designed by Alfred B. Mullett were the only buildings south of Market Street to survive the earthquake and resulting fires. While repairs were made, the Post Office set up collection points around the city with the U.S. Courthouse and Post Office serving as a symbol of hope in the weeks following the earthquake. Restoration was completed in 1910.[2]

The building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.[1] In 1989 the Loma Prieta Earth-quake severely damaged the U.S. Courthouse and Post Office. Engineering evaluation started immediately and in 1993 restoration work began, including seismic retrofitting to protect against future earthquakes. The building reopened in 1996 as the U.S. Court of Appeals.[2] In 2005, the building was renamed in honor of Judge James R. Browning.[3] It was declared a National Historic Landmark on October 17, 2012.[4]

Architecture[edit]

The building as it appeared in 1905.
The building reflects the Beaux Arts classicism adopted by the U.S. Treasury Department for early twentieth-century federal buildings. The stylized building is a steel-framed structure clad in white Sierra granite. The magnificent building, with its opulent ornamentation and surface treatments, was exceptionally lavish even at the time of its construction.[2]

The imposing building, echoing the Italian palazzos designed by Bramante and Raphael during the Renaissance, is ornamented with enclosed pediments, balustrades, and rows of arched windows. The beautiful bronze entry lanterns are replicas of the torch-holders designed in 1489 by Niccolo Grosso for the home of Filippo Strozzi, the richest banker in Florence.[2]
A long hallway with marble walls and columns, vaulted ceilings, and a person walking near the far end.
The Great Hall on the third floor of the courthouse.
Originally, the building was a three-story structure with a fourth story, or attic level, set back from the facade and partially hidden behind the cornice and balustrade. This main block of the building was U-shaped with an interior courtyard. The courtyard was ornamented with geometric patterns of red, white, and blue glazed brick walls and one hundred pink-tongued lion heads along the cornice. In order to provide desperately needed office space to meet the needs of the expanding federal bureaucracy, noted San Francisco architect George Kelham (1871-1936) was commissioned in 1933 to design a four-story addition for the east side of the building, enclosing the interior courtyard. The addition repeats the design of the original facades, although the third and fourth stories are veneered in terra cotta.[2]

Although the building’s exterior is impressive in the quality of detail, ornamentation, and material, the elegant interiors are even more exquisite. The post office originally occupied the ground floor with a lobby running the width of the Seventh Street (main) facade. The second floor had offices for court staff and federal agencies, while the third floor contained the ornate courtrooms, judicial chambers, and conference rooms.[2]

Rare and exquisite materials on each of the floors of the building include a range of imported marble, such as Carrara and Yellow Siena from Italy, Pacific Coast Salmon Pink, and Red Numidian from North Africa. The grand first-floor hall, accessible through massive bronze doors, is paneled in black-veined white Italian marble trimmed in green marble from Maryland and Vermont. Marble mosaics adorn the groin-vaulted ceiling. The floor is composed of ceramic-tile mosaic. Stained-glass domes ringed with marble-mosaic tile eagles enhance the rotundas at each end of the hall.[2]
An ornate courtroom with marble columns, eleven chairs in two rows for judges, and an old fashioned wooden lectern.
Courtroom One
The Great Hall, located on the third floor, is adorned with white marble walls, Doric order columns, and a vaulted ceiling beautifully ribbed with gold trimmed plaster ornamentation. This hall leads to Courtroom One, the most elaborate interior space in the building. Originally designed for the U.S. District Court, Courtroom One features Marble mosaics, columns with carved Corinthian capitals, carved fruit motifs, cast-plaster cupids and flowers, and stained-glass windows. In contrast to the opulence of the Beaux Arts designed spaces, the two courtrooms on the second floor of the 1933-1934 addition are designed in the sleek Art Modern style. Detailing in these spaces include the labyrinth-patterned ceiling, cork walls, and gilded plaster eagles.[2]

