The Greer Post Office is a building listed with the National Register of Historic Places located in Greer, South Carolina. The Colonial Revival style post office was constructed in 1935, produced under the supervision of the Public Works Administration in the New Deal era. It was designed by New York City-based architect Donald G. Anderson, with Louis A. Simon as the supervising architect. The building differed from most New Deal era federal buildings in its use of an outside architect. It is also significant due to a mural located inside, completed by the artist Winfield R. Walkley, titled "Cotton and Peach Growing". It is one of 13 mural that had been commissioned by the US Department of Treasury's Section of Fine Arts between 1938 and 1941 for South Carolina federal buildings and post offices. The building operated as a post office until 1964, when a new one was built. It was sold to the city of Greer, who renovated the building to serve as the Greer City Hall.
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