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Council Grove Kansas Post Office

Post Office – Council Grove KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The post office in Council Grove was completed in 1939 with funds provided by the Treasury Department. It is also the site of Charles B. Rogers’s 1941 mural, “Autumn Colors,” completed with funds provided by the Treasury Department and viewable… read more

Post Office Relief – Columbus KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

This Section of Fine Arts funded terra-cotta relief entitled “R.F.D.” created by Waylande Gregory in 1940 was originally installed in the Columbus post office on South Pennsylvania Ave. It is now in a local community center. The work is an… read more

Post Office – Columbus KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic post office in Columbus, Kansas was constructed in 1937 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which had housed an example of since-relocated New Deal artwork, is still in service.

Post Office Mural – Caldwell KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic Caldwell post office houses an example of New Deal artwork: the tempera mural “Cowboys Driving Cattle,” painted by Kenneth Evett under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Fine Arts in 1941.

Post Office – Caldwell KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

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

"Boy and Colt"

Post Office Scultpure – Burlington KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic post office in Anthony, Kansas houses an example of New Deal artwork: a stone carving entitled “Boy and Cult,” created by Robert Kittredge under the auspices of the Treasury Section of Fine Arts in 1942.

Post Office – Burlington KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic post office in Burlington, Kansas was constructed in 1940-1 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which houses an example of New Deal artwork, is still in use today.

Post Office – Belleville KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic post office building in Belleville, Kansas was constructed with federal Treasury Department funds in 1937-8.

Post Office Mural – Augusta KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic Augusta, Kansas post office houses a New Deal mural: “A Kansas Gusher,” painted by Donald Silks in 1940.

Post Office – Augusta KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic post office in Augusta, Kansas was constructed in 1938 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which houses an example of New Deal artwork, is still in use today.

"Turning a Corner"

Post Office Mural – Anthony KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic Anthony post office houses an example of New Deal artwork: “Turning a Corner,” a mural painted by Joe Jones in 1939 with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funding.

Anthony Kansas Post Office

Post Office – Anthony KS

Date added: August 19, 2012

The historic post office in Anthony, Kansas was constructed in 1937-8 with federal Treasury Department funds. The building, which houses an example of New Deal artwork, is still in use today.

Sunset Zoo – Manhattan KS

Date added: July 27, 2012

“In 1929 the city of Manhattan purchased land called Sunset Cemetery. Part of the land was unusable to bury people in because of too rocky soil. This area then became Sunset Zoo. Until 1934, the Zoo was not chartered as… read more

Mennonite Settler Statue

Mennonite Settler Statue – Newton KS

Date added: July 27, 2012

“The Mennonite Settler is a 17-foot limestone statue in Newton, Kansas, honoring Mennonite farmers and their wheat heritage. The statue was crafted in 1942 by Topeka artist Max Nixon out of native Kansas limestone. It depicts a bearded Mennonite farmer… read more

Lake Afton – Afton KS

Date added: July 27, 2012

“Lake Afton is a 258-acre (104 ha) man-made recreational lake located about 25 miles (40 km) southwest of Wichita, Kansas, U.S.A. It is within the 720-acre (2.9 km2) Lake Afton Park, on land once inhabited by the Kiowa, Comanche, Wichita (tribe), Osage, and… read more