• City Hall Reliefs - Alexander City AL
    Three terra cotta reliefs funded by the Treasury Department's Section of Fine Arts. "Cotton," "Tobacco," and "Wheat" were created by Franc Epping in 1941 and installed in what was then the Alexander City post office at 82 Court Sq. That building has since been turned into a community center, and all three pieces are now in storage in City Hall. There are plans to restore them and install them in the city library.
  • Post Office Bas Relief - Oakmont PA
    The terra cotta relief "Allegheny River" was commissioned by the federal Treasury Section of Fine Arts. The work was created by Franc Epping and installed in the historic Oakmont post office in 1942.