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    Federal Building – Clarksville TN

    Date added: June 17, 2019; Modified: August 8, 2023

    The Federal Building in Clarksville, Tennessee—originally constructed as a post office, was constructed during the Great Depression with Treasury Department funds. The design of the United States Post Office for Clarksville was released April 19, 1935, to be located on… read more

    Post Office Murals (destroyed) – Clarksville TN

    Date added: June 17, 2019; Modified: August 8, 2023

    Artist F. Luis Mora painted “Arrival of the Renfro Family” and “Abundance of Today” in 1938 for what was then the Clarksville post office (now Federal Building). The two murals were placed in the lobby January 20, 1938 by the… read more

    High School (former) – Clarksville TN

    Date added: June 16, 2019; Modified: May 14, 2022

    The Clarksville High School received a 1935 addition to the building, funded by PWA, city, and Board of Education. PWA funded $14,000 of the total cost of $50,525. State PWA engineer was Thomas H. Allen, and Katterjohn was the low-bid… read more

    Armory (former) – Clarksville TN

    Date added: June 16, 2019; Modified: June 17, 2019

    The National Guard Armory in Clarksville was one of several Art Deco-styled armories in the state. The site was surveyed January 1940, located north of the Austin Peay Normal School on Drane and Marion Street. Excavation and pouring of the… read more