When we first started the renovation of the store's new home, I learned that the original floor in the post office was terrazzo, but that it was so damaged by the multiple layering of floors over the years that it wasn't salvagable at a feasible price. Turns out, the only part of the store that was terrazzo was the first 10 feet of the front, and a few rooms in the warehouse/back. And after a long, hot weekend of work from a local concrete contractor, the first 10 feet have been restored! Not only were they restored beautifully, as you can see from the contractor's pictures below, but he worked over the weekend so that the floors could be covered with paper by Monday for the walls to be worked on.
I haven't been able to see these floors yet, and since they've been covered until the project is complete, I won't even be able to see them for weeks. But I'm really glad that the contractor took pictures so that I could show them off to you. Thanks, Nick!