Our soulful office building, another reason to marvel and be happy.
A verse written by Eliot called “The Letter” appears on the outside of the Old City Post Office in Washington, D.C., home to the National Postal Museum. The text was altered slightly by then U.S. President Woodrow Wilson before it was added to the building.
This is the text as it appears on our building:
Messenger of Sympathy and Love
Servant of Parted Friends
Consoler of the Lonely
Bond of the Scattered Family
Enlarger of the Common Life
Carrier of News and Knowledge
Instrument of Trade and Industry
Promoter of Mutual Acquaintance
Of Peace and of Goodwill Among Men and Nations