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    Post Office – Roseville CA

    Date added: January 29, 2015; Modified: April 11, 2017

    The historic post office in Roseville, California was constructed in 1935 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which houses an example of New Deal artwork inside, is still in use today.

    Roseville Post Office "The Letter"

    Post Office Relief – Roseville CA

    Date added: February 20, 2010; Modified: January 29, 2015

    The Roseville, California post office’s New Deal-sponsored 12′ by 3′ wood relief, entitled “The Letter,” depicting the reception of a letter is divided into three panels.

    Roseville City Hall

    Roseville City Hall Annex – Roseville CA

    Date added: June 11, 2010; Modified: January 29, 2015

    In 1936, the WPA completed the addition of this two-story annex next to the old city hall. At the time it housed a new jail, but no longer does so. An excerpt from the archive photo below reads: "This project… read more

    Infrastructure Improvements – Roseville CA

    Date added: July 11, 2010; Modified: January 6, 2015

    "Federal Employment Office was established in Roseville in October 1934, and between May 1935-May 1936, some 2,036 people were put to work.Unskilled laborers were paid an hourly rate of 45 cents while skilled workers earned 60 cents an hour and… read more

    WPA Sidewalks – Roseville CA

    Date added: September 4, 2010; Modified: January 6, 2015

    "Other notable WPA projects in Placer County include a sewage treatment plant in Auburn and sidewalks in Roseville. In fact, the WPA stamp still graces some sidewalks in Roseville. The WPA always left a marker or a stamp in fresh… read more