Claudia Taylor Johnson Hall

Claudia Taylor Johnson Hall (HMH9Q)

Location: Austin, TX 78701 Travis County
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Country: United States of America
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N 30° 16.119', W 97° 44.695'

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The University of Texas System

Constructed during the period 1912-1914. This building was the seventh United States post office location in Austin, Texas. The supervising architect for the Neoclassical revival style structure was James Knox Taylor of the U.S. Treasury Department. It was built by Dieter and Wenzel Construction Company of Wichita, Kansas, at a cost of $172,987. The land cost $40,000.

Following construction of a new post office and federal building in 1965, the building was given to the University of Texas system by the Federal Government; it was remodeled into administrative offices by the University in 1970. The building was named in honor of Claudia Taylor Johnson, wife of the 36th president of the Unites States of America.
HM NumberHMH9Q
Marker Number14916
Year Placed1974
Placed ByThe Texas Historical Commission
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Date Added Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014 at 4:03pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)14R E 620727 N 3349221
Decimal Degrees30.26865000, -97.74491667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 30° 16.119', W 97° 44.695'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds30° 16' 7.14" N, 97° 44' 41.70" W
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Area Code(s)512
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 210 W 6th St, Austin TX 78701, US
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