An odd post, perhaps; here is an entry featuring three post offices I've visited in New Jersey with common female names:
Presenting: Elizabeth; Norma; and Dorothy, New Jersey:
Norma is a small town just west of the rather large town of Vineland. The postal architecture is standard, and can be found all around the country. It's near Bridgeton, two of whose offices were featured in this post. The town and post office of Rosenhayn (beautiful name) lie a couple of miles away.
Dorothy is one of a chain of post offices within a few-mile span along Route 40, east of Vineland. They're largely photogenic -- Dorothy's is in what I suspect was once a house -- and represent small communities. Others along that stretch of road include Estell Manor, Richland, and Mizpah.