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"Rural New Hampshire"

Post Office Mural – Lebanon NH

Date added: July 19, 2013

Charles Kaeselau’s oil-on-canvas mural “Rural New Hampshire” at the Lebanon, New Hampshire post office was painted with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds and completed in 1939.  According to the contract for the project dated Jul. 1, 1938, the mural… read more

Post Office Mural – Wolfeboro NH

Date added: August 14, 2012

Andrew Winter painted this oil-on-canvas mural, entitled “New Hampshire Sugar Camp,” in 1938 with funds provided by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. It is viewable in the lobby of the Wolfeboro post office.

Milford New Hampshire Post Office

Post Office – Milford NH

Date added: August 12, 2012

The historic post office in Milford, New Hampshire was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds in 1939. The building, which houses an example of New Deal art, is still in use today.

Forestry Building Murals – Laconia NH

Date added: August 12, 2012

The Treasury Section of Fine Arts funded two oil-on-canvas murals for this building: “Pulpwood Logging,” painted by Philip Guston in 1941; and “Wildlife in White Mountains,” painted by Musa McKim in 1941.

Forestry Building – Laconia NH

Date added: August 12, 2012

“The Federal Office Building in Laconia, New Hampshire, was designed by Louis A. Simon, Supervising Architect for the Public Works Branch of the Treasury Department’s Procurement Division. Conceived and built during the Depression era as the United States Forestry Building,… read more

"Town of Derry"

Post Office (former) Relief – Derry NH

Date added: August 12, 2012

“New deal relief entitled “Town of Derry” created and installed by Vladimir Yoffe in 1938. It remained in the old post office until 2002 when the building was demolished. It has since been restored and since 2004 has hung in… read more