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Post Office – Russell KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

Constructed by the Treasury Department in 1939, the Russell post office is also the site of Martyl Schweig’s 1940 mural, “Wheat Workers,” painted for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.

Post Office Mural – Oswego KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

The post office contains a Section of Fine Arts mural “Farm Life” painted by Robert E. Larter in 1940. This depicts 2 seasons of farm work with the man on the left chopping wood with a hat and coat, the… read more

Post Office – Oswego KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

The historic post office in Oswego, Kansas was constructed with Treasury Department funds. The building, built in 1939, houses New Deal artwork inside and is still in use today.

Library Mural – Olathe KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

“This library is located in downtown Olathe next to the post office. It houses the old 1940 mural entitled “The Mail Must Go Through” by Albert T. Reid that was commissioned for the old 1938 Olathe post office.” (flickr) The… read more

Post Office – Neodesha KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

Built in 1935, it is also home to the 1938 mural, “Neodesha’s First Inhabitants,” painted by Bernard J. Steffen for the Treasury Section of Fine Arts.

Post Office Mural – Lindsborg KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

The post office contains a Section of Fine Arts mural entitled “Smoky River” painted by Birger Sandzen in 1938. Smoky River was painted close to Linsborg, KS with the style that he was well known for with strong brush strokes…. read more

Post Office – Lindsborg KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

The historic post office in Lindsborg, Kansas was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which was constructed in 1935, contains an example of New Deal artwork and is still in use today.

Post Office Mural – Kingman KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

“In the Days of the Cattlemen’s Picnic” (1942) Medium: fresco: tempera on plaster Jessie S. Wilber, painter

Post Office Mural – Horton KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

“The Horton Post Office was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1989. The two murals on the Walls, “Picnic in Kansas” and “Changing of Horses for the Pony Express” were painted by Colorado artist, Kenneth Evett in… read more

Hoisington Post Office

Post Office – Hoisington KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

The historic post office in Hoisington, Kansas was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which was constructed ca. 1936, houses New Deal artwork inside and is still in use today.

"Arrival of the First Train in Herington - 1885"

Post Office Mural – Herington KS

Date added: August 20, 2012

New Deal mural entitled “Arrival of the First Train in Herington–1885” painted by H. Louis Freund in 1937. Medium: oil on canvas Size: 11′ x 5′