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The Auburn City Hall is a historic public building in Auburn, Alabama. It was built in 1933 to serve as the city?s post office. It is best described to have a ?starved classical? design, just like the other buildings completed during the Great Depression.

The site of the Auburn City Hall was initially a part of the educational system. It was deeded in 1846 to Simeon Perry by Auburn founder John J. Harper, so there could be a male division of the Auburn Academy that could stand as a separate school. By 1856, the site was already the East Alabama Male College (precursor of the Auburn University), which continued to be an educational facility even after the school moved out of the premises.

The Auburn City Hall served as a post office until 1991 when a new building was completed for the agency. The city then relocated to the site in 1992.
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