Color postcard of the new Post Office building, now home of the National Postal Museum. An American flag is flying from the top of the building, and several people are walking in the street in front of the building. A red car and a blue car are also in the street. The front of the postcard has a white border. Remnants of a mark from postage, wavy black lines, are visible above the building. The message side has a printed note about the post office: "The New Post Office, adjoining the Union Station on the West, cost $3,000,000." The postcard is addressed to Mrs. Henry Myers, with the following message for her: "Dear Mrs Myers, I am in the City but Can’t Say I like it So very much. Mama Says You help her. I am SO glad You do. Take good Care of her untill [sic] I get home, Bert" August 23, 1918, The Washington News Co., Courtesy of a private collector, No copy available at the Smithsonian Institution Archives.