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"Arrival of the Post, 1780"

Post Office Mural – Elkton MD

Date added: December 30, 2014

Alexander Clayton painted “Arrival of the Post, 1780” (oil on canvas) for the Elkton post office with funding from the Treasury Section of Fine Arts. During renovations in the 1970’s, the mural was removed. It was restored but has remained… read more

"Power of Communication"

Post Office Bas Relief – Pocomoke City MD

Date added: December 29, 2014

The carved and painted wood bas relief “Power of Communication,” by Perna Krick, hangs in the lobby of the Pocomoke, Maryland post office. It was funded by the federal Treasury Section of Fine Arts.

War Correspondents Memorial Arch Repairs – Jefferson MD

Date added: June 29, 2014

According to National Park Service photograph records at Antietam National Battlefield, PWA project number FP 420 (probably occurring between 1934 and 1936) was the repair of the War Correspondents Memorial Arch–a national historic monument–at what is now Gathland State Park…. read more

Post Office – Pocomoke City MD

Date added: May 13, 2014

The U.S. Post Office building in Pocomoke City, Maryland, is a U.S. Treasury project from 1937. It is one of the many hundreds of post offices built during the New Deal era that still serve Americans today.

Somerset County Office Building – Princess Anne MD

Date added: May 6, 2014

This building was built by the WPA circa 1938-1939, and was the high school for Princess Anne, Maryland, for many years. Today, the building still serves the public as the Somerset County Office Building.

Post Office – Aberdeen MD

Date added: April 20, 2014

The Aberdeen, Maryland post office was constructed with federal funds. The building, which opened for business in 1937, is still in use today.

Pangborn Park – Hagerstown MD

Date added: April 15, 2014

Pangborn Park was one of 8,000 parks built, repaired, or improved by the WPA. Today, visitors to Pangborn Park can enjoy tennis courts, a horseshoe court, an athletic field, a picnic shelter, a children’s playground, and an artificial pond.

Williamsport Memorial Library – Williamsport MD

Date added: March 31, 2014

The Williamsport Memorial Library was built with the assistance of the WPA in 1936-1937. The library is a memorial to 14 Williamsport High School students who lost their lives in 1935, when the bus they were riding in was hit… read more


Federal Building and Post Office Murals – Salisbury MD

Date added: February 14, 2014

Jacob Getlar Smith painted three oil-on-canvas murals for the Main Street Maude R. Toulson Federal Building and Post Office in 1939:  “Salisbury,” “Stage at Byrd’s Inn” and “Cotton Patch.” From an onsite plaque: “Jacob Getlar Smith was born February 3,… read more

Williamsport Community Building – Williamsport MD

Date added: December 9, 2013

The Williamsport Community Building at Byron Memorial Park, in Williamsport, Maryland, was constructed by WPA workers in 1938. The building is still used today, highlighting once again the enduring value of WPA projects.

Cedarville State Forest – Brandywine MD

Date added: November 14, 2013

The nearly 2,700 acres encompassing what is now Cedarville State Forest was originally purchased as a forest demonstration area by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources in 1930. Located in Charles and Prince George’s County, CCC project S-54 was initiated… read more