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"Arrival of the Rural Mail"

Post Office Mural – Breckenridge MN

Date added: August 10, 2013

A Section of Fine Arts mural entitled “Arrival of the Rural Mail” was painted by Robert Allaway and installed in the lobby of the Breckenridge, Minnesota post office in 1938.


Post Office Mural – North St. Paul MN

Date added: August 10, 2013

The oil-on-canvas mural entitled “Production” was commissioned by the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The work, created for the historic post office in North St. Paul, Minnesota, was completed in 1941.

Post Office – North St. Paul MN

Date added: August 10, 2013

This post office in North St. Paul was constructed circa 1938 with the help of New Deal funds. North St. Paul is a small municipality close to, but separate from, St. Paul, MN.

"Hog Raising"

Post Office Mural – Caledonia MN

Date added: July 22, 2013

The 5′ x 14′ tempera-on-canvas mural entitled “Hog Raising,” located in the historic Caledonia post office, was completed by Edmund Lewandowski (1914-1998) in 1942 for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. It depicts a farm scene of three men shoveling corn… read more

Post Office – Wayzata MN

Date added: July 17, 2013

The historic Wayzata post office was built in 1941 with Treasury Department funding. The building, which houses a mural by Ruth Grotenrath, is still in service.

Camp Savage – Savage MN

Date added: May 23, 2013

The CCC operated a camp in Savage in the 1930s. In the early 1940s it was used as a Military Intelligence Service Language School for training Japanese-American soldiers.

St. Croix State Park Improvements – Hinckley MN

Date added: July 28, 2012

Between 1936 and 1943, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and Works Progress Administration (WPA) undertook construction and landscaping projects in St. Croix State Park.   St. Croix State Park was developed through a National Parks Service program, the Recreational Demonstration… read more