In a recent post I referenced the disappearance of post offices on English high streets. Here in Locke Park there are four columns which come from the original post office in Barnsley. So the dismantling of post offices has been going on for a while.
(before and after)
And these four columns from the original University of Washington portico
Washington Territorial University, 1861 at what is now 4th and University Streets downtown Seattle. Hand-fluted cedar columns moved to the UW's current location, erected in 191l. Moved again when it was determined their design was not in keeping with the collegiate Gothic of the UW's quad buildings, so in 1920: