Frank M. Scarlett Federal Building

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The Frank M. Scarlett Federal Building is a federal building of the United States located at 805 Gloucester Street in Brunswick, Georgia. Completed in 1959, it houses both a United States Post Office, and operations of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Georgia. In December 1973, Senator Herman Talmadge introduced a bill in the United States Congress to rename the facility for District Court judge Francis Muir Scarlett; this bill was passed into law on January 2, 1975.[1]

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