Additions and renovations took place throughout its history, including an extensive restoration project overseen by Judge Richard H. Chambers during the 1960s. The Loma Prieta Earthquake of 1989 caused major damage, initiating a $91,000,000 seismic retrofitting and restoration effort. Led by the architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the project included the repair, modernization, and restoration of the existing building and the addition of 45,000 square feet (4,200 m2) of space for a law library and offices in the former Post Office area. The building formally reopened as the U.S. Court of Appeals Building for the Ninth Circuit on October 17, 1996, the seventh anniversary of the Loma Prieta Earthquake.[2]

Significant events[edit]
•1887: U.S. Congress authorizes the construction of a courthouse and post office in San Francisco
•1897–1905: The U.S. Courthouse and Post Office is constructed under direction of Supervising Architect of the Treasury James Knox Taylor
•1906: Despite the devastating destruction of San Francisco by an earthquake on April 18, the U.S. Courthouse and Post Office survives
•1910: Repairs of earthquake damage to the U.S. Courthouse and Post Office are completed
•1933–1934: A four-story wing, designed by San Francisco architect George Kelham, is constructed on the east side of building
•1959: Judge Richard H. Chambers is appointed court custodian and oversees the restoration of the building
•1964: The building is renamed the U.S. Court of Appeals and Post Office
•1971: The building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places
•1989–1996: Extensive restoration, renovation, and seismic retrofitting of the building are undertaken as a result of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake
•1996: Building reopens as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
•2005: Building renamed during centennial celebrations in honor of Judge James R. Browning, circuit judge since 1961
•2012: Building is declared a National Historic Landmark

Building facts[edit]
•Architects: James Knox Taylor, Supervising Architect of the Treasury
•East addition: George Kelham
•Courtyard addition: Skidmore, Owings, & Merrill
•Construction dates: 1897-1905; 1933-1934; 1993–96
•Landmark status: Listed in the National Register of Historic Places
•Location: 95 Seventh Street
•Architectural style: Beaux Arts
•Primary materials: White Sierra granite courtyards and addition clad in white ceramic-faced brick
•Prominent features: Great hall; Courtrooms with marble and mosaic ornamentation

References[edit]

1.^ Jump up to: a b National Park Service (2009-03-13). “National Register Information System”. National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
2.^ Jump up to: a b c d e f g h i j k “GSA – Find a Building”. James R. Browning U.S. Court of Appeals Building, San Francisco, CA : Building Overview. U.S. General Services Administration. 2009-08-24.
3.Jump up ^ http://pelosi.house.gov/pressarchives/releases/Nov04/BrowningAppointment112004.html
4.Jump up ^ [1]

Attribution[edit]
• This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the General Services Administration.

Further reading[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to U.S. Post Office & Courthouse (San Francisco).
•McDevitt, Ray; Ronald M. George, Chief Justice of California (Forward) (2001). Courthouses of California: an Illustrated History. Berkeley, CA: California Historical Society. p. 365. ISBN 1-890771-49-X.

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A

•Alabama
•United States Post Office (Albertville, Alabama)
•United States Post Office (Anniston, Alabama)
•Old Athens, Alabama Main Post Office
•United States Post Office (Attalla, Alabama)
•Auburn City Hall
•Robert S. Vance Federal Building and United States Courthouse
•United States Post Office (Demopolis, Alabama)
•Federal Building and United States Courthouse (Dothan, Alabama)
•United States Post Office (Fairhope, Alabama)
•United States Post Office (Gadsden, Alabama)
•Post Office Historic District
•United States Courthouse and Post Office (Huntsville, Alabama)
•Frank M. Johnson Jr. Federal Building and United States Courthouse
•United States Post Office (Opelika, Alabama)
•United States Post Office Building (Selma, Alabama)
•Alaska
•Cordova Post Office and Courthouse
•Cooper Landing Post Office
•Sitka U.S. Post Office and Court House
•Arizona
•United States Post Office and Customs House–Douglas Main
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Globe Main
•U.S. Post Office (Kingman, Arizona)
•U.S. Post Office and Immigration Station–Nogales Main
•American Flag, Arizona
•United States Post Office (Phoenix, Arizona)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Prescott Main
•James A. Walsh United States Courthouse
•Old Brick Post Office
•United States Post Office–Yuma Main
•Arkansas
•Berryville Post Office
•Old Camden Post Office
•Crossett Post Office
•Dardanelle Agriculture and Post Office
•Old Post Office (Fayetteville, Arkansas)
•Doe Branch Post Office
•Judge Isaac C. Parker Federal Building
•Old Post Office (Hot Springs, Arkansas)
•Lake Village Post Office
•Richard Sheppard Arnold United States Post Office and Courthouse
•Old Post Office Building and Customhouse (Little Rock, Arkansas)
•Mena City Hall
•Monticello Post Office
•Morrilton Post Office
•Nashville Post Office
•Campbell Post Office-Kuykendall General Store
•Piggott Post Office
•Pocahontas Post Office
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Texarkana)
•Van Buren Post Office
•Old Walnut Ridge Post Office
•Warren Post Office
•Wynne Post Office

C

•California
•United States Post Office (Berkeley, California)
•Beverly Hills Main Post Office
•James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building
•Chico Midtown Station
•El Viejo Post Office
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Eureka, California)
•Federal Building (Sacramento)
•Long Beach Main Post Office
•Terminal Annex
•United States Post Office (Hollywood, California)
•United States Post Office (Merced, California)
•United States Post Office (Napa, California)
•Old Post Office (Santa Rosa, California)
•United States Post Office (Palo Alto, California)
•United States Post Office (Petaluma, California)
•United States Post Office (Porterville, California)
•United States Post Office (Redlands, California)
•United States Post Office (San Pedro, California)
•Rincon Center
•San Bernardino Downtown Station
•United States Post Office-Santa Barbara Main
•United States Post Office (Stockton, California)
•United States Post Office-Visalia Town Center Station
•United States Post Office (Willows, California)
•Colorado
•United States Post Office and Federal Courthouse-Colorado Springs Main
•Byron White United States Courthouse
•Las Animas Post Office
•United States Post Office-Manitou Springs Main
•Connecticut
•United States Post Office–Ansonia Main
•United States Post Office–Bridgeport Main
•United States Post Office (Greenwich, Connecticut)
•William R. Cotter Federal Building
•United States Post Office–Norwich Main
•Manchester Main Post Office
•United States Post Office–Meriden Main
•Old Middletown Post Office
•United States Post Office–Milford Main
•United States Post Office–Naugatuck Main
•United States Post Office–New London Main
•United States Post Office–South Norwalk Main
•United States Post Office–Stamford Main

D

•Delaware
•Kenton Post Office
•United States Post Office, Courthouse, and Customhouse (Wilmington, Delaware)
•District of Columbia
•Postal Square Building
•General Post Office, Washington, D.C.
•Customhouse and Post Office (Washington, D.C.)
•Old Post Office Pavilion

F

•Florida
•Cleveland Street United States Post Office
•United States Post Office (Daytona Beach, Florida)
•El Jobean Post Office and General Store
•Evinston Community Store and Post Office
•Old Fort Pierce Post Office
•Mandarin Store and Post Office
•Old Post Office and Customshouse (Key West, Florida)
•Old Eau Gallie Post Office
•David W. Dyer Federal Building and United States Courthouse
•Old United States Post Office and Courthouse (Miami, Florida)
•Ochopee Post Office
•United States Post Office (Palm Beach, Florida)
•United States Customs House and Post Office (Pensacola, Florida)
•Old Perry Post Office
•United States Post Office (St. Petersburg, Florida)
•United States Post Office–Federal Building (Sarasota, Florida)
•United States Courthouse Building and Downtown Postal Station (Tampa, Florida)

G

•Georgia
•United States Post Office and Customs House (Atlanta)
•Floyd County Administration Building
•Elbert P. Tuttle United States Court of Appeals Building
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Albany, Georgia)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Augusta, Georgia)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Columbus, Georgia)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Waycross, Georgia)
•United States Post Office–Adel, Georgia
•William Augustus Bootle Federal Building and United States Courthouse

