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"A Raising in Early New Jersey"

Post Office Mural – Washington NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

This mural  “A Raising in Early New Jersey” by Frank Shapiro was painted with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds.

Post Office – Washington NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

The historic post office in Washington, NJ was built in 1939 with Treasury Department funds. The building, which contains an example of New Deal artwork, is still in service.

Post Office Bas Relief – Pitman NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

The plaster relief “Four Winds,” which is installed in the lobby of the historic Pitman post office, was created by Nathaniel Choate in 1937 with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds.

Post Office – Pitman NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

The historic post office building in Pitman, New Jersey was completed in 1937 with Treasury Department funds.

"Skating on Bonaparte's Pond"

Post Office Mural – Bordentown NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

The mural “Skating on Bonaparte’s Pond,” by Avery Johnson, was painted in 1940 with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds.

Post Office – Bordentown NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

The historic post office building in Bordentown, New Jersey was built in 1939 with federal Treasury Department funds.

Early Traders

Post Office Bas Relief – Penns Grove NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

The bas relief “Early Traders,” by Benjamin Hawkins, was produced for historic Penns Grove in 1942 with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds.

"George Washington with De Witt, Geographer of the Revolutionary Army"

Post Office Murals – New Brunswick NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

The post office contains three murals by George Biddle painted in 1939 with Treasury Section of Fine Arts funds, each depicting a historical scene from the region: “George Washington with De Witt, Geographer of the Revolutionary Army” “Washington Retreating from… read more

Post Office – Hammonton NJ

Date added: July 23, 2013

The historic Hammonton post office was built with Treasury Department funds in 1938. The building, which houses an example of New Deal artwork, is still in service.

Post Office Mural – Gloucester City NJ

Date added: July 19, 2013

Vincent D’Agostino painted the mural entitled “The Perils of the Mail” in 1937 with the help of TRAP funds. The mural was installed in the lobby of the Gloucester City post office and is still visible there today.

Post Office Sculpture – Haddon Heights NJ

Date added: July 19, 2013

With Treasury Relief Arts Program funding, Isamu Noguchi produced this cast stone relief entitled “The Letter” for display at the Haddon Heights post office in 1939. Noguchi is best known for his bas-relief “News” on the exterior of 40 Rockefeller… read more