H

•Hawaii
•Federal Building, United States Post Office and Courthouse (Hilo, Hawaii)
•Kamehameha V Post Office
•King David Kalakaua Building
•United States Post Office–Lihue

I

•Idaho
•Moscow City Hall
•United States Post Office–Blackfoot Main
•Wickahoney Post Office and Stage Station
•Illinois
•United States Post Office (Belvidere, Illinois)
•United States Post Office (Champaign, Illinois)
•Old Chicago Main Post Office
•United States Post Office (Joliet, Illinois)
•United States Post Office (Mattoon, Illinois)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Quincy, Illinois)
•United States Post Office (Sycamore, Illinois)
•Indiana
•United States Post Office (Brazil, Indiana)
•Evansville Post Office
•E. Ross Adair Federal Building and United States Courthouse
•Birch Bayh Federal Building and United States Courthouse
•Michigan City Post Office
•Rickenbaugh House
•Terre Haute Post Office and Federal Building
•Iowa
•Cedar Rapids Post Office and Public Building
•United States Post Office (Centerville, Iowa)
•United States Post Office (Creston, Iowa)
•United States Courthouse (Davenport)
•United States Post Office (Des Moines, Iowa)
•Former United States Post Office Building (Fairfield, Iowa)
•Old Post Office (Iowa City, Iowa)
•United States Post Office (Iowa Falls, Iowa)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Keokuk, Iowa)
•Ottumwa City Hall
•Kegler Gonner Store and Post Office
•Webster City Post Office

K

•Kansas
•United States Post Office–Lindsborg
•United States Post Office and Federal Building (Wichita, Kansas)
•Kentucky
•Dabney Post Office
•Gene Snyder United States Courthouse
•Old United States Customshouse and Post Office and Fireproof Storage Company Warehouse
•Old United States Courthouse and Post Office (Frankfort, Kentucky)
•United States Post Office and Court House (Lexington, Kentucky)

L

•Louisiana
•United States Custom House (New Orleans)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Shreveport, Louisiana)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Alexandria
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Baton Rouge

M

•Maine
•US Post Office-Bar Harbor Main
•East Blue Hill Post Office
•Machias Post Office and Customhouse
•Old Post Office (Biddeford, Maine)
•Old Post Office (Liberty, Maine)
•Old Town Main Post Office
•Old Waterville Post Office
•Orono Post Office
•US Post Office-Presque Isle Main
•U.S. Customhouse and Post Office (Waldoboro, Maine)
•United States Customhouse and Post Office (Bath, Maine)
•United States Customhouse and Post Office (Wiscasset, Maine)
•United States Post Office–Lewiston Main
•US Post Office-Camden Main
•US Post Office-Portland Main
•US Post Office-Sanford Maine
•Massachusetts
•United States Post Office (Arlington, Massachusetts)
•Old Attleboro Post Office
•Santuit Post Office
•United States Post Office (Beverly, Massachusetts)
•John W. McCormack Post Office and Courthouse
•Old Post Office Building (Brockton, Massachusetts)
•Clifton Merriman Post Office Building
•United States Post Office–Easthampton Main
•United States Post Office–Great Barrington Main
•United States Post Office–Greenfield Main
•United States Post Office–Holyoke Main
•United States Post Office–Lexington Main
•Lowell Post Office
•United States Post Office–Lynn Main
•Old Post Office Building (Lynn, Massachusetts)
•United States Post Office–Medford Main
•United States Post Office–Middleborough Main
•United States Post Office–Millbury Main
•United States Post Office–Milton Main
•United States Post Office–Newburyport Main
•United States Post Office–Whitinsville Main
•United States Post Office–Palmer Main
•Plymouth Post Office Building
•United States Post Office (Provincetown, Massachusetts)
•United States Post Office–Quincy Main
•United States Post Office–Salem Main
•United States Post Office–Somerville Main
•United States Post Office Garage
•United States Post Office–South Hadley Main
•United States Post Office–Taunton Main
•United States Post Office–Wakefield Main
•United States Post Office–Waltham Main
•United States Post Office–Weymouth Landing
•United States Post Office–Williamstown Main
•United States Post Office–Winchester Main
•United States Post Office–Woburn Center Station
•United States Post Office (Worcester, Massachusetts)
•Michigan
•Climax Post Office Building
•Davenport House (Franklin Township, Michigan)
•Lincoln Park Post Office
•Old U.S. Post Office (Niles, Michigan)
•Castle Museum (Saginaw, Michigan)
•Minnesota
•Anoka Post Office
•Federal Courthouse and Post Office (Mankato, Minnesota)
•United States Post Office (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
•Federal Courthouse and Post Office (Moorhead, Minnesota)
•Landmark Center (St. Paul)
•Mississippi
•Old United States Post Office (Philadelphia, Mississippi)
•United States Post Office (Leland, Mississippi)
•United States Courthouse and Post Office (Aberdeen, Mississippi)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Meridian, Mississippi)
•United States Post Office and Customhouse (Gulfport, Mississippi)
•United States Post Office, Courthouse, and Customhouse (Biloxi, Mississippi)
•Missouri
•United States Courthouse and Post Office (Kansas City, Missouri)
•United States Customhouse and Post Office (St. Louis, Missouri)
•United States Post Office (Hannibal, Missouri)
•Montana
•Miles City Main Post Office
•United States Post Office (Butte, Montana)
•United States Post Office (Missoula, Montana)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Billings
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Glasgow Main
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Great Falls
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Havre Main

N

•Nebraska
•Grand Island United States Post Office and Courthouse
•Museum of Nebraska Art
•Old Post Office (Omaha, Nebraska)
•United States Post Office (Crawford, Nebraska)
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Norfolk, Nebraska)
•United States Post Office-Valentine
•Nevada
•Carson City Post Office
•Elko Main Post Office
•U.S. Post Office (Ely, Nevada)
•Federal Building and Post Office (Fallon, Nevada)
•Las Vegas Post Office and Courthouse
•U.S. Post Office-Lovelock Main
•Reno Main Post Office
•Tonopah Main Post Office
•Winnemucca Main Post Office
•U.S. Post Office (Yerington, Nevada)
•New Hampshire
•Old Post Office (Concord, New Hampshire)
•United States Post Office–Lancaster Main
•United States Post Office and Courthouse–Littleton Main
•Old Post Office Block,
•New Jersey
•Belcoville Post Office
•United States Post Office and Courthouse (Camden, New Jersey)
•Main Post Office
•Post Office Building, Upper Montclair
•New Mexico
•Old Post Office (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
•New York
•United States Post Office (Akron, New York)
•Old Post Office (Albany, New York)
•United States Post Office (Albion, New York)
•United States Post Office (Amsterdam, New York)
•United States Post Office (Angola, New York)
•United States Post Office (Attica, New York)
•Old Post Office and Courthouse (Auburn, New York)
•United States Post Office (Ballston Spa, New York)
•Bangall Post Office
•United States Post Office (Bath, New York)
•United States Post Office (Bay Shore, New York)
•United States Post Office (Beacon, New York)
•United States Post Office (Boonville, New York)
•United States Post Office (Bronxville, New York)
•Old Post Office (Buffalo, New York)
•United States Post Office (Canajoharie, New York)
•United States Post Office (Canandaigua, New York)
•United States Post Office (Canastota, New York)
•United States Post Office (Canton, New York)
•United States Post Office (Carthage, New York)
•United States Post Office (Catskill, New York)
•Chelsea Grammar School
•United States Post Office (Clyde, New York)
•United States Post Office (Cooperstown, New York)
•United States Post Office (Corning, New York)
•United States Post Office (Cortland, New York)
•United States Post Office (Dansville, New York)
•United States Post Office (Delhi, New York)
•United States Post Office (Delmar, New York)
•United States Post Office (Depew, New York)
•United States Post Office (Dobbs Ferry, New York)
•United States Post Office (Dolgeville, New York)
•United States Post Office (Dunkirk, New York)
•United States Post Office (East Rochester, New York)
•United States Post Office (Ellenville, New York)
•United States Post Office (Endicott, New York)
•United States Post Office (Fort Plain, New York)
•United States Post Office (Frankfort, New York)
•United States Post Office (Fredonia, New York)
•United States Post Office (Freeport, New York)
•United States Post Office (Fulton, New York)
•United States Post Office (Garden City, New York)
•United States Post Office (Geneva, New York)
•United States Post Office (Glen Cove, New York)
•United States Post Office (Goshen, New York)
•United States Post Office (Gouverneur, New York)
•United States Post Office (Granville, New York)
•United States Post Office (Great Neck, New York)
•United States Post Office (Hamilton, New York)
•United States Post Office (Harrison, New York)
•United States Post Office (Haverstraw, New York)
•United States Post Office (Hempstead, New York)
•United States Post Office (Herkimer, New York)
•United States Post Office (Homer, New York)
•United States Post Office (Honeoye Falls, New York)
•United States Post Office (Hoosick Falls, New York)
•United States Post Office (Hornell, New York)
•United States Post Office (Hudson Falls, New York)
•United States Post Office (Hudson, New York)
•United States Post Office (Hyde Park, New York)
•United States Post Office (Ilion, New York)
•United States Post Office (Ithaca, New York)
•United States Post Office (Johnson City, New York)
•United States Post Office (Johnstown, New York)
•United States Post Office (Lake George, New York)
•United States Post Office (Lake Placid, New York)
•United States Post Office (Lancaster, New York)
•United States Post Office (Larchmont, New York)
•United States Post Office (Le Roy, New York)
•United States Post Office (Little Falls, New York)
•United States Post Office (Little Valley, New York)
•United States Post Office (Lockport, New York)
•United States Post Office (Long Beach, New York)
•United States Post Office (Lyons, New York)
•United States Post Office (Malone, New York)
•United States Post Office (Medina, New York)
•United States Post Office (Middleburgh, New York)
•United States Post Office (Middleport, New York)
•United States Post Office (Mineola, New York)
•United States Post Office (Mount Vernon, New York)
•United States Post Office (New Rochelle, New York)
•United States Post Office (Newark, New York)
•United States Post Office (Newburgh, New York)
•United States Post Office (Newtonville, New York)
•United States Post Office (Niagara Falls, New York)
•United States Post Office (North Tonawanda, New York)
•United States Post Office (Northport, New York)
•United States Post Office (Norwich, New York)
•United States Post Office (Nyack, New York)
•United States Post Office (Ogdensburg, New York)
•Old Glen Cove Post Office
•Old Platte Clove Post Office
•Old Wappingers Falls Village Hall
•United States Post Office (Olean, New York)
•United States Post Office (Oneida, New York)
•Old Post Office (Oneonta, New York)
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Agent Kale, Douglas Lee Thompson 12/27/1969 D3028090 California
http://www.cia.gov
cia-director-douglas-lee-thompson I am the God of Hearts, ArcAngeljojo Seven, Archon

Satan the Prosecutor, King Douglas Lee Thompson, Street: 95 7th St. ZIP: 94103

New Jerusalem
I am Non-Fictional 69
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http://www.biblewheel.com/GR/GR_71.php

 

oo7 British Intelligence, King Thompson, Douglas Lee Thompson, Archon, ArcAngeljojo Seven, JoJo from Dexter, Maine, http://www.sis.gov.uk

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James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building: I am Archon King Douglas Lee Thompson,D3028090 12/27/1969 CA. I am Satan the Prosecutor. James R. Browning United States Court of Appeals Building 95 7th Street, San Francisco, CA. is my Domain & Intellectual Property Hard & Soft Options: ArcAngeljojo Seven, Address me as your Majesty: Private Domain Notice, Private Property, No Trespassing, Private: doh-mayn-domain, King Thompson Property:  Street: 95 7th St. ZIP: 94103
Archon King Douglas Lee Thompson